CML 1101 Principles of Legal Research (1 units)

Introduction to the fundamentals of legal research including research techniques, bibliographical sources and the rules of legal citation.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 1102 Contracts (5 units)

Study and analysis of the basic principles of contract law. Topics covered include: conceptual and historical introduction; formation of contracts; operation of contracts; discharge of contracts; remedies. Introduction to agency.

Course Component: Lecture, Tutorial

CML 1103 Criminal Law and Procedure (5 units)

General principles of criminal law; burdens of proof; the physical and mental elements offences; select defences; basic elements of criminal procedure; the impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on both substantive and procedural issues.

Course Component: Lecture, Tutorial

CML 1105 First-Year Thematic Course (3 units)

Course designed to allow first-year student to broaden their knowledge of a specific topic in law. Topics will be set on an annual basis to respond to emerging trends.

Course Component: Lecture, Seminar

CML 1106 Dispute Resolution and Professional Responsibility (3 units)

This course teaches ethics, professional responsibility, legal problem-solving, transaction facilitation and dispute resolution through negotiation, mediation and arbitration.

Course Component: Discussion Group, Lecture

CML 1107 Torts (5 units)

Liability for interference with interests in personality, property, reputation, economic and domestic relationships; intentional interference and privileged conduct; negligence; products liability; strict liability; nuisance; misrepresentation; vicarious liability; and an introduction to the basics of legal research and legal writing.

Course Component: Lecture, Tutorial

CML 1108 Property (5 units)

Introduction to concepts of property, ownership and possession, and the law relating to interests in real and personal property. Specific topics include: gifts; bailment; finders; doctrine of tenure; contingent interests; estates; future interest; natural resources; water rights; First Nations land law; co-ownership; easements; restrictive covenants; adverse possession; trusts and their impact on family property and commercial relationships. This course will also introduce the principles of equity.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 1109 First-Year Thematic Course: Public International Law (3 units)

The formation, sources, and application of international law; the relationship between international law and municipal law; international personality; jurisdiction of states; the law of treaties; the International Court of Justice; and substantive international obligations regarding human rights,self-determination of peoples, state and diplomatic immunities, the law of the sea and the environment, international criminal law, and state responsibility.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 1110 Orientation to the Canadian Legal System (1 units)

This course provides a general orientation to the Canadian legal system including aspects of legal research and professional responsibility obligations in the Canadian context.

Course Component: Seminar

Pass/Fail.

CML 1203 Criminal Law and Procedure (6 units)

General principles of criminal law; burdens of proof; the physical and mental elements offences; select defences; basic elements of criminal procedure; the impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on both substantive and procedural issues.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 1205 Introduction to Public and Constitutional Law (5 units)

This course introduces students to the structure of the Canadian legal system, including: sources of law, the federal legislative process and statutory interpretation; the legal system's constitutional basis; the organization of courts and tribunals in Canada and appeal processes; and the role of the courts in overseeing legislative and administrative action. It also introduces students to basic principles of Canadian constitutional law: sources of the Canadian Constitution; constitutional supervision and the role of the courts; the advent of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; the framework of the Charter; an introduction to the fundamental rights and freedoms protected by the Charter; and an introduction to constitutional remedies.

Course Component: Lecture, Tutorial

CML 1206 Introduction to Public and Constitutional Law (6 units)

This course introduces students to the structure of the Canadian legal system, including: sources of law, the federal legislative process and statutory interpretation; the legal system's constitutional basis; the organization of courts and tribunals in Canada and appeal processes; and the role of the courts in overseeing legislative and administrative action. It also introduces students to basic principles of Canadian constitutional law: sources of the Canadian Constitution; constitutional supervision and the role of the courts; the advent of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; the framework of the Charter; an introduction to the fundamental rights and freedoms protected by the Charter; and an introduction to constitutional remedies. CML 1206 is offered in a small group format in which students also learn skills associated with legal reasoning through legal writing.

Course Component: Discussion Group, Lecture

CML 12061 Introduction to Public and Constitutional Law

This course introduces students to the structure of the Canadian legal system, including: sources of law, the federal legislative process and statutory interpretation; the legal system's constitutional basis; the organization of courts and tribunals in Canada and appeal processes; and the role of the courts in overseeing legislative and administrative action. It also introduces students to basic principles of Canadian constitutional law: sources of the Canadian Constitution; constitutional supervision and the role of the courts; the advent of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; the framework of the Charter; an introduction to the fundamental rights and freedoms protected by the Charter; and an introduction to constitutional remedies. CML 1206 is offered in a small group format in which students also learn skills associated with legal reasoning through legal writing.

Volet / Course Component: Cours magistral / Lecture

CML 12062 Introduction to Public and Constitutional Law (6 crédits / 6 units)

This course introduces students to the structure of the Canadian legal system, including: sources of law, the federal legislative process and statutory interpretation; the legal system's constitutional basis; the organization of courts and tribunals in Canada and appeal processes; and the role of the courts in overseeing legislative and administrative action. It also introduces students to basic principles of Canadian constitutional law: sources of the Canadian Constitution; constitutional supervision and the role of the courts; the advent of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; the framework of the Charter; an introduction to the fundamental rights and freedoms protected by the Charter; and an introduction to constitutional remedies. CML 1206 is offered in a small group format in which students also learn skills associated with legal reasoning through legal writing.

Volet / Course Component: Cours magistral / Lecture

CML 1207 Torts (6 units)

Liability for interference with interests in personality, property, reputation, economic and domestic relationships; intentional interference and privileged conduct; negligence; products liability; automobile accident compensation; liability of occupiers of land; strict liability; nuisance; misrepresentation; vicarious liability.

Course Component: Discussion Group, Lecture

CML 1502 Recherche juridique (1 crédits)

Introduction aux techniques fondamentales de la recherche juridique, aux sources bibliographiques et aux règles de la citation juridique, avec instance sur les exercices pratiques.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1506 Introduction à la résolution des différends et au professionnalisme (3 crédits)

Dans le cadre de ce cours, on enseigne la déontologie, la responsabilité professionnelle, la résolution de problèmes juridiques, la facilitation de transactions et la résolution de différends par le biais de la négociation, de la médiation et de l'arbitrage.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1508 Droit des biens (3 crédits)

Introduction aux principes fondamentaux du droit des biens au Canada (par ex. la possession, les diverses formes de propriété, le titre autochtone, la copropriété et l'aliénation des biens) et à certains enjeux sociaux propres à ce domaine de droit (par ex. le droit des autochtones, les droits socio-économiques et l'environnement). L'accent sera mis sur les biens réels.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML1608.

CML 1511 Compétences et habiletés juridiques (3 crédits)

Cours visant à développer, de façon intégrée, les habiletés en matière de recherche et rédaction juridiques et les compétences en plaidoirie, enseignées selon diverses méthodes d'apprentissage expérientiel.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1602 Les contrats (6 crédits)

Étude des grands principes du droit des contrats : introduction au concept et historique ; les principes de l'Equity ; la formation des contrats ; la validité et la preuve du contrat ; l'interprétation du contrat ; les effets du contrat ; la résiliation du contrat ; les sanctions pour inexécution du contrat ; introduction au mandat.

Volet : Cours magistral, Tutoriel

CML 1603 Droit pénal et procédure (6 crédits)

Principes généraux du droit criminel: le fardeau de preuve, les éléments matériels et moraux de l'infraction; les défenses (de consentement, de légitime défense, de nécessité, de contrainte, d'erreur ou d'accident, d'apparence de droit, d'aliénation mentale et d'ivresse); les tentatives d'infraction et les complots, les parties aux infractions; les atteintes à la personne; les atteintes au bien d'autrui. Introduction à la procédure pénale. Impact de la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés sur les questions de fond et de procédure.

Volet : Cours magistral, Tutoriel

CML 1607 Délits civils (6 crédits)

Introduction au concept et fondements de la responsabilité; les systèmes d'indemnisation; les recours; la négligence; les atteintes intentionnelles à la personne et à la propriété; la responsabilité de l'occupant, la responsabilité du fait d'autrui; la nuisance.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1613 Droit constitutionnel I (3 crédits)

Introduction à la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés, y compris les principes et techniques d interprétation; les exigences procédurales relatives au litige sous la Charte; la portée et l'application de la Charte; les limites aux droits protégés; la liberté d expression; le droit à la vie, à la liberté et à la sécurité de sa personne; le droit à l'égalité; les droits linguistiques; et les recours.

Volet : Cours magistral, Tutoriel

CML 1701 Délits civils et responsabilité extracontractuelle I (3 crédits)

Analyse comparée des règles régissant la responsabilité extracontractuelle en droit civil et les délits civils en Common Law. Étude de certains régimes spéciaux d'indemnisation.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1702 Délits civils et responsabilité extracontractuelle II (3 crédits)

Analyse comparée des règles régissant la responsabilité extracontractuelle en droit civil et les délits civils en Common Law. Étude de certains régimes spéciaux d'indemnisation.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1703 Rédaction juridique (3 crédits)

Apprentissage des particularités de la rédaction de textes juridiques principalement au moyen d'exercices pratiques.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1704 Législation (3 crédits)

Survol du processus législatif : le rôle de la législation dans le système juridique, la création, l'application et l'interprétation des lois. Ce cours traite également de l'administration de la justice et du système judiciaire incluant les cours d appel et les tribunaux administratifs.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1705 Droit, histoire et société (3 crédits)

Ce cours se veut une introduction comparative aux institutions de la common law et du droit civil, à leurs sources historiques, perspectives théoriques et méthodologies respectives. Le cours abordera également dautres systèmes juridiques tels que le droit musulman.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 1717 Introduction au droit public (3 crédits)

Étude des origines et de la nature actuelle du système juridique au Canada. Revue des grandes lignes des systèmes de la Common Law et de droit civil en vigueur au Canada et des problèmes spéciaux que pose le Fédéralisme Canadien. Une analyse particulière des sujets suivants: le droit public, le droit international public, le processus législatif, le système judiciaire, le droit pénal, le droit administratif et le rôle de la jurisprudence.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2101 Appellate Advocacy (3 units)

Practical instruction and participation in oral and written appellate advocacy at the introduction level. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 2104 Real Estate Transactions (3 units)

An in-depth review of issues in land conveyancing including agreements of purchase and sale, remedies relating to land transactions, condominiums, mortgages, title insurance, computerization of land records, and transaction closings.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2105 Introduction to Civil Law (3 units)

This course introduces students to the civil law system used in Quebec and most countries internationally.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2107 Advanced Torts (3 units)

Analysis of the evolution of modern Canadian tort law as an instrument of social betterment. Topics may include areas of contemporary interest such as medical malpractice, products liability, auto accident compensation, rescuers and the law, torts and sexual abuse, vicarious liability, mental disability and torts, children and torts, tobacco torts, mass torts, torture as tort and cybertorts.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2117 Introduction to Law (3 units)

Introduction to the legal tradition of British origin applied in Canada (with the exception of civil matters in Quebec), the common law: the theory, methodology and underlying values of this legal system.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: 18 university credits. This course cannot be counted towards any program offered by either section of the Faculty of Law.

CML 2118 The Law of Democracy (3 units)

Investigation of central topics in the law of democracy and examination of the rules and institutions structuring the electoral and political processes. Focus on the right to vote, campaign finance, electoral boundaries, disputed elections, voter suppression, political expression, and the role of electoral management bodies such as Elections Canada. Immersion in theoretical and policy debates about legal regulation of democracy. Reference to other democracies such as the United States, Australia, India, and comparison with Canada.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the major paper requirement.

CML 2135 Law Review Editorship - Second Year (3 units)

Participation in second year as Associate Editors on the Board of Editors of the Ottawa Law Review is treated as the equivalent to taking a 3-unit optional course or seminar. Associate Editors are selected on the basis of a competitive application process, which takes into account their application package and an editing exercise. Successful applicants are informed in March of the year preceding their tenure.

Course Component: Work Term

Students are graded based on the quality of their work. Students will receive either a S (satisfactory) or 'Satisfactory with distinction' or NS 'Non satisfactory' grade.

CML 2178 Conviction Review Project I (3 units)

This practicum offers a unique opportunity to analyze criminal trials and appeals and work with clients who assert their innocence. Students will work individually and within groups on specific legal and practical issues related to actual innocence, legal theory and criminal practice.

Course Component: Work Term

No prerequisite for CML2178 although preference will be given to students who volunteered in year 1 or who have equivalent experience.

CML 2179 Access to Justice Practicum (Level I) (3 units)

This course offers students the opportunity to contribute to providing real-world, community-oriented legal assistance in selected legal areas. Students will work individually and/or within groups, under academic and professional supervision, on specific legal and practical issues in the selected legal area. Students will apply and enhance substantive legal knowledge and practical legal skills.

Course Component: Work Term

The course is graded as S (Satisfactory) or NS (Non Satisfactory).

CML 2184 Access to Justice Practicum (Level I, Enhanced) (3 units)

This course expands and builds on the substantive legal knowledge and practical legal skills developed in CML 2179.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 2179. The course is graded as S (Satisfactory) or NS (Non Satisfactory).

CML 2213 Remedies (3 units)

A study of the principal remedies available at law and equity, their roles and interrelationships. This course will include a detailed examination of the remoteness, measure and mitigation of damages in Tort and Contract; liquidated, punitive and nominal damages; incidence of taxation upon damages; specific performance, injunctions and declaratory judgments; actions for money had and received, quantum merit, tracing and following; and judicial review.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2214 Civil Procedure II (3 units)

This is a continuation of Civil Procedure I including an examination of the Courts of Justice Act, 1984, and the Rules of Civil Procedure relating to pleadings, productions, motions, examinations for discovery, pre-trials, preparation for trial, applications and cross-examinations, and judicial review.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: CML 2309.

CML 2301 Aboriginal Peoples and the Law (3 units)

This is a general survey course that examines the unique legal position and perspectives of the Indian, Metis and Inuit peoples in Canadian law, specifically Aboriginal Title; Aboriginal and treaty rights such as claims to resources (including rights to traditional activities of hunting and fishing); land claim and self-government agreements; the fiduciary obligations of federal and provincial governments; recognition of traditional and customary laws and institutions; and international developments. Some comparative analysis of Indigenous rights in other countries will be undertaken.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2302 Business Organizations (3 units)

Introduction to the most common methods of carrying on business, including the nature of the interests at stake in a business enterprise (those of owners, directors, officers, employees, creditors and the public); the ways in which the law governing business enterprises mediates among these interests; how to set up a small private corporation; when corporations are liable for contractual tortuous and criminal obligations; when directors and officers have breached their duties to the corporation; and the lawyer's role in advising corporate clients.

Course Component: Lecture

Previously CML2202.

CML 2303 Landlord and Tenant (3 units)

Basic problems of the law of landlord and tenant including critical analysis of tenancy agreements; the creation and nature of the relationship of landlord and tenant; types of tenancies; requisites of a valid agreement for a lease; obligations of the landlord as well as of the tenant; problems relating to assignment of leases; termination of tenancies; and remedies available to both landlord and tenant with reference to the Tenant Protection Act and Commercial Tenancies Act.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2305 Introduction to Family Law (3 units)

This course explores the fundamental relation between law and the family, focusing on three contexts: the creation of the family unit, the regulation of the on-going family, and problems at family breakdown. The course provides an overview of such areas as marriage, divorce, custody and access, child support, spousal support and division of family property.

