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    • 21493-01
    • Research Methods in Statutory and Regulatory Law
    • Krishnaswami
    • Wed 3:10 PM-5:00 PM
    • 1
    • Partial Satisfaction of Skills Requirement
    • open enrollment
    • not applicable

    Research Methods in Statutory and Regulatory Law (21493). 1 unit, credit/fail. This course will teach students to research statutes, agency regulations, agency cases, and other sources of statutory and administrative law, using a variety of print and online sources. The goal of the course is to give students an understanding of the sophisticated research skills required for finding statutory and administrative authority in its various forms including: legislative history, enabling statutes, proposed and final agency regulations, decisions, opinions and policy and executive orders. Emphasis will be on researching using free, government resources, but students will also learn how to conduct regulatory research using directories and other databases. Although the primary focus of this course will be on researching federal statutory and administrative law, one class session will be devoted to researching state and local administrative law. Students will be evaluated based on class participation and on a final research project focused on a regulatory issue and agency of their choosing. The skills requirement may be satisfied by taking this course with another 1-unit legal research course. This course will meet weekly for seven weeks in the first half of the term. J. Graves-Krishnaswami, S. Matheson, and M. VanderHeijden.

    Location: SLB - 113 (Wed)
    Grade mode: credit/fail
    CRN: 20122