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3    8:00 am     8 AM                          8 AM        8 AM                            8 AM          AM 8 AM                           8 AM         8 AM                          8 AM       8 AM                            8 AM             8 AM

4    02 (118)                                                                                            02                                                                                                                                       02 (118)

5    03 (118)                                                                                            03                                                                                                                                       03 (118)

6    04 (118)                                                                                            04                                                                                                                                       04 (118)
7    117 (16)                                                                                            117                                                                                                                                      117 (16)
8    263 (24)                                                                                            263                                                                                                                                      263 (24)
9    264 (16)                                                                                            264                                                                                                                                      264 (16)
                 Employment Discrimination                                                                   Employment Discrimination
10   302 (65)    (830-945)                     McCormick   Family Law (830-945)            Ziegler       302 (830-945)                     McCormick    Family Law (830-945)          Ziegler                                                     302 (65)
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11   303 (180)                                                                                           303                                                                                                                                      (180)
12   304 (46)                                                                                            304                                                                                                                                      304 (46)

13   305 (24)                                                                                            305                                                                                                                                      305 (24)

14   306 (60)                                                                                            306                                                                                                                                      306 (60)

15   307 (56)                                                                                            307                                                                                                                                      307 (56)
16   JR (30)                                                                                             JR                                                                                                                                       JR (30)

17   CR (102)                                                                                            CR                                             Trial Ad I (E) (8-950)        Padberg                                                     CR (102)
18   271                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          271

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19   9:00 am     9 AM                          9 AM        9 AM                            9 AM          AM 9 AM                           9 AM         9 AM                          9 AM       9 AM                            9 AM             9 AM
                 Property (BEDFG) (900-                                                                                                                 Property (BEDFG) (900-
20   02 (118)    1050)                         Eppinger                                                  02                                             1050)                         Eppinger                                                    02 (118)

21   03 (118)    Crim Pro (Investigation) 01   Goldman     Crim Pro (Investigation) 01     Goldman       03                                             Crim Pro (Investigation) 01   Goldman                                                     03 (118)

22   04 (118)                                                                                            04                                                                                                                                       04 (118)
23   117 (16)    Negotiations (9-1050)         Needham                                                   117                                                                                                                                      117 (16)
24   263 (24)                                                                                            263                                                                                                                                      263 (24)
25   264 (16)                                              Sem: Tax Policy (9-1050)        Ryan          264                                                                                                                                      264 (16)
                 Employment Discrimination                                                                   Employment Discrimination                                                           European Union Law
26   302 (65)    (830-945)                     McCormick   Family Law (830-945)            Ziegler       302 (830-945)                     McCormick    Family Law (830-945)          Ziegler    (H) (9-1250)                    Moneger          302 (65)
                                                           Commercial Transactions (900-                                                                Commercial Transactions                                                                   303
27   303 (180)                                             1015)                           Johnson       303                                            (900-1015)                    Johnson                                                     (180)

28   304 (46)                                              LRW II (G)                      Mulholland    304 LRW II (G)                    Mulholland                                            LRW II (G)                      Mulholland       304 (46)

29   305 (24)                                              LRW II (C )                     Schulz        305                                            LRW II (C )                   Schulz     LRW II (C )                     Schulz           305 (24)

30   306 (60)                                                                                            306                                            Family Law (9-1015)           Rollins    Family Law (9-1015)             Rollins          306 (60)

31   307 (56)                                              Civil Procedure II (DE1)        Petroski      307 Civil Procedure II (DE1)      Petroski                                                                                               307 (56)
                                                                                                             Law and Policy of Corrections
32   JR (30)                                               LRW II (A)                      Sanner        JR (H) (9-1050)                   SpearIt      LRW II (A)                    Sanner     LRW II (A)                      Sanner           JR (30)

33   CR (102)                                                                                            CR                                             Trial Ad I (E) (8-950)        Padberg                                                     CR (102)
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34   10:00 AM    10 AM                         10 AM           10 AM                           10 AM        10    10 AM                         10 AM           10 AM                         10 AM        10 AM                          10AM             AM
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                 Property (BEDFG) (900-                                                                                                                         Property (BEDFG) (900-
35   02 (118)    1050)                         Eppinger        Contracts II (EFG)              Grinvald     02    Contracts II (EFG)            Grinvald        1050)                         Eppinger                                                     02 (118)

36   03 (118)                                                  Contracts II (AHI)              Gatter       03    Contracts II (AHI)            Gatter                                                                                                     03 (118)

