Property

4 ECTs / Semester / English

It’s expected that students will leave this course with a general, although admittedly very schematic and perhaps superficial, understanding of the importance of the right to property in the U.S. legal system. In this way, it´s expected that exposure to what may be a radically different method for ordering and protecting property rights will give students a new perspective from which to evaluate their own system. It is frequently in studying “the other” that we learn the most about ourselves.

Faculty

Visiting Professor
Laurie Reynolds is the Prentice H. Marshall Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois. She received a master’s degree in Spanish linguistics and a JD…