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Sep 11th 2017

Achat de fournitures de bureau, de repas pour la restauration scolaire, de prestations de ménage, réalisation de travaux d’entretien de voirie ou des espaces verts, construction de nouveaux équipements, le fonctionnement des services et la mise en œuvre des projets des collectivités territoriales nécessitent la passation de marchés publics. Souvent perçus comme rébarbatifs pour leur côté procédurier et règlementaire par les non juristes ils sont les outils d’un service public de qualité. Ce MOOC, intitulé "les fondamentaux des marchés publics", a pour objet de présenter, de façon didactique, les principales règles relatives à la commande publique.

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Aug 28th 2017

This course will highlight the construction and interpretation of the U.S. Constitution through the centuries. You'll learn the history behind the Constitution, cases that formed important precedent, and how changes in interpretation have been dependent on shifts in cultural and political climate as well as the composition of the Supreme Court.

Average: 5 (1 vote)
Aug 28th 2017

Think about the oldest and most familiar principles of American law, property and proportional liability, in a new and surprising way, and learn to apply economic reasoning to an especially important and interesting aspect of life.

Average: 8.7 (3 votes)

Aug 28th 2017

The Common Law of England and Wales is one of the major global legal traditions. In order to understand the common law, we need to deal with its history, and the development of its characteristic institutions like the jury, judge made law, parliamentary sovereignty and due process.

Average: 7.3 (8 votes)
Aug 21st 2017

This course offers an introduction to the U.S. Constitution and landmark Supreme Court cases interpreting it. It explores the Constitution’s origins, its amendment over the years, and methods of constitutional interpretation. Topics include the nature and structure of the federal government, the powers of the federal government, and individual rights.

Average: 8.3 (3 votes)
Aug 21st 2017

Chemerinsky on Constitutional Law: Individual Rights and Liberties will highlight the construction and interpretation of the U.S. Constitution through the centuries with an emphasis on protections of individual liberties and the evolution of equal protection. You'll learn the history behind the Constitution, cases that formed important precedent, and how changes in interpretation have been dependent on shifts in cultural and political climate as well as the composition of the Supreme Court.

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Aug 21st 2017

Prominent business school researchers have identified a powerful model for making business decisions that is based on economics, law and ethics. The Three Pillar model in this course expands this model by adding strategy in place of economics. With this change, the model becomes a practical framework that you can use to make all types of decisions—business, leadership and personal.

Average: 8.5 (2 votes)
Aug 14th 2017

An introduction to the main themes of the American Constitution—popular sovereignty, separation of powers, federalism, and rights.

Average: 9 (1 vote)
Aug 14th 2017

This seven-week course will explore the relationship between law and technology with a strong focus on the law of the United States with some comparisons to laws around the world, especially in Europe. Tech progress is an important source of economic growth and raises broader questions about the human condition, including how culture evolves and who controls that evolution. Technology also matters in countless other ways as it often establishes the framework in which governments interact with their citizens, both in allowing speech and blocking it and in establishing exactly what the boundaries are between private life and the government. And technology itself is powerfully shaped by the laws that apply in areas as diverse as copyright, antitrust, patents, privacy, speech law and the regulation of networks.

Average: 6.6 (12 votes)
Aug 14th 2017

An introduction to basic techniques of constitutional interpretation.

Average: 8 (4 votes)
Aug 14th 2017

This course will give you a glimpse into six different areas of American law: Tort Law, Contract Law, Property, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Civil Procedure. You will gain insight into the complexities and dilemmas that arise from the application of law in different settings, and what is distinctive about American approaches.

Average: 7 (7 votes)

Aug 14th 2017

Whether you are an advanced law student looking to review the basics, or an aspiring law student looking for head start, this course will help you build the foundation you will need to succeed in law school and beyond. This course will introduce you to terminology, concepts, and tools lawyers and legal academics use to make their arguments. It will help you follow these arguments—and make arguments of your own.

Average: 6.5 (13 votes)