Professors will also clarify course requirements at the beginning of the semester.
For more information concerning the upper-level writing requirement, please see Academic Rule XII. [Catalog 201, 261]Advanced Criminal Procedure: Anatomy of a Homicide (3 hrs.) - PW, EL, TP This practical seminar in advanced criminal procedure will immerse students in the facts of a First Degree Pre-Meditated Murder.
Advanced Issues in Corporate Law - Corporations and Human Rights (2 hrs., Rome) Throughout the world, corporations play increasingly important roles with respect to human rights.
The manner in which corporations deal with natural resources, supply chains, the environment, and a host of other issues, as well as the ways in which corporations interact with international, national, regional and local authorities, can profoundly impact human rights.
Successful completion of the appellate brief in this course fulfills one half of the upper-level writing requirement.
This is a survey course that introduces students to major legal issues relating to visual art.
Students will be expected to make themselves available for the entirety of one business day to attend court proceedings in the trial of a homicide.
Prerequisite: Criminal Procedure: Investigative Process. Recommended that students have completed, or are concurrently taking, Criminal Procedure: Post Investigative Process.
The major areas to be covered include the nature and creation of agency relationships, the rights and duties of the principal and agent, the principals's potential contractual and vicarious liability for its agent's dealings with third parties and the termination of the agency relationship. [Catalog 519] This course focuses on general analyses of the Alternative (to litigation) Dispute Resolution's three processes: negotiation, mediation and arbitration.
The second part of the course focuses primarily on general partnerships, and then limited partnerships. It is designed to introduce students to both theoretical knowledge and the processes and skills they need to practice in these areas. [Catalog 629]This course surveys the law governing Indian tribes and their members.