What might happen if someone sold a house to you and you didn't know that it was haunted? Or what if your neighbor decided to write your epitaph on a tombstone that he used for a Halloween yard decoration? Or what if someone took the vampire character too far in actually drinking blood from a victim? What if you got so frightened in a haunted house party that you broke your leg when you tried to escape? All of these fascinating questions span subject areas of law which will earn you graduation from Halloween Law School if you make it through the course.
If you dare to attend Halloween Law School, you will get a sense of what it takes to go to the first year of law school (in the U.S.). Hogwarts might teach you to be a wizard, but the Halloween Law School course will prepare you for the scariest night of the year. You will learn some legaleze along the way, and learn a bit about a lawyer's brain without ever having to take it out! This course will conjure up real law cases in every subject of the first year of law school for you and leave you frightfully ready to deal with any case from the crypt.
You will understand the structure of the course and the scope of Halloween Law for purposes of this course. You will also be given information for ordering the course book, Halloween Law, which can be found on amazon and kindle.
Halloween Property law will cover issues in basic property law and intellectual property law as they relate to Halloween.
Halloween Contract Law is a favorite of many law students because it is an frightfully real story about a court finding a house was haunted -- as a matter of law. You will learn what this means and how the case was decided plus more on contract law, including terms of service.
Halloween Constitutional Law is astonishingly rich with cases about the First Amendment which will send shivers down your spine. You will be exposed to the logic in deciding these fascinating cases and hopefully learn to spot these issues at Halloween.
Halloween Tort Law is a subject that is irresistable to the ghoulish Halloween Law student who wants to see what tortious conduct has to do with Halloween, and you will learn what that is!
Victoria Sutton, MPA, PhD, JD is a distinguished law professor at Texas Tech University School of Law and is author of eight law books and numerous law articles, and winner of several book awards. She is also a filmmaker. She teaches courses in emerging technologies law, nanotechnology law, biosecurity law, space law, environmental law and cybersecurity law. She has also served as an advisor on cybersecurity and biosecurity for government agencies.