|Previous | Fall 2013 | Spring 2014|
There are no notices at this time.
Construction law incorporates sophisticated legal issues with practice areas that reach across the U.S. economy. Construction matters routinely include contract law, labor relations, litigation and dispute resolution, government contracting, administrative law, and ethics. Private law firms, in house legal departments and government agencies continually hire graduates for their construction groups, yet students often have a negligible introduction to the field and are often not prepared for the nuances and scope of the work. In this class, we explore the law of the construction industry with case studies and student discussions, along with site visits and tours of subcontractor facilities.
Textbooks and Other Materials
The textbook information on this page was provided by the instructor. Students should use this information when considering purchases from the AU Campus Store or other vendors. Students may check here to determine if books are currently available for purchase at the AU Campus Store.
Smith, Currie and Hancock's Common Sense Construction Law: A Practical Guide for the Construction Professional,, by Thomas J. Kelleher Jr. (Editor), G. Scott Walters, John Wiley & Sons; 4th edition (January 27, 2009), ISBN-13: 978-0470231364
First Class Readings
Not available at this time.
The syllabus is available in the following format(s):