Russell Korobkin

Russell Korobkin

Vice Dean for Graduate and Professional Education
Richard C. Maxwell Professor of Law
B.A. Stanford, 1989
J.D. Stanford, 1994
UCLA Faculty Since 2000

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This is a course about the law governing private agreements. The course analyzes the criteria for determining whether or not a particular promise or voluntary agreement is legally enforceable and...

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This course describes and evaluates the fundamental doctrines in American law that govern the rights and responsibilities private actors have concerning other private actors, as opposed to the rights...

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“Law and Economics” analysis is normatively committed to using legal policy to promote the efficient production and allocation of resources and consequently the maximization of social welfare. In...

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Lawyers, like other professionals, follow a norm of serving their clients’ interests: the ideal of the “zealous advocate” is central to the profession's self-image. At the same time, and sometimes in...

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Nearly all lawyers, in both litigation and transactional practices, negotiate on a regular basis. “Introduction to Negotiation,” a 3-unit experiential course designed specifically for LL.M. students...

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R. Korobkin / D. Birnholz / R. Feldman / B. Spellman / M. Hutchinson

Nearly all lawyers, in both litigation and transactional practices, negotiate on a regular basis. “Negotiation Theory and Practice,” a 3-unit experiential course taught in an intensive workshop...

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