Law 520:

Introduction to U.S. Legal System (2.0 units)

The basic structure of government in the U.S., including the constitutionally mandated division of power in the federal government and the federal system of power sharing between state and federal systems. A comparative perspective on selected substantive and procedural matters, such as common law reasoning, jury trials, adversary process, and various aspects of civil procedure. Open to incoming LL.M. students only.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Law
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
04008R968Lecture2:00-3:50pmFriday186 of 214John HeilmanSGM124session dates
04009R968Lecture12:00-1:50pmWednesday81 of 133Nicole WebsterGFS106session datesbook list
04023R968Lecture12:00-1:50pmMonday111 of 147Nicole WebsterLAW3session datesbook list
04207D529Lecture7:00-8:50pmTuesday25 of 35Ronald GibsonLAW2session datesbook list
04237D529Lecture12:00-1:50pmMonday4 of 5Nicole WebsterLAW3session dates
04238D529Lecture2:00-3:50pmFriday
6 of 6
John HeilmanSGM124session dates
04265D529Lecture12:00-1:50pmWednesday9 of 10Nicole Webster,
Dave Dinh,
Leonard Wilson,
Mira Dalpe,Thomas C Callahan,
Alex Marasovich,
Rachel Mendoza,
John Lee,
Michael Earnhart
GFS106session dates
04290D529Lecture12:00-1:50pmMonday
2 of 2
Nicole WebsterLAW3session dates
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