LAW 699: Topic

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1.00 credits
Section 02: Law Lecture
Class: #15325

Sat, Sep 28, 2019 - Sat, Sep 28, 2019

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Class meeting Friday, Sept 27, Saturday, Sept 28 and Friday Oct 4th Presenting contract law from the perspective of the European Union. The mini-course will present an overview of the German and European Union's legal systems. It will then discuss international contract law as it is understood in Europe including private contract law and conflicts of laws. Prerequisites: Law 540,541

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Topic: International Contract Law -EU

1.00 credits
Section 02: Law Lecture
Location: Law School 207

Class: #15325

Fri, Sep 27, 2019 - Fri, Oct 4, 2019

Status: 

Class meeting Friday, Sept 27, Saturday, Sept 28 and Friday Oct 4th Presenting contract law from the perspective of the European Union. The mini-course will present an overview of the German and European Union's legal systems. It will then discuss international contract law as it is understood in Europe including private contract law and conflicts of laws. Prerequisites: Law 540,541

Course information

1.00 credits
Section 02: Law Lecture
Class: #15325

Fri, Sep 27, 2019 - Fri, Oct 4, 2019

Status: 

Class meeting Friday, Sept 27, Saturday, Sept 28 and Friday Oct 4th Presenting contract law from the perspective of the European Union. The mini-course will present an overview of the German and European Union's legal systems. It will then discuss international contract law as it is understood in Europe including private contract law and conflicts of laws. Prerequisites: Law 540,541

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Topic: Race, Women's Rights,Gender ID

2.00 credits
Section 01: Law Lecture
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Location: Law School 207

Class: #13212

Mon, Aug 19, 2019 - Mon, Dec 2, 2019

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A study of the intersection of law and politics as they pertain to race, women's rights, and gender identity. The course will focus on how implicit and explicit bias and the invisible hand of privilege continue to oppress large segments of society, and will consider strategies which might lead to a more open and just society.

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