Analyzes legal and equitable remedies in a variety of substantive settings, including: damages, specific performance, injunctions, restitution, and rescission. The concept of unjust enrichment is examined from the perspective of both substance and remedy.
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This course explores the way in which law is used both to combat and to legitimate racism in American society. It will trace the relationship between racism and American law from the colonial period to the beginning of the 20th century. This course employs an interdisciplinary approach and covers the experiences of American Indians, African American, Asian Americans, Latinos and White Americans. Through an integrated analysis of the groups’ legal histories, the class will foster a comprehensive understanding of race and racism as foundational elements in United States law.
This course explores race, health care and the role of the law in eliminating racial/ethnic inequalities in access to quality health care. It will provide specific attention on understanding the potential impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. This is a fully online course.
This course focuses on legal aspect of ethical issues arising between doctors, patients, families, and the state. It is concerned with problems such as physician-patient decision making, end-of-life decision making, organ transplantation, allocation of scarce resources, genetic engineering, and biomedical research..