I enjoyed this course and it helped me to understand the basic parts of American Law. My only suggestion is to provide even more cases as examples to demonstrate the doctrines and statutes. Thank you.
A great first step on understanding the basic principles of American Law, providing an insight into impact on the systems we encounter on a daily basis and how these systems have developed over time.
par Waqar A•
Wonderful overview of American Laws.
par Marc L•
good, very basic, introduction
par Carson G•
I wish it was more practical.
par Robert H•
Interesting Intro to Law
par Mekawe C•
very productive, Thanks
par Deepa R•
par Dariusz Z•
= no case law :(
par Richard K•
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par Misty K•
This was a long course and quite frankly that 4th professor ( ruger) really should NOT do public speaking he was horrible to listen to. Not to be rude but it's hard to comprehend things when the person speaking keeps making verbal mistakes. Some of the course we very good and interesting but some simply could not hold my attention.
par Anwaar A•
this course isn't suitable for someone without any legal background, as it is rich and dense in information.
par Alexander P•
Some lectures were vague and the terms were ill-defined. You are required to deduce the definition.
par valentin b•
The interactive transcripts were really bad. Usefull questions and a good general knowledge
par Rui S•
Interesting course, but a bit too basic and superficial. Teachers were engaging though.
par Nghia L•
Thank you for your course, I think it can provide more practical assignments though.
par Gregory L•
Great basic overview. Evaluations a bit too easy/forgiving.
par Kristopher K•
Great examples for understanding.
Nice and necessary
par Alex F•
This course would have been better if the speakers were to focus more on the distinctive features of American law. As a would-be lawyer, who studied common law in the UK and Hong Kong, I don't find this course particularly useful, as the so-called "distinctive" features of American law are actually very similar to that of the English common law.
par Michael K•
Interesting at times but not all modules had the same level of focus on the particularities of American law, some were simply a summary of the law in that area in general without highlighting what was unique to American law in that area.
par Eduardo F•
It was a superficial course. It doesn't teach any law about USA, just present the inicial thoughts.
par Kenneth L•
I dropped this after the first week when the professor blatantly misrepresented the law on product liability with respect to firearms. I want to learn about the law, I don't need to be indoctrinated. Unfortunately Professor Allen is being turned loose on an unsuspecting student body and that is too bad.