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  • Bioethics & the Law: This course explores the ethical, legal, and policy issues surrounding such topics as reproductive technologies, human and embryonic research, medical decision-making, and end of life issues.
  • Children’s Law
  • Coastal Zone Management Seminar
  • Comparative Environmental Law: Water, Wetlands and Wildlife
  • Comparative Environmental Justice
  • Comparative Environmental Law in the Americas
  • Conservation Clinic
  • Dispute Settlement: International Trade Seminar
  • Ecosystem in South Florida
  • Election & Campaign Finance Law: This course examines federal and state law regulating the conduct of elections and the financing campaign, two separable subjects with connecting principles and problems. Included are aspects of federal and state constitutional law on speech, association, and equal protection; state law on who gets to vote and who gets voted for; and particularly problems of appointment, gerrymandering, race-conscious districting under the Voting Rights Act, and party governance.
  • Environmental Dispute Resolution
  • Environmental Justice Seminar: This seminar will explore key components of environmental justice, focusing on a legal, health and policy-related framework.
  • Environmental Law and Policy (College of Natural Resources and Environment)
  • Environmental Law: Water
  • Environmental Law: Water, Wetlands and Wildlife
  • Ethical Aspects of Health Administration
  • Ethical Issues: Summer course
  • European Community Law
  • Family Law
  • Feminist Jurisprudence
  • Field Methods in Adaptive Management: Botswana & Namibia
  • Florida Ecosystems: Ecology, Management and Law Seminar
  • Florida Constitutional Law
  • Florida Supreme Court Externship
  • Florida Water Law
  • Genetics & the Law: This seminar explores the ethical, legal and social implications of genetic technologies, including privacy issues, research, insurance discrimination, and challenges posed by gene therapy.
  • Genetics and the Law Seminar
  • Health Care Finance & Delivery: This course explores legal and policy issues surrounding the delivery of health care (doctor-patient relationship, licensure, discipline, informed consent) and payment for health care (insurance structures, contract disputes, and managed care)
  • Health Care Law
  • Health Law Externship
  • Historic Preservation Law Seminar: Seminar will be a survey of the legal structure, philosophy and techniques behind historical and archeological resources protection on the United States.
  • International & Environmental Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Environmental
  • International Trade & the Environment
  • International Trade Law
  • International Trade Law Seminar
  • Introduction to European Union Law (Department of Political Science College of Liberal Arts and Sciences): The objective of this course is to provide students with a basic working knowledge of the historic development of the EU, its institutional structure, sources of la, and judicial review, as well as an introduction to substantive EC law relating to Internal Market, competition, and social policy.
  • Issues in Coastal Management / Environmental Law
  • Issues in Ecosystem Management Seminar
  • Law & Policy in the Americas: The course evaluates the development of legal systems in the Americas including a comparative analysis. Topics include constitutional comparisons, trade and commercial development, alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, and citizen security and human rights. The course follows a lecture format with assigned reading throughout the semester and a final exam at the end of the term.
  • Legal & Ethical Issues in the Practice of Medicine: (College of Medicine)
  • Legal Aspects: Summer Course
  • Legislation Seminar
  • Medical Technology
  • Medical Technology & the Law: This course explores the different ways in which law impacts medical technologies (drugs, medical devices, gene therapies, biological products), including federal regulation, tort mechanisms, and reimbursement systems.
  • Poverty Law
  • Seminar on Privacy Law
  • Seminar on Sustainable Development
  • Trade and Human Rights
  • Trade & Human Rights in the Americas
  • Transboundary Environmental Issues in the Americas Seminar
  • U.S. Constitutional Law
  • Wetlands & Watersheds
  • Water Law Seminar
  • Water Well & Wildlife (FEEDS): College of Engineering Distance Learning Program
  • Wetlands Seminar
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