A survey of the law of intestate and testate succession, will substitutes, private and charitable trusts, fiduciary administration, and future interests (including the Rule Against Perpetuities).
Prof. Cassandra Burke Robertson is John Deaver Drinko - BakerHostetler Professor of Law and Director of the School of Law Center for Professional Ethics, who regularly teaches Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility and Secured Transactions. This semester, she teaches the Barristers (320) section of Civil Procedure.
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