Course Component: Lecture

Previously CML2205.

CML 2309 Civil Procedure I (3 units)

A general overview of the law of procedure, reflecting existing and proposed Rules of Practice. "Cause of action" and basic jurisdictional concepts and courts hierarchy. Consideration from consultation through originating process, service (including ex juries), pleadings, to pre-trial. Summary and interlocutory motions. Defaults. Aspects of judgments, costs and appeals. Parties including joinder, set-off and counterclaim and Third Party.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2311 Mortgages (3 units)

The law of mortgages of land and its pratical application; rights of the mortgagor to discharge of the mortgage; remedies of the mortgagee including actions for payment and possession, forecluosure, power of sale and judicial sale; interest charged in mortgages; guarantees of mortgage obligations; sale of land subject to mortgage; priority between mortgage and other claiments; rightss to insurance money; consolidation and marshalling; and other matters.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2312 Administrative Law (3 units)

This course expounds legal control over the administrative process and the exercise of power by public officials as these controls have developed in the administration, the legislature and the courts. Particular attention will be devoted to administrative procedure, including the right to notice and comment prior to the exercise of administrative power, the meaning of bias and impartial tribunals in various administrative settings, judicial review of administrative action and remedies available.

Course Component: Lecture

Previously CML2212.

CML 2313 Constitutional Law II (3 units)

A course on the division of powers and related issues arising under the Canadian constitution. This course also covers constitutional rights pertaining to Aboriginal peoples. This course is a required course.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2314 Constitutional Litigation (3 units)

Practical, supervised seminar in which to plan, design, research and litigate a real-life, path-breaking constitutional case. Students will assist the client to identify its objectives, assess the evidence, identify and assess causes of action, develop and assess novel forms of proceedings, and litigate in court.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 2315 Advanced Constitutional Law and Equality Rights (3 units)

Equality rights under sections 15 and 28 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom; history of other constitutional regimes; current framework; theoretical and remedial perspective; relationship to other provisions; enumerated and non-enumerated grounds; affirmative action.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2316 Advanced Constitutional Law and Legal Rights (3 units)

The legal rights provisions of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, sections 7 to 14; a theoretical, historical and comparative examination of these provisions with emphasis on the criminal and penal context, remedial implications; contribution of legal rights provisions to non-criminal areas of the law.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2317 Advanced Problems in Canadian Federalism (3 units)

Current problems in Canadian federalism; emphasis on division of powers in co-operative federalism in areas such as the environment, natural resources, trade and commerce, social programs, spending, and telecommunications. The experience of other federal systems. Special problems of constitutional change in a federal regime.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 2318 International Taxation (3 units)

Canadian income tax laws relating to foreign income and foreign taxpayers; conflicts of law in the taxation area; tax aspects of international business operations and investment by Canadian individuals, corporations and trusts; tax treatment of non-residents and foreign corporations in Canada; relationships between Canadian statutory law and Canadian income tax treaties; underlying issues of Canadian tax policy in the international tax context.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisites: CML 2302, CML 3304.

CML 2320 Mediation Theory and Practice (3 units)

General review of mediation theory, skills, and selected mediation challenges (high emotion conflict, rights-based disputes, multi-party negotiations, public policy disputes) and review of ethical and functional responsibilities of the mediator.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 2321 Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes (3 units)

Covers the full spectrum of consensual methods for consensus building, conflict prevention, and dispute resolution in both court-connected and private alternative dispute resolution processes. Topics include the dynamics of conflict, special characteristics of the primary consensual processes, negotiation, mediation and arbitration, an array of hybrid processes that use non-binding evaluation to build consensus, process and systems design as well as a topical and critical issues including neutrality, power, standards, qualifications and ethics, the impact of culture, and dispute resolution on the internet.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 2343 Commercial Law (3 units)

Introduction to the law of the sale of goods, including consumer protection. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between legal rules and commercial transactions and the role played by lawyers in commercial transactions.

Course Component: Lecture

Previously CML2403.

CML 2344 Secured Transactions (3 units)

This course examines the law of commercial transactions that involve consensual arrangements to finance the supply of goods, together with other competing interests inpersonal property. It involves a detailed study of the Ontario Personal Property Security Act. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between legal rules and commercial transactions and the role played by lawyers in commercial transactions.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 2366 Mediation Involving Families (3 units)

An interactive course using real life problems that lead to an exploration of current issues, theories, and development of skills in family mediation.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 2419 Advanced Business Law (6 crédits)

Advanced intensive program designed to integrate and build on the concepts, principles, and rules learned in introductory business and tax courses in the context of the legal problems faced by business enterprises from start-up through dissolution. It assists students to develop an understanding of the business context in which legal problems arise and of ethical and policy issues in the business law area. Emphasis is placed on the lawyer's role in business transactions and on clinical exercises such as drafting and negotiating. (Recommended: CML 2403 Commercial Law and CML 3383 Advanced Taxation)

Volet : Séminaire

Prerequisites: CML 2302, CML 3304.

CML 2501 La plaidoirie d'appel (3 crédits)

Étude du français de la plaidoirie, des règles de procédure, de rédaction du mémoire, des tactiques d'argumentation, des règles et des stratégies de la plaidoirie. Cours à la fois théorique et pratique se terminant par un tribunal-école.

Volet : Cours magistral

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 2503 Les effets de commerce (3 crédits)

Étude et analyse des effets de commerce (plus particulièrement de la lettre de change, du chèque, du billet à ordre) et des procédures telles que la création, l'acceptation, la négociation, la présentation, le paiement, le refus de paiement, les recours, la défense et les droits du détenteur.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2504 Les transactions immobilières (3 crédits)

Étude de problèmes relatifs aux transferts immobiliers; analyse critique de l'acte d'achat et de vente, de l'acte de transfert en vigueur en Ontario, des systèmes d'enregistrement des titres, des ventes forcées, des clauses restrictives et des copropriétés.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2513 Réparation en justice (3 crédits)

Étude des principaux recours disponibles en Common Law et en équité, de leurs rôles et de leur relation. Examen approfondi de la responsabilité indirecte, de la gravité des dommages et des facteurs atténuants en matière de délit et de contrat; des dommages-intérêts stipulés par contrat, de la réparation du préjudice moral et de la réparation symbolique du contrat, de l'incidence de la taxation des dommages; de l'exécution forcée; de l'injonction et des jugements déclaratoires; de l'action pour enrichissement sans cause, du droit de retracer et de suivre son bien et de la revue judiciaire.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2517 Introduction au droit (3 crédits)

Introduction au système juridique d origine britannique appliqué au Canada (à l'exception des questions civiles au Québec), la common law : la théorie, la méthodologie et les valeurs propres à ce système.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable : 18 crédits universitaires. Ce cours ne peut servir à satisfaire aux exigences des programmes offerts par l'une ou l'autre des sections de la Faculté de droit.

CML 2535 Rédaction de la revue de droit - deuxième année (3 crédits)

La participation en deuxième année au travail d'édition, à titre de rédacteur associé ou de rédactrice associée, à la publication de la Revue de droit d'Ottawa, équivaut à un cours ou un séminaire facultatif de 3 crédits. Les rédacteurs associés et les rédactrices associées sont sélectionnés par un processus d'application compétitif qui comprend des évaluations d'aptitude. Les candidats et les candidates retenus sont avisés en mars de l'année précédant leur mandat.

Volet : Stage

Les étudiants ou étudiantes dans ce cours reçoivent une Mention S (satisfaisant), avec la possibilité d'une mention d'excellence, ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 2579 Accès à la justice stage (niveau I) (3 crédits)

Ce cours utilise un format clinique, l'expérience ou l'apprentissage de stage afin d'offrir une occasion unique pour les étudiants de contribuer à fournir une assistance juridique axée sur la collectivité du monde réel dans des domaines juridiques sélectionnés. Les étudiants travailleront individuellement et / ou au sein des groupes, sous la supervision académique et professionnelle, sur les questions juridiques et pratiques spécifiques dans le domaine juridique choisi. Les étudiants pourront appliquer et améliorer les connaissances juridiques de fond et les compétences juridiques pratiques.

Volet : Stage

L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 2584 Accès à la justice stage (niveau I, avancé) (3 crédits)

Ce cours s'étend et s'appui sur les connaissances juridiques de fond et les compétences juridiques pratiques développées dans le cours CML 2579.

Volet : Stage

Prérequis: CML 2579. L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 2614 Procédure civile II (3 crédits)

Suite de Procédure civile I. Étude de la Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires, 1984 et des Règles de procédure civile relatives aux procédures écrites, à la production de documents, aux motions, aux interrogatoires préalables, aux procédures préparatoires au procès, aux requêtes, aux contre-interrogatoires et à la révision judiciaire.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable : CML 2709.

CML 2701 Les autochtones et le droit (3 crédits)

Situation juridique des peuples indiens, métis et inuit dans le système juridique canadien; processus de revendications territoriales et accords; droits ancestraux et droits issus des traités; statuts constitutionnels spéciaux; droits constitutionnels enchâssés; chasse; pêche; droits de piégeage et d'assemblée; auto-détermination; droit coutumier; lois fédérales spéciales et ententes administratives; fiscalité; tutelle de la Couronne; peuples autochtones et développement économique; régime foncier des réserves; droit international relatif aux peuples autochtones; expériences juridiques de différents pays.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2702 Droit des sociétés (3 crédits)

Cours d'introduction au droit des sociétés où les sujets suivants sont abordés : les concepts juridiques et fiduciaux dans le contexte commercial, les types de sociétés, la responsabilité des associés, le contrat de société, la personne morale, les formalités constitutives et l'organisation de la société, le financement par émission d'actions, la structure et le fonctionnement de la société, les droits des actionnaires, la responsabilité des administrateurs et administratrices et des dirigeants et dirigeantes et les recours judiciaires des actionnaires.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML2602.

CML 2703 Propriétaires et locataires (3 crédits)

Étude des problèmes fondamentaux de la loi sur les propriétaires et les locataires et analyse critique des contrats de location. Examen de la relation entre le propriétaire et son locataire, des types de location, des exigences d'un contrat de location valide, des obligations du propriétaire et du locataire, des problèmes de l'assignation de baux, de la résiliation d'un contrat de location et des recours dont disposent le propriétaire et le locataire.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2705 Introduction au droit de la famille (3 crédits)

Dans ce cours, on explore les rapports fondamentaux entre le droit et la famille, en mettant l'accent sur trois contextes en particulier : le moment où la famille se crée, la période de la relation familiale en tant que telle et la période à partir de l'éclatement de la famille. Ce cours fournit en rapport avec ces trois contextes une vue d'ensemble de sujets tels que le mariage, le divorce, les droits de garde et de visite, la pension alimentaire pour enfants, la pension alimentaire pour le conjoint et le partage des biens familiaux.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML2805.

CML 2709 Procédure civile I (3 crédits)

Un aperçu général de la procédure civile reflétant les règles de pratique existantes et proposées, ainsi que la déontologie et la responsabilité professionnelle . Théorie générale de l'action en justice. Organisation judiciaire et compétence des tribunaux. Procédure ordinaire et incidente en première instance : la signification incluant la signification ex juris, les plaidoiries, avant-procès. Requêtes introductives et interlocutoires. Procédures en cas de défaut de comparaître ou de plaider. Jugements, dépens et appels. Les parties, incluant la jonction de partie, la jonction d'instances, la consolidation d'instances et la mise-en-cause des tiers.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2711 Les hypothèques (3 crédits)

Les hypothèques immobilières: la nature de l'hypothèque; les recours du créancier hypothécaire -- l'action en forclusion, la vente judiciaire et la vente extra-judiciaire, l'action personnelle sur l'engagement et la prise de possession; l'intérêt, les frais et les dépenses; les principes généraux de la loi sur le cautionnement hypothécaire; les droits et les obligations des acquéreurs du droit de rachat, de la seconde hypothèque ou d'autres hypothèques secondaires et les doctrines y afférentes; les priorités et l'enregistrement; les doctrines de rattachement, d'ordre d'affectation des biens aux dettes et de consolidation; la cession de l'hypothèque et des hypothèques secondaires.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2712 Droit administratif (3 crédits)

Étude de l'action administrative en général - ses justifications et ses limites - et du contrôle exercé sur cette action par les cours de justice. Une analyse sera portée sur la tension entre les principes de la primauté du droit et de la suprématie du parlement. Une étude sera portée sur le contrôle judiciaire de la procédure décisionnelle, y compris l'impartialité et l'indépendance du décideur, et de la substance de la décision. L'interaction entre le droit administratif et le droit constitutionnel sera aussi examinée.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML2512.

CML 2713 Droit constitutionnel II (3 crédits)

Il s'agit d'un cours sur le partage des compétences et les questions qui en découlent en vertu de la Constitution canadienne. Ce cours traite également du droit constitutionnel relatif aux peuples autochtones.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2714 Théorie du droit constitutionnel (3 crédits)

Étude théorique des principes de droit constitutionnel dont le partage des compétences législatives, les droits et les obligations constitutionnels, les modifications constitutionnelles, la légitimité judiciaire et les aspects constitutionnels de la citoyenneté.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2715 Droit constitutionnel approfondi : Les droits à l'égalité (3 crédits)

Les droits à l'égalité en vertu des articles 15 et 28 de la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés; l'histoire; d'autres régimes constitutionnels; le contexte canadien actuel; perspective théorique et corrective; rapports avec les autres dispositions; motifs de discrimination énumérés et non énumérés; examen de l'action positive.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2716 Droit constitutionnel approfondi : Les garanties juridiques (3 crédits)

Les garanties juridiques en vertu des articles 7 à 14 de la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés; examen théorique, historique et en droit comparé de ces dispositions en particulier dans le contexte criminel et pénal; conséquences des mesures correctives; contribution des dispositions relatives aux garanties juridiques dans des domaines du droit autres que le droit criminel.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2717 Problèmes du fédéralisme canadien (3 crédits)

Étude approfondie de problèmes d'actualité sur le fédéralisme canadien. Une importance particulière est accordée au partage des pouvoirs en matière de fédéralisme coopératif dans des domaines tels que l'environnement, les ressources naturelles, le commerce, les programmes sociaux, les dépenses et les télécommunications. Étude d'autres systèmes de fédéralisme; problèmes particuliers des modifications constitutionnelles dans un régime fédéral.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 2718 Droit fiscal international (3 crédits)

Les lois fiscales canadiennes relatives aux revenus étrangers et aux contribuables étrangers; conflits de lois en droit fiscal international; aspects fiscaux des transactions commerciales et des investissements effectués au niveau international par les sociétés, les sociétés de fiducie et les individus canadiens; traitement fiscal appliqué aux non-résidents et aux sociétés étrangères au Canada; rapports entre les lois canadiennes et les traités canadiens en matière de fiscalité; questions sous-jacentes de la politique fiscale canadienne dans le contexte de la fiscalité internationale.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalables : CML 2702, CML 3704.

CML 2741 Philosophie du droit (3 crédits)

Définitions, moyens et fin du droit. Étude des grandes écoles de philosophie juridique.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 2743 Droit commercial (3 crédits)

Survol de certains domaines du droit commercial dont les interventions législatives en matière de contrats commerciaux, de contrats de consommation, de contrats de franchise et de contrats de suretés mobilières. L'accent sera placé sur la relation entre les règles de droit pertinentes et des contextes commerciaux typiques, ainsi que sur le rôle du juriste dans ce contexte.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML2803.

