Independent Study Law (INGL)

INGL ADD. STUDY ABROAD - ESADE SPAIN. (12 Credits)

INGL 0101. INDEPENDENT STUDY. (1 Credit)

INGL 0102. INDEPENDENT STUDY - 2 CR.. (2 Credits)

INGL 0103. INDEPENDENT STUDY - 3 CR.. (3 Credits)

INGL 0199. SEMESTER ABROAD: SKKU KOREA. (12 Credits)

INGL 0202. PERSPECTIVES ON DOCTRINAL ANALYSIS. (2 Credits)

This course surveys core U.S. legal doctrine in key areas tested on the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) which will be administered in New York starting in July of 2016. Core subjects will be reviewed and analyzed and then serve as the foundation for practical application on all components (MBE, MEE, and MPT) of the UBE. Periodic exams throughout the semester and a final exam test students’ knowledge and skills toward success on the UBE. This is a graded, two credit course intended for graduating students who wish to jump start their bar exam preparation. It is not a substitute for a full bar review course. If you have additional questions, please contact Cynthia Juco in the Office of Student Affairs: cjuco@fordham.edu.

Attribute: JD.

INGL 0203. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF NEW YORK LAW. (2 Credits)

Fundamental Principles of New York Law introduces some of the most heavily-tested topics on the New York State Bar Examination to LL.M. students. This class focuses on substantive principles from the perspective of the New York State Bar Examination in: Contract Law, Criminal Law, Evidence, Real Property, Torts, and Domestic Relations. This course is designed to give LL.M. students an opportunity to learn specific topics and technique for the Bar Examination as part of their academic curriculum. Each session is dedicated to one of the six subject matters reviewed in this class. The first hour of every session will focus on the structure of the Bar Examination and various techniques to apply in this class and on the Bar Examination. Coordinated by LLM BAR EXAM, the remaining three hours of each session will be dedicated to a substantive review of the subject matters, taught by specialized lecturers. This class is only open to LL.M. students and available in the fall semester only.

Attribute: LLM.

INGL 0206. SEMESTER ABROAD - COMILLAS. (12 Credits)

INGL 0260. SJD Dissertation Development I. (10 Credits)

INGL 0262. SJD DISSERTATION DEVELOPMENT II. (10 Credits)

INGL 0263. SJD DISSERTATION DEVELOPMENT III. (10 Credits)

INGL 0264. SJD DISSERTATION DEVELOPMENT IV. (10 Credits)

INGL 0300. GRADUATE THESIS. (3 Credits)

INGL 0302. S.J.D. COLLOQUIUM. (1-2 Credits)

The S.J. D. Colloquium consists of a number of components. First, the Colloquium will introduce doctoral candidates to diverse and sophisticated research technologies that will aid them in the development of their thesis projects. Second, the Colloquium will introduce doctoral candidates to basic strains of legal academic thought that might inform their work. Finally, the Colloquium would provide a forum whereby candidates can discuss their research with their peers and others and elicit feedback on drafts of their work at various stages. <p>The Colloquium is required for all S.J.D. students while in residence. Select Master of Laws students who have demonstrated a strong potential for academic scholarship may be admitted to the Colloquium by special permission. Interested LL.M. candidates interested in attending the seminar should submit a statement of interest, a resume or c.v., and a writing sample in English to Assistant Dean Toni M. Fine at tfine@law.fordham.edu no later than July 15. Please indicate “S.J. D. Colloquium” in the “Re:” line. Registration by permission only.

Attribute: LLM.

INGL 0311. FASHION LAW CAPSTONE/THESIS. (3 Credits)

Students must seek approval from Anthony Agolia or Pamela A. Golkin-Moro in order to register for this course.

Attributes: FASL, LAWF.

INGL 0312. COMPLIANCE CAPSTONE THESIS. (3 Credits)

Students must seek approval from Anthony Agolia or Alice BrightSky in order to register for this course.

