Every student is supposed to choose 3 subjects among the 8 subjects divided in Max Weber's definition about rights(refer the below)
  The students who choose the same subject will be the group members, and the group will do research and make presentation with those key words given below on mind.
  Groupworks will go on through the whole semester.
    Between the parties
Based on social contracts 

    Sociology, Political Science  
    If not exercised, still your right is there. What does it mean?
What is the power?,
 Think the word 'power' has the same roots with the word 'potential'.
If you exercise power excessively, what will happen?
 : 'Efficient exercise of  Power'

    Political Science  
    Utility: What is utility?
Basic assumption in Economics: 'Maximization of individual utilities'

    Not public goods!
What is free market system?
What is price mechanism? : 'Invisible Hand'
What is public goods?
Price mechanism works well with public goods? 

If not, why?

    What is the solution?  : 'Public Hand'
    Subsequent problem  : 'Government failure'

    Right of Privacy
Right of Speech 
Right of Assembly
Right of Religion 
Right of Abortion 
    Right to own property
Intellectual Property Right

    Law: Fundamental Rights

     Modern Concept of Law

    Not personally, not arbitrarily
    Rule by law: not Rule by person
    Principles of legality

What is the traditional concept in Korean legal system
Why this is fundamental in society?
In the history of democratic evolution, what class came up with this?
         : 'Bourgeoisie'  
    Legitimacy of Government
Guarantee peace and order
Guarantee protection against outside enemy
Promote welfare a Guarantee the welfare
    Historical changes in the meaning of Freedom
Freedom from restraint
Freedom to do anything
Freedom guaranteed(made, or manipulated?)by the government
  Subjects about Negotiation skills can be added if possible, as I got
feedbacks from students that this subject is most helpful and practical.
  Reference Material: Sang-Hyun Song, "Korean Law in the Global Economy" (1996, Seoul, Bak Young Sa Pub.)

Traditional Korean Society and Law
The History and the Social and Moral Backdrop
Korean Attitude toward Law
Structure and Approach of Korean Legal Scholarship
Constitutional Reforms in Korea


Korean's view
Foreigner's view
Prospect for a Seven Year System of  Legal Education in Korea 


Lawyers in Asia and in Korea
Lawyers in Korea: Korean Bar Association
The growth of the Bar and the Changes in the Lawyer's Role

Lawyers  and Economic Development in Korea
Challenging Opportunities for Korean-American Attorneys



The Supreme Court of Korea, Judicial System of Korea
The Roles of Judges in Korea
Toward a More Principled Prosecutorial Discretion


Civil Litigation
Commercial Arbitration and Other Alternatives
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgment and
Arbitral Award