This course will examine the Federal Arbitration Act, and the Uniform Arbitration Act as it has been adopted in Arizona. Special segments will be devoted to labor, international and securities arbitration.
This seminar will examine from philosophical, legal and political perspectives the ideas, norms, institutions, and practices of the international human rights movement.
This course will include a discussion of the following topics: Real estate investments as a tax shelter; alternative acquisition financing devices; refinancing techniques; sales between related parties; contingent payment sales; planning the time of sale; including a discussion of excrows, executory contracts, options and lease/options; sale leaseback transactions; installment sale reporting; wrap-around financing; default, foreclosures, and repossessions; non-taxable exchanges, including planning multi-party tax-free exchanges; planning considerations for the disposition of a principal residence; depreciation recapture; and an after-tax financial analysis of alternative real estate investments.
An in depth study of the "establishment" and "free exercise clauses of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution; their history, doctrinal evolution, and application to contemporary problems (including aid to parochial schools, prayer in school, Sunday laws, creation-science, etc.).
The purpose of the Journal is to produce, edit, and publish high quality works of legal scholarship. The operational and editorial functions of the Journal are run by students.
Successful participation and completion of a national moot court competition.