Course Information

Course Number

250

Credits

3

Area of Study & Practice

  • Constitutional Law and Civil Rights
  • Family Property and Relations
  • Taxation and Estate Planning

Family Law

A study of legal and policy issues relating to the family, emphasizing marriage and divorce. Topics include requirements for marriage, nontraditional families, obligations at divorce, establishing parenthood, and adoption. In addition to a three-hour final examination, all students must negotiate a separation agreement and visit a local family court.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2014
E-mail ListSakai Site

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Fall 2012
Sakai Site

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2012
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2011
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2010
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2009
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Fall 2007
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Fall 2006

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2006

Susan Lewis
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2005

Family Law 250.01
Spring 2005

Jolynn Childers Dellinger
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2004

Jolynn Childers Dellinger
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2003

Jean Cary
Family Law 250.01
Spring 2001