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  • Torts | The University of Alabama School of Law
    course analyzes various categories of tortious conduct defenses and immunities damages and underlying principles and policies justifying liability Fall 2010 Section 002 Professor John Shahar Dillbary Syllabus Download Fall 2010 Section Professor Susan Lyons Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 003 Professor Alan Durham Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 001 Professor John Shahar Dillbary Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 002 Professor Susan Lyons Syllabus Download Summer 2012 Section 050 Professor Susan

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/10 (2016-02-12)
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  • Criminal Law | The University of Alabama School of Law
    criminal law its origin and its sources the elements of crime and modifying circumstances and defenses Also discussed are offenses against the person and property those offenses involving specific intent and public welfare offenses Fall 2010 Section 001 Professor Joseph Colquitt Syllabus Download Fall 2010 Section 002 Syllabus Download Fall 2010 Section 003 Professor Pamela Bucy Pierson Fall 2015 Section 001 Professor Jenny Carroll Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 001

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/5 (2016-02-12)
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  • Civil Procedure | The University of Alabama School of Law
    choosing litigation over self help private settlement or arbitration to identifying and choosing among available forums and to acquiring jurisdiction over parties 2 the pleading stage including familiarization with the procedures and devices relating to commencement of an action service of process and motion practice before trial 3 the discovery stage encompassing familiarization with the procedures and devices available to the parties to inform themselves fully of the evidence and sources of evidence relevant to the lawsuit 4 the trial stage including familiarization with the pre trial conference the steps of the trial process from voir dire through the entry of judgment and the motions available at and after trial and 5 the appeal stage including an examination of the concept of appealability a survey of alternative means of review and an introduction to the rules on appeal Fall 2010 Section 001 Professor Carol Rice Andrews Syllabus Download Fall 2015 Section 002 Professor Carol Rice Andrews Syllabus Download Fall 2010 Section Syllabus Download Summer 2011 Section 050 Professor Carol Rice Andrews Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 001 Professor Carol Rice Andrews Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 002 Professor Heather Elliott Syllabus Download Fall 2015 Section 003 Professor Heather Elliott Syllabus

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/1 (2016-02-12)
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  • Legal Research/Writing I | The University of Alabama School of Law
    to the conventions of the legal profession They learn how to write legal analysis while preparing two drafts of a legal memorandum for which no research is required Simultaneously students learn how to research legal problems by touring the library and completing research exercises Finally students apply what they have learned by interviewing a client performing research on the client s legal problem and drafting a legal memorandum concerning the matter Fall 2015 Section 5 6 Professor Anita Kay Head Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 007 Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 008 Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 003 Professor Mary Ksobiech Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section 004 Professor Mary Ksobiech Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section Professor Kimberly Boone Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section Professor Gary Sullivan Syllabus Download Fall 2011 Section Professor Robert Marshall Syllabus Download Fall 2012 Section 5 6 Professor Anita Kay Head Syllabus Download Fall 2012 Section 003 Professor Mary Ksobiech Syllabus Download Fall 2012 Section 7 8 Professor Cameron Fogle Syllabus Download Fall 2012 Section 1 2 Professor Kimberly Boone Syllabus Download Fall 2012 Section 004 Professor Gary Sullivan Syllabus Download Fall 2013 Section 3 4 Professor Mary Ksobiech Syllabus Download Fall 2013 Section 5 6

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/8 (2016-02-12)
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  • Contracts II | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Law Clinics International Programs Academic Policies Externships Contracts II LAW 605 3 Hours See Law 600 Contracts I for course description Spring 2011 Section 001 Syllabus Download Spring 2011 Section 003 Professor Grace Lee Syllabus Download Spring 2011 Section 002 Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 003 Professor Grace Lee Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 001 Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 002 Syllabus Download Spring 2013 Section 003 Syllabus Download Spring

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/4 (2016-02-12)
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  • Property | The University of Alabama School of Law
    JD PhD in Economics International LLM Application Procedure FAQs Tax LLM Application Tax LLM Faculty Class Listings Introduction All Courses Required Courses Treks Overview Law Clinics International Programs Academic Policies Externships Property LAW 601 4 Hours This course is designed to examine the judicial statutory and administrative regulation of interest in land and land use Basic real property concepts are discussed in detail and the creation and utilization of private grants are emphasized Students are introduced to fundamental areas of real property law such as the estate system landlord and tenant rights in land and planning and zoning controls utilized by the state to control and restrict land use Spring 2011 Section 001 Professor William S Brewbaker III Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 002 Professor Meredith Render Syllabus Download Spring 2011 Section 003 Professor Fredrick Vars Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 003 Professor Fredrick Vars Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 001 Professor William S Brewbaker III Syllabus Download Spring 2013 Section 001 Professor Meredith Render Syllabus Download Spring 2013 Section 002 Professor William S Brewbaker III Syllabus Download Spring 2014 Section 002 Professor Fredrick Vars Syllabus Download Spring 2014 Section 001 Professor Meredith Render Syllabus Download Spring 2015 Section 001

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/186 (2016-02-12)
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  • Constitutional Law | The University of Alabama School of Law
    in Economics International LLM Application Procedure FAQs Tax LLM Application Tax LLM Faculty Class Listings Introduction All Courses Required Courses Treks Overview Law Clinics International Programs Academic Policies Externships Constitutional Law LAW 609 4 Hours The problem of interpretation and enforcement of the written Constitution of the United States and the nature of judicial supremacy are analyzed in their historical and modern contexts The three branches of government and their interrelationships are considered together with the nature of the federal system The nature sources interpretations and scope of the federal powers are considered with special attention given to the commerce power The Bill of Rights and the 13th 14th and 15th Amendments to the U S Constitution are especially considered Spring 2011 Section 003 Professor Ronald Krotoszynski Syllabus Download Spring 2011 Section 002 Professor Bryan Fair Syllabus Download Spring 2011 Section 001 Professor Paul Horwitz Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 003 Professor Bryan Fair Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 001 Professor Paul Horwitz Syllabus Download Spring 2013 Section 001 Professor Paul Horwitz Syllabus Download Spring 2013 Section 002 Professor Ronald Krotoszynski Syllabus Download Spring 2013 Section 003 Professor Bryan Fair Syllabus Download Spring 2014 Section 002 Professor Ronald Krotoszynski Syllabus

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/2 (2016-02-12)
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  • Evidence | The University of Alabama School of Law
    Tax LLM JD MA JD PhD Application JD PhD in Economics International LLM Application Procedure FAQs Tax LLM Application Tax LLM Faculty Class Listings Introduction All Courses Required Courses Treks Overview Law Clinics International Programs Academic Policies Externships Evidence LAW 642 3 Hours This course introduces students to the traditions principles policies concepts sources of law and professional and unprofessional attitudes that form the heart of an attorney s life in the courtroom Students will become familiar with Alabama and federal rules of evidence both as present law and as examples of the rules forming the contemporary American law of evidence Among the topics examined are relevance hearsay procedures for admitting and excluding evidence the calling competence and impeachment of witnesses opinions and expert testimony authentication of writings and identification of things the original writing rule and evidentiary privileges Spring 2011 Section 001 Professor Montré D Carodine Syllabus Download Spring 2011 Section 003 Professor Michael S Pardo Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 003 Professor Michael S Pardo Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 001 Professor Montré D Carodine Syllabus Download Spring 2012 Section 002 Professor Steve Emens Syllabus Download Spring 2013 Section 001 Professor Michael S Pardo Syllabus Download Spring 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/courseguide/courses/view/6 (2016-02-12)
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