This course attempts to provide a coherent narrative of legal
development in the British North American colonies and the United
States from 1607 to 1976. The approach taken emphasizes the role of... (3 pts.)
From 1999 to 2012, this course offering required an extended
description. In 2013, Edward Snowden changed that.
Our primary goal is to learn what has happened in the relation between
citizens,... (2 pts.)
Course is available only to 1L students.
Three short papers in lieu of final exam.
No writing credit.
What is creative thinking in law? How can we think creatively in law school, thereby doing... (3 pts.)
This course considers the legal issues created by the current explosive global technological change through which all developed societies are passing. We will consider issues of data privacy, secrecy... (2 pts.)