Spring 2012 Class Descriptions
Religion & the Constitution (Steven D. Smith)
Remedies (Gail Heriot)
Concentration(s): Public Interest Law (JD), Civil Litigation (JD)
Legal and equitable remedies under statutes and the common law are examined and compared. The course focuses on methods of evaluating alternative remedies and arguing for or against their creation or use in a given case. The course objective is to enable the student not only to identify all available remedies but also to choose the preferred remedy from among them. The principal subjects covered are equity, restitution and damages.
Note: This is a required course for the Civil Litigation Concentration (JD). This course may be applied as one of the three required courses for the Public Interest Law Concentration (JD).