Note: As a tutorial seminar, this offering meets 2 hours per week, but is worth 3 points of credit. (The additional point of credit reflects the instructor's certification that the course assignments require student engagement and responsibilities beyond that found in a 2-hour course.)
In this seminar, students will develop an original research project and, at each class meeting, offer feedback on each other's proposals and drafts.The papers and our discussions will focus on selected topics in the law of remedies, ranging from theories of damages and equitable relief to new problems arising in class actions and aggregate litigation. The emphasis will be on private law tort, property, and statutory remedies.
Enrollment is by permission of the instructor. Given the collaborative structure of the course, enrollment will be very limited. Applications will be accepted starting in December. More details about how to apply will be posted then.