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LAWW V. Entertainment Law. Examines the legal principles and relationships of the entertainment industry, with a primary emphasis on the music industry; provides an introduction to the practice of entertainment law and the negotiation of entertainment contracts; highlights a variety of legal and practical issues that arise when representing clients in the entertainment industry. Typically offered: Irregular. LAWW An introduction to the special problems posed by the legal analysis and the expression of the of that process.

The primary emphasis will be on basic legal analysis techniques, basic legal writing skills, and proper citation form. Summer sexual Light Arkansas will complete a series of writing asments. Typically offered: Fall. Formation and enforcement by litigation and commercial arbitration of commercial and family agreements. Mutual assent or consideration; third-party beneficiaries; asments; t obligation; performance; anticipatory breach; discharge of contractual duties; and the Statute of Frauds. This course deals with the creation and transfer of rights over property.

The primary emphasis will be on entitlements in land. Subject to variations among professors, topics will include the rights of landowners to exclude others, estates in land, co-ownership, landlord-tenant law, real estate and personal property transactions, and servitudes. Upper Level Writing. Second year students must take at least one 2 or 3-hour course in upper level research and writing which has been certified by the faculty as an Upper Level Writing course.

The course, which is constructed around a special topic or specific area Summer sexual Light Arkansas the law, focuses on writing or drafting. Typically offered: Fall, Spring and Summer May be repeated for up to 10 hours of degree credit.

Criminal Law. Deals with the questions of what conduct society punishes through a criminal code and of the appropriate punishment for the forbidden conduct. In this context the course includes an analysis of the theories of punishment, the definitions of various crimes, the defenses available to one charged with criminal conduct, and the limitations placed by the Constitution on governmental power in the criminal law area. Throughout the course, special emphasis is placed on the legislature's role in creating statutes alongside the judiciary's corresponding role in interpreting those statutes.

Civil Procedure. Study of the process of civil litigation from preliminary matters such as court selection and jurisdiction, through der of parties and discovery techniques, to disposition of cases and finality of judgments. Some attempt is made to cover the antecedents of modern procedure; where appropriate, suggestions for reform are developed in class discussion. Emphasis is on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. An introduction to persuasive writing techniques and intermediate computer research. Student will write a full appellate brief and deliver an oral argument.

Prerequisite: LAWW Typically offered: Spring. The course explores various forms of gender-based violence in public and private spheres and the relationship between this violence and discourse on human rights in both the legal and policy arenas. Also considers additional solutions to the prevention of sexual violence including the economic empowerment of women, the education of girls, and others.

Meets the Upper Level Writing Requirement. An introduction to basic principles of liability for harm to persons and property. The course analyzes various of tortious conduct, defenses and immunities, damages, and underlying principles and policies justifying liability.

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Criminal Procedure: Investigations. Generally this course focuses on: 1 criminal investigation practices, more precisely, contacts between the police and persons suspected or accused of crime, at the time of or shortly before and after arrest; 2 the federal constitutional rights of suspects in their contacts with the police or, stated another way, the federal constitutional restrictions or lack of restrictions on the police, based on the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 14th amendments; 3 the exclusionary rule, which limits the admissibility of evidence obtained by the police from suspects in violation of their federal constitutional rights; and 4 United States Supreme Court jurisprudence.

Upper Level Writing - Business Drafting. ULW-Business Drafting is an advanced writing course that takes students through a of writing asments. It is geared at teaching students to produce prescriptive writing, as oppose to predicting how the law would apply or persuading a reader about how the law should apply.

This class therefore requires students to use information that they have gained in other classes, notably Business Organizations, and use it in drafting appropriate documents ranging from organizational forms, to documents describing how a business is to be operated, to commercial contracts.

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Students will also work on professionally communicating with various constituents such as clients and other attorneys about the contents of and rationale behind drafting choices in these documents. This course will analyze the role of police discretion in the criminal justice system particularly in the context of traffic stops, interrogations, and suppression hearings. Although there are no prerequisites, students have ideally already taken Criminal Procedure and Criminal Procedure II.

This course critically examines criminal law and procedure cases currently pending before the Supreme Court. Students will construct hypothetical Supreme Court, argue selected cases, take a vote, and then produce an actual series of judicial opinions, and make an appellate argument. Business Organizations. This is an introductory, survey course focusing primarily on the law applicable to closely held businesses, including agency rules and the law applicable to general and limited partnerships, LLPs and LLLPs, limited liability companies, and corporations.

Study of basic ing principles and their importance to attorneys engaged in business related activities. Topics covered include the fundamental ing equation, the nature of accrual ing, understanding financial statements, and ing for assets and liabilities.

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Also a review of basic principles associated with financial statement analysis and valuation principles, including the time value of money. Intended for students with little or no business training, and may not be taken for credit by students who have ly earned 3 or more Summer sexual Light Arkansas of undergraduate or graduate credit in ing courses.

Mastering Legal Analysis. In this course students will revisit and expand upon the core principles of legal analysis. This course will be based on an active-learning model with a focus on practicing legal analysis under time-pressured conditions. The professor will provide extensive individualized feedback on exercises.

The materials for this course will largely be drawn from the written portions of the bar exam both Arkansas and UBE. Special Topics. Included under this heading will be a variety of variable credit law courses taught by law faculty on topics that are not included elsewhere in the curriculum. Typically offered: Irregular May be repeated for up to 18 hours of degree credit. Professional Responsibility. Role of the lawyer as counselor, advocate, and public servant; obligation to society of the individual lawyer and the profession as a whole; ethical problems of the profession; representation of the unpopular cause and the desirable client, lawyers' obligation to law reform; lawyer and the press; the lawyer in public service; the aspects of law office management.

