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Administrative Law

from iTunes U (Free)

The course examines administrative law, its theory and practice. Students will be introduced to the traditional common law remedies concerning judicial review of administrative...

Administrative Law

from iTunes U (Free)

In the United States, thousands of governmental agencies exercise authority over the economy, and over the lives of each and every American. These administrative agencies represent...

Administrative Law

from iTunes U (Free)

In the United States, thousands of governmental agencies exercise authority over the economy, and over the lives of each and every American. These administrative agencies represent...

Administrative Law & Policy (Spring 2016)

from iTunes U (Free)

In the United States, thousands of governmental agencies exercise authority over the economy, and over the lives of each and every American. These administrative agencies represent...

Advanced Criminal Law

from iTunes U (Free)

This course further explores the criminal law of Queensland and follows on from LAWS11060 Criminal Law. The criminal law in Queensland (and Western Australia) unlike other...

Advanced Statutory Interpretation and Legal Drafting

from iTunes U (Free)

Advanced Statutory Interpretation and Drafting consolidates the skills of statutory interpretation which students have previously been taught and used throughout their studies....

Alternative Dispute Resolution

from iTunes U (Free)

Alternative Dispute Resolution examines the theory and application of procedures for the resolution of disputes as an alternative to a judicial process, which was the subject of...

America's Unwritten Constitution

from coursera (Free)

An introduction to basic techniques of constitutional interpretation.

America's Written Constitution

from coursera (Free)

An introduction to the main themes of the American Constitution—popular sovereignty, separation of powers, federalism, and rights.

American Foreign Policy

from iTunes U (Free)

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An Introduction to American Law

from coursera (Free)

This course will give you a glimpse into six different areas of American law: Tort Law, Contract Law, Property, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Civil Procedure. You will gain...

Art, power and politics

from iTunes U ($6)

The power and authority of the ruling elite of the Roman Empire, especially its emperors, is still obvious today in the surviving artefacts. Today we look on these artefacts as...

Bankruptcy and Secured Transactions

from iTunes U (Free)

Covers the bankruptcy code and rules of procedure. Emphasis will be placed on the legal assistant’s role in Bankruptcy practice including interviewing, preparing documents...

Business Law I

from iTunes U (Free)

Introduction to business law. Covers topics such as the American legal system, dispute resolution, constitutional and government regulation of business, torts, contract laws and...

CRMJ-4280 Spring 2016

from iTunes U (Free)

Compares the incidence, trends, control, treatment and prevention of crime across nations using mainstream criminological theories. Examines criminal justice systems from an...

CRMJ-4700 Spring 2016

from iTunes U (Free)

Examines the concept, causes, incidence, types, consequences of, and responses to terrorism. Highlights the distinction between domestic and international terrorism and expands on...

Capital Punishment: Race, Poverty, & Disadvantage

from iTunes U (Free)

This course will examine issues of poverty and race in the criminal justice system, particularly with regard to the imposition of the death penalty. Topics will include the right...

Childhood and the law

from iTunes U (Free)

While a safe and secure childhood is something all societies seem to value, children’s welfare is complex and often controversial. ...

Citizenship and U.S. Immigration

from coursera (Free)

What does it mean for an immigrant to become a U.S. citizen? Through a background of historical and policy perspectives, this course will examine U.S. law governing how citizenship...