CML 2819 Cours approfondi de droit des affaires (6 crédits)

Programme approfondi et intensif des concepts, des principes et des règles de base du droit des affaires et du droit fiscal; choix de problèmes juridiques auxquels sont confrontées les sociétés commerciales de leur création à leur dissolution; questions d'éthique et de politique en droit des affaires; rôle de l'avocat dans les transactions commerciales; exercices cliniques de rédaction commerciale et de négociations.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalables : CML 2702, CML 3704. Concomitant : CML 3783.

CML 3101 Private International Law (3 units)

Introduction to the rules which determine when a court in the Canadian common law provinces has authority to decide a dispute involving a foreign element; what law will apply to the issue in dispute, and the requirements for the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards. The course will consider the application of the rules of private international law in the fields of contracts, torts, property, and family law.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3102 Special Course in Business Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics relating to business law including, among other things, coverage of fiduciary duties in a commercial context.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3105 Selected Topics in Family Law (3 units)

Selected topics in family law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3107 Corporate Governance Theory and Practice (3 units)

This course introduces students to the theoretical aspects of corporate governance, focusing on current theory and its impact on practice, and provides students with a contextual understanding of the subject. The course includes the legal framework of corporate governance.

Course Component: Seminar

Method of Evaluation: Students write a paper on a topic to be determined in consultation with the professor.

CML 3108 Applied Corporate Governance (3 units)

This is an active learning course that provides students with "hands-on" knowledge of corporate governance practice in listed corporations. Under faculty supervision, students working in teams will review corporate disclosures and reports, and prepare reports on the status of governance in the corporations.

Course Component: Seminar

Method of Evaluation: Pass/Fail.

CML 3112 Theory and Practice of Social Justice Law (3 units)

Legal research and advocacy skills and ethical requirements for the practice of public interest advocacy law, focussing on constitutional equality and social justice claims, systemic discrimination against women, poor persons , immigrants, refugees, racialized and aboriginal persons, persons living with physical or mental disabilities, sexual, religious or linguistic minorities, the young or the elderly; emerging theoretical and doctrinal issues in equality, human rights, civil rights and fundamental rights jurisprudence.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3113 American Constitutional Law (3 units)

Overview and analysis of the key principles of the Constitution of the United States and the U.S. Bill of Rights.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3117 International Law (3 units)

Introduction to the international legal system. A selection of substantive international legal topics will be covered such as: the origins and nature of the international legal system; the formation, sources and application of international law; the law of treaties; international legal personality; the institutional framework of international law; the relationship between states and territory; state jurisdiction; jurisdictional immunities of states; state responsibility. No prior knowledge of international law will be assumed.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: 51 university credits. This course cannot be counted towards any program offered by either section of the Faculty of Law, except for the certificate and the minor programs in Civil Law.

CML 3119 Studies in Oral Advocacy (3 units)

Course providing training and experience in making oral representations on behalf of a client in one of a range of settings.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3120 Moot Court Competition (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in an advanced mooting competition designated as such in a given year.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3121 Gale Cup Moot (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Gale Cup Moot.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3125 National Aboriginal Law Moot: Kawaskimhon "Speaking With Knowledge (3 units)

Two or three students are chosen to represent the Faculty in a non-competitive aboriginal law moot. Law schools represent various parties in an Aboriginal law dispute. However, unlike traditional moots, the Kawaskimhon moot occurs in a consensus circle decision-making format.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3126 Communications Law (3 units)

An examination of the regulatory framework relating to the communications industry in Canada. A number of industry sectors will be examined, including the telecommunications, broadcasting, cable television, digital media, wireless and Internet sectors, with particular focus on the laws and policy considerations that affect their activities.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3127 Wilson Moot Competition (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Wilson Moot Competition.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3128 Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Competition (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Competition.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3130 International Criminal Law (3 units)

Examination of the evolution of international criminal law from a historical perspective, the groundbreaking institutions such as the Security Council Tribunals, hybrid tribunals and the International Criminal Court, definitions of international crimes and general principles of international criminal law and procedure. Study of related issues such as jurisdiction, immunity and humanitarian interventions.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3131 Public International Law (3 units)

The formation, sources, and application of international law; the relationship between international law and municipal law; international personality; jurisdiction of states; the law of treaties; the International Court of Justice; and substantive international obligations regarding human rights,self-determination of peoples, state and diplomatic immunities, the law of the sea and the environment, international criminal law, and state responsibility.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3132 Willms and Shier Environmental Law Moot (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Willms & Shier Environmental Law Moot.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3135 International Law and Developing Countries (3 units)

Examination of the role of international law, international and domestic legal institutions and domestic legal reform in promoting sustainable development in developing countries. Topics may include: globalization, the environment, property rights, democratic and human rights, markets and investments, ethnic conflict, governance and corruption, technology, women s equality, rights of indigenous peoples, and aid to developing countries

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3136 Disability Rights (3 units)

Exploration of how law can be used as a tool to empower people with disabilities and work for the advancement of social justice on issues relating to disability rights. Introduction to a variety of paradigms and conceptions for thinking about disability issues and the differences between impairment, disability and handicap through jurisprudence and other scholarly materials. Review of current issues such as disability rights in the workplace, reproduction and the "right to die".

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3137 Critical Race Theory (3 units)

Exploration of the burgeoning dynamic body of legal scholarship known as "Critical Race Theory." Analysis of the concept of "race" and how it is constructed in Western law and society. Examination of how power and privilege are commonly "race based" and interact with other "intersectionalities". Critical analysis of the notion that "law" is objective, technical, and apolitical as well as the role of the law in creating and re-enforcing inequity.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3138 Law and Literature (3 units)

Examination of how the legal process and justice is represented in literature, a comparison of legal and literary modes of Interpretation, and an analysis of how law regulates literature. Exploration of how law and literature, respectively, interpret, evaluate, and define literature as a legal object and law as a literary subject.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3139 WTO/ELSA WTO Law Moot (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the WTO/ELSA WTO Law Moot.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3140 Canadian Corporate/Securities (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Canadian Corporate/Securities Competition.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3142 Intellectual Property Advocacy (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot, or another intellectual property law moot.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3143 International Investment Law (3 units)

An overview of the principles shaping the law of foreign investment, as they have been defined in investment treaties and by the jurisprudence of international tribunals, and the procedures for investor-state arbitration under bilateral investment treaties and NAFTA, chapter 11.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3144 Defending Battered Women on Trial (3 units)

Analysis of the legal and societal context involved in trials of women accused of murder. Topics covered include the constraints upon Crown attorneys and defence lawyers, wife battering and femicide in Canada, the construction of both a prosecution and a defence, expert witnesses, the defences available to battered women, the specific barriers confronted by Aboriginal women, and possible legal and other reforms.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3145 Animals and the Law (3 units)

Legal, historical and philosophical approaches to the treatment of non-human animals and the legal regimes regulating their treatment.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3146 Sexual Assault Law (3 units)

The impact on complainants of the laws governing the prosecution of sexual assault. The cases, statutes and secondary sources are analyzed from a feminist framework.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3147 Wrongful Convictions (3 units)

The study of how wrongful convictions occur, and how to investigate, remedy and prevent them. Issues studies include false confessions, mistaken eyewitness identification, jailhouse informants and "tunnel vision" by criminal justice participants.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3148 Toxic Tort Law (3 units)

Private law strategies to address torts involving environmental contamination and defective chemical products (including pharmaceuticals).

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3149 Canadian Military Law (3 units)

The study of Canadian military law including military justice, the law of armed conflict, international law and military aspects of other substantive areas of law.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3150 Race, Racism and the Law (3 units)

This course examines race, racism and racial distinctions in the law through the lens of critical race theory.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3151 Access to Health Care (3 units)

Public policy challenges facing federal and provincial governments in providing Canadians with health care services. Topics will include the legal structure and financing of Canada s Medicare system, the social determinants of health, the right to health protected by international human rights instruments and the role of courts in adjudicating individual claims for health care through the constitution and how Canada compare to other OECD countries.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3152 Supreme Court Seminar (3 units)

Firsthand study of the Supreme Court of Canada, including contact with some of its judges and officials. Selected topics relating to Supreme Court and appellate advocacy, including items of procedural and substantive interest. Participants will focus on the role of the Supreme Court as a major institution of Canadian government.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3153 Federal Tribunals Practice (3 units)

Students will be assigned to a specific administrative tribunal in Ottawa for one-half day per week during the term. Through readings, observation and work assignments, the student will gain both a legal and practical understanding of the manner in which the tribunal exercises its statutory mandate. Evaluation will be determined on the basis of performance at the tribunal and a term paper.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 2312.

CML 3154 Trial Advocacy (3 units)

Instruction on and demonstration of advocacy techniques, including witness examinations, cross-examinations, preparation of arguments and opening and closing addresses in civil trials.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3155 Legal Drafting (3 units)

Mastery of techniques of analyzing legal text and drafting legislation and other legal instruments. Focus is on skill development through exercises in analysis and drafting.

Course Component: Tutorial

CML 3156 Sentencing Theory and Practice (3 units)

Overview of the functioning of sentencing process in criminal cases. Analysis of sentencing theory, principles and goals. Review of available dispositions and current issues.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3157 Criminal Justice Trial Avocation Special Issues Domestic Violence and Hate Crimes (3 units)

Analysis of the unique components of domestic violence and hate crimes with a view to preparing students interested in the practice of criminal law to be excellent trial lawyers in cases of this nature.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3158 Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy (3 units)

Instruction on and demonstration of effective advocacy techniques before trial courts in criminal matters.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3159 Copyright Law (3 units)

Examination of the provisions of the Canadian Copyright Act and the fundamental principles of copyright law. Consideration will also be given to the application and effectiveness of copyright in the face of advancing technologies.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3160 Advanced Criminal Procedure (3 units)

Supplements and expands upon the basic introduction to criminal procedures given in CML 1203 and CML 1223 (Criminal Law and Procedure) byexamining specific stages of investigative, pretrial, and trial procedures.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3161 International Environmental Law (3 units)

Examination of the nature and significance of international law, policy and institutions in contemporary responses to global environmental issues ranging from endangered species to climate change. Other topics to be considered include international air and water pollution, the transportation of hazardous wastes, and ocean resources.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3162 Studies in Aboriginal Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of Aboriginal law. Topics may include Aboriginal Justice issues, comparative analysis of Aboriginal law in other countries, and international Aboriginal rights law. the intent of this course is to take one or two specific topics of Aboriginal law and to examine them in particular detail.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3163 The Law of the Sea (3 units)

Examination of the international regime for the oceans, including the jurisdiction of states over the maritime areas adjacent to their coasts, the delimitation of maritime boundaries between states, fisheries, the international seabed area, navigation, and the protection of the marine environment. Particular attention will be paid to issues affecting Canada, including the legal regime for the Arctic, boundary delimitation and high seas and straddling stock fisheries.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3165 Arnup Cup (3 units)

Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Arnup Cup.

Course Component: Tutorial

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3171 Student-Proposed Internship (3 units)

An internship can be proposed by any student who wishes to further enhance his or her knowledge of a specific area of law while gaining workplace-related skills. The internship proposal must be submitted to the Common Law Section for approval. Approval will only be granted if the Section is satisfied that the internship is pedagogically worthwhile for the student and that the organization or individual supervising the student understands its obligation to provide the student with a professional experience which will enhance the student s legal knowledge.

Course Component: Work Term

Grading for the internship will be on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory) basis.

CML 3173 Law-Related Internship (3 units)

Law-related internship created by the Common Law Section to provide students with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of a specific area of law while gaining workplace-related skills. The Law-Related Internship must have been approved in advance by the Common Law Section. Approval will only be granted if the Section is satisfied that the internship is pedagogically worthwhile for the student and that the organization or individual supervising the student understands its obligation to provide the student with a professional experience which will enhance the student s legal knowledge.

Course Component: Work Term

Grading for the internship will be on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory) basis.

CML 3174 Dean's Research and Writing Fellows (3 units)

Advanced legal research and writing skills. Students work with a faculty member and a lawyer mentor on an advanced legal research memo, and are themselves mentors for first year students in the introduction to legal research course.

Course Component: Work Term

Students are admitted by application.

CML 3175 Crown Attorney Assignment (3 units)

Practical course allowing students to gain greater knowledge of the practical aspect of Criminal Law, including procedure and advocacy.

Course Component: Work Term

The internships are graded on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory).

CML 3176 Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada Internship (3 units)

The Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada Internships are research based internships which take place in various legal services sections of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada under the supervision of a lawyer.

Course Component: Work Term

The internships are graded on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory).

CML 3177 Department of Justice Internship (3 units)

The Department of Justice Internships are research based internships which take place in various legal services units and agencies of the federal government under the supervision of a lawyer.

Course Component: Work Term

The internships are graded on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory).

CML 3178 Conviction Review Project II (3 units)

This practicum offers a unique opportunity to analyse criminal trials and appeals and work with clients who assert their innocence. Students will work individually and within groups on specific legal and practical issues. Students will oversee files, supervise other students, and interact with lawyers and government officials.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 2178.

CML 3180 Environmental Law Clinic (3 units)

Students will work on environmental problems and cases, on behalf of community and environmental groups, as part of the Environmental Law Clinic. The clinic will be operated in partnership with Ecojustice Canada, the country's largest public interest environmental law organization. The Clinic's goal is to promote a more in-depth understanding of environmental law by providing hands-on experience to build on students' classroom learning. At least two experienced environmental lawyers will supervise students and direct the clinic. Students, working under supervision, will be directly involved in all aspects of providing environmental law services to community and non-profit groups. There will be a lecture component designed to enhance the hands-on clinic experience.

Course Component: Work Term

Grading for the internship will be on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory) basis. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3181 Sexuality, Gender and the Law (3 units)

Exploration of current issues in the struggle for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered legal equality as well as the approach of the Supreme Court of Canada to equality theory generally. Differences in perspectives between lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered persons will be considered.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3182 Water Law (3 units)

Analysis of the legal framework affecting the allocation and protection of water supply in the domestic and international contexts. Review of basic systems of water rights (riparianism, appropriation, and administrative allocation). Examination of constitutional authority over water management in Canada and principles developed in the international context to address water-related problems.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3183 Women and the Legal Profession (3 units)

Analysis of trial transcripts from women s murder trials. Critical analysis of trial transcripts as a record of the "truth", the ethical and other constraints upon Crown attorneys and defence lawyers, the context of wife battering and femicide in Canada, the construction of both a prosecution and a defence, the use of expert witnesses, the defences available to battered women who kill, the specific barriers confronted by Aboriginal women, as well as legal and other reforms that are possible in this area.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3186 Access to Justice Practicum (Level II) (3 units)

This course uses a clinical, experiential or practicum learning format to offer a unique opportunity for students to contribute to providing real-world community-oriented legal assistance in selected legal areas. Students will work individually and/or within groups, under academic and professional supervision, on specific legal and practical issues in the selected legal area. In addition, students will undertake advanced skills tasks, such as co-ordinating file work, supervising other students, and interacting with lawyers, government officials and other relevant parties.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 2179 or CML 2184. The course is graded as S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory).

