3000 Series

International Taxation (3590)

A study of the U.S. Federal Income Tax as it applies to certain international transactions. 

International Trade and the North American Free Trade Agreement (3520)

This course examines the global trade rules of the World Trade Organization and contrasts them with the NAFTA regional trade agreement among the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Jurisprudence (3270)

This course examines some of the major problems in legal philosophy. 

Juvenile Justice (3350)

A study of the juvenile justice system, including roles of law enforcement, schools, courts and social agencies, with emphasis on the juvenile court law and procedure. 

Law of the Internet (3230)

A survey course intended to introduce students to the legal issues surrounding the Internet. 

Local Government Law (3460)

A study of the basic principles of law applicable to counties, cities, special districts and other forms of local government.

Medical Malpractice (3390)

This course explores the principles of the medical profession's relationship with patients, including the basic principles of relevant tort law, such as duty (standard of care), breach of duty, causation, and damages.

Michigan Bar Exam Essay Strategies (3212)

This pilot course provides third year law students with a "head start" in preparing for the essay portion of the Michigan bar examination.

Multistate Bar Exam Strategies (3213)

This pilot course provides third year law students with a "head start" in preparing for the Multistate Bar Examination.

Oil and Gas Law (3490)

This course focuses on the nature of interests in oil and gas deposits, an analysis of leases and other voluntary devices for conveying or unitizing mineral interests, and the regulatory aspects of production.

Patent Law (3500)

A study of the basic legal mechanisms of patent law for encouraging and protecting inventions with emphasis on substantive patent law...

Real Estate Transactions (3610)

Real Estate Transactions covers the elements of the real estate transaction using a lecture and problem oriented approach. 

Remedies (3670)

Remedies involves the study of the rules for legal and equitable remedies in civil litigation and the practical application of those rules to specific injuries to persons...

Trademarks and Unfair Competition Law (3800)

This course focuses mainly on the federal statute (the Lanham Act) and the attendant case law on trademarks, unfair competition, trademark dilution, and trademarks on the Internet. 

Trial Practice (3770)

This course is designed to instruct the student on how to perceive trial issues and to develop litigation skills and an understanding of the trial process.