37   04 (118)    Property (ACHI)               Liebesman       Contracts II (BCD)              Baxter       04    Contracts II (BCD)            Baxter          Property (ACHI)               Liebesman                                                    04 (118)
                                                               Sem: Corporate Social                                                                            Transactional Drafting (10-
38   117 (16)    Negotiations (PS) (9-1050)    Needham         Responsibility (H) (10-1150)    Wagner       117 Sem: Animal Law (10-1150)       Hartke          1150)                         Malkus                                                       117 (16)
39   263 (24)                                                                                               263                                                                                                                                            263 (24)
                                                                                                                                                                Sem: Critical Race Theory
40   264 (16)                                                  Sem: Tax Policy (9-1050)        Ryan         264                                                 (H) (10-1150)                 Miller                                                       264 (16)

                                                                                                                                                                FDA Law and Policy (1030-                  European Union Law
41   302 (65)    Antitrust Law (1030-1145)     Greaney         FDA Law and Policy (1030-1145) Parasidis     302 Antitrust Law (1030-1145)       Greaney         1145)                         Parasidis    (H) (9-1250)                   Moneger          302 (65)
                                                               Commercial Transactions (900-                    Administrative Law (1030-                       Commercial Transactions                    Administrative Law                              303
42   303 (180)                                                 1015)                           Johnson      303 1145)                           Griesbach       (900-1015)                    Johnson      (1030-1145)                    Griesbach        (180)

                                                               State and Local Government
43   304 (46)                                                  (1040-1155)                     Rost         304                                                                                                                                            304 (46)
44   305 (24)                                                                                               305                                                                                            LRW II (F)                     Carfield         305 (24)
                                                                                                                Income Tax of Trusts and
45   306 (60)                                                                                               306 Estates (10-1150)               Ryan            Family Law (9-1015)           Rollins      Family Law (9-1015)            Rollins          306 (60)


46   307 (56)    First Amendment               Howard          First Amendment                 Howard       307                                                 First Amendment               Howard                                                       307 (56)
                                                                                                                  Law and Policy of Corrections
47   JR (30)                                                   Moot Court I (PS)               Goldsmith    JR    (H) (9-1050)                  SpearIt         Moot Court I (PS)             Goldsmith                                                    JR (30)

48   CR (102)                                                  Moot Court II (PS) (10-1150)    Canfield     CR Trial Ad II - Criminal (10-1150) Freter/Bruns                                                                                               CR (102)
49   271 (10)                                                                                               271                                                                                                                                            CR (102)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           11:00
50   11:00 am    11 AM                         11 AM           11 AM                           11 AM        11    11 AM                         11 AM           11 AM                         11 AM        11 AM                          11 AM            am

51   02 (118)    Crim Pro (Investigation) 02   Goldman         Crim Pro (Investigation) 02     Goldman      02    Crim Pro (Investigation)      Thaman          Crim Pro (Investigation) 02   Goldman                                                      02 (118)

52   03 (118)    Legal Profession              Wolff           Legal Profession                Wolff        03                                                  Legal Profession              Wolff                                                        03 (118)
53   04 (118)    Legal Profession              Needham         Legal Profession                Needham      04    Property (ACHI)               Liebesman       Legal Profession              Needham                                                      04 (118)
                                                               Sem: Corporate Social                                                                            Transactional Drafting (10-
54   117 (16)                                                  Responsibility (H) (10-1150)    Wagner       117 Sem: Animal Law (10-1150)       Hartke          1150)                         Malkus                                                       117 (16)
55   263 (24)                                                                                               263                                                                                                                                            263 (24)
                                                                                                                                                                Sem: Critical Race Theory
56   264 (16)    Sem: Gender & Culture (H)     McCormick                                                    264 Sem: Gender & Culture (H)       McCormick       (H) (10-1150)                 Miller                                                       264 (16)
                                                                                                                                                                FDA Law and Policy (1030-                  European Union Law
57   302 (65)    Antitrust Law (1030-1145)     Greaney         FDA Law and Policy (1030-1145) Parasidis     302 Antitrust Law (1030-1145)       Greaney         1145)                         Parasidis    (H) (9-1250)                   Moneger          302 (65)
                                                                                                                Administrative Law (1030-                                                                  Administrative Law                              303
58   303 (180)   Civil Procedure II (E2F)      Jordan          Civil Procedure II (E2F)        Jordan       303 1145)                           Griesbach       Civil Procedure II (E2F)      Jordan       (1030-1145)                    Griesbach        (180)
                                                               State and Local Government                                                                                                     Kutnik-      State and Local
59   304 (46)    LRW II (D)                    Kutnik-Bauder   (1040-1155)                     Rost         304 LRW II (D)                      Kutnik-Bauder   LRW II (D)                    Bauder       Government (11-1215)           Rost             304 (46)
60   305 (24)                                                  LRW II (I)                      Schulz       305                                                 LRW II (I)                    Schulz       LRW II (I)                     Schulz           305 (24)
                                                                                                                Income Tax of Trusts and
61   306 (60)    LRW II (H)                    Carfield        LRW II (H)                      Carfield     306 Estates (10-1150)               Ryan                                                       LRW II (H)                     Carfield         306 (60)