CML 3187 Access to Justice Practicum (Level II, Enhanced) (3 units)

This course expands and builds on the knowledge and skills developed in CML 3186. Students will undertake advanced skills tasks, such as coordinating file work, mentoring other students, and interacting with lawyers, government officials and other relevant parties.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 3186. The course is graded as S (Satisfactory) or NS (Non Satisfactory).

CML 3193 Forensic Science (3 units)

Application of scientific and medical knowledge to evidence and criminal law through the use of recognized expert witnesses from different branches of forensic science.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3203 Municipal and Planning Law (3 units)

Seminar dealing with municipalities, the exercise of powers, municipal liabilities and obligations, prosecutions, challenges to municipal decisions, and land-use planning. Emphasis is on the application of 'theory' to 'practice' with guest lecturers, case studies, 'role-playing' and class participation, and a mock hearing or paper.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3205 Wills and Trusts

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3206 Wills and the Law of Succession (3 units)

This course examines the law of succession and its centrepiece, the will, with considerable focus given to the formal and substantive validity of wills. In addition to disposing of property by will, it looks at "will substitutes" and other property concepts relevant to succesion. Substantial regard is given to the various statutory rights and obligations that affect ability to dispose of property by way of will. Central to the course is the theme of preventing solicitor liability in the Wills and Estates practice areas.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3211 Comparative Law (3 units)

Introduction to the theory and methodology of comparative law. Examination of major contemporary legal traditions through selected topics.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3212 Insolvency and Bankruptcy (3 units)

The law of receivership including methods of appointing receivers, realization on security, and rights of the debtor and of third parties, the law pertaining to the liquidation of assets, including bankruptcy.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3213 Statutory Interpretation (3 units)

Critical review of current rules, principles and methods of statutory interpretation; consideration of theoretical issues; development of skills in analyzing and constructing arguments. Courses DCL 7313, CML 3213 cannot be combined for units.

Course Component: Lecture

The courses CML3213, DCL7313 cannot be combined for credits.

CML 3214 Legislative and Regulatory Process (3 units)

The process of enacting statutes and regulations in Canada: Parliamentary process; role of government departments; members of Parliament and parliamentary committees; defining regulations and other statutory instruments; role of Governor in Council; and procedure for the making of regulations.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3221 Criminology (3 units)

Problems of the Criminal Process: theories of causes of crime; ambit and limitations of criminal law regulation; criminological and behavioural science approaches, sanctions and corrections; dispositional options, devices and aids; probation; institutions; transition; parole and aftercare; statistics; mental illness problems; young offenders; alcohol and drugs; recidivism; habitual and dangerous offenders; judges, prosecutors, police, experts, administrators and others involved in the process; the role, responsibilities and limitations of lawyers.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3227 Legal History (3 units)

Selected historical topics in the development of public and private law, comparing the Canadian, British, and American experience in social context.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3228 Comparative Constitutional Law (3 units)

Selected constitutions, historical origins, social and economic conditions, nature of legislative, administrative and judicial authority, amending formula and current constitutional issues. Comparison of historical, political, social and legal differences.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3233 Labour Law I (3 units)

General introduction to labour law with the primary concentration upon the private sector within Ontario. Topics canvassed include the rights to unionize, unfair labour practices, the certification process, collective bargaining, and industrial conflict.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3234 Labour Law II (3 units)

Specialized course on the methods of dispute settlement in labour relations law, with particular accent on the process and jurisprudence of labour arbitration in the private sector.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: CML 3233. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3235 Law Review Editorship (6 units)

Membership on the Student Board of Editors of the Ottawa Law Review is treated as equivalent to taking a 90-hour optional course or seminar, and students who achieve the distinction of student editorship are graded on their law review work.

Course Component: Work Term

Students in this course are evaluated on the basis of a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory).

CML 3241 Jurisprudence (3 units)

A study of major theories and concepts of law with particular emphasis on Anglo-American thought and its connection with contemporary political philosophy.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3244 Delegated Legislation and Other Regulatory Instruments (3 units)

Basic coverage of regulatory regimes and the various types of legal instruments that comprise them; and substantive (as opposed to procedural) legal constraints on the use of regulatory instruments, particularly regulations made by the executive branch of government.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3248 Introductory Legal Aid Clinic Course (6 units)

Supervised clinical practice focussing on interviewing, researching, negotiating, all aspects of file management, drafting pleadings and correspondence, and preparing for making appearances before courts and tribunals. Students work in one of the seven divisions: Aboriginal, Civil, Criminal, Community Legal Education, H.I.V., Tenant or Women's.

Course Component: Work Term

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3250 Advanced Clinical Course in Community Law (9 units)

Advanced clinical clerkship under the direction of the legal staff of the Clinic. Caseworkers deal with problems and difficulties of the disadvantaged in the legal system, and pursue a law reform project, a special community interest project, or a complex case at the Divisional Court advanced by one of review counsel. Most caseworkers will be involved in at least one of the seven divisions: Aboriginal, Civil, Criminal, Community Legal Education, H.I.V., Tenant or Women's. (Strongly Recommended: Administrative Law and Evidence; Specific areas of the law: ie. Landlord and Tenant and Administrative Law).

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 3248. For the Criminal division the Evidence course or, in exceptional circumstances, be enrolled in Evidence in the Fall term. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3251 Legal Research and Writing (Selected Problems) (4 units)

Students who have completed two sessions in law may apply for permission of the Vice-Dean to undertake research and writing in an area of their interest, under the supervision of a member of the Faculty who agrees to act as supervisor of the research. Students who wish to enrol in this course must request permission to do so prior to the end of the add-drop period of the term in which they propose to undertake the research for unit. Permission to enrol in this course will ordinarily be granted only to students who have demonstrated a high level of competence in their law studies.

Course Component: Lecture, Research

CML 3253 Competition Law (3 units)

The law relating to price fixing, merger, monopoly, and other practices that may restrict competition. History, objectives, and substantive law are dealt with.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3258 Electronic Commerce Law Practice Workshop (4 units)

Practice-oriented seminar analyzing the legal issues and implications of electronic commerce. Topics include licensing, privacy and acceptable use policies, Web development agreements, and regulatory issues.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3301 Criminal Evidence (3 units)

This course is intended to give specialized instruction on the law of evidence as it applies in criminal cases. Topics include introduction to evidentiary theory in the criminal context, the methods of adducing evidence in criminal cases, admissibility, evidence about the quality of other evidence and acquiring evidence in criminal cases.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: CML 3303. Previously CML 3202.

CML 3303 The Law of Evidence (3 units)

This course gives instruction in the basic concepts and tools of the law of evidence. Emphasis is given to general evidentiary concepts, and the law of evidence in civil and administrative proceedings. A number of criminal evidence decisions will be examined to illustrate the principles, however this course does not feature specialized criminal evidence topics, which are covered instead in Criminal Evidence. This course is a pre-requisite for Criminal Evidence.

Course Component: Lecture

Previously CML3202.

CML 3304 Taxation (3 units)

Introduction to the Canadian income tax system, including tax policy objectives and formation, statutory interpretation, current case law and topical issues including tax avoidance, charities and charitable giving, taxation of families and dependents and commercial transactions. Systematic coverage of tax treatment of income from employment, business, investments, capital gains, and other sources, and an introduction to corporate taxation.

Course Component: Lecture

Previously CML3204.

CML 3305 Privacy Law (3 units)

Introduction to Canadian law, policies, practice, and current issues related to the protection of personal information. Focus on the Ontario and federal laws related to privacy, with reference to other provincial and foreign privacy laws, including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the workings of the office of the Privacy Commissioner. Analysis of the policy choices made to mediate the privacy interests of the various stakeholders (the state, the individual, the private sector). Study of both theoretical and practical problems which arise as a result of conflicting views of personal privacy.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3307 Trusts (3 units)

History and essential characteristics of a trust and its various forms, including express, constructive, resulting, charitable and non-charitable purpose trusts; the administration of the trust and the trustee's duties; remedies of the beneficiary for maladministration including tracing; the effect of various statutes upon trust law; the termination or variation of individual trusts; fiduciary relations; and the law of charities.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3313 Interviewing and Counselling (3 units)

Skills and techniques in interviewing and counseling in various legal contexts, with an emphasis on multidisciplinary application. This course fulfills the oral advocacy requirement.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3315 Negotiation (3 units)

Introduction to the theory and practice of negotiation as applied in resolving legal disputes and facilitating transactions.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3316 Technology Law Internship (3 units)

Supervised internship in technology and law at a technology-focused government department, a non-governmental organization, a technology corporation's in-house legal department, the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) or the University of Ottawa Law & Technology Journal.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite : At least one intellectual property or Internet law course.

CML 3317 Corporate Immigration Advocacy (3 units)

The study of the statutory and regulatory scheme governing immigration to Canada of temporary and permanent skilled workers required for Canadian and multinational corporations. The course covers the skills required to advise companies, and to advocate on their behalf before government departments and courts.

Course Component: Lecture

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3319 Advanced Legal Research Methodology (3 units)

Development of legal research skills in the context of writing a major research paper or thesis. Focus on legal bibliography and methods of legal research in Canadian and international law, with a strong focus on social justice and human rights issues and methodologies. Review of primary and secondary print and computerized documentary sources of Canadian federal and provincial legislation, jurisprudence and commentary. Examination of other related issues such as legal citation and ensuring conformity to ethical standards.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3323 Insurance (3 units)

An introductory study of general principles of insurance law with reference to specific kinds of insurance (viz, life, fire, auto, liability), having regard to the statutory, judicial and practical aspects of the subject.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3340 Sports Law (3 units)

This course provides an introduction to the law of sport in Canada. Topics to be covered may include: organization and structure of professional and amateur sports; collective bargaining agreements between players and leagues; international organizations and dispute resolution mechanisms.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3341 Consumers' Protection (3 units)

The Common Law and statutory remedies for fraud, misleading advertising, defective goods and other abuses in the marketing of goods; regulation of consumer credit and relief for the debtor in the overextension of credit. (CML 2343 recommended as preparatory).

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3342 Feminist Theory and Law (3 units)

Advanced seminar examining the contribution of various perspectives of feminist theory and feminist jurisprudence to an understanding of the social meaning of law; the development of an analysis of the relationship between law and inequality or oppression; and an evaluation of the implications of this analysis for strategies of engagement with specific forms of law. Current selected topics (such as ideology, the construct of the public/private, violence, globalization) will be analyzed.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3343 Poverty and the Law (3 units)

Drawing on interdisciplinary perspectives on law, including the perspectives of sociology, history, and political thought, the course will consider the relationship between law, the state, structured inequality, and social change, as well as the nature of problems facing poor people, the legal dimensions of those problems, the impact of gender and race, the goals and priorities of poor people and poor people's organizations, the provision of legal services to the poor, and possible strategies for engaging with law.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3344 Advanced Problems in Taxation (3 units)

Using a problem, rather than a case method approach, this course deals with such matters as deferred income, dividend stripping, international planning, income averaging techniques and capital cost allowance.

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: CML 3304.

CML 3351 Legal Research and Writing (Selected Problems) (3 units)

Students who have completed two sessions in law may apply for permission of the Vice-Dean to undertake research and writing in an area of their interest, under the supervision of a member of the Faculty who agrees to act as supervisor of the research. Students who enrol in this course must request permission to do so prior to the end of the add/drop period of the term in which they propose to undertake the research for unit. Permission to enrol in this course will ordinarily be granted only to students who have demonstrated a high level of competence in their law studies.

Course Component: Lecture, Research, Tutorial

CML 3352 International Criminal Law (3 units)

Selected problems in protecting the human rights of individuals under international law. Comparison of the existing international procedures which have been established to deal with these problems, i.e., a comparison between the United Nations schemes and those developed under the European Convention on Human Rights. Jurisdictional claims over international crimes and the rights and obligations of countries to extradite the alleged criminals, as well as the law of territorial and diplomatic asylum. Discussion will include a consideration of whether the existence of a political motive behind a crime should be a mitigating circumstance; defences to war crimes, such as the defence of superior orders as seen in the Nuremberg Trials and Vietnam War Trials, will also be explored; the establishment of the concept of "crimes against the international community"; the problems of adjudication and enforcement which have arisen with respect to such crimes.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3353 Children and the Law (3 units)

This course gives a broad review of the law affecting children's rights and obligations including Charter rights and international conventions, child protection, adoption, youth criminal justice, education, medical care, refugee status and immigration, abuse and exploitation, aboriginal children, civil and social participation, and legal standing before the courts.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3354 Law and Psychiatry: Clinical Part (3 units)

A limited number of students (perhaps four or five) will be assigned to a psychiatric setting (Royal Ottawa Hospital) or various psychiatric settings for the purpose of observation, assistance and study of psychiatric decision-making related to law (e.g. decisions as to fitness, insanity or competence). The students will spend six to eight hours per week in the psychiatric setting, working as part of the psychiatric team.

Course Component: Work Term

Evaluation will be determined on the basis of performance in the clinical setting and on written assignments related to the clinical experience. The course is evaluated as two credits for one term.

CML 3355 Armed Conflict in International Law (3 units)

Introduction to the international legal regulation of the use of force and armed conflict based on the analysis of two key areas of international law: the legal obligations with respect to the peaceful settlement of disputes and the legal regulation of specific conduct during armed conflict.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3356 National Security Law (3 units)

Critical analysis of the concept of national security defined as the protection and preservation of a state s values, institutions and the well-being of its citizens in the face of such threats as armed attack, terrorism, natural disasters or other emergencies. Examination of Canadian and international laws governing efforts to preserve national security. The laws of the United States, the United Kingdom and other jurisdictions will also figure in the discussion. The conflict between national security imperatives and human and civil rights at both the international and national level will be a key preoccupation of the course.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3357 Community Planning (3 units)

Restrictive covenants; planning legislation: zoning; administrative problems.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3358 Regulation of Internet Commerce (3 units)

Seminar analyzing the legal challenges posed by the Internet to the traditional commercial legal framework. Topics include intellectual property issues, online contracts, digital signatures, taxation, securities regulation and the provision of online legal services.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3359 Matrimonial Property (3 units)

In-depth study of spousal property rights both during marriage and on marriage breakdown or death of a spouse. Emphasis on the characterization of property, impact of Tax Law, principles of valuation, and partnership and corporate law on the application of the Family Law Act. Special treatment of the Matrimonial Home, and the use of domestic contracts.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3360 Securities Law and Regulation (3 units)

An introductory examination of the regulation of securities from both a substantive and procedural perspective. The course will focus on the distribution of, and trading in, securities, on the regulation of take-over bids, corporate mergers, acquisitions and proxy solicitations and on liabilities arising under securities laws. For comparative purposes reference may be made to the securities law of other jurisdictions. (CML 2302 as preparatory)

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3361 Advanced Company Law (3 units)

This course will deal with special problems under the Ontario Business Corporations Act and include the study of securities laws, mergers, capital structures and corporate finance as well as other selected problems such as the position of multinational and foreign-owned corporations in Canada.

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: CML 2302.

CML 3362 Advanced Criminal Law (3 units)

A study of selected problems in Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminal Evidence which were not covered in the first-year course in Criminal Law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3363 Advanced Family Law (3 units)

An in-depth study of many complex areas of family law including family court procedure and practice, child protection, adoption, variation and enforcement of court orders, reproductive rights, same-sex families, parenting and custody problems, parental child abduction, domestic violence and sexual abuse, mediation, collaborative practice, and other policies and issues.

