Law 405






This highly practical course is designed to teach students how to make wise strategic choices so that they can use the law effectively to represent their clients. What remedies to seek and how to frame the issues most effectively are recurrent themes of the course.  The course will cover three areas. The first includes the methods for claiming and calculating damages. The second consists of equity and equitable remedies such as injunctions, preliminary injunctions, and constructive trusts. The third is restitution, as well as the unjust enrichment action underlying that remedy.

All courses involving civil substantive law, such as torts, contracts, property, and IP.


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