Professor Schnably’s Courses
 

 

Constitutional Law I(C) (Law 017C) (Spring 2014)
 

Course Description:   An introduction to constitutional interpretation and to the structural provisions of the constitution.
Semester:   Spring 2014
Credits:   4
Meeting Times:   Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11:00 am - 12:20 pm
Meeting Room:   Room E352
Office Hours:   Please check the Office Hours page. You may also contact me by e-mail to request an appointment.
Ground Rules:   You must read the Ground Rules before the first class. After reading the Ground Rules, please click here to send an acknowledgment that you have read the Ground Rules. Each person in the class must do so by 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 15.
Dean’s Fellow:   Samantha Moussa
E-mail: moussasamantha@gmail.com
Sessions: The schedule for Dean’s Fellow Study Groups is available through the Dean’s Fellow Study Groups page.
Casebook / Other Materials:   See the Syllabus.
Assignments:   See the Syllabus.
Final Exam:   The exam will be open-book. You may have any written materials with you that you wish. Past exams and an optional practice exam are available through the Syllabus.

 

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Property (Law 014)
 
Course Description:   Property is a fascinating subject that will help you learn basic legal concepts and methods of analysis. The wide variety of topics covered makes it especially interesting. Parts of it are conceptual and theoretical. Parts of it relate to everyday problems like landlord-tenant law or the sale of property. You’ll learn a range of skills -- reading cases, applying statutes, and solving problems.
Semester:   TBA
Credits:   4
Meeting Times:   TBA
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:   TBA
Dean’s Fellow:   TBA
Casebook / Other Materials:   TBA
Assignments:   TBA
Practice Exam:   TBA
Final Exam:   TBA
Final Grade:   TBA

 

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International Human Rights Law (Law 311A)
 

Course Description:   This course will examine international human rights agreements, international and regional human rights courts and tribunals, and international human rights organizations and bodies, both governmental and non-governmental. It will also cover issues relating to the nature of human rights (e.g., civil and political rights, economic and social rights, individual and collective rights). In addition, it will examine the role of international human rights law in domestic law.
Semester:   TBA
Credits:   3
Meeting Times:   TBA
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:   TBA
Casebook / Other Materials:   TBA
Assignments:   TBA
Practice Exam:   TBA
Final Exam:   TBA
Final Grade:   TBA

 

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