2011_Fall_B%20LAW_301_LEC_A4_Gill

2011_Fall_B%20LAW_301_LEC_A4_Gill - BUSINESS LAW 301 A4...

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BUSINESS LAW 301 A4 Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Canada Course Outline Fall Term 2011 University of Alberta, Faculty of Business Department of Marketing, Business Economics & Law Instructor: Pam Gill Time: M/W/F 12-12:50 Class Room: Bus 3-05 Office: 2-33 E-mail pamgosavi@ulaberta.ca Office Hours: By Appointment COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to give an introduction to, and an overview of, three major areas of law generally encountered in business and commercial law 1. Canadian Legal System 2. Contract 3. Tort Law as an academic subject places somewhat different demands on a student than would be encountered in many other university courses. It requires that the student be able to communicate clearly and effectively even when dealing with fact situations in which there is not always a clear right or wrong answer. REQUIRED COURSE MATERIALS (1) Managing the Law, The Legal Aspects of Doing Business . 3 rd Edition, McInnes, Mitchell; Prentice Hall (2) Class Notes (3)
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