62   307 (56)                                                  LRW II (B)                      Mulholland   307 LRW II (B)                      Mulholland                                                 LRW II (B)                     Mulholland       307 (56)

63   JR (30)                                                                                                JR                                                                                                                                             JR (30)
64   CR (102)                                                  Moot Court II (PS) (10-1150)    Canfield     CR Trial Ad II - Criminal (10-1150) Freter/Bruns                                                                                               CR (102)
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                    Student Organization                                                                                                                                                                          Student Organization
65    Noon
      02 (118)      Meetings                      Noon               Academic Advising Programs       MASS          02
                                                                                                                    12      Noon                         Noon          Career Services Programs       Noon        Meetings                     Noon             Noon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                02 (118)
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80    1:00 pm       1 PM                          1 PM               1 PM                             1 PM          1       1 PM                         1 PM          1 PM                           1 PM        1 PM                         1 PM             1:00 pm

81    02 (118)      Remedies                      Lewis              Remedies                         Lewis         02      Remedies                     Lewis         Remedies                       Lewis                                                     02 (118)

82    03 (118)      Con Law I (AFG) (1-215)       Williams           Administrative Law (1-215)       Gatter        03      Administrative Law (1-215)   Gatter        Con Law I (AFG) (1-215)        Williams                                                  03 (118)

83    04 (118)                                                       Con Law I (BEI)                  Howard        04      Con Law I (BEI)              Howard        Con Law I (BEI)                Howard                                                    04 (118)
                    Sem: Law and Philosophy
84    117 (16)      (H) (1-250)                   Dore                                                              117                                                                                           Health Policy (12-2)         Watson           117 (16)
                    Advanced Legal Research       McDermott/Casey/                                                                                                     Advanced Legal Research (1-
85    263 (24)      (1-250)                       Kullman/Hartke                                                    263                                                250)                        TBA                                                          263 (24)
86    264 (16)                                                                                                      264                                                                                                                                         264 (16)

87    302 (65)      Con Law I (CDH)               Goldstein          Con Law I (CDH)                  Goldstein     302 Con Law I (CDH)                  Goldstein                                                                                              302 (65)
                                                                                                                        Commercial Transactions (1-                                                                                                             303
88    303 (180)                                                      Commercial Transactions (1-215) Baxter         303 215)                             Baxter                                                                                                 (180)
                                                                                                     Kutnik-                                                                                          Kutnik-
89    304 (46)      Entertainment Law (1-250)     SpearIt            Pre-Trial Litigation            Bauder/Sanner 304 Entertainment Law (PS)            SpearIt       Pre-Trial Litigation           Bauder                                                    304 (46)
90    305 (24)      Moot Court I (PS)            Canfield            Legal Methods                    Herleth       305 Moot Court I (PS)                Canfield      Legal Methods (1-250)        Herleth                                                     305 (24)
                    International Business Trans                                                                        Psychology in the Courtroom                    International Business Trans
91    306 (60)      (1-215)                      Johnson                                                            306 (H)                              Wilson        (1-215)                      Johnson                                                     306 (60)
92    307 (56)                                                       International IP (1-215)         Grinvald      307 International IP (1-215)         Grinvald      Pre-Trial Litigation           Sanner                                                    307 (56)

93    JR (30)                                                        Legislation                      Petroski      JR      Legislation                  Petroski      Client Counseling (1-250)      Roediger                                                  JR (30)
94    CR (102)                                                                                                      CR                                                                                                                                          CR (102)

95    2:00 pm       2 PM                          2 PM               2 PM                             2 PM          2       Faculty Meeting              2 PM          2 PM                           2 PM        2 PM                         2 PM             2 PM
                                                                                                                                                                       Crim Pro (Investigation) (2-
96    02 (118)      Legal Profession (230-345)    Hansford           Legal Profession (230-345)       Hansford      02                                                 350)                           Thaman                                                    02 (118)
97    03 (118)      Con Law I (AFG) (1-215)       Williams           Administrative Law (1-215)       Gatter        03  Administrative Law (1-215)      Gatter         Con Law I (AFG) (1-215)        Williams                                                  03 (118)
                    Civil Procedure II (B2CH2I)                                                                         Civil Procedure II (B2CH2I) (2-
98    04 (118)      (2-315)                       Steinglass         Property (ACHI)                   Liebesman    04 315)                             Steinglass                                                                                              04 (118)
                    Sem: Law and Philosophy                          Sem: Federalism, Multicult, Legal                  Sem: Sentencing Law and                                                    Stokes/Rata
99    117 (16)      (H) (1-250)                   Dore               Pluralism (H) (2-350)             Redding      117 Policy (H) (2-350)              Branham        Sem: ERISA (2-350)          j           Health Policy (12-2)            Watson           117 (16)
                    Advanced Legal Research                                                                                                                            Advanced Legal Research (1- Kullman/Mc
100   263 (24)      (1-250)                       Casey/Cohn                                                        263                                                250)                        Dermott/Har                                                  263 (24)
                    Sem: Compl & Altern                                                                                                                                Sem: Theories of Constit
101   264 (16)      Medicine (2-350)              Goldner            Sem: Advanced Torts (2-350)      Griesbach     264                                                Interp (H) (2-350)          Hall                                                         264 (16)
                                                                                                                        Int'l Banking and Finance Law
                                                                                                                        (2-350)/ European Union Law Kenfack/Moneg
102   302 (65)      Juvenile Law (2-350)          Harrison           Legal Profession (230-345)       Taylor        302 (H) (2-350)                   er          Legal Profession (230-345)          Taylor                                                    302 (65)
                                                                                                                        Commercial Transactions (1-                                                                                                             303
103   303 (180)                                                      Commercial Transactions (1-215) Baxter         303 215)                          Baxter                                                                                                    (180)
                    Entertainment Law (PS) (1-                       Biotechnology Law & Policy (230-                                                                  Biotechnology Law & Policy
104   304 (46)      250)                          SpearIt            345)                             Parasidis     304                                                (230-345)                      Parasidis                                                 304 (46)

