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|LAW 606 - Advanced Issues in Criminal Law|
Day section taught by Professor Audrey Rogers
This seminar will cover elected criminal law topics with a focus on computers as the subject, object or instrument of criminal action.
Because this is a seminar, class participation is essential for interesting class sessions, and will count for 25% of your grade In addition, all students will write a final paper. Depending on whether the student wants the paper to satisfy the upper level writing requirement, the paper may be either 10-12 pages or 25 pages in length. There is no final examination
Course description for the SPRING EVENING section of this course:
The course will cover areas of criminal law typically not addressed in the first year criminal law course, with a particular focus on sexually-based offenses such as rape, forcible and statutory crimes, and computer facilitated sex crimes. Current developments in New York law will be explored, as well as unique issues faced by sex crimes prosecutors such as how to work with sexual assault victims, experts, and rape shield laws.
2.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Law-JD, Law-LLM, Law-SJD
Schedule Types: Seminar
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