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The course includes some economic analysis, but a background in economics is not necessary.
The relevant concepts are developed throughout the course.
Throughout the semester, students will acquire the tools necessary for both prosecutors and defense lawyers to properly investigate, prepare and bring to trial a serious and complex criminal case. Rather, students will be expected to conduct original research and draft three motions during the course of the semester.Specific topics to be covered include the definition of agency, and the creation of the agency relationship; capacity of persons and the nondelegable acts; ambiguous agencies; vicarious knowledge and notice (the imputed knowledge rule); vicarious tort liability (the doctrine of respondeat superior); vicarious contractual liability (actual and apparent authority); undisclosed and partially disclosed principals; ratification; rights and liabilities between the principal and the agent; rights and liabilities between the agent and third parties; and termination of the agency relationship. [Catalog 302] Agency and Partnership (2 hrs.) The first part of this course examines agency law.Agency law is tested on the Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia and many other state bar examinations. Agency law addresses the general circumstances by which one natural or legal person (the agent) may take action on behalf of, and with significant legal consequences for, another (the principle), and the regulation of the relationship between the principle and the agent.The purpose, formation, operation and termination of partnerships will be examined. The course also focuses on ethical issues and legal analysis relevant to the ADR methods. Topics include the history of Federal Indian law and policy; relationships among Indian tribes, states, and the federal government; the scope of congressional "plenary power" over Indian affairs; civil and criminal jurisdiction in Indian country; Indian religion and culture; water, fishing and hunting rights; and self-determination and nation building. A study of those federal statutes intended to preserve the benefits of competition in unregulated industries.Agency and partnership law is tested on the Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia and many other state bar examinations. The course considers the impact of the Sherman Act, the Clayton Act as amended by the Robinson-Patman Act, and the Federal Trade Commission Act on the practices and structure of American business.
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This course offers to students a review of all seven subjects that are currently tested on the Multistate Bar Examination: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law and Procedure, Evidence, Property, and Torts.