Business Associations: the formation of business units (agency, joint ventures, partnerships, joint-stock associations, business trusts, and private corporations); preparation of the necessary documents, the nature of proprietary interests, and the rights and liabilities of the members.
Civil Procedure: procedures, documentation, and rules of law-oriented to the pre-trial and post-trial procedures of Federal and State Courts.
Civil Procedure Practicum: Civil Procedure Practicum course provides students with the practical skills necessary to serve as a certified law student. The course consists of an introduction to basic litigation practices and techniques in relation to a procedure as opposed to substantive law.
Evidence: laws that provide for admissibility or exclusion of evidence during the trial.
Alternate Dispute Resolution* (workshop)
This course is designed to train and qualify students to develop or participate in conflict mediation processes. Students will review the growth and application of settlement options in the United States and specifically in California. The course focuses on both traditional and non-traditional dispute resolution options. Alternative Dispute Resolution (Mediation) is designed for professionals who engage in”interest-based bargaining.” This course focuses on the settlement processes and on achieving reasonable solutions. Students that complete this course are awarded a Certificate of Completion.
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