Remedies – 6200

This will be an extremely useful course for your practice.  One of the first things clients want to know is what are their available remedies.  They will ask you about your strategy either to get them the relief they seek or to defend against a remedy they do not want to provide. Before they decide to pay for the effort of proving their entitlement to relief, they want to know if the available remedy will be worth the effort.  This course tells you what types and kinds of relief courts can provide. In it, we will explore not just basic and advanced methods of proving monetary damages, but also how to obtain injunctions, restitution, and declaratory relief. The questions we will ask throughout are what can the plaintiff (or the defendant) get? Why that and not something else? Which of the available remedies or defenses is best for the situation at hand? What are the strategic and practical ways to achieve the desired result? Remedies integrates threads from different parts of the law school curriculum and will explore options that will make you a more valuable and effective attorney.


Subject Area
Civil Litigation *
Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
Student Year
Upper Division
Grade base
A - F
Course type