USC Gould School of Law is seeking a part-time lecturer to teachÂ Regulatory Compliance for the fall 2019 semester, from August 26 to December 18, 2019. The class is scheduled to be held onÂ Wednesday evenings from 5:00 to 7:50pm. Candidates should have strong legal professional backgrounds, preferably with teaching experience.
This specific section of the class will be taught exclusively to our on-campus Master of Studies in Law (MSL) students. MSL students are pursuing graduate studies in law but are not interested in the Juris Doctor nor in practicing law. They are often exposed to law through their work or wish to move into a career which deals with legal aspects.
Compliance is the process of ensuring that a company and its employees follow the laws, regulations, and standards that apply to an organization. This course provides students with an examination of various areas of law, regulation, and policies, as well as the ways specific industries utilize compliance protocols or programs. Central principles, as well as the statutory and regulatory framework that governs this growing field of compliance, will be analyzed. (3 units)
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