Business Law for Personal Use
Updated Tuesday, May 26, 2020
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May 26, 2020 Assignnment - Read the articles on the court cases of Escobedo v. Illinois and Miranda v. Arizona. Use the readings to answer the questions on the two cases. Please submit your work by Monday, June 1.
May 19, 2020 Assignment - View the PPT on property ownership, read the article on forms of co-ownership and fill in the chart that goes with the article. Due to the holiday, please submit your work by Tuesday, May 26.
May 5, 2020 Assignment - View the two videos and read the article on the Gideon v. Wainwright landmark Supreme Court Case. All of the necessary resources are embedded into the assignment. Because I am missing so many intellectual property assignments and AP's starting next week, this assignment should be submitted to me by Monday, May 18th.
April 28, 2020 Assignment - Complete the Intellectual Property assignment found on my website. Please submit your assignment by Monday May 4th.
April 21, 2020 Assignment - View the Mapp v. Ohio video linked in the Mapp v. Ohio assignment below and answer the questions that go with it. Please sumbit your responses to me by Friday, April 24th.
April 14, 2020 Assignment - Research marriage laws in NYS state using the Marriage Internet Search below. Please submit your work by Friday, April 17th.
March 31, 2020 Last week I asked you to research the Brown v. Board of Education landmark case. This week, using the guiding questions I provided last week, write a summary of the case to include the main issues of the case, the ruling, any case law that impacted the case, and what the case means for Americans. Lastly, did you agree or disagree with the satement that schools are still segregated? Justify your answer with concrete examples.
This course is designed to introduce the students to the world of Law for Business & Personal Use. They will have the opportunity to explore many aspects of the law in their personal lives, as well as the legal environment related to the world of business.
Those students who have enrolled in the Business Law for Personal Use class for the 2019-2020 school year are eligible to receive six college credits through MCC. Please check out the link provided below or on the dual credit page to find information on how to register. Please look for information to come home the first week of classes.
Registration is open from TBD (Fall) & TBD (Spring)
Course Name & Number - Law 101 (Fall) & Law 110 (Spring)
Tuition Due TBD
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