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Southwestern has partnered with the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences (KGI), part of the Claremont Colleges, to offer an exciting Certificate in Bioscience Industry Law and Practice. Certificate graduates will acquire some of the essential skills and knowledge necessary for leadership roles in this fast-growing industry as well as in legal organizations, including government agencies, law firms and related private-sector corporations. Southwestern students can take courses at KGI in the areas of technology management, entrepreneurship, and bioscience related industry dynamics and have an opportunity to work on interdisciplinary team projects sponsored by companies. Students will complete a minimum of 2 units at KGI and 4 units at Southwestern to earn the Certificate (generally two courses at each school). Founded in 1997, KGI educates future leaders of the bioscience industry through distinctive graduate programs offering integrated life science/engineering/ business curriculums and focusing on industry projects and collaborations.

www.swlaw.edu/kgicertificate

PUBLIC INTEREST/CIVIL RIGHTS/CIVIL LIBERTIES Aronovsky, Caldwell, Calnan, Cameron, Carpenter, Cohen, D’Italia, Epstein, Fee, Gray, Gunning, Hart, Knipprath, Miller, Ramachandran, Ramos, Scott, Sloan, Vázquez, Waterstone, Wood Advanced Children’s Rights Clinic Advanced Immigration Law Clinic Advanced Street Law Clinic

The American Justice System Seminar Amicus Project Practicum Animal Law Appellate Litigation Practicum Arts and Cultural PolicyD Children and the Law Children’s Rights Clinic Constitutional Law I and II1 Defamation, Privacy and Publicity DFEH Civil Rights Clinic Education Law

REAL PROPERTY/ ENVIRONMENTAL LAW/ LAND USE Aronovsky, Fagundes, Fischer, Gupta, Hoyos, Krimmel, Lutz, McEvoy, Montz, Scott, Shaffer, Shafiroff, Wood Community Property Construction Law, Drafting and Negotiation Environmental Law Externships Federal Indian Law Land Use Regulation Property1 Property Transactions Practice Real Estate Transactions Water Law

TAXATION Berger, Krimmel, Shafiroff, Wood Accounting for Lawyers Business Planning Estate and Gift Taxation Estate Planning and Drafting Externships Federal Corporate Taxation Survey of Federal Income Taxation Wills and Trusts TORTS AND COMPENSATION SYSTEMS Abbott, Aronovsky, Calnan, Fischer, Gunning, McEvoy, Rolnick, Scott, Stier, Yokoyama Alternative Dispute Resolution Class Actions Defamation, Privacy and Publicity Externships Foundations of Tort Law Seminar Global Tort Litigation2 Insurance Law Mass Tort Litigation (Capstone) Medical Malpractice Products Liability Remedies Torts1 Workers’ Compensation Law and Practice

COURSES

Certificate in Bioscience Industry Law and Practice

Employment Discrimination Law Employment Law Survey Environmental Law Externships Federal Indian Law Immigration Appeals Practicum Immigration Law Immigration Law and Crimes3 Immigration Law Clinic Information Privacy Law International Protection of Human Rights Labor Law Land Use Regulation Latin American Laws and Institutions Law and Social Change – Obstacles and Opportunities Public Interest Law Practice Race and the Law Seminar Street Law Clinic Women and the Law Seminar Youth at Risk Seminar Youth Offender Parole Hearing Practicum

1 – Required courses 2 – Offered in Summer Abroad Programs 3 – Offered in the January Intersession D – Offered with The Drucker School Note: The list reflects courses in the current academic year and the past two years. Course selection is subject to change. Some elective courses are not offered every year, and seminar topics vary from year to year. Course descriptions are available online at www.swlaw.edu/academics/ course_listings. An overview of the SCALE® curriculum is available on page 5 and online at www.swlaw.edu/academics/jd/scale. 47

Catalog 2014  
Catalog 2014