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: CML 2305. Previously CML2205.

CML 3364 Advanced Problems in Administrative Law (3 units)

Operation of administrative boards and tribunals. Examination of areas of regulation such as transportation, energy, disciplinary hearings, immigration.

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: CML 2312.

CML 3365 Civil Liberties (3 units)

Advanced seminar on selected topics on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the nature of and intersection with other legal rights, remedies for infringement, and a critical evaluation of the values that underlie the current legal culture of rights.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3366 Collaborative Family Law Practice (3 units)

Collaborative Practice methods for the resolution of issues (legal, financial, emotional) arising from separation of family units. Review of process phases from first contact to finalization of separation agreement. Contrast with other dispute resolution procedures. Negotiation and communication techniques and procedures to resolve economic and parenting disputes. Demonstrations and participation exercises.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: CML 2305. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3368 Creditors' Rights (3 units)

Introduction to pre- and post- judgment remedies for unsecured creditors; distribution of funds under the Creditors' Relief Act; fraudulent conveyances and unjust preferences under provincial and federal legislation; and relevant provisions of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3369 Environmental Law (3 units)

Introduction to Canadian and Ontario legislative framework for environmental protection, including pollution control techniques, environmental assessment, and measures directed at sustainable development and biodiversity.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3370 Estate Planning (3 units)

The impact of taxation at death (including probate fees) and how such governmental levies may be reduced, deferred, or avoided; trusts and the taxation of trusts; the use of corporations and corporate re-organizations in estate planning; "substitute decision making"; and domestic/family law issues relevant to estate planning. (Recommended: CML 3307).

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisites: CML 3206, CML 3304.

CML 3371 Intellectual Property Law (3 units)

Trademarks, registration, the torts of passing off and misappropriation of personality; trade names; copyright, the protection of computer software, arts and entertainment industries; trade secrets, confidential information; patents; industrial designs, related competitive torts. Canadian and international perspectives.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3372 International Business Transactions (3 units)

Introduction to the basic concepts, rules, practices, and institutions that comprise the legal environment in which international business takes place, including the international trading system; the export and import of goods and services; and investment and technology licensing. Builds on knowledge and skills acquired in previous courses in contracts and commercial law to develop consider the role of legal counsel and an integrated approach to dealing with international business transactions.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3373 Labour Law III (3 units)

Labour relations within federal jurisdiction. Topics canvassed include the right to unionize, unfair labour practices, the certification process, collective bargaining, and industrial conflict.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3374 Law and Society (3 units)

Course content varies from year to year; in past years we offered a seminar in Alternate Dispute Resolution.

Course Component: Lecture, Seminar

CML 3375 Medical-Legal Problems (3 units)

Legal relationships amongst doctor, hospital, and patient; the law of medical malpractice; and selected problems such as abortion.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3376 Professional Responsibility (3 units)

Competence and practice standards, conflicts and confidentiality, misconduct and discipline, rules and ethics. Current issues. Institutions and committees of The Law Society of Upper Canada and how they govern and regulate lawyers.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3377 Taxation Policy (3 units)

An examination of selected issues in tax policy in Canada with emphasis on tax reform.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3378 Advanced International Law (3 units)

An in-depth study of certain contemporary problems in Public international Law.

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: CML 1109 or CML 3131.

CML 3379 Law and Psychiatry (3 units)

Study of various legal areas in which psychiatry plays an integral part, including insanity, fitness to stand trial, psychiatric remands, civil commitment, and capacity.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3380 Women and the Law (3 units)

Various analytical tools are employed to examine the question of law's contribution to women's legal, social, political, and economic inequality. Analytical frameworks such as legal history, language, political theory, equality theory, critical race theory, and feminist jurisprudence are used to explore selected current substantive topics as reflected by cases, legislation, law reform, and litigation strategies.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3382 Criminal Justice Administration (3 units)

Current issues in policing in the context of anti-discrimination theory and practice, community-based policing, and the evolving role of policing services, focussing on in class analysis of legislative and community provisions for police accountability and student-directed seminars with the opportunity for mini-practicums, where possible.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3383 Advanced Taxation (3 units)

Issues in Corporate Taxation. Corporate distributions, sales of corporate businesses, reorganizations, liquidations and other adjustments.

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: CML 3304.

CML 3385 International Trade and Investment Law Practicum (3 units)

This practicum offers a unique opportunity to analyze trade and investment law and jurisprudence through a combination of practice and theory. Students will work in small groups on specific legal questions related to trade and investment law coming from real clients, such as governments, NGOs, international organizations and small businesses. The practicum will include classes in written and oral advocacy skills. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 3143 or CML 4105 or CML 4125.

CML 3386 Corporate Finance - Law and Practice (3 units)

This course will deal with various modes of financing public and private corporations, including share structures, franchising debt and capital structure as well as the evaluation of businesses.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3387 Employment Law (3 units)

Common-law and statutory regulation of the employment relationship in a non-unionized setting, examining the special nature of the employment contract; issues arising from termination of employment; employment standards legislation; and human rights issues as they arise in employment.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3388 Intellectual Property Litigation (3 units)

This course focuses on written and oral advocacy skills applicable to intellectual property litigation as well as an advanced discussion of Federal Court procedure, pre-trial, trial and appeal processes as well as strategies and evidence related to intellectual property litigation.

Course Component: Lecture

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3390 Law and Policy (3 units)

This course is designed to illustrate the applicability of the methodologies of social sciences to legal issues. Utilizing selected topics of current interest, the course will concentrate on methods of evaluation of outcomes of social engineering.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3391 Dispute Resolution in Family Law (3 units)

Theory and practice of dispute resolution in family law. Advantages and pitfalls of various dispute resolution models in the family law context including negotiation, mediation, collaborative family law, arbitration and litigation. Development, through simulations and role-play exercises, of dispute resolution skills in the family law context.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3392 History of Legal Thought (3 units)

Advanced seminar examining the evolution of legal and political relationships between Europe, Africa, and the Americas through an analysis of selected historical instruments. these early experiences (including shifting values and perspectives on the control and ownership of land, natural resources, and people) are the basis for contemporary debates on self-government, reparations/compensation, and affirmative action/employment equity.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3393 Lesbian and Gay Legal Issues (3 units)

History of the struggle for lesbian and gay rights in Canada; analysis of legal institutions as the oppressive tools of a heterosexist society recent developments in the law relating to lesbians and gay men; current priorities in the Canadian lesbian and gay political agenda; legal and extra-legal strategies; comparisons with foreign jurisdictions.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3394 Legal Research and Writing (Selected Problems) (2 units)

Students who have completed two sessions in law may apply for permission of the Vice-Dean to undertake research and writing in an area of their interest, under the supervision of a member of the Faculty who agrees to act as supervisor of the research. Students who wish to enrol in this course must request permission to do so prior to the end of the add/drop period of the term in which they propose to undertake the research for unit. Permission to enrol in this course will ordinarily be granted only to students who have demonstrated a high level of competence in law studies.

Course Component: Research

CML 3395 Regulation of Internet Communication (3 units)

Seminar analyzing the legal challenges posed by the Internet to the rights to free speech and privacy. Topics include online obscenity, hate speech, defamation, as well as national and international approaches to data privacy protection.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 3396 Patent Law (3 units)

The law of patents both national and international. In addition to Canada, an introduction is provided for the laws of the United States, Europe and Japan. The procurement, licensing and enforcement of patents.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3397 Immigration and Refugee Law (3 units)

The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; history of immigration to Canada; temporary and permanent admissions; family class; entrepreneurs, investors and skilled workers; humanitarian cases; inadmissible classes and removals; appeals and judicial review; refugee determination; immigration and the Charter.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3398 Human Rights Laws in Canada (3 units)

Analysis of the legal protection of human rights in Canada, focussing on the administration, content, and case law of the Ontario and federal human rights sources, theories of legal equality, the role of administrative law principles, and the interchange with other areas of law, including labour law and the Charter, will also be discussed.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3399 Human Rights (International Protection) (3 units)

This course will focus on the practical application of international law in the area of human rights. An important theme of the course will be the relationship between international law and Canadian domestic law, and how international human rights law can influence the interpretation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The course includes: an introduction to the theory of protection of the human rights of the individual by international law, an examination of the meaning and importance of both civil and political rights and economic, social and cultural rights, and an examination of the human rights protection systems and case law under the European Convention on Human Rights, the American Convention on Human Rights, the Racial Discrimination Convention and the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 3449 Clinical Legal Aid II (6 crédits)

Advanced clinical practice involving additional casework and clinical responsibilities, participation in clinic meetings, and training new caseworkers, in addition to all aspects of file management, professional conduct, interviewing, research, negotiating, mediation, drafting pleadings and correspondence, preparation for and appearance before courts and tribunals. Students carry cases in one of the seven divisions: Aboriginal, Civil, Criminal, Community Legal Education, H.I.V., Tenant or Women's. (Stongly recommended: CML 2212 Administrative Law and CML 3202 Evidence). (Recommended: specific case areas of the law: ie. CML 2303 Landlord and Tenant).

Volet : Stage

Prerequisite: CML 3248. For the Criminal division, CML 3303 or, in exceptional circumstances, be enrolled in CML 3303 in the Fall term. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3450 Clinical Legal Aid III (6 crédits)

Open to division leaders at the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic. Casework, community legal education, assisting Review Counsel with training and supervision of new caseworkers, case conferences and other clinic responsibilities.

Volet : Stage

Prerequisite: CML 3449. CML 3302 Evidence is required to work in the criminal division. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3501 Droit international privé (3 crédits)

Les règles qui déterminent l'effet qu'un tribunal de l'Ontario doit donner à des lois étrangères, à des actes exécutifs étrangers et à des jugements étrangers: les principes généraux et leur application dans les domaines des contrats, des délits et des quasi-délits, des biens et du droit de la famille. (Recommandé comme préalable au cours CML 3372).

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3503 Droit municipal (3 crédits)

Étude des pouvoirs d'une municipalité, de la composition d'un conseil municipal, des responsabilités des représentants municipaux, de la validité et de la mise en vigueur des arrêtés en conseil, du rôle d'évaluation, de la taxe municipale et de l'expropriation.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3505 Thèmes choisis en droit de la famille (3 crédits)

Thèmes choisis en droit de la famille.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 3506 Testaments et successions (3 crédits)

La vérification des testaments; la capacité, la fraude et le défaut de consentement, la forme des testaments et leur révocation; les testaments perdus; les testaments comparés aux donations entre vifs, et tout particulièrement aux fiducies non révocables entre vifs et aux "powers of appointement". L'interprétation des testaments: les principes généraux; des problèmes typiques; des règles particulières, tel que "falsa demonstratio" et l'équivoque; les restrictions de la jouissance; les legs, y compris les legs caducs; les droits futurs; la règle contre les perpétuités et la nouvelle législation contre les perpétuités et les accroissements; la gestion des successions; les dons.

Volet : Cours magistral

Recommandé comme préalable au cours CML 3370.

CML 3509 Introduction au droit de la santé (3 crédits)

Une introduction à la structure du système de soins de santé canadien notamment le cadre constitutionnel, la réglementation fédérale, le rôle des provinces, le contrôle des coûts et le droit aux services de santé, l'organisation et la réglementation des professions de la santé, la responsabilité des hôpitaux, le système de santé publique, la santé des populations, la santé mentale, la recherche médicale, le consentement et la confidentialité.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 3510 Bioéthique, santé et droit (3 crédits)

Étude des principes généraux en bioéthique et de leur application en droit médical notamment dans le contexte de sujets tels la confidentialité, l'accès à l'information médicale, le consentement au traitement, le droit de refus de traitement, l'euthanasie, les soins des mineurs, l'incapacité mentale, la reproduction, la technologie en génétique humaine, la recherche impliquant des humains, la transplantation, le clonage et la santé publique, la réglementation des produits pharmaceutiques.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3511 Responsabilité médicale (3 crédits)

L'acquisition de connaissances approfondies en matière de responsabilité civile et pénale des professionnels de la santé dont le litige civil en droit médical, l'obligation de diligence, la norme de diligence, l'obligation de divulgation et le consentement éclairé, les problèmes en matière de causalité, l'évaluation des dommages-intérêts, la confidentialité, les mécanismes d'indemnisation pour le préjudice médical, la crise de l'assurance, la responsabilité pénale, les mécanismes de discipline professionnelle.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3512 Théorie et pratique en droit et justice sociale (3 crédits)

Introduction à la théorie et à la pratique en droit et justice sociale examinant le droit à la fois comme terrain et outil de justice et d'injustice en société. L'accent sera placé sur la revendication constitutionnelle de l égalité et de la justice sociale pour les femmes, les personnes démunies, les autochtones, les membres de groupes racialisés, les gais et les lesbiennes, et les personnes ayant une déficience, tout en pesant les contraintes du processus judiciaire et de la profession juridique dans ces contextes.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 3514 Concours Charles-Rousseau (3 crédits)

Participation en qualité de représentant ou de représentante de la Section de common law, sous la direction d'un professeur ou d'une professeure de la Faculté, au concours de plaidoirie Charles-Rousseau.

Volet : Tutoriel

Prerequisite: CML 3248. For the Criminal division, CML 3303 or, in exceptional circumstances, be enrolled in CML 3303 in the Fall term. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3515 Coupe Guy-Guérin (3 crédits)

Participation en qualité de représentant ou de représentante de la Section de common law, sous la direction d'un professeur ou d'une professeure de la Faculté, au concours de plaidoirie de la coupe Guy-Guertin.

Volet : Tutoriel

Prerequisite: CML 3449. CML 3302 Evidence is required to work in the criminal division. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3516 Concours européen des Droits de l'Homme René-Cassin (3 crédits)

Participation en qualité de représentant ou de représentante de la Section de common law, sous la direction d'un professeur ou d'une professeure de la Faculté, au concours de plaidoirie européen des Droits de l'Homme René-Cassin.

Volet : Tutoriel

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3518 Concours Jean-Pictet (3 crédits)

Participation en qualité de représentant ou de représentante de la Section de common law, sous la direction d'un professeur ou d'une professeure de la Faculté, au concours de plaidoirie Jean-Pictet.

Volet : Tutoriel

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3519 Études en plaidoirie (3 crédits)

Cours prévoyant la formation et l'acquisition d'une expérience en plaidoirie, c'est-à-dire dans la manière d'exposer les prétentions d'un client ou d'une cliente devant un des nombreux tribunaux.

Volet : Séminaire

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3520 Compétition de tribunal-école (3 crédits)

Les étudiants qui représentent la Section aux compétitions de tribunal-école interuniversitaires, autre que la compétition Jessup, peuvent s'inscrire. Sous la supervision d'un membre de la Faculté, préparation d'un mémoire exposant les faits et les points de droit de l'affaire en litige et plaidoirie orale de la cause en se conformant aux règlements et exigences de la compétition; autres exercices préparatoires que le superviseur jugera nécessaires. La note sera déterminée à partir du mémoire écrit et de la plaidoirie orale.

Volet : Tutoriel

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3524 Tribunal-école Moncton-Ottawa (3 crédits)

Participation en qualité de représentant ou de représentante de la Section de common law, sous la direction d'un professeur ou d'une professeure de la Faculté, au concours de plaidoirie Moncton-Ottawa.

