Scott L. Cummings

Scott L. Cummings

Robert Henigson Professor of Legal Ethics
Professor of Law
B.A. University of California, Berkeley, 1992
J.D. Harvard, 1996
UCLA Faculty Since 2002

S. Cummings

This seminar is a non-credit first-year course required of all students in The David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy. Through readings, guest speakers, and class discussion,...

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S. Cummings

This course provides a survey of the law of corporations, both public and closely held. Topics include corporate formation; the authority and duties of corporate managers, including the duty of care...

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S. Cummings

This course will consider the source, scope, and limits of local government power. It will consider the relationship of local governments to state and federal government and of the relationship of...

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S. Cummings

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE This course provides an introduction to the law of professional responsibility. The central goal is to understand how...

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S. Cummings

This seminar is a required course for the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy and enrollment is limited to Epstein Program students. Building on the First Year Epstein Program...

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S. Cummings

This course will examine the role of law as a tool of collective struggle through case studies of five pivotal social movements that have reshaped American politics: the civil rights, labor,...

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S. Cummings

Community economic development (CED) is an important strategy for fighting inequality and building power, in which lawyers play critical roles. A main goal of CED, advanced by grassroots...

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S. Cummings / D. Smith

Community economic development (CED) has emerged over the past quarter century as a important strategy for redressing urban poverty. The main programmatic goal of CED—advanced primarily by...

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