105   305 (24)      LRW II (F) (230-320)          Carfield           LRW II (F)                       Carfield      305                                                Legal Methods (1-250)          Herleth                                                   305 (24)
                                                                     Judicial Ethics and Court
106   306 (60)      Int'l Business Trans (1-215) Johnson             Procedure (PS)                   Hacking       306                                                Int'l Business Trans (1-215)   Johnson                                                   306 (60)

107   307 (56)      Civil Procedure II (DE1)      Petroski           International IP (1-215)         Grinvald      307 International IP (1-215)         Grinvald      Moot Court I (PS)              Kowach                                                    307 (56)
                    Anthropology of Law (H) (2-
108   JR (30)       350)                        Eppinger                                                            JR                                                 Client Counseling (1-250)      Roediger                                                  JR (30)

109   CR (102)                                                                                                      CR                                                                                                                                          CR (102)
                                                                     Criminal Defense Advocacy (PS)
110   271/ clinic                                                    (2-350)                        McGraugh                                                                                                                                                    271
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111   3:00 pm       3 PM                           3 PM              3 PM                               3 PM           3       Faculty Meeting                                3 PM                           3 PM          3 PM                         3 PM             3 PM
3                                                                                                                                                                             Crim Pro (Investigation) (2-
112   02 (118)      Legal Profession (230-345)     Hansford          Legal Profession (230-345)         Hansford       02                                                     350)                           Thaman                                                      02 (118)

113   03 (118)      Conflict of Laws               Jordan            Conflict of Laws                  Jordan          03                                                     Conflict of Laws               Jordan                                                      03 (118)
                    Civil Procedure II (B2CH2I)                      Securities Regulation (PS) (3-                        Civil Procedure II (B2CH2I) (2-                    Securities Regulation (PS) (3-
114   04 (118)      (2-315)                        Steinglass        415)                              Wagner          04  315)                            Steinglass         415)                           Wagner                                                      04 (118)
                                                                     Sem: Federalism, Multicult, Legal                     Sem: Sentencing Law and                                                           Stokes/Rata
115   117 (16)                                                       Pluralism (H) (2-350)             Redding         117 Policy (H) (2-350)              Branham            Sem: ERISA (2-350)             j                                                           117 (16)

                    Res. Methods/Int'l Legal
116   263 (24)      Research (PS) (3-450)          McDermott                                                           263                                                                                                                                               263 (24)
                    Sem: Compl & Altern                                                                                                                                       Sem: Theories of Constit
117   264 (16)      Medicine (2-350)               Goldner           Sem: Advanced Torts (2-350)        Griesbach      264                                                    Interp (H) (2-350)    Hall                                                                 264 (16)
                                                                                                                           Int'l Banking and Finance Law
                                                                                                                           (2-350)/ European Union Law Kenfack/Moneg
118   302 (65)      Juvenile Law (2-350)           Harrison          Legal Profession (230-345)         Taylor         302 (H) (2-350)                   er          Legal Profession (230-345)     Taylor                                                               302 (65)
                                                                     American Legal History (H) (3-                                                                  American Legal History (H) (3-                                                                      303
119   303 (180)                                                      415)                               Walker         303                                           415)                           Walker                                                               (180)
                                                                     Biotechnology Law and Policy                                                                    Biotechnology Law and
120   304 (46)                                                       (230-345)                          Parasidis      304                                           Policy (230-345)               Parasidis                                                            304 (46)
121   305 (24)      LRW II (E) (330-420)           Goldsmith         LRW II (E)                         Goldsmith      305                                                    LRW II (E)                     Goldsmith                                                   305 (24)
                    Civil Procedure II (GH1) (3-
122   306 (60)      415)                           Wolff             Civil Procedure II (GH1) (3-415)   Wolff          306                                                                                                                                               306 (60)
                                                                                                                                                                              Civil Procedure II (AB1) (3-
123   307 (56)      Moot Court I (PS)           Kowach               Civil Procedure II (AB1) (3-415)   Scarlett       307                                                    415)                           Scarlett                                                    307 (56)
                    Anthropology of Law (H) (2-
124   JR (30)       350)                        Eppinger                                                               JR                                                     Anthropology of Law (H)        Eppinger                                                    JR (30)
125   CR (102)                                                                                                         CR                                                                                                                                                CR (102)
                                                                     Criminal Defense Advocacy (PS)
126   271/ clinic                                                    (2-350)                        McGraugh                                                                                                                                                             271

