Inquiry into the nature of "property" and "ownership" of land and structures on land and the ways in which ownership may be established, restricted, transferred, and divided among various persons.
 Hours4.0 Credit, 4.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesAdmission to law school.
Course Outcomes

Foundational Concepts

Students will receive an introduction to the most foundational concepts in property law.

Analytical Skills

Students will develop analytical skills required of law students and lawyers.

Self-directed Learner

Students will become self-directed learners of the law.

Case Interpretation

Learn to interpret cases in a common law system.

Legal Rules

Learn to understand, formulate and question legal rules using public policy analysis.


Develop ability to predict arguments and outcomes in scenarios where legal rules are not fully resolved.


Appreciate the significance of property law from various perspectives, including economic efficiency, underprivileged, and feminist perspectives.

Technical Rules

Develop skills for applying technical rules of property transfer.