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U.S. Constitutional Law I (Law 017T) (Fall 2019)
 

Course Description:   An introduction to constitutional interpretation and to the structural provisions of the constitution.
Semester:   Fall 2019
Credits:   4
Meeting Times:   Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30-5:20 pm
Meeting Room:   TBA
Office Hours:   Please check the Office Hours page. You may also contact me by e-mail to request an appointment.
Ground Rules:   Mandatory: Please make sure you are familiar with the Ground Rules and any others I mention in class. Read them before the first class.
Other Information:   For other information, including required and optional materials, assignments, and grading, see the Syllabus page.

 

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Property (D2) (Law 014D2) (Fall 2019)
 
Course Description:   The course is an introduction to the basic concepts of property law, focusing on the role of possession in allocating the various rights and responsibilities connected with real property. It deals with a variety of specifc topics, including possession and ownership of land, adverse possession, the sale of land, trespass, concurrent interests, landlord and tenant, and eminent domain. It aims to give students skills in legal analysis and argumentation; an introduction to statutory analysis; and an understanding of the relationship between law and social policy.
Semester:   Fall 2019
Credits:   4
Meeting Times:   Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 11:00 am - 12:20 pm.
Meeting Room:   TBA
Office Hours:   Please check the Office Hours page. You may also contact me by e-mail to request an appointment.
Ground Rules:   Mandatory: Please make sure you are familiar with the Ground Rules and any others I mention in class. Read them before the first class.
Other Information:   For other information, including required and optional materials, assignments, and grading, see the Syllabus page.

 

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