Volet : Tutoriel

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3526 Droit des communications (3 crédits)

Étude du plan de réglementation des communications au Canada dans trois secteurs de l'industrie (télécommunications, radiodiffusion et câblodiffusion), en tenant compte des contraintes juridiques, politiques, administratives et pragmatiques. Parmi les thèmes à l'étude sont la compétence constitutionnelle, les politiques des agences investies d'un pouvoir de réglementation en matière de permis et de contrôle, plus particulièrement du Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes; analyse futuriste du domaine à la lumière des nouvelles technologies.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3531 Droit international public (3 crédits)

Sa formation, ses sources et son application; le lien entre le droit international et le droit municipal; la personnalité internationale, la juridiction des états; le droit de la mer; l'introduction à la protection internationale des droits de la personne; l'Organisation internationale du travail; le droit des traites; le recours à la force par les États; la Cour internationale de justice.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3533 Droit du travail I (3 crédits)

Introduction générale au droit du travail et analyse de la juridiction ontarienne et fédérale relative au secteur privé. Les thèmes à l'étude comprennent le droit de former un syndicat, les pratiques déloyables de travail, le processus d'accréditation, la négociation collective et le conflit de travail.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3534 Droit du travail II - Arbitrage en griefs (3 crédits)

Cours axé sur les conflits de travail dans le secteur privé. Étude des méthodes de règlement de conflits, en particulier, de l'arbitrage et de la jurisprudence arbitrale.

Volet : Séminaire

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3541 Philosophie du droit (3 crédits)

Étude des théories et des concepts clés du droit, en insistant plus particulièrement sur la pensée anglo-américaine et ses liens avec la philosophie politique contemporaine.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3553 Règles de pratique des tribunaux fédéraux (3 crédits)

Stage d'une demi-journée par semaine effectué, pendant le trimestre, dans un tribunal administratif situé à Ottawa. Grâce à des lectures, à l'observation et aux tâches qui lui seront attribuées, l'étudiant ou l'étudiante connaîtra les aspects juridiques et pratiques de l'exercice du mandat que le tribunal s'est vu confier par la loi. L'évaluation portera sur les tâches accomplies au tribunal et un travail de trimestre.

Volet : Stage

Préalable : CML 2712.

CML 3554 Art de la plaidoirie (3 crédits)

Cours théorique et pratique sur la plaidoirie qui traite, entre autres, de la préparation de la plaidoirie, de l'exposé initial et de l'exposé final.

Volet : Séminaire

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3560 Procédure pénale approfondie (3 crédits)

Ce cours fait suite à l'initiation générale à la procédure pénale du cours CML 1603 (Droit pénal et procédure) et traite en détail de la procédure dans l'administration de la justice en matière pénale au Canada.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3564 Droit administratif approfondi (3 crédits)

Étude approfondie des principes fondamentaux du droit administratif, et en particulier du droit émanant des agences gouvernementales, y compris des tribunaux administratifs.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable: CML 2712. Antérieurement CML 2512.

CML 3568 Droit des créances (3 crédits)

Étude des rapports entre débiteurs et créanciers ainsi que des droits et obligations de ceux-ci dans le cadre de leurs relations. Étude des mécanismes utilisés pour protéger les créanciers lorsque les débiteurs sont en défaut de paiement ou deviennent insolvables. Étude détaillée de la Loi sur les sûretés mobilières et de la Loi sur la Loi sur la faillite et l'insolvabilité.

Volet : Cours magistral

Les cours CML2344, CML2712, CML3712, DRC4591 ne peuvent être combinés pour l'obtention de crédits.

CML 3569 Arbitrage international (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit international tel le droit économique européen. Chaque étudiant et étudiante participera à des arbitrages simulés et d'autres activités de plaidoirie orale et écrite.

Volet : Cours magistral

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3570 Planification des successions (3 crédits)

Étude des tactiques successorales, telles les fiducies, les sociétés et les assurances sur la vie, et de leurs conséquences fiscales.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalables : CML 3704, CML 3707.

CML 3571 Stage proposé par l' étudiant (3 crédits)

Tout étudiant ou étudiante qui désire approfondir ses connaissances dans un domaine de droit particulier, tout en développant des compétences pratiques en milieu de travail, peut proposer un stage d'études. Le projet de stage doit être présenté à la Section de Common Law afin d'obtenir son approbation. Celle-ci ne sera accordée que si la Section est d'avis que le stage d'études est valable pour l'étudiant sur le plan pédagogique et que l'organisation ou l'individu qui dirigera le travail comprend son obligation de fournir à l'étudiant une expérience professionnelle qui lui permettra de parfaire ses connaissances juridiques.

Volet : Stage

L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 3572 Droit international des affaires (3 crédits)

Étude des fondements du droit international des affaires; le droit étranger et l'interface entre les différents systèmes de droit; la pratique des affaires internationales; les genres de transactions, y compris les contrats de financement, les accords d'attribution de licences, les co-entreprises, les accords de consortia, les fusions et les acquisitions; la négociation et la rédaction d'ententes internationales; la prévention de conflits et l'arbitrage. Examen du rôle des intermédiaires, p.ex., les banques, les agences gouvernementales. Analyse sélective de problèmes relatifs au financement étranger, à la concurrence, à la réglementation des tarifs, aux impôts et à l'exterritorialité.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3573 Stage en droit (3 crédits)

Stage en droit, créé par la Section de common law pour offrir aux étudiant(e)s l'opportunité d'approfondir leurs connaissances dans un domaine de droit particulier, tout en développant des compétences pratiques en milieu de travail. Le stage doit être approuvé à l'avance par la Section de common law. Les stages qui sont offerts doivent être valables pour l'étudiant sur le plan pédagogique et que l'organisation ou l'individu qui dirigera le travail comprend son obligation de fournir à l'étudiant une expérience professionnelle qui lui permettra de parfaire ses connaissances juridiques.

Volet : Stage

L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 3575 Stage avec un procureur ou une procureure de la couronne (3 crédits)

Cours pratique permettant aux étudiants et aux étudiantes d'acquérir une plus grande connaissance de la pratique et l'aspect du droit pénal, y compris la procédure et la plaidoirie.

Volet : Stage

L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 3576 Stage en droit - affaires étrangères, commerce et développement Canada (3 crédits)

Les stages en droit auprès des Affaires étrangères, commerce et développement Canada sont des stages de recherche qui se déroulent dans différentes sections des services juridiques des Affaires étrangères, commerce et développement Canada, sous la supervision d'un avocat ou d'une avocate.

Volet : Stage

L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 3577 Stage en droit - ministère de la Justice (3 crédits)

Les stages auprès du Ministère de la Justice sont des stages de recherche qui se déroulent dans différents services juridiques et agences du gouvernement fédéral, sous la supervision d'un avocat ou d'une avocate.

Volet : Stage

L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 3580 Clinique de droit de l'environnement (3 crédits)

L'étudiante ou l'étudiant travaillera, dans le contexte de la Clinique de droit de l'environnement, sur des problèmes et des dossiers en droit de l'environnement au nom de collectivités et de groupes environnementaux. La clinique est gérée en partenariat avec Ecojustice Canada, le plus important organisme canadien d'intérêt public en droit de l'environnement. La Clinique veut promouvoir une meilleure compréhension du droit de l'environnement en offrant des occasions de mise en pratique et d'approfondissement du savoir théorique. Au moins deux juristes d'expérience en droit de l'environnement superviseront le travail de l'étudiant ou de l'étudiante et dirigeront la clinique. Travaillant sous leur supervision, l'étudiante ou l'étudiant collaborera directement à tous les aspects de la prestation de services en droit de l'environnement aux collectivités et groupes sans but lucratif. Des séminaires sont aussi offerts dans ce cours pour compléter le volet pratique. Notation: L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base satisfaisant/non satisfaisant.

Volet : Stage

CML 3586 Accès à la justice stage (niveau II) (3 crédits)

Ce cours utilise un format clinique, l'expérience ou l'apprentissage de stage afin d'offrir une occasion unique pour les étudiants de contribuer à fournir une assistance juridique axée sur la collectivité du monde réel dans des domaines juridiques sélectionnés. Les étudiants travailleront individuellement et / ou au sein des groupes, sous la supervision académique et professionnelle, sur les questions juridiques et pratiques spécifiques dans le domaine juridique choisi. En outre, les étudiants effectueront des tâches de compétences avancées, telles que le travail de dossier de coordination, la supervision d'autres étudiants, et d'interagir avec des avocats, des fonctionnaires du gouvernement et d'autres parties concernées.

Volet : Stage

Prérequis : CML 2579 ou CML 2584. L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 3587 Accès à la justice stage (niveau II, avancé) (3 crédits)

Ce cours s'étend et s'appui sur les connaissances et les compétences développées dans le cours CML 3586. Les étudiants entreprendront des tâches de compétences avancées, telles que la coordination des travaux de fichier, le mentorat d'autres étudiants, et d'interagir avec des avocats, des fonctionnaires du gouvernement et d'autres parties concernées.

Volet : Stage

Préalable : CML 3586. L'évaluation du stage se fera sur la base S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant).

CML 3635 Revue de droit d'Ottawa : Rédaction et révision d'articles pour publication (6 crédits)

Le cours comprend l'exécution de tâches diverses reliées à la publication savante à titre de membre du conseil de rédaction. L'évaluation est fondée sur le travail fourni à ce titre. Les étudiants et étudiantes dans ce cours reçoivent une mention "satisfaisante" ou "non satisfaisante".

Volet : Stage

CML 3648 Clinique juridique I : Introduction (6 crédits)

Travail pratique dirigé, axé sur les entrevues, la recherche, la négociation, la gestion de dossiers (rédaction d'actes de procédure, correspondance, préparation des comparutions et comparution devant les tribunaux). Travail dans une des sept divisions: Services juridiques aux Autochtones, Division des affaires civiles, Division des affaires criminelles, Information juridique communautaire, Division du V.I.H., Division des locataires ou Division des femmes.

Volet : Stage

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 36481 Clinique juridique I : Introduction (Partie 1 de 2)

Travail pratique dirigé, axé sur les entrevues, la recherche, la négociation, la gestion de dossiers (rédaction d'actes de procédure, correspondance, préparation des comparutions et comparution devant les tribunaux). Travail dans une des sept divisions: Services juridiques aux Autochtones, Division des affaires civiles, Division des affaires criminelles, Information juridique communautaire, Division du V.I.H., Division des locataires ou Division des femmes. (Partie 1 de 2)

Volet : Stage

CML 3650 Cours clinique de droit communautaire (9 crédits)

Volet : Stage

Cours préalables recommandés : CML 3802 et CML 2703

CML 3653 Politique de la concurrence (3 crédits)

Étude des pratiques de commerce restrictives et de la politique de la concurrence.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3703 Droit de la preuve (3 crédits)

Un cours portant sur les principes et les règles de base de la preuve dans les procès.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML3802.

CML 3704 Droit fiscal (3 crédits)

Cours d'introduction au régime fiscal canadien ou les sujets suivants sont abordés : le rôle de l'impôt, les idéologies et la politique fiscale, les sources du droit fiscal et les principes d'interprétation, l'administration de la loi (y compris le rôle des divers organismes dans l'élaboration, l'application et l'interprétation de la loi), l'assujettissement à l'impôt, les différentes sources de revenu, les crédits d'impôt et les déductions permises dans le calcul du revenu, les règles de calcul de l'impôt, l'évitement et l'évasion fiscale.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML3504.

CML 3707 La fiducie (3 crédits)

L'historique; les caractères essentiels de la fiducie, les types de fiducie, dont les fiducies expresses, induites et rétrocédantes, les fiducies privées, les fiducies à fins charitables et à fins non charitables; l'administration d'une fiducie et les recours du bénéficiaire en cas de mauvaise administration; les effets des divers statuts sur le droit de la fiducie; la réalisation et la variation des fiducies individuelles.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable recommandé: CML 2513

CML 3712 Insolvabilité et faillite (3 crédits)

La législation concernant la mise sous séquestre, y compris les méthodes de désignation du séquestre, la réalisation des sûretés, les droits du débiteur et des tierces parties, la législation sur la liquidation de l'actif, y compris la faillite. Tout au long du cours, l'accent sera placé sur la relation entre les règles de droit pertinentes et des contextes commerciaux typiques, ainsi que sur le rôle du juriste dans ce domaine.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3713 Entrevue, consultation et négociation (3 crédits)

Enseignement théorique, audiovisuel et pratique sur l'art de l'entrevue, de la consultation et de la négociation. Le cours a pour objet l'acquisition des techniques et méthodes utiles dans le contexte juridique, comme celui du droit de la famille, des locateurs et locataires et du travail.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 3714 Le droit : Contexte sociologique (3 crédits)

Principaux courants théoriques en sociologie centrés sur la question du juridique; l'étude sociologique du développement du droit et de l'accès aux droits dans les sociétés contemporaines; les notions de droits civiques, politiques sociales des droits de la personne, droits collectifs et droits de minorités; une analyse du droit dans des contextes sociologiques: les milieux minoritaires, les femmes, les classes sociales, les groupes ethnoculturels.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3716 Stage en droit et technologie (3 crédits)

Stage clinique supervisé en droit et technologie auprès des services juridiques des secteurs gouvernementaux, des organismes non-gouvernementaux, des secteurs privés spécialisés en matière de technologie, à la Clinique d'intérêt public et de politique d'Internet du Canada (CIPPIC) ou auprès de la Revue en droit et technologie de l'Université d Ottawa.

Volet : Stage

Préalable : Au moins un cours dans le domaine de la propriété intellectuelle ou du droit de l'Internet.

CML 3723 Les assurances (3 crédits)

Introduction aux principes généraux de la loi sur l'assurance; étude de divers genres d'assurance (l'assurance-incendie, l'assurance-automobile, l'assurance-responsabilité) du point de vue statutaire, judiciaire et pratique.

Volet : Cours magistral

Antérieurement CML3523.

CML 3727 Histoire du droit (3 crédits)

Histoire du droit anglais et ontarien, spécialement dans l'optique des sources des grands principes du droit positif et de la procédure.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3728 Droit comparé (3 crédits)

Introduction à la théorie et à la méthodologie du droit comparé. Étude des grandes traditions juridiques contemporaines au moyen de thèmes choisis.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3740 Le droit du sport (3 crédits)

Ce cours se veut principalement une formation introductive au droit du sport au Canada. Le cours abordera notamment les thèmes suivants : l'organisation et la structure du sport amateur et professionnel; les conventions collectives entre joueurs et ligues; les organisations internationales et les mécanismes de résolutions des différends.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3741 Protection du consommateur (3 crédits)

Les recours de common law et les protections statutaires disponibles en cas de fraude; la publicité trompeuse; les produits défectueux et les autres abus dans la vente et la promotion de produits; la réglementation du crédit au consommateur et les recours du débiteur en cas de prolongation du délai de remboursement de sa dette.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3744 Droit fiscal approfondi (3 crédits)

Étude approfondie du processus de contestation d'une cotisation fiscale. Les sujets suivants seront examinés: le processus de cotisation, la gestion d'un dossier à l'étape de l'opposition, la gestion d'un appel éventuel devant la Cour canadienne de l'impôt et les tribunaux supérieurs, le rôle des représentants et représentantes tant du contribuable que du Ministre d'une perspective pratique. L'accent sera placé sur l'aspect pratique de la fiscalité, y compris la rédaction d'avis juridiques, d'actes de procédure et d'arguments écrits et l'exercice de plaidoirie orale. Ce cours satisfait aux exigences du tribunal-école.

