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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA School of Business Department of Marketing, Business Economics and Law BLAW 301 - BUSINESS LAW, SECTION B3 Professor: Ivan Ivankovich Course Outline Class: TR 9:30 10:50 Term I1, Winter 2002 Location: CAB 265 Office: 3-21E Business Building Telephone: 492-5451 E-mail: email@example.com 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 -- Introduction to the Canadian Legal System, Contract and 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. Grading You will be graded in this course by means of your performance on two closed book examinations. Your ability to understand factual situations, solve problems and express reasoning in concise written arguments will be of primary importance in grading. The first examination will be given on Thursday, February 14 th , 2002 and will be worth 40% of the final grade. The final examination will be given on Thursday, April 25 th , 2002 at 9:00 a.m., and will be worth 60%. You are expected to write the examinations at the assigned times and no request for alternative arrangements will be entertained. It is my desire to be readily accessible to students. If you are having difficulty with any part of the course, please come and see me. My office is located at 3-21E Business Building....
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