Course Descriptions

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  • LAW 609
    (4 Credit Hours)

    Prerequisites: RCC*. This course will include analysis and discussion of the law of wills, testate and intestate succession, testamentary capacity; the execution, revocation, and republication of wills; construction of wills, lapsed legacies, ademption and satisfaction of bequests; incorporation by reference and independent legal significance. Other topics include planning and creation of a trust; obligations of trustee to beneficiaries and third persons; rights and remedies of beneficiaries; resulting and constructive trusts; termination and modification of trusts; and problems in the administration of trusts, charitable trusts and cy pres.

  • LAW 661
    (4 Credit Hours)

    Prerequisites: RCC*. This course introduces students to the rules that determine what information can be introduced by lawyers in trials. It is based on the Federal Rules of Evidence. The course covers basic evidentiary issues including relevance and prejudice, hearsay and hearsay exceptions, character evidence, and privileges. Other matters covered may include inferences, burden of proof, judicial notice, and expert testimony. Required for graduation.

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