Salient 3 communications liquidating trust
(Examination) (Pierce, Saltzburg-Skills/E) Advanced issues of evidence law, including Jury decision making, eyewitness identi- fication, predictions of future dangerousness, polygraph evidence, hypnotically refreshed testimony, recovered memory, syndrome and profile evidence, and complex issues of evidentiary privilege.
Prerequisite: Law 6230 or with permission of the instructor.
Rules of Professional Conduct and legal discipline; roles of bar associations and courts in regulating lawyer conduct.
Credit may not be earned for both Law 6218 and Law 6343.
Examination of the rules and statutes that govern the process by which substantive rights and duties are enforced in our federal and state courts. constitutional law, with a focus on governmental powers and the role of the Supreme Court in interpreting and enforcing constitutional norms. The case and controversy require- ment and other limitations on constitutional adjudication.
(Examination) This course introduces students to the modern legislative and administrative state and is designed to build students’ skills in working with statutes, regulations, and other similar sources of law.
The course also examines the roles of legislatures, agencies, and courts in interpreting and applying such sources of law.
(Examination) Liability for harm to person or property.
Intentional torts, negligence, nuisance, products liability, defamation, and invasion of privacy; fault and other bases for shifting losses; causation; damages; effects of liability insurance; problems under Federal Tort Claims Act. Real property: historical background of the law of estates and conveyancing, types of estates, dower and curtesy, landlord and tenant relationship, concurrent estates, future interest at common law and after the Statute of Uses; introduction to modern conveyancing—the real estate contract, the deed, the recording system, methods of title assurance.