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4-550
127   4-550 PM      4-550 PM                       4-550 PM          4-550 PM                           4-550 PM       4-6 4-550 PM                          4-550 PM         4-550 PM                       4-550 PM      4-550 PM                     4-550 PM         PM

128   02 (118)                                                                                                         02                                                                                                                                                02 (118)

129   03 (118)                                                                                                         03      Alternative Dispute Resolution FitzGibbon                                                                                                 03 (118)
                                                                     Securities Regulation (PS) (3-                                                                           Securities Regulation (PS) (3-
130   04 (118)                                                       415)                               Wagner         04  Lawyering Practice (PS)           Hacking          415)                           Wagner                                                      04 (118)
                                                                                                                           Sem: Citizenship, Human
                                                                                                                           Rights and Social Justice (H)                      Sem: Current Issues in
131   117 (16)      Sem: Thomas Eagleton (H)       Goldstein         Sem: Evidence                      Lewis          117 (5-650)                           Middleton        Employment Law                 Render                                                      117 (16)
                    Res. Methods/Int'l Legal
132   263 (24)      Research (PS) (3-450)          McDermott                                                           263                                                                                                                                               263 (24)
                                                                                                                           Sem: Sustainable Urban
133   264 (16)      Sem: Adv Topics Labor Law Wrenn                  Sem: Canon Law (H)                 Ramacciotti    264 Development Law                   Garrett                                                                                                     264 (16)
                    Environmental Law (430-                                                                                Partnership Taxation (430-
134   302 (65)      545)                      Williams               Partnership Taxation (430-545)     Ordower        302 545)                              Ordower          Environmental Law (430-545) Williams                                                       302 (65)
                                                                     American Legal History (H) (3-                                                          Hacking/Isaacs   American Legal History (H) (3-                                                             303
135   303 (180)                                                      415)                               Walker         303 Lawyering Practice (PS)           on               415)                           Walker                                                      (180)
                    HC Business and Finance                                                                                                                  Ammann/Rodig
136   304 (46)      Planning                       Greaney                                                             304 Civil Advocacy (PS)               er               Health Care Quality            Goldner                                                     304 (46)
                    LRW (E) (330-420)/Estate       Goldsmith/Donohu Adv. Legal Analysis and                                                                  Harrison/Malku
137   305 (24)      Planning (430-620) (PS)        e                Strategies                          Miceli         305 Civil Advocacy (PS)               s                                                                                                           305 (24)
                    Civil Procedure II (GH1) (3-                                                                                                             Hacking/Brunel   Psychology in the Courtroom
138   306 (60)      415)                           Wolff             Civil Procedure II (GH1) (3-415)   Wolff          306 Lawyering Practice (PS)           l                (H) (400-545)                Wilson                                                        306 (60)
                    Civil Practice LRG group (4-                                                                                                                              Civil Procedure II (AB1) (3-
139   307 (56)      450)/                          Ammann            Civil Procedure II (AB1) (3-415)   Scarlett       307 Civil Advocacy (PS)               Gilchrist        415)                         Scarlett                                                      307 (56)

140   JR (30)                                                                                                         JR                                                                                                                                                 JR (30)
                                                                                                        Wallace/Stewa                                        Menees/Wehm
141   CR (102)      Trial Ad I (A) (4-550)         TBA               Trial Ad II - Civil                rt            CR Trial Ad II - Family Law            er          Trial Ad I (F)                      Anderson                                                    CR (102)
                                                                                                                         Applied Mediation Skills (PS)
142   271/ clinic                                                                                                        (271)                               Magruder
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      6:00-7:50                                                                                                                                                                                                      evening make up                                6-750
143   PM          6-750 PM                       6-750 PM            6-750 PM                          6-750 PM       6-8 6-750 PM                         6-750 PM      6-750 PM                       6-750 PM     hours                         6-750 PM         PM
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                  Legal Issues - Hospital Gov
144   02 (118)    and Patient Care (PS)       Burke/Justice                                                           02                                                 Activity Hour (6-6:50)                                                                     02 (118)

