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244 sec. 001 - Conflict of Laws (Spring 2021)
Instructor: Andrew Bradt (view instructor's teaching evaluations - degree students only | profile)
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Grading Designation: Graded
Mode of Instruction: Remote Instruction
MTu 11:20 AM - 12:35 PM
From January 19, 2021
To May 04, 2021
Course End: May 04, 2021
Class Number: 32256
Enroll Limit: 50
As of: 05/08 05:45 AM
The subject of Conflict of Laws engages the problem of multi-state litigation--that is litigation in which the parties may hail from, or events occur, in different states. Such litigation raises questions, such as: what law is applicable?; where to file suit?; and how to enforce a judgment? As the country and the world grow more interconnected, these problems recur ever more frequently. As a result, this course covers three topics in depth: Choice of Law, Adjudicative Jurisdiction, and Recognition of Judgments. Emphasis is placed on theoretical and practical problems and traditional and modern approaches. While most of the material focuses on conflicts between states of the US, we will also engage with problems of international civil litigation and extraterritorial application of United States law. Ultimately, Conflicts is a challenging course best suited to students who intend to pursue a nationwide civil-litigation practice (indeed, it is essential for such students) or who are intrigued by complicated questions of legal theory, jurisprudence, and federalism.
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- Conflict of Laws, Cases, Comments, and Questions
Herma Kay, David Franklin
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
e-Book Available: Yes
e-Book procurement note: https://www.westacademic.com/Kay-Kramer-Roosevelt-and-Franklins-Conflict-of-Laws-Cases-Comments-and-Questions-10th-9781640207455
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