This lesson discusses the 4 different types of leasehold estates and some of the rights and duties of landlords and tenants. It is written for the legal major, prelaw, business law and paralegal student.
This is an introductory lesson about the defenses to a negligence action for the undergraduate legal studies, prelaw, business law and paralegal student. It is recommended that the students complete the lesson on Negligence and Damages before they do this one.
This lesson is for the legal studies, prelaw, business law or paralegal major and discusses the types of damages in intentional torts.
This is Part II of a 2 part series on Intentional torts written for the undergraduate legal studies, business law, paralegal or pre-law student. It covers 8 torts: defamation, invasion of privacy, disparagement, interference with a contract, fraud, trespass, conversion and nuisance. It discusses their elements and defenses.
This lesson will instruct you on the basics of intentional torts. The lesson is written specifically for the undergraduate pre-law student, legal studies, or paralegal student.
This is Part 2 of a beginning lesson on contracts. It covers the last 2 elements: consideration and complies with the law and/or public policy. This lesson is written for the legal studies, prelaw, paralegal or business law student. Part 1 should be done before starting this lesson.
This is Part 1 of a beginning lesson on Contracts for the legal studies, business law, prelaw or paralegal student. It discusses the first 2 Cs of any Contract: Consent and Capacity. This lesson should be done with Part 2, which discusses the other C's: Consideration and Complies with the Law and/or Public Policy.
This is an introductory lesson about the tort of negligence and the elements which must be present. It is written for the undergraduate prelaw, legal studies, business law or paralegal student.
This lesson is designed to help you self-assess your semester performance. It is best suited for completion after you finish a full law school semester. It begins with a brief overview of self-regulated learning and metacognition. Then, the lesson provides a step-by-step process for assessing your law school semester.
This lesson explores one of the fundamental lawyering skills, which is self assessment. This lesson looks at how to learn from success and failures. Primarily, it focuses on what to do after a quiz, midterm, or final exam, and how to continue learning from those assessments.
On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:
1. Assess their strengths and weaknesses related to law school exams or other assessments.
2. Identify things to do post assessment to improve.