|Course||Gaming and Gambling - Law 631E|
|Instructor||Don Dutton View Faculty Page|
|Units||2 - Graded|
Completion of first year of law school.
This course will explore the definition(s) of Gaming/Gambiling; prohibition of Gaming/Gambling; regulation of legal Gaming activities by federal, state and trival regulatory bodies; social harms of Gaming/Gamblign; regulating fair play, cheating and gaming profitibility and exploring revenue streams to federal, state and tribal governments. Exploration of recent case law and possible federal legislation.
GAMING AND GAMBLING LAW, Cases and Materials (WASHBURN)
Lecture and Discussion
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|Basis for grading||
Students will be graded based on class participation and final examination.
We will learn about Gaming today and where we expect it to be tomorrow. There will be guest speakers and out of class learnign experiences.