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Visiting Professors Teaching Anglo-American Law

U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.
Image Credit: Jin-Sa Jun

 

The Law Department regularly receives guest professors from the USA, who offer courses on Anglo-American law in English. The students are confronted with the specific ‘Common Law‘ tradition teaching methods – for example the Socratic Method, with which the lecture material is taught through conversation between the lecturers and students.

 

The seminars of our American guest professors have generated huge interest in the past. Not only local students, but also guest students were impressed and learned a lot from courses such as ‘Antitrust and Trade Regulation‘, ‘Introduction to the Uniform Commercial Code‘, ‘Contracts‘, and ‘Equality & Non-Discrimination Law in the U.S.‘

 

List of Courses Given by Visiting Professors from U.S. American Partner Universities:

David Abraham, University of Miami School of Law

Introduction to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Law

Stephen Utz, University of Connecticut School of Law

Taxation of Cross-Border Activity Income from a U.S. Perspective

Taxation of Internationally Active Enterprises from a U.S. Perspective

International Taxation

Tax Policy

Helen Hartnell, Golden Gate University, San Francisco

Transnational Litigation in U.S. Courts

Equality & Non-Discrimination Law in the U.S.

Darien Shanske, Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco

Introduction to American Constitutional Law

Steven Wilf, University of Connecticut School of Law

American Constitutional and Legal History

Intellectual Property

Richard Hyland, Rutgers University, New Jersey

The Five Most Important Books in the Common Law

Introduction to the Uniform Commercial Code

Kurt Strasser, University of Connecticut School of Law

Antitrust

Contracts

Anthony Sebok, Brooklyn Law School, New York

Basic Torts

Advanced Torts

Angel Oquendo, University of Connecticut School of Law

Civil Procedure

Legal Philosophy

Corporate Law

La Tradición Jurídica Latinoamericana