                                                                                                                            Crim Pro (Investigation) (6-
145   03 (118)                                                       Trusts and Estates                Fogel          03    650)                           Branham       Trusts and Estates             Fogel                                                       03 (118)

146   04 (118)                                                                                                        04                                                 Crim Pro (Adjudication)        Wilson                                                      04 (118)
                                                                                                                          Sem: Citizenship, Human
                                                                                                                          Rights and Social Justice (H)
147   117 (16)    Sem: Access to Health Care Watson                  Sem: White Collar Crime           H. Goldsmith   117 (5-650)                          Middleton     Sem: Trademark                 O'Neill                                                     117 (16)

148   263 (24)    Civil Practice Small group A                       Advanced Legal Research           Custer         263 Civil Practice Small group D                                                                                                              263 (24)
                                                                     Sem: Legal History: Reg of Vice                      Sem: Comp Criminal
149   264 (16)    Negotiations                   Reeves              (H)                               Walker         264 Procedure (H)                    Thaman        Sem: Complex Litigation        Scarlett                                                    264 (16)


150   302 (65)    Civil Procedure II (P2)        Redding             Corporate Finance                 Ordower        302 Workers Compensation             Rabbitt                                                                                                  302 (65)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    303
151   303 (180)                                                                                                       303                                                                                                                                           (180)
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Walker/
152   304 (46)    International Law (6-715)      Dore                International Law (6-715)         Dore           304 Jury Instructions (PS) (7-850) Noce            Sem: Methland (H)              Reding                                                      304 (46)
                  Estate Planning (430-620)
153   305 (24)    (PS)                           Donohue             Domestic Relations Practice (PS) Garvey          305 Estate Planning (6-850) (PS)     Blase                                                                                                    305 (24)
                  Contracts II (P1) (6-650)/
154   306 (60)    Crim Law (7-750)               FitzGibbon/Miller   Anatomy of a Patent (PS)          Hejlek         306 LRW II (P1)                      Kowach        Contracts II (P1) (7-850)      FitzGibbon                                                  306 (60)



155   307 (56)    Federal Courts (6-715)         Steinglass                                                           307 Federal Courts (6-715)           Steinglass                                                                                               307 (56)
                  History, Impacts, and Reg of                                                                              Advanced Real Estate                         Advanced Real Estate
156   JR (30)     Consumer Credit (H)          Lander                                                                 JR    Transactions                   West          Transactions                   Zatlin                                                      JR (30)

157   CR (102)    Trial Ad I (B)                 Ribaudo             Trial Ad I (C )                   Ezra           CR Trial Ad I (D)                    Sallerson     Trial Ad I (G)                 Garvey                                                      CR (102)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    271/
158   271/ clinic Civil Practice Small group B                       Civil Practice Small group C                     271 Civil Practice Small group E                   Civil Practice Small group F                                                               clinic

159   8-9:50 PM 8:00-10:00 PM                    8-9:50 PM           8-9:50 PM                         8-9:50 PM            8-950 PM                       8-9:50 PM     8-9:50 PM                      8-9:50 PM    8-9:50 PM                     8-9:50 PM        8-9:50
160   02 (118)                                                                                                        02                                                                                                                                            02 (118)


161   03 (118)                                                       Crim Pro (Investigation)          Branham        03                                                                                                                                            03 (118)
162   04 (118)                                                                                                        04                                                                                                                                            04 (118)
163   117 (16)                                                                                                        117                                                                                                                                           117 (16)
164   263 (24)                                                                                                        263                                                                                                                                           263 (24)
165   264 (16)                                                                                                        264                                                                                                                                           264 (16)
                                                                                                                                                                         Real Estate Transactions (8-
166   302 (65)    Real Estate Transactions       Weinberger          Civil Procedure II (P2) (8-850)   Redding        302                                                850)                         Weinberger                                                    302 (65)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    303
167   303 (180)                                                                                                       303                                                                                                                                           (180)

168   304 (46)                                                                                                        304                                                                                                                                           304 (46)

169   305 (24)                                                                                                        305 Estate Planning (6-850) (PS)     Blase                                                                                                    305 (24)

170   306 (60)    LRW II (P1) (8-850)            Kowach                                                               306 Criminal Law                     Miller        Contracts II (P1) (7-850)      FitzGibbon                                                  306 (60)

171   307 (56)    Civil Rights Law (8-950)       Ryals                                                                307                                                                                                                                           307 (56)
172   JR (30)                                                                                                         JR                                                                                                                                            JR (30)

173   CR (102)                                                                                                        CR                                                 Trial Ad I (H)                 Draper                                                      CR (102)
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  Professor First      Professor Last                                                                         Registration      Course      Section                                                     Bar        Prof.
                                                         Course Title                  Time          Room                                              Credits          CRN     Start Date End Date           Hum.           Concentrations
      Name                 Name                                                                                 Priority        Number      Number                                                     course      Skills