Volet : Séminaire

Préalable: CML 3704. Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3753 Droit de l'enfance (3 crédits)

Ce cours s'intéresse aux questions et aux textes juridiques ayant une incidence sur les droits et obligations des enfants y compris la Charte et des conventions internationales, la protection de l'enfance, l'adoption, la justice pénale pour les adolescents, l'éducation, les soins médicaux, le statut de réfugié et l'immigration, les situations de maltraitance et d'exploitation, les enfants autochtones, la participation civile et sociale, et la capacité juridique des enfants devant les tribunaux.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3758 Le droit de l'informatique - la protection des droits de propriété intellectuelle (3 crédits)

Le droit relatif au développement, à la protection et à la vente des produits informatiques dont l'équipement, les logiciels et les puces à semi-conducteurs.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable : CML 3771.

CML 3760 Règlementation des valeurs mobilières (3 crédits)

Introduction à la réglementation des valeurs mobilières. Examen de questions de fond et de questions de procédure: les placements de valeurs; les opérations sur valeurs; la réglementation applicable aux offres publiques d'achat, aux fusions de sociétés, aux acquisitions et à la sollicitation de procurations; les responsabilités imposées par la législation sur les valeurs mobilières. À des fins de comparaison, ce cours pourra traiter du droit des valeurs mobilières en vigueur dans les autres provinces.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable recommandé: CML 2602

CML 3761 Droit approfondi des sociétés (3 crédits)

Ce cours traitera de points de loi spécifiques dans la législation de l'Ontario, ainsi que de la loi de l'Ontario sur les valeurs mobilières, telles que les fusions, les acquisitions, les offres publiques d'achat, les transactions des initiés; de la composition des capitaux et du financement de la corporation; de la situation des sociétés multinationales et des sociétés étrangères au Canada.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable : CML 2702.

CML 3762 Droit pénal approfondi (3 crédits)

Une courte revue des principes fondamentaux du droit pénal suivie d'une analyse de sujets qui n'ont pas été abordés dans le cours de base.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3763 Droit de la famille approfondi (3 crédits)

Dans le cadre de ce cours, on analyse en profondeur maints sujets complexes en droit de la famille, notamment la procédure et la pratique devant le tribunal de la famille, la protection de l'enfance, l'adoption, les modifications apportées aux ordonnances judiciaires et leur exécution, les droits génésiques, les foyers homosexuels, les problèmes liés au rôle parental et à la garde des enfants, le rapt d'un enfant par un des parents, la violence conjugale et l'exploitation sexuelle, la médiation, l'exercice du droit de la famille en collaboration et autres politiques et questions.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable: CML 2705. Antérieurement CML2805.

CML 3765 Libertés publiques (3 crédits)

Étude de la jurisprudence sur la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés aux fins de définir les droits et libertés enchâssés dans la Constitution, de déterminer leur impact sur les lois et pratiques existantes et d'analyser les recours en justice possibles lorsqu'il y a atteinte à ces droits et libertés.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3769 Droit de l'environnement (3 crédits)

Étude du régime en vigueur pour la lutte contre la pollution de l'environnement physique, en particulier, des recours privés et des techniques de protection de l'environnement prévues par la loi. Fondements jurisprudentiels et administratifs de la gestion de l'environnement.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3771 Le droit de propriété intellectuelle (3 crédits)

Les marques de commerce, le système d'enregistrement, les délits de commercialisation trompeuse et d'usurpation d'identité; les noms commerciaux; le droit d'auteur, la protection des logiciels, le domaine des arts et de l'industrie du spectacle; le droit des secrets commerciaux et des renseignements confidentiels; le droit des brevets; le dessin industriel et tout délit relié en matière de concurrence. Perspective canadienne et internationale.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3773 Droit du travail III (3 crédits)

Étude approfondie des relations de travail dans la fonction publique, fédérale et provinciale, et en particulier, de l'application de la Loi sur les relations de travail dans la fonction publique.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3774 Méthodes de rechange pour le règlement de différends (3 crédits)

Étude des méthodes de rechange pour le règlement de différends dans les domaines notamment du droit commercial, droit du travail, droit de la famille ou du droit de l'environnement. Discussion et exercices pratiques sur les méthodes de négociation, médiation et arbitrage. Ce cours satisfait aux exigences du tribunal-école.

Volet : Cours magistral

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3776 Responsabilité professionnelle (3 crédits)

Les normes de compétence et les normes d'exercice de la profession juridique: les conflits d'intérêts et le secret professionnel; le manquement professionnel et la discipline; les règles déontologiques. Problèmes actuels en matière de responsabilité professionnelle. Les institutions et les comités du Barreau du Haut-Canada et les règles et règlements en vertu desquels ils régissent la conduite des membres du Barreau.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3780 Les femmes et le droit (3 crédits)

Étude du statut juridique, des droits et obligations de la femme dans les domaines suivants : le travail, les opérations de crédit, le bien-être, la criminalité, les délits, l'immigration, la fiscalité et les relations de famille (si la question n'a pas déjà été cernée dans les cours de Droit de la famille et de Droit de la famille approfondi). Examen critique de certaines hypothèses sur la nature des femmes qui ont donné lieu à des différences de traitement et des solutions de rechange au droit actuel.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3783 Fiscalité des sociétés (3 crédits)

Étude approfondie des règles applicables au calcul de l'impôt payable par les sociétés et par les actionnaires suite à la distribution du bénéfice et au remboursement du capital par la société. Sont également abordées les questions fiscales entourant les réorganisations d'entreprise, notamment les transferts de biens par un actionnaire à une société et les échanges d'actions. Les conséquences fiscales des fusions et liquidations, des achats et ventes d'entreprise et les règles applicables à l'évitement fiscal sont également examinées.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable: CML 3704. Antérieurement CML3504.

CML 3787 Droit de l'emploi (3 crédits)

Statut juridique des employés non syndiqués, surtout dans le secteur privé; étude des contrats de travail en common law ainsi que de la législation fédérale et provinciale en la matière.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3795 Droit et informatique (3 crédits)

Thèmes choisis concernant l'utilisation et l'application de l'informatique en droit.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3796 Droit des brevets (3 crédits)

Le droit des brevets : l'optique nationale et internationale.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3797 Droit de l'immigration et des réfugiés (3 crédits)

Les catégories existantes pour l'admission temporaire et permanente au Canada; les interdictions de territoire et les mesures de renvois; les éléments constitutifs de la définition de réfugié et de personne à protéger; le système de détermination du statut de refugié; les recours administratifs et judiciaires.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 3849 Clinique pratique d'aide juridique II (6 crédits)

Travail pratique impliquant une charge de dossiers dans une des sept divisions (Services juridiques aux Autochtones, Division des affaires civiles, Division des affaires criminelles, Information juridique communautaire, Division du V.I.H., Division des locataires ou Division des femmes) ainsi que des responsabilités administratives à la clinique (participation aux réunions de la clinique et formation de personnes chargées de dossiers). La gestion de dossiers comprend la déontologie, les entrevues, la recherche, la négociation, la médiation, la rédaction d'actes de procédure, la correspondance, la préparation de comparutions et la comparution devant les tribunaux. (Fortement recommandés : CML 2512 Droit administratif, CML 3802 La preuve. Recommandés : Des cours portant sur des aspects précis du droit, p. ex. CML 2703 Propriétaires et locataires).

Volet : Stage

Préalable : CML 3648 ou permission de la direction de la clinique (exceptionnellement être inscrit à ce cours au trimestre d'automne). Fortement recommandés : CML 2512 Droit administratif, CML 3802 La preuve. Recommandés : Des cours portant sur des aspects précis du droit, p. ex. CML 2703 Propriétaires et locataires. Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3850 Clinique pratique d'aide juridique III (6 crédits)

Ce cours est ouvert aux chefs de divisions de la Clinique juridique communautaire de l'Université d'Ottawa. Le travail comporte la prise en charge de dossiers, l'information juridique communautaire, l'assistance à la direction de la clinique dans la formation des personnes chargées de dossiers, les conférences de cas et d'autre tâches administratives à la clinique.

Volet : Stage

Préalable : CML 3849 ou permission de la direction de la clinique. Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 3901 Problèmes choisis de droit autochtone / Selected Problems in Aboriginal Peoples and the Law (3 crédits / 3 units)

Aspects de droit international, constitutionnel et comparé; le titre aborigène; le processus de règlement des revendications globales et particulières; la mise en oeuvre des conventions; le gouvernement autochtone autonome et ses aspects de droit administratif. Les cours CML 3901, DCL 5940 ne peuvent être combinés pour l'obtention de crédits. / Aspects of international, comparative and constitutional law; aboriginal title; comprehensive and specific claims resolution processes; settlement implementation; native self-government and administrative law. Courses CML 3901, DCL 5904 cannot be combined for units.

Volet / Course Component: Séminaire / Seminar

Les cours CML 3901, DCL 5940 ne peuvent être combinés pour l'obtention de crédits. The courses CML 3901, DCL 5904 cannot be combined for credits.

CML 3922 Tribunal-école international Philip C. Jessup / Philip C. Jessup International Moot (3 crédits / 3 units)

Participation en qualité de représentant ou représentante de la Section de common law sous la direction d'un professeur ou d'une professeurede la Faculté, au concours de plaidoirie en droit international Jessup. / Participation as a representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Jessup International Moot.

Volet / Course Component: Tutoriel / Tutorial

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 3923 Coupe Laskin / Laskin Moot Court (3 crédits / 3 units)

Participation en qualité de représentant ou représentante de la Section de common law, sous la direction d'un professeur ou d'une professeure de la Faculté, au concours de plaidoirie Laskin. / Participation as representative of the Common Law Section, under Faculty supervision, in the Laskin Moot.

Volet / Course Component: Tutoriel / Tutorial

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 4100 Dispute Resolution Practicum (4 units)

An in-depth study of conflict resolution theory and processes. Applying core competencies for lawyers acting as negotiators or mediators. Students participate in the role plays, simulations, leading groups and debriefs, and assisting the first year students in CML 1106 Dispute Resolution and Professional Responsibility.

Course Component: Work Term

Students are admitted to this course by application. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 4101 Studies in Constitutional Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of Constitutional Law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4102 Current Trends in the Practice Federal Law (3 units)

An intermediate course reviewing the latest trends in public sector legal practice ranging from the policy development process to specific topics (from the Crown's perspective) including human rights; administrative law; Crown liability; dispute resolution; and international law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4103 Studies in Administrative Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of Administrative Law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4104 Studies in Public Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of Public Law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4105 International Trade Law (3 units)

Examination of the legal regime for international trade, including under the World Trade Organization.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4106 Studies in Private Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of private law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4107 Studies in Business Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of business law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4108 Studies in International Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of international law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4109 Studies in Human Rights (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of human rights.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4110 Studies in Legal Theory (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of interest and importance in the area of legal theory.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4111 Studies in Criminal Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of criminal law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4112 Interdisciplinary Studies in Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of interest and importance pertaining to the interdisciplinary study of law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4113 Selected Problems in Legal Practice (3 units)

Examination of specific topics pertaining to legal practice.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4114 Selected Topics - Intensive Study of a Selected Legal Issue (3 units)

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4115 European Union Law (3 units)

Examination of the legal system of the European Community (as well as the broader European Union) against the background of current developments such as membership expansion. Overview of the key European institutions and common policies, with a focus on the role of the Court of Justice and its jurisprudence.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4116 Advanced Refugee Law (3 units)

Application of refugee law principles and case law including a detailed analysis of the Convention refugee definition and the practical aspects of representing a refugee claimant during the refugee claim process. Review of the refugee claim process from the perspectives of the various stakeholders.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: CML 3397. This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 4117 Protection of Civilians in International Law (3 units)

The course addresses the content of specific humanitarian rules, including the four 1949 Geneva Conventions and their historical antecedents; the 1977 Protocols; and the laws of The Hague. The course also addresses contemporary humanitarian law challenges, such as the legality of the use of nuclear weapons, the environmental consequences of armed conflict, the status of unlawful combatants , and the specific victimization of women and children. Students will learn the legal regulation of specific conduct during armed conflict, including treatment of civilians, combatants and prisoners of war along with permissible and impermissible means and methods of warfare. This course cannot be counted towards any program offered by either section of the Faculty of Law.

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisite: CML 3117 or DCC 3517. This course cannot be counted towards any program offered by either section of the Faculty of Law.

CML 4118 Advanced Trademarks (3 units)

The prosecution and registration of trademarks and the protection of trademarks rights in Canada.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4122 Charities and Non-Profit Organizations (3 units)

The historical, legal and policy aspects of the laws governing charities and non-profit organizations.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4123 Advanced Employment Law (3 units)

The legal and policy underpinnings of employment law in Canada. Specific topics include protective statutory regimes such as the WSIB, pay equity and human rights, employment standards, occupational health and safety, and employment insurance.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4124 Transnational Corporations, Human Rights and International Economic Law (3 units)

This course examines the intersection between the activities of transnational corporations, international economic law, and international human rights law.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4125 International Trade Remedies (3 units)

Review of major areas of practice in international trade remedies such as: safeguard measures, anti-dumping duties, countervailing duties, customs valuations and tariff classifications, export and import controls, government procurement challenges, judicial reviews, investor-state disputes, trade remedies, and competition policy.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4128 International Contracts (3 units)

The law applicable to international sales contracts, focusing on the United Nations Conventions on the Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4130 Natural Resources Law (3 units)

Introduction to the key laws governing the management and conservation of natural resources (e.g. forests, wildlife, protected areas, etc.) in Canada, especially in Ontario. Review of constitutional jurisdiction over natural resources. Examination of natural resource litigation and law reform. Overview of different management perspectives such as economic, ethical, and multiple-use. Comparison with legislation in other jurisdictions.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4131 Multicultural Rights in Liberal Democraties (3 units)

Interdisciplinary analysis of the accommodation of multicultural rights in liberal states with concrete examples of cases from various countries including Canada and the United States. Examination of topics such as religious freedoms, language rights, women's equality and rights of indigenous peoples.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4132 International Humanitarian Law (3 units)

Analysis of the philosophy, principles and practical application of International Humanitarian Law. Also known as the law of war, or the law of armed conflict, international humanitarian law consists of the international rules governing the conduct of hostilities, the methods and means of warfare, and international rules designed to protect the victims of armed conflict.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4133 Digital Music and the Law (3 units)

Legal, commercial, technological and social perspectives on the laws affecting digital music.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4134 Studies in Environmental Law (3 units)

Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of environmental law.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4136 Advanced International Economic Law (3 units)

This seminar explores contemporary theoretical and systemic issues in international economic law.

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: CML 4105 or CML 3143.

CML 4137 Puerto Rico Exchange Course (3 units)

This is a January exchange course, taught one week in Ottawa, two weeks in Puerto Rico. The class is shared equally by uOttawa and UPR students. Students will have the opportunity to register in one of the following topics: Feminist Legal Issues, Arte-Rico or Techno-Rico.

Course Component: Seminar

Students in this course are evaluated by S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory).

