University of Illinois College of Law
Established in 1897, the University of Illinois College of Law has a century-old tradition of excellence, exceptional faculty, and accomplished and diverse student body. One of the nation's top public law schools, the College of Law is part of the University of Illinois, the state's flagship land-grant university.
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Faculty & Research – University of Illinois College of Law
(2 days ago) Our faculty includes national leaders in many areas of law – bankruptcy, corporate, criminal, elder, health, labor, property, and more. Research Activities. Interdisciplinary culture. About half of faculty hold advanced degrees beyond their JDs in fields such as medicine, economics, engineering, business, and psychology. This range of
Faculty Profiles – University of Illinois College of Law
(9 days ago) Professor, College of Law (by courtesy) Senior Research Scientist, National Center for Supercomputing Applications Guggenheim Fellow (2015-2016) Faculty, Illinois Informatics Institute Affiliate, Cline Center for Democracy Affiliate, Computational Science and Engineering Program Affiliate, Program on Law, Behavior, and Social Science
Business and Law – University of Illinois College of Law
(Just Now) Business and Law. With dozens of business-related course offerings, the expertise of our faculty in bankruptcy, commercial law, corporate law, labor law, and tax law, and nationally recognized departments of finance and accounting, Illinois offers a first-rate program that provides a solid foundation for students interested in pursuing careers in business-related fields.
University of Illinois College of Law
(6 days ago) Law 794: Private Equity Funds and Transactions: Issues and Documentation. This seminar class will focus on legal issues and key documentation involved in structuring private equity funds and private equity transactions. The class will use a practical approach in introducing (i) fund formation process and (ii) typical private equity transaction
University of Illinois College of Law
(7 days ago) The College of Law applies the principles of ABA Standard 505 in granting advanced standing status, and uses the assistance of the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) to establish whether any students from a foreign law school may be eligible for advanced standing credit.
Primary Sources: Education Law
(3 days ago) Education Law can be difficult to research at times because there are federal and state laws, regulations, cases, and administrative decisions that can determine a particular legal issue. Federal law, whether statutes or regulations passed by the Department of Education, often directs the States to comply with certain requirements.
Criminal Law and Procedure – University of Illinois
(8 days ago) Criminal Law and Procedure. From Albert J. Harno to Charles Bowman to Wayne LaFave, the University of Illinois College of Law has long enjoyed a strong presence in the field of criminal law and procedure. To capitalize on this strength, the Program in Criminal Law and Procedure was created in 2005, with a goal to promote scholarship and
Environmental Law – University of Illinois College of Law
(1 days ago) Environmental Law. The College of Law is situated at a world-class research institution dedicated to sustainability, with renowned faculty working on groundbreaking environmental issues. Few law schools can compete with Illinois’ breadth of environmental offerings or its commitment to environmental teaching. Coursework: Beyond the Ordinary
ACADEMIC POLICY HANDBOOK 96
(7 days ago) The Academic Policy Handbook (“Handbook”) is designed to provide Juris Doctor (J.D.) and its other students with information about the academic policies that govern their studies at the College of Law. The College of Law reserves the right to amend, modify, or otherwise alter
Fall 2021 Course Materials
(7 days ago) 500 GI: Legal Writing and Research (Graduate Students): Professor Stephanie Davidson Shannon Moritz. The Bluebook, 21st, Harvard Law Review, 978-0578666150; Shapo, et al, Writing and Analysis in the Law, 7th, Foundation Press, 978-1683282372
Patrick Keenan – University of Illinois College of Law
(4 days ago) About. An expert in human rights and international law, Professor Patrick Keenan focuses his research on international criminal law, counterterrorism law, and human rights. He has published articles on the U.S. drone program, international criminal law and conflict minerals, human trafficking and tourism, China’s role in Africa, the human
Study Abroad – University of Illinois College of Law
(8 days ago) The College of Law Academic Advisor for Study Abroad is the Associate Dean for Graduate and International Programs. The application deadline for fall semester study abroad is February 15, and the deadline for spring semester study abroad is September 15. To apply, visit the University of Illinois Study Abroad website and search for the program
Law and Philosophy – University of Illinois College of Law
(Just Now) Law and Philosophy. The primary mission of the Law and Philosophy Program (IPLP) is to advance knowledge about legal topics of philosophical significance, particularly those that implicate moral, political, economic, and environmental issues. IPLP regularly sponsors lectures, conferences, roundtables, and dinner seminars that involve scholars
Criminal Law – University of Illinois College of Law
(6 days ago) Criminal Law. From Albert J. Harno to Charles Bowman to Wayne LaFave, the University of Illinois College of Law has long enjoyed a strong presence in the field of criminal law and procedure. The College’s curriculum in criminal law and criminal procedure begins with the required first-year course, Criminal Law, where students study the
University of Illinois College of Law
(Just Now) Its law school, the University of Illinois College of Law, is one of the oldest and best-known law schools in the nation. The College boasts a long and distinguished tradition of advancing knowledge and research, training students in the knowledge, skills, and temperament to achieve
Trial Advocacy and Law 695: Trial Advocacy Workshop
(8 days ago) Law 694: Trial Advocacy and Law 695: Trial Advocacy Workshop. In this combined instructional unit consisting of Trial Advocacy (Law 694 – two graded credit hours) and the Trial Advocacy Workshop (Law 695 – three pass/fail credit hours), students develop the skills needed for success as trial lawyers in a “learning by doing” environment.