Rob                 Gatter              Administrative Law                       TW 1-215           03       2L                LAW828             01               3    25365     1/7/2013 4/23/2013    yes                 UD

John                Griesbach           Administrative Law                       WF 1030-1145       303      2L            LAW828                 02               3    24908     1/7/2013 4/23/2013    yes                 UD
                                                                                                             registered by
Antonia             Miceli              Advanced Legal Analysis and Strategies   T 4-550            305      advisor       LAW812                 01               2    26450     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Kathleen/Erika    Casey/Cohn         Advanced Legal Research (PS)                M 1-250            263      2L                LAW878             01               2    24988     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS
                  Kullman/McDermott/
David/Peggy/Lynnn Hartke             Advanced Legal Research (PS)                R 1-250            263      2L                LAW878             02               2    28018     1/7/2013 4/11/2013                PS

Joe                 Custer              Advanced Legal Research (PS)             T 6-7:50           263      evening           LAW878             30               2    24989     1/7/2013 4/16/2013                PS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BTL Capstone,
Robert              West                Advanced Real Estate Trans (PS)          W 6-7:50           JR       evening           LAW775             30               2    24991     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      UD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BTL Capstone,
Suzanne             Zatlin              Advanced Real Estate Trans (PS)          R 6-7:50           JR       evening           LAW775             31               2    25381     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      UD

Susan               FitzGibbon          Alternative Dispute Resolution           W 4-5:50           03       3L/split          LAW829             01               2    24935     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        CivLt, EL

Anders              Walker              American Legal History (H)               TR 3-415           303      3L                LAW716             01               3    24943     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H

Benjamin            Sodey               Anatomy of a Patent (PS)                 T 6-750            306      evening           LAW703             30               2    25384     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      IP

Monica              Eppinger            Anthropology of Law (H)                  M 2-350, R 3-350   JR       3L                LAW815             01               3    28101     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BTL, HL (with add'tl
Tim                 Greaney             Antitrust Law                            MW 1030-1145       302      3L                LAW782             01               3    26438     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        paper)
                                                                                                                                                            3 (1 for
                                                                                                                                                         companion
Rebecca             Magruder            Applied Mediation Clinic                 NA                 NA       Clinic            LAW993             01    course 983)     24993     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        CivLt
                                                                                                                                                            1 (3 for
                                                                                                                                                         companion
Rebecca             Magruder            Applied Mediation Skills (PS)            W 4-5:50           Clinic   Clinic            LAW983             01    course 993)     24994     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt

Efthimi             Parasidis           Biotechnology Law & Policy               TR 230-345         304      3L                LAW818             01               3    25516     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        HL, IP
                                                                                                                                                          2 (3-4 for
                                                                                                                                                        companion
John                Ammann              Civil Advocacy (PS)                      W-4-550            304      Clinic            LAW981             01          clinic)   26467     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt,UD
                                                                                                                                                          2 (3-4 for
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Barbara             Gilchrist           Civil Advocacy (PS)                      W 4-550            307      Clinic            LAW981             02          clinic)   24912     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt,UD
                                                                                                                                                          2 (3-4 for
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Patricia            Harrison            Civil Advocacy (PS)                      W-4-550            305      Clinic            LAW981             03          clinic)   26468     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt,UD
                                                                                                                                                          2 (3-4 for
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Brendan             Roediger            Civil Advocacy (PS)                      W 4-550            304      Clinic            LAW981             04          clinic)   26471     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt,UD
                                                                                                                                                          2 (3-4 for
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Dana                Malkus              Civil Advocacy (PS)                      W-4-550            305      Clinic            LAW981             05          clinic)   26469     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt,UD
                                                                                                                                                        3-4 (2 from
                                                                                                                                                        companion
John                Ammann              Civil Advocacy Clinic I                  NA                 NA       Clinic            LAW991             01         class)     26472     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        CivLt, UD
                                                                                                                                                        3-4 (2 from
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Barbara             Gilchrist           Civil Advocacy Clinic I                  NA                 NA       Clinic            LAW991             02         class)     26473     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        CivLt, UD
                                                                                                                                                        3-4 (2 from
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Patricia            Harrison            Civil Advocacy Clinic I                  NA                 NA       Clinic            LAW991             03         class)     25085     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        CivLt, UD
                                                                                                                                                        3-4 (2 from
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Brendan             Roediger            Civil Advocacy Clinic I                  NA                 NA       Clinic            LAW991             04         class)     26475     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        CivLt, UD
                                                                                                                                                        3-4 (2 from
                                                                                                                                                        companion
Dana                Malkus              Civil Advocacy Clinic I                  NA                 NA       Clinic            LAW991             05         class)     26474     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        CivLt, UD


