Block: 17.-28.5.2010, jeweils 10.00-11.30 (VM) und 14.30-16.00 (NM)
17.5., VM, Sem 42, NM, Sem 62
18.5., VM, Sem 41, NM, Sem 62
19.5., VM, Sem 42, NM, Sem 62
20.5., VM, Sem 42, NM, Sem 62
21.5., VM, Sem 42, NM, Sem 62
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25.5., VM, Sem 42, NM, Sem 62
26.5., VM, Sem 31, NM, Sem 41
27.5., VM, Sem 42, NM, Sem 62
28.5., VM, Sem 42, NM, Sem 62http://roemr.univie.ac.at
Art der Leistungskontrolle und erlaubte Hilfsmittel
Mindestanforderungen und Beurteilungsmaßstab
This will be a very intensive course for everyone (your teacher included). Because of other teaching commitments, unfortunately I have to teach this course within two weeks. This means that we have to meet three hours per day, with the exception of Thursday, May 22, which is a holiday. In particular the two hour sessions in the afternoon will focus on case analysis and discussion, and it is necessary that all students in class take the time to read the assignments before class. I realize that few of you had the opportunity to follow a course in a common law subject taught entirely in English. Of course I will take this into account when determining assignments/required reading; but you also need to take the language factor into account by reserving the necessary time to read the materials ahead of class. Reviewing the materials may require a few hours every day, on top of class time. Only students who can come to essentially all classes for two weeks and commit the necessary time to prepare for each class should register and attend.
The exam will include essay-type questions. You will be asked to apply what we have discussed in class to resolve two hypothetical fact patterns.