A NEW JUDGMENT FROM THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE …
(7 days ago) EU Law, but they do oppose the possible non-existence (which national judges must verify) of added measures to avoid corrupting this temporary hiring.6 In this judgment dated March 19, 2020, the operative part contains five points and bears on the analysis of three legal measures in the Spanish code
Meet the Careers Team – University of Illinois College of Law
(5 days ago) Illinois Law’s Office of Career Planning and Professional Development strives to set the bar in terms of counseling, responsiveness, innovation, teamwork, market analysis, and employer outreach. Greg Miarecki, Executive Assistant Dean. (312) 342-0129. [email protected]
Jason Mazzone – University of Illinois College of Law
(3 days ago) About. Jason Mazzone is the Albert E. Jenner, Jr. Professor of Law at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Director of the Illinois Program in Constitutional Theory, History, and Law.. Professor Mazzone’s primary field of research and teaching is constitutional law and history. He works principally on issues of constitutional structure and institutional design with a particular
MSL Application – University of Illinois College of Law
(2 days ago) MSL Application. The Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program is intended for non-lawyers who understand that today many workplace decisions are also legal decisions. It is a terminal degree program that can be completed substantially in person or online. Many students will want to combine their knowledge or expertise in another field with a
Dean’s Advisory Board – University of Illinois College of Law
(6 days ago) Supporting the College of Law in broadening and enhancing professional opportunities for its students and graduates; and. Aiding the College of Law in enhancing its national and international reputation. The Dean’s Advisory Board is comprised of at least twenty alumni, each serving a three-year renewable term.
(8 days ago) · Competition with federal law. 2. The business cycle · The business cycle & development of corporate law · The bubble law problem · Case study: the Sarbanes-Oxley Act · Law as a tool to manipulate the public’s risk perceptions. 3. Political economy of the primacy debate [omitted] 4.
Specialty Programs – University of Illinois College of Law
(Just Now) These are not majors or concentrations in the traditional sense but faculty-led areas of academic interest and strength within the College of Law. The College’s specialty programs include: Comparative Criminal Procedure and Policing. Comparative Labor and Employment Law & Policy. Constitutional Theory, History, and Law.
Charles J. Tabb – University of Illinois College of Law
(4 days ago) About. Professor Charles J. Tabb is the Mildred Van Voorhis Jones Chair in Law Emeritus. He taught at Illinois from 1984 through 2019, and is considered one of the nation’s leading bankruptcy scholars, specializing in bankruptcy, contracts, and commercial law. Professor Tabb served as interim dean of the College during the 2007-08 academic
JD FAQ – University of Illinois College of Law
(7 days ago) Law school requires no particular curriculum prior to admission. Nonetheless, prospective law students can give themselves an edge by giving extra attention to particular coursework. There is no specific major required for law school. We have admitted students with majors ranging from Electrical Engineering to Musical Theatre.
Cynthia A. Williams – University of Illinois College of Law
(8 days ago) Professor Cynthia Williams joined Osgoode Hall Law School on July 1, 2013, as the Osler Chair in Business Law, a position she also held from 2007 to 2009. She also currently holds a part-time position as Professor of U.S. Corporate and Securities Law at the Vrije Universiteit (VU), Amsterdam. Before joining Osgoode, she was a member of the
Michelle D. Layser – University of Illinois College of Law
(7 days ago) Selected Publications. How Federal Tax Law Rewards Housing Segregation, 93 Ind. L.J. (forthcoming 2018) . Improving Tax Incentives for Wind Energy Production: The Case for a Refundable Production Tax Credit, 81 Mo. L. Rev. 453 (2016) . The Quest to Save Journalism: A Legal Analysis of New Models for Newspapers from Nonprofit Tax-Exempt Organizations to L3Cs, 2010 Utah L. Rev. 1315 (2010) (with
Research Planning & Process
(3 days ago) Background reading should help you confirm the appropriate jurisdiction for your legal issue, whether state or federal law applies, and identify the types of authority involved (i.e. whether the issues are governed by case law, statutory law, administrative law or a combination.)
Arden Rowell – University of Illinois College of Law
(2 days ago) Professor Rowell has been a visiting professor at Duke Law School (2018) and Harvard Law School (2015-16) and was a visiting researcher at Oxford University (2015, 2016). In 2015, she also completed a federal detail at the Environmental Protection Agency, and was named a University Scholar through a program at the University of Illinois meant
Eric T. Freyfogle – University of Illinois College of Law
(6 days ago) About. Professor Eric Freyfogle, a Research Professor and Swanlund Chair Emeritus at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, received his JD summa cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was managing editor of the Michigan Law Review.He fulfilled a military obligation by serving in the Secretary of the Army’s office as assistant to the army general counsel and
Intellectual Property and Technology Law – University of
(2 days ago) Intellectual Property and Technology Law. When it comes to top environments in which to explore intellectual property law, few compare to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The scholars who invented sound-on-film movies, the transistor, the light-emitting diode, and the theory of superconductivity have taught here.