LAW-101

Fundamentals of the Law

A study of how civil and criminal law governs society. Purchases, leases, contracts, divorces, environmental issues, and criminal offenses will be explored. Emphasis will be on development of those skills necessary to recognize and better deal with common legal problems to be confronted throughout adult life. Three class hours.

Register for this CourseView Final Exam Schedule

LAW-101 Sections for Spring 2021

With the following scheduling option(s)
With the following course attribute(s)

3 Sections Offered

LAW-101, Section 003

CRN #20234
Remote Learning

Instructor(s)

Michael Martella

Seats Remaining

8

Already on Waitlist

0

Scheduled Meeting Times

TypeLocationDate(s)Day / Time
LectureRemote LearningJan 25th, 2021 – May 15th, 2021Tuesday, Thursday
9:30 am - 10:50 am
Type Lecture
Location Remote Learning
Date(s) Jan 25th, 2021 – May 15th, 2021
Day / Time Tuesday, Thursday
9:30 am - 10:50 am
***Open Educational Resources (OER) Courses have eliminated or reduced course material costs.***

LAW-101, Section CC2

CRN #21477
Remote Learning

Instructor(s)

Michael Martella

Seats Remaining

13

Already on Waitlist

0

Scheduled Meeting Times

TypeLocationDate(s)Day / Time
LectureRemote LearningJan 25th, 2021 – May 15th, 2021Monday, Wednesday
10:30 am - 11:50 am
Type Lecture
Location Remote Learning
Date(s) Jan 25th, 2021 – May 15th, 2021
Day / Time Monday, Wednesday
10:30 am - 11:50 am
***Open Educational Resources (OER) Courses have eliminated or reduced course material costs.***

LAW-101, Section SL1

CRN #21478
SUNY Learning Network (Online)

Instructor(s)

Kelly Nagle

Seats Remaining

0

Already on Waitlist

0

Scheduled Meeting Times

TypeLocationDate(s)Day / Time
LectureOnline
Jan 25th, 2021 – May 15th, 2021N/A
Type Lecture
Location Online
Date(s) Jan 25th, 2021 – May 15th, 2021
Day / Time N/A
***Instructor permission is required to register for SLN (online) sections as of one day before the official class start date. Please contact the instructor directly. No permission is necessary prior to that date.***