This international and comparative course introduces students to Cultural Property Law concepts globally. The course explores comparative policy, practice, ethics, rights and perspectives. Areas examined may include international agreements, laws, disputes and debate concerning the disposition and preservation of cultural property and heritage. Specific topics may include: cultural property and the law of war, the international cultural property debate, the illegal transfer of cultural property, archaeological looting, museum policy, historic preservation, the law of underwater cultural heritage, and indigenous cultural heritage appropriation and protection.
This course will introduce students to the regulation of high tech crimes committed through or with the aid of computers and the internet. Students will discuss the redefinition of crimes and criminal defenses in the age of the internet, legislative responses to high tech crime, and the impact of technology on such fundamental criminal law concepts of search and seizure.
PILF Auction Brunch & Bubbly
March 16, 2014 12:00pm-3:00am
Admitted Student Mixer - March 22
March 22, 2014 2:00pm-4:00pm
Preview Day for Prospective Students - March 29, 2014
March 29, 2014 10:00am-1:30pm