Research (Law) (RHGL)

RHGL 0011. INTRODUCTION TO LLM RESEARCH. (0 Credits)

RHGL 0101. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH:. (1 to 3 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attribute: EXP.

RHGL 0102. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: PUBLIC INTEREST. (2 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attribute: PIS.

RHGL 0103. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: LLM WORKSHOP. (1 Credit)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attribute: LLM.

RHGL 0201. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: TAXATION. (1 to 2 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attribute: EXP.

RHGL 0202. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: NEW YORK LEGAL MATERIALS. (1 or 2 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

RHGL 0203. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. (1 to 2 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attribute: EXP.

Prerequisites: ADGL 0302 or FCGL 0129.

RHGL 0204. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW. (2 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attributes: ICE, INLJ.

RHGL 0205. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: FOREIGN AND INTERNATIONAL LAW. (2 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attributes: ICE, INLJ, LAWI, LIDR.

RHGL 0206. ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH: COPYRIGHT, TRADEMARK, AND PATENT. (2 Credits)

Please visit: http://lawlib1.lawnet.fordham.edu/services/advlegres.pdf for the course description.

Attributes: IPIS, LAWT.

RHGL 0207. LAW PRACTICE TECHNOLOGY. (2 Credits)

This course will cover the technological tools of law practice, giving students both an opportunity to use these tools and an understanding of their development. Students will explore case management systems, ediscovery tools, competitive intelligence solutions, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and other rapidly evolving applications and devices confronting the 21st-century attorney."Hands- on" use of these tools will be emphasized. Students will also explore the issues arising from new technological developments in law practice. These topics include new ethics requirements for more technologically savvy attorneys and the implications of technology on client confidentiality.

Attributes: EXP, LLM.