2000 Series

Business Organizations (2010)

This course provides the student with an introduction to relevant concepts in the selection of form of business enterprise. 

Canadian & U.S. Business Organizations (2160)

This course provides the student with an introduction to relevant concepts in the selection of form of business enterprise.

Canadian & U.S. Evidence (2230)

The law of evidence in trials; judicial notice; demonstrative evidence; testimonial evidence...

Canadian & U.S. Professional Responsibility (2480)

This Comparative Professional Responsibility course deals broadly with the law of lawyering in the United States and Canada. It focuses, primarily, on the principle Canadian and U.S. Codes and Rules of Professional Conduct.

Canadian & U.S. Torts (2120)

Torts is the study of civil legal wrongs (other than those based on contract).

Construction Law (2450)

As one of the largest sectors of the United States economy, the construction industry generates a significant amount of legal work. 

Corporate and Partnership Tax (2530)

This course builds on the Basic Federal Tax Course by introducing students to the fundamentals of business income taxation. 

Criminal Procedure (2100)

This course explores the United States Supreme Court's jurisprudence concerning the rights of criminal defendants under the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 14th Amendments.

Criminal Sentencing (2310)

This course examines the law of sentencing from both a practical and theoretical perspective.

Estates and Trusts (2130)

A study of the descent and distribution of intestate estates.

European Community Law (2150)

The European Union is unique in international law, and it is interesting to see how this hybrid international organization is built.

Evidence (2220)

The law of evidence in both criminal and civil trials including the following subjects...

Family Law (2240)

State regulation of the relationships between spouses, parents and children, and unmarried cohabitants. 

First Amendment (2070)

An examination of the rights of free expression guaranteed by the First Amendment.

Health Law (2250)

A study of current issues in the rapidly developing field of health law.