Covers equity jurisdiction and powers of courts of equity, injunctions, including adequacy of legal remedies, balancing of equities, interests protected, and defensesdamages compensatory, exemplary, and nominal damages; direct and consequential damages; mitigation; special application in contract and tort actions and restitution relief afforded by the judicial process, to prevent unjust retention of benefits. Basic Title Examination.

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Basic Title Examination is a course deed to teach students how to examine abstracts of title and other compilations of public real estate records to determine ownership and marketability of surface title. The course utilizes the theoretical understanding gained from traditional substantive law courses including Property and Decedents? Estates but teaches applied practical skills not usually taught in those courses. Oil and Gas Title Examination. Oil and Gas Title Examination is a course deed to teach students who have successfully completed Basic Title Examination how to use abstracts of title and other compilations of public real estate records to determine ownership and marketability of minerals, including oil and gas, and oil and gas leasehold, royalty, overriding royalty and other similar interests.

The course utilizes the theoretical understanding gained from traditional real property and oil and gas law courses, but teach practical skills not currently taught in the usual classroom Summer sexual Light Arkansas. Energy law governs the life cycle of energy resources, from resource development and generation of electricity to the end use in homes, businesses, and cars.

In this growing area of practice, energy lawyers represent energy companies, public utilities, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. The course provides a survey of how different sources of energy - hydropower, oil and natural gas, coal, nuclear energy, and renewables - are regulated.

Through this survey, we will consider important policy issues such as public utility regulation and the role of markets; the federal-state balance; and environmental impacts and the future of clean energy. Devoted primarily to the problems generated by family relationships. There is a large section on formation and dissolution of marriage.

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Substantial time is also given to paternity and legitimacy, obligations toward and of children, custody, adoption, guardianship, general property law as it is affected by family relationships, and divorce and custody in the federal system focusing primarily on enforceability of decrees in one state by courts sitting in another state. First Amendment. An intensive examination of the legal issues arising under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, with an emphasis on basic free speech doctrines and the dilemmas posed by interplay between the free exercise and establishment clauses.

Students in this course will learn how to protect and enforce the creditors' rights through litigation by drafting demand letters, petitions, motions, settlement agreement, proposed judgments, and other filings before and after bankruptcy. Students will simulate the representation of a creditor with a defaulted loan and will be expected to enforce the applicable instruments within the Model Rules of Professional Conduct as well as the strictures of the Bankruptcy Code.

Through the simulated filings and oral arguments, students will be introduced to enforcement and bankruptcy concepts and will be better prepared to practice in the creditors' rights realm. Typically offered: Fall and Spring. Summer sexual Light Arkansas Study Abroad. Open to law students studying abroad in officially sanctioned programs.

Constitutional Law. An introduction to the basic principles of constitutional law and to current constitutional doctrines and problems. The primary focus will be on the structure of the federal system and on the rights of individuals under the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments. Lecture series by experienced and prominent Arkansas trial attorneys, lecturing on case evaluation, jury instructions, witness preparation, scheduling orders, courtroom civility, voir dire, opening statement, direct and cross-examination, objections, and closing arguments.

Real Estate Transactions. Focuses on real estate transfer, real estate finance and real estate development. Issues relating to the sale of land and conveyances of real property, mortgages and the planning, financing, constructing and marketing of modern real estate developments are treated. Administrative Law. Course is constructed around Federal materials, but with some state references.

Considers the origin and constitutional basis for the administrative process; executive and legislative controls with particular emphasis upon the judicial "control" of the administrative process delegations, procedural and substantive due process, judicial assistance and enforcement and review of administrative decisions.

Disability Law. This study of U. Banking Law. This class is deed to provide students with a detailed overview of banking law. Subjects we will cover include the history of banking regulation, the business of banking, banking regulation, bank assets, consumer lending, bank liabilities and capital, supervision, expansion and mergers, trust and fiduciary standards, capital markets, derivatives, and international banking.

Deposition Practice. The focus of this class is to teach how to take, defend and use depositions in civil cases. Additionally, the State and Federal cases applicable to depositions will be discussed and reviewed. Discussion on the practicality of a deposition such as the timing, scheduling and expenses in depositions. Students will observe parts of several video depositions followed by a discussion. Business Lawyering Skills. Provides practical skills instruction through exercises that simulate business client interviews, negotiations, mediation, and arbitration.

Multiple written projects are also involved. International Commercial Arbitration. This course will survey the history, purposes, and processes Summer sexual Light Arkansas international commercial arbitration. Law and Economics.

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Law and Economics examines legal and policy issues by critically analyzing whether legal rules provide the greatest good to the greatest of people. The class offers an introduction to basic economic principles, while providing a useful review of many core law school and bar exam subjects. Cyber Crime. This course examines the law governing computer crime and the limits on law enforcement surveillance.

We consider substantive crimes such as hacking, identity theft, economic espionage, and online threats before we examine the Fourth Amendment, the Wiretap Act, and other limits on law enforcement. International and Domestic Sales and Leasing. Payment Systems. This course summarizes and explains the fundamental law applicable to a broad variety of current payment systems. Coverage includes issues of liability, transfer, holder in due course status, and check collection applicable to negotiable instruments checks, notes, drafts governed by UCC Articles 3 and 4, as well as letters of credit and documents of title governed by UCC Articles 5 and 7.

The course further examines the rights, obligations, and federal protection applicable to credit and debit cards.

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Finally, it addresses recent legal developments in regard to a variety of electronic fund transfers, prepaid cards and digital currencies. Health Policy. The focus will be on policy issues facing the American health care system. We will discuss health policy, policy making, and the law.

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