Ms. Amy McManus
Fall 2021 course
Th 4:15pm - 6:15pm in WCC Room 2009
2 classroom credits
Exam: One-Day Take-Home
This course introduces students trained as lawyers outside of the United States to the U.S. legal system, helping to supplement and put into context what they learn in their other courses at HLS. Included among the topics covered are: the basic structure and function of U.S. legal institutions; basics of subject matter and personal jurisdiction of American courts; the interaction of state and federal law in the American system of federalism; selected doctrines of constitutional law; selected topics pertaining to the American criminal and civil justice systems; and trial by jury.
Note: Enrollment is limited to foreign-educated LL.M. students.
Subject Areas: Procedure & Practice