Foundations in US Common Law (LL.M.)

Law 615






The course introduces LL.M. students to the U.S. judicial system, the structure of the U.S. government, civil procedure, and common law analytic techniques. The course focuses on a selection of cases in the substantive areas of property and torts. Students holding law degrees from countries with predominately common law traditions may be exempted from this requirement upon the determination of the Faculty LL.M. Director.

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