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2021 Fall Online Classes

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2021 Fall Online Classes

Term 1

CLI9412.E1/Semester In Practice Class

 


8/30/2021 - 12/10/2021
Location: Online program only.

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Semester

2021 Fall Online T1

LIT7210.E1/Evidence

Considers the rules governing the admissibility of testimonial, physical, documentary, and demonstrative evidence in trials and other formal legal proceedings. Topics considered include relevance, prejudice, competency, hearsay, opinion, impeachment, and privilege.

8/30/2021 - 12/20/2021
Location: Online only

Professor(s)

Semester

2021 Fall Online T1

PUB7500.E1/First Amendment Law

Covers the core issues of First Amendment law: free speech, free press, free exercise of religion, the establishment clause, and freedom of association.

8/30/2021 - 12/10/2021
Location: Online Only

Professor(s)

Jared Carter

Semester

2021 Fall Online T1

RES7355.E1/Advanced Legal Research Practice

Students will conduct practice area specific research in the following areas: client background and development; litigation preparation; business and industry trends; and federal and state legislative and regulatory history. Students will evaluate online legal research databases and make recommendations for use in their selected practice area and jurisdiction.

Professor(s)

Semester

2021 Fall Online T1

WRI7352.E1/Bar Exam Skills and Tactics

Skills-development course designed to provide students with the analytical, test-taking, writing, and study skills that are critical to students' success on the bar exam and in the practice of law. The course consists of an intensive substantive and analytical review of major multi-state bar exam subjects and of numerous writing and practice assignments.

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Semester

2021 Fall Online T1

Term 2

RSJ7120.E1/Origins, Evolution & Critical Issuein Restorative Justice

This course covers the evolving definitions and history of restorative justice and related regulatory and relational practices and approaches. Faculty and students will consider the ways concepts and debates in restorative justice are evolving and being used to tackle some of society’s most challenging problems.

Professor(s)

Erika Sasson

Semester

2021 Fall Online T2

RSJ7120.E2/Origins, Evolutoin & Critical Issuein Restorative Justice

This course covers the evolving definitions and history of restorative justice and related regulatory and relational practices and approaches. Faculty and students will consider the ways concepts and debates in restorative justice are evolving and being used to tackle some of society’s most challenging problems.

Professor(s)

John Miller

Semester

2021 Fall Online T2

RSJ7210.E1/Adversity Trauma Victimization

This course will explore the legal, historical, cultural, and psychological frameworks underlying victim rights law, as well as best practices for effective victim/survivor engagement across the American criminal justice system.

Topics will include:

1) the history of victim rights and victim/survivor services in the United States, to include the violence against women and/or Mothers Against Drunk Driving movements, the array of state responses (funding, agency-based direct service, correctional/institutional, etc.);

Professor(s)

Cara Cookson

Semester

2021 Fall Online T2
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