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This seminar will explore emerging theories of lender liability and in particular, those based on breach of contract, fraud, breach of fiduciary liability, interference, negligence and other tort theories.
Surveying the course of U.S. history, from the cases stemming from the Sedition Act during the first Adams administration to those currently arising from the USA PATRIOT ACT during the “Global War on Terror,” this course examines many of the great cases that have determined the limits of free expression during times of national fear and military conflict.
This seminar will examine selected topics in Michigan public sector labor law both in government and public education. There is no prerequisite for the course but having taken either a private or public sector labor law class would be helpful.
This seminar will undertake an in depth exploration of selected ethical issues concerning the professional responsibility of lawyers, as well as examine some ways in which lawyers can utilize their legal skills in working toward the promotion of social justice in our society. Students will be expected to research, write, and present a significant scholarly paper on an appropriate topic.
This seminar will undertake an in-depth exploration of selected topics in Animal Law, with an emphasis on animal rights and animal welfare. Students will be expected to research, write, and present a significant scholarly paper on an appropriate topic.