CML 4144 Civil Procedure I (3 units)

A general overview of the law of procedure, reflecting existing and proposed Rules of Practice. "Cause of action" and basic jurisdictional concepts and courts hierarchy. Consideration from consultation through originating process, service (including ex juries), pleadings, to pre-trial. Summary and interlocutory motions. Defaults. Aspects of judgments, costs and appeals. Parties including joinder, set-off and counterclaim and Third Party.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4145 Professional Responsibility and the Practice of Law (3 units)

The study of the practice of law in common law jurisdictions. Subjects include Professional Responsibility, research, writing, and oral argument. During this course, students will undertake research projects and written and oral advocacy.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4146 Studies in Common Law and Equity (3 units)

This course deals with trusts, equitable principles in general and fiduciary obligations in the business context. It will also examine fiduciary obligations in the context of the relations between First Nations and the government of Canada.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4150 Globalization and Law (3 units)

Analysis of the globalization of law and its impact on society in selected areas. Introduction to international institutions, organizations and government departments that are involved in areas of globalization such as human rights, international trade, the environment, the labour market, finance and capital markets.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4162 Advanced Aboriginal Law (3 units)

Selected problems in Aboriginal Law such as achieving and implementing self-government, the legal position of Metis and of non-status Indians, international law concerning indigenous peoples, comparative legal treatment of Aboriginal issues among common law counties, negotiating new treaties, and inter-governmental relations between provincial, federal, and Aboriginal jurisdictions. (Recommended: CML 2301).

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4163 Comparative Indigenous Rights (3 units)

This course is conducted as a seminar that concentrates upon a selection of critical issues affecting indigenous peoples arising within Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and other countries in which the similarities and differences in domestic law and indigenous aspirations are explored in detail from a comparative perspective. In the past, the seminar included sessions on: the discovery doctrine, aboriginal and treaty rights, self-determination and jurisdiction, domestic constitutional structuring of the relationship, fiduciary/trustee obligations, community recognition processes, economic development, taxation, land claims, religious freedom and natural resources. The seminar also examines current and evolving international indigenous rights standards. The seminar has been developed in partnership with the University of Oklahoma and has expended to include a number of other law schools in Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand. The course is structured so as to include a weekly component of a fully interactive videoconference linkage with the students and professors from the other participating law schools.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4200 Selected Topics - Intensive Study of a Selected Legal Issue With Follow-Up Research Project (4 units)

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4201 Clinical Program in Taxation (9 units)

Co-operative and clinical work study program in income taxation; student placed at the Department of Justice under the supervision of a senior legal counsel.

Course Component: Work Term

Prerequisite: CML 3204.

CML 4203 Npsia Research Essay (6 units)

This course is designed to provide students in the joint LL.B.-M.A. program with dedicated time to focus on the preparation of the Research Essay to be submitted as a requirement of the M.A. portion of the program. Units are awarded, on a graded basis, at the University of Ottawa for the final version of the Research Essay submitted for examination at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs.

Course Component: Research

CML 4303 International Commercial Arbitration (3 units)

Introduction to the basic concepts, rules, practices and institutions related to international commercial arbitration, both between private parties and between private parties and states. The focus will be on the major international instruments and institutions of international commercial arbitration and the law as it has developed in Canada.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4304 Financial Skills for Lawyers (3 units)

This course will focus on understanding financial statements after they have been prepared by an accountant in order to interpret and analyze them in the context of business transactions, including white collar crime. This course will prepare lawyers for practice in all areas of law, corporate, commercial, tax, securities, investment analysis and litigation, where lawyers use financial statements in contracts, agreements and computation of damages.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4305 Advocacy Before International Tribunals (3 units)

Addresses the dispute settlement mechanisms of international tribunals involved in adjudicating issues under agreements such as the ICSID Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes, the North American Free Trade Agreement Chapter 11, the WTO agreement. The course covers written and oral advocacy skills.

Course Component: Seminar

This course satisfies the oral advocacy requirement.

CML 4306 International Intellectual Property (3 units)

Treaties and laws governing the international protection of intellectual property rights.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4307 Legal Writing: Write With Purpose, Essential Skills for Lawyers (3 units)

Practice in writing a range of legal documents effectively, with clarity, style, correct grammar and cultural and gender sensitivity.

Course Component: Seminar

CML 4341 Contracts (3 units)

Study and analysis of the basic principles of contract law; formation of contracts; interpretation of contracts; discharge of contracts; excuses for non-performance; remedies for breach. The role of equitable principles is also analyzed.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4342 Torts (3 units)

An introduction to basic concepts of tort responsibility including negligence, intentional interference with interests in personality, property, reputation, economic and domestic relationships; vicarious liability; nuisance; occupier's liability; products liability; strict liability; misrepresentation; and remedies.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4343 Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals and Intellectual Property (3 units)

Introduction to the law relevant to the commercialization of biotechnologies and pharmaceuticals, touching on issues relating to the legal use of and patentability of biotechnologies, pharmaceuticals and human tissue, trade marks and the pharmaceutical industry, trade secrets and plant breeder s rights, contractual issues particular to the working of biotechnologies. Review of selected topics relating to the protection of proprietary rights and their intersection with regulatory regimes and public policy issues in these fields of technology, such as the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board, data protection and the Patented Medecines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4347 Property (3 units)

Introduction to the concepts of property, ownership and possession, and the law relating to interests in real and personal property. Acquisition and the loss of right of title to personal property; ownership by possession, accession, conversion, judgment, gift, liens, pledges, bailment. Doctrine of tenure: types of estates, the spouse's interest in the matrimonial home and other property, and concurrent ownership, the Statute of Uses, current Ontatio deed, registration, forced sales, lapse of devises and exceptions, rule in Shelley's case and rule in Wild's case, devolution of estates, extinguishment of title, future interests in land. First Nations' practices, customs and traditions relating to property as well as title claims are also examined.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4382 Feminist Legal Issues (3 units)

Introduction to specific areas of feminist legal writing, such as women s and racialized legal history, legal responses to violence against women and children, and critical race and a range of other topics in which race, class and gender intersect with law.

Course Component: Lecture

CML 4500 Stage en résolution de différends (3 crédits)

Ce cours permet à l'étudiante ou l'étudiant d'approfondir ses connaissances et ses habiletés en matière de résolution de différends. Le cours porte à la fois sur la théorie et l'application pratique des connaissances. Ce cours possède deux volets - la partie formation à l'automne et la partie pratique durant la session de janvier. Le volet pratique comprend la participation à l'animation du cours de première année CML 1506 - Introduction à la résolution. Cette participation se fait sous forme d'interventions lors de simulations, de jeux de rôles et de travail en petit groupe, etc. Ce cours satisfait aux exigences du tribunal-école.

Volet : Stage

Ce cours satisfait à l'exigence de plaidoirie.

CML 4501 Études en droit constitutionnel (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit constitutionnel.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4502 Études en administration de la justice (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine de l'administration de la justice.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4503 Études en droit administratif (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit administratif.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4504 Études en droit public (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit public.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4505 Études en matière de règlementation (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine de la réglementation gouvernementale.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4506 Études en droit privé (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit privé.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4507 Études en droit des affaires (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit des affaires.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4508 Études en droit international (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit international tel le droit économique européen.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4509 Études en matière des droits de la personne (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine des droits de la personne.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4510 Études en matière de la théorie du droit (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine de la théorie du droit.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4511 Études en droit criminel (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit criminel.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4512 Études juridiques interdisciplinaires (3 crédits)

Examen des grands thèmes juridiques d'intérêt dans une optique interdisciplinaire.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4513 Problèmes pratiques en droit (3 crédits)

Examen de thèmes particuliers reliés à la pratique du droit.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4514 Thèmes choisis - étude intensive sur un thème choisi en droit (3 crédits)

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4519 Les droits linguistiques au Canada (3 crédits)

Analyse des éléments essentiels du régime linguistique constitutionnel et législatif du Canada par le truchement d'une analyse contextuelle, critique et historique des dispositions pertinentes et de leur jurisprudence. Analyse des droits des communautés de langue officielle en situation minoritaire. Accent sur les langues officielles du Canada, ainsi que sur leur statut, droits et privilèges, tant sur les plans fédéral, provincial, territorial, municipal et scolaire. Le statut et les droits et privilèges d'autres langues utilisées au Canada, dont certaines langues autochtones. Introduction aux instruments de droit international public relatifs à la langue et aux minorités nationales.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4520 Droit pénal international (3 crédits)

Introduction au droit pénal international et à ses notions fondamentales dans une perspective comparative avec le droit et la procédure canadienne en matière criminelle. La première partie du cours sert à introduire l'historique du droit pénal international et ses sources, alors que la deuxième partie s'attarde aux mécanismes de mise en oeuvre du droit pénal international y compris la typologie des juridictions pénales internationales, les principes généraux en matière de compétence, la jurisprudence du TPIR et du TPIY et une introduction à la Cour pénale internationale; perspectives canadiennes du droit pénal international. La troisième partie du cours touche au droit des crimes internationaux plus particulièrement les notions de crime international, les types de crimes internationaux, les principes généraux applicables à la répression des crimes internationaux, les moyens de défense en vigueur en droit pénal international.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4521 Droit international de l'environnement (3 crédits)

Ce cours se veut une introduction aux principaux défis environnementaux (changement climatique, protection de la couche d'ozone, biodiversité, déchets dangereux etc.) et à la réponse du droit international à ces défis. Nous étudierons les principales conventions dans le domaine tout en examinant leurs relations avec des domaines connexes du droit international comme par exemple les droits de la personne et le droit du commerce international.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4529 Droit de l?environnement approfondi (3 crédits)

Étude approfondie du droit de l'environnement, et/ou du droit des ressources naturelles, incluant certains thèmes spécialisés. Examen détaillé de certains défis environnementaux d'actualité, tels que le changement climatique ou la gestion de l'eau, et de certains outils de réglementation, tels que l'évaluation environnementale ou l'écofiscalité.

Volet : Séminaire

Préalable : CML 3769 (Droit de l'environnement) ou CML 4530 (Ressources naturelles) or CML 3369 (Environmental Law) or CML 4130 (Natural Ressources Law).

CML 4530 Droit des ressources naturelles (3 crédits)

Étude du domaine du droit des ressources naturelles en tenant compte de diverses ressources, notamment les forêts, l'eau, les minéraux, l'huile et le gaz, l'énergie renouvelable, et les services écologiques. Examen des modes de division de la nature en droits d'usage, des modes de répartition et de rajustement de ces droits, de la résolution des différends entre utilisateurs, et de la manière dont les droits d'usage sont intégrés à l'écosystème.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4535 L'approche économique et le droit de l'environnement (3 crédits)

Introduction aux enjeux environnementaux et au système de réglementation de ces questions suivant une perspective économique.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4544 Procédure civile I (3 crédits)

Un aperçu général de la procédure civile reflétant les règles de pratique existantes et proposées, ainsi que la déontologie et la responsabilité professionnelle. Théorie générale de l'action en justice. Organisation judiciaire et compétence des tribunaux. Procédure ordinaire et incidente en première instance : la signification incluant la signification ex juris, les plaidoiries, avant-procès. Requêtes introductives et interlocutoires. Procédures en cas de défaut de comparaître ou de plaider. Jugements, dépens et appels. Les parties, incluant la jonction de partie, la jonction d'instances, la consolidation d'instances et la mise-en-cause des tiers.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4545 La responsabilité professionnelle et les enjeux de la pratique de droit (3 crédits)

Études des différents aspects de la pratique de droit dans un ressort de common law. Les sujets abordés comprennent la responsabilité professionnelle, la recherche, la rédaction et la plaidoirie. Durant ce cours, les étudiants participeront à des projets de recherche et de plaidoirie écrite et orale.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4546 Études en Common Law et équité (3 crédits)

Ce cours porte sur le concept de la fiducie, les principes d'equity et sur les obligations fiduciales qui s'appliquent aux relations commerciales et d'affaires et les obligations fiduciaires dans le contexte des relations entre le gouvernement du Canada et les peuples autochtones.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4600 Thèmes choisis - étude intensive sur un thème choisi en droit suivi d'un projet de recherche (4 crédits)

Volet : Recherche

CML 4700 Problèmes constitutionnels canadiens (3 crédits)

Séminaire visant à l'approfondissement du droit constitutionnel canadien, via l'étude de problèmes d'actualité qui présentent un intérêt national.

Volet : Séminaire

CML 4701 Droit des délits approfondi (3 crédits)

Réflexion sur les fondements théoriques du droit des délits et sur le rôle de ce domaine de droit comme outil de changement social à la lumière de sujets d actualité tels la responsabilité du fait des produits du tabac, les délits dans le cyberespace, la diffamation et les propos discriminatoires, la torture comme délit, la réparation du préjudice moral, la responsabilité des autorités publiques en matière de santé publique, les délits liés à la conception et les délits d incidence massive.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4702 Rédaction juridique approfondie (3 crédits)

Un cours, qui peut être offert sous forme d ateliers, permettant aux personnes inscrites d approfondir leur capacité de rédiger divers textes de nature juridique. Des spécialistes provenant de la pratique privée et du gouvernement peuvent être invités à partager leurs expériences dans ces domaines.

Volet : Séminaire

Les étudiants et étudiantes ayant déjà suivi le cours sous la cote CML 4514 Atelier en rédacation juridique avancée ne peuvent suivre ce cours.

CML 4715 Droit de la preuve approfondi (3 crédits)

Étude approfondie des principes et des règles de preuve en matière pénale ou civile ou les deux.

Volet : Cours magistral

Préalable: CML 3703.

CML 4741 Les contrats (3 crédits)

Études des principes fondamentaux du droit des contrats; la formation des contrats; l'interprétation du contrat; la résiliation du contrat les justifications de l'inexécution; les redressements en cas d'inexécution du contrat. Le rôle des principes d'equity est aussi examiné.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4742 Délits civils (3 crédits)

Introduction au concept et fondements de la responsabilité ; la négligence ; les atteintes intentionnelles à la personne et à la propriété ; la responsabilité du fait d'autrui ; la nuisance ; la responsabilité de l'occupant `la responsabilité du manufacturier, la responsabilité stricte ; les déclarations inexactes et les recours.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4747 Droit des biens (3 crédits)

Introduction aux concepts de propriété et possession; le droit relatif aux biens réels et personnels; l'acquisision et la perte d'un droit ou titre sur un bien personnel; la propriété par possession, accession, confusion, jugement, donation, droit de rétention de gage, dépôt. Doctrine des tenures : types de domaines, le foyer conjugal et les autres biens conjugaux; la copropriété, le Statute of Uses, l'acte de cession de l'Ontatio, l'enregistrement, la vente judiciaire, la caducité des legs et les exceptions, les règles Shelley et Wild, la dévolution des successions, l'extinction du titre, les droits futurs. Les formes de propriété et de possession reconnues dans les traditions des Premières Nations ainsi que leurs revendications territoriales seront aussi examinées.

Volet : Cours magistral

CML 4900 Current Canadian Constitutional Issues (3 crédits / 3 units)

This course is an advanced seminar in Canadian Constitutional Law focusing on current issues of national importance.

Volet / Course Component: Séminaire / Seminar

CML 4914 Études intensives : Thème choisi en droit / Intensive Study: Select Legal Issues. (3 crédits / 3 units)

Examen de thèmes spécifiques d'intérêt actuel dans le domaine du droit. / Examination of specific topics of current importance in the area of law.

Volet / Course Component: Séminaire / Seminar, Stage / Work Term

CML 5000 Patents and Trade-Marks

Volet / Course Component: Cours magistral / Lecture