Class Unique: 29300
This survey course considers what happens in litigation after liability is determined. Namely, what can a court do for a claimant who has been wronged? Much of this course builds on what you learned about damages in Torts and Contracts. Other remedies will be less familiar. We will survey the principal remedies prevailing parties are entitled to receive, namely: compensatory damages; preventive, reparative and structural injunctions; declaratory remedies; restitution; punitive damages; and the means of enforcing judgments. We will constantly ask what a plaintiff can get, why plaintiffs can get a particular remedy, why they can't get more, and which remedy is best suited for particular plaintiffs. Intermittently, we will ask whether theories of corrective justice or economic efficiency better explain the remedies available to plaintiffs.

Class Details

Meeting Days Time Location
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:50 am - 12:57 pm TNH 2.138
Evaluation Method Date Time Alpha Range Room
Take-home 5/8/14

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Course Type


  • Modern American Remedies - Doug Laycock
      Aspen , edition: 4th
      ISBN: 978-0-7355-7201-0   (required)