Add Remedies as a course
Coursebook: Equitable Remedies, Restitution and Damages. Eighth Edition. Authors: Kovacic-Fleischer, Love, Nelson
Kenneth C. Detro commented
The capstone experience of law school because it brings together all the bodies of law under a single rubric or index. It is thus absolutely necessary to both an understanding of the law and to bar passage.
Toby Loobenfeld commented
Also a focus on post conviction remedies.
Examines the writ of habeas corpus and the processes by which prisoners may challenge criminal convictions and sentences on constitutional grounds. Focuses substantial attention on the procedural doctrines governing habeas litigation in federal court. Concludes with an overview of recent developments in areas such as capital sentencing, DNA and actual innocence claims, and the indefinite detention of enemy combatants.
Very disappointed that remedies is not available
I'm extremely surprised Quimbee does not have Remedies as a course. This really shouldn't have to be a suggestion since law schools teach remedies and it's on the Bar Exam. This needs to be addressed ... yesterday.
Don Nguyen commented
It's part of the multistage bar anyway at least so it should be added here.
Jim Wass commented
I was just looking for this on your site. I am in the middle of a Remedies course and would appreciate backup from you folks.