Attribute: LLM.

INGL 0601. SJD DISSERTATION RESEARCH I. (8 Credits)

INGL 0615. QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS. (1 Credit)

Quantitative Methods for Graduate Students introduces basic financial concepts and general quantitative reasoning skills that lawyers and compliance officers and other professionals should possess.<p> Quantitative Methods for Graduate Students will expose students to the following law-related finance concepts:<br> Supply and demand, markets, and externalities<br> Cost-benefit analysis<br> Probability and causation<br>Expected value and the time value of money<br> Financial statements<p> The instructors, a litigator and a forensic accountant, will use role plays and demonstrations to illustrate these concepts.<p> Students will be evaluated on the basis of a proctored examination. The course will be graded on a Credit/No Credit basis.<p> This course is required for all LLM students in their first semester of enrollment.

INGL 0701. SJD DISSERTATION RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT I. (8 Credits)

INGL 0702. SJD Dissertation Research II. (8-10 Credits)

INGL 0703. SJD DISSERTATION RESEARCH II. (8 Credits)

INGL 0780. LAW STUDY. (0 Credits)

INGL 0781. SJD DISSERTATION EXTENSION I. (10 Credits)

INGL 0782. SJD DISSERTATION EXTENSION II. (10 Credits)

INGL 0783. SJD DISSERTATION EXTENSION III. (10 Credits)

INGL 0784. SJD DISSERTATION EXT IV. (10 Credits)

INGL 0785. SJD DISSETATION EXTENSION V. (10 Credits)

INGL 0786. SJD DISSERTATION EXTENSION VI. (10 Credits)

INGL 0789. DISSERTATION DEFENSE. (0 Credits)

INGL 0900. SEMESTER ABROAD - AMSTERDAM. (12-14 Credits)

INGL 0904. SEMESTER ABROAD - MADRID. (12 Credits)

INGL 0905. CONSORTIUM AGREEMENT. (0 Credits)

INGL 0908. SEMESTER ABROAD: BUCERIUS. (12 Credits)

INGL 0909. RESIDENCE TUITION. (0 Credits)

INGL 0914. SEMESTER ABROAD - ICADE MEXICO. (10-12 Credits)

INGL 0915. SEMESTER ABROAD - ICADE SPAIN. (12 Credits)

INGL 0920. SEMESTER ABROAD - ITALY (LUIS). (12 Credits)

INGL 0921. SEMESTER ABROAD - PARIS. (6-14 Credits)

INGL 0925. SEMESTER ABROAD WASEDA LAW SCH. (12-14 Credits)

INGL 0929. BOCCONI LAW SCHOOL. (12 Credits)

INGL 0930. STUDY ABROAD - ESADE SPAIN. (12-14 Credits)

INGL 0941. Study Abroad:Univ Pontifica. (12,13 Credits)

INGL 0962. SEMESTER ABROAD FGV. (12 Credits)

INGL 0971. CHINA U. OF POLITICS & LAW. (12-14 Credits)

INGL 0972. STUDY ABROAD - GERMANY. (12 Credits)

INGL 0990. SEMESTER ABROAD: TEL AVIV. (12 Credits)

INGL 0991. International Visiting Student. (0 Credits)

INGL 0992. E CHINA UNIV OF POLITICS & LAW. (10-12 Credits)

INGL 0994. TRANSACTION SKLS GBL LGL PRACT. (0 Credits)

INGL 0995. LEGAL ENGLISH & COMM SKILLS. (0 Credits)

INGL 0997. LAW SCHOOL-SUMMER INSTITUTE. (0 Credits)

INGL 0998. VISITING SCHOLAR PROGRAM. (0 Credits)

INGL 0999. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN US LAW. (0 Credits)

INGL 1998. PRE-LAW INSTITUTE. (0 Credits)

INGL 1999. WINTER INSTITUTE. (0 Credits)

INGL 9999. INTL LEGAL PRACTICE. (0 Credits)