John                Ammann              Civil Advocacy Clinic II                 NA                 NA       Clinic            LAW992             01               3    25090     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                                                                                             2L/split-
                                                                                                             Register for lg
John                Ammann              Civil Practice, Lg Grp (PS)              M 4-4:50           307      group only        LAW890L            01               3    26537     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt




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  Professor First      Professor Last                                                                         Registration     Course       Section                                                    Bar        Prof.
                                                            Course Title                Time         Room                                              Credits       CRN     Start Date End Date             Hum.           Concentrations
      Name                 Name                                                                                 Priority       Number       Number                                                    course      Skills

TBA                                     Civil Practice, Sm Grp A                  M 6-750            263     assigned        LAW890              3A              0   26538     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

TBA                                     Civil Practice, Sm Grp B                  M 6-750            271     assigned        LAW890              3B              0   26539     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

TBA                                     Civil Practice, Sm Grp C                  T 6-750            271     assigned        LAW890              3C              0   26540     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

TBA                                     Civil Practice, Sm Grp D                  W 6-750            263     assigned        LAW890              3D              0   26541     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

TBA                                     Civil Practice, Sm Grp E                  W 6-750            271     assigned        LAW890              3E              0   26542     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

TBA                                     Civil Practice, Sm Grp F                  R 6-750            271     assigned        LAW890               3F             0   26543     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Sam                 Jordan              Civil Procedure II (E2F)                  MTR 11-1150        303     1L              LAW801               01             3   24836     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Ann                 Scarlett            Civil Procedure II (AB1)                  TR 3-415           307     1L              LAW801               02             3   24840     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Steven              Steinglass          Civil Procedure II (B2CH2I)               MW 2-315           04      1L              LAW801               03             3   24839     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Karen               Petroski            Civil Procedure II (DE1)                  M 2-250, TW 9-950 307      1L              LAW801               04             3   24862     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Michael             Wolff               Civil Procedure II (GH1)                  MT 3-415           306     1L              LAW801               05             3   27907     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                                                                  M 6-750 pm, T 8-
Jeff                Redding             Civil Procedure II (P2)                   850 pm             302     1L (P2)         LAW801               30             3   25043     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Steve               Ryals               Civil Rights Law                          M 8-950 pm         307     evening         LAW832               30             2   25385     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                          CrimLt, CivLt

Brendan             Roediger            Client Counseling (PS)                    R 1-250            JR      3L              LAW891               01             1   26708     1/7/2013 mini course                PS      CivLt

William             Johnson             Commercial Transactions                   TR 9-1015          303     2L              LAW730               01             3   24909     1/7/2013 4/23/2013      yes

Teri                Dobbins Baxter      Commercial Transactions                    TW 1-215          303     2L              LAW730               02             3   24910     1/7/2013 4/23/2013      yes
                                        Competition Based Advocacy: Client                                   registered by
Brendan             Roediger            Counseling Competition                                       NA      advisor         LAW914               21             0   26555     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                        Competition Based Advocacy: Environmental                            registered by
Doug                Williams            Moot Court Competition                                       NA      advisor         LAW914               11             1   26486     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                        Competition Based Advocacy: Frederick                                registered by
Sheena              Hamilton            Douglas Moot Court                                           NA      advisor         LAW914               06             1   26487     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                        Competition Based Advocacy: Jessup Moot                              registered by
Rebecca             Feldman             Court                                                        NA      advisor         LAW914               03             1   25045     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                        Competition Based Advocacy: National                                 registered by
Amy                 Sanders             Transactional Health Law Competition                         NA      advisor         LAW914               14             1   26802     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                        Competition Based Advocacy: Thurgood                                 registered by
Oliver              Beatty              Marshall Mock Trial                                          NA      advisor         LAW914               05             1   26488     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                        Competition Based Advocacy: Trial Ad Nat'l                           registered by
Patrick/ Molly      Mickey/ Henshaw     Competition                                                  NA      advisor         LAW914               04             1   25044     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Sam                 Jordan              Conflict of Laws                          MTR 3-350          03      3L              LAW850               01             3   28094     1/7/2013 4/23/2013      yes

Douglas             Williams            Constitutional Law I (AFG)                MR 1-215           03      1L              LAW819               01             3   24892     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Alan                Howard              Constitutional Law I (BEI)                TWR 1-150          04      1L              LAW819               02             3   24890     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Joel                Goldstein           Constitutional Law I (CDH)                MTW 1-150          302     1L              LAW819               03             3   24891     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                                                                  M 6-650 pm, R 7-
Susan               FitzGibbon          Contracts II (P1)                         850 pm             306     1L              LAW721               30             3   25386     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Leah                Grinvald            Contracts II (EFG)                        TW 10-1050         02      1L              LAW721               01             2   24846     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Teri                Dobbins Baxter      Contracts II (BCD)                        TW 10-1050         04      1L              LAW721               02             2   24837     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Robert              Gatter              Contracts II (AHI)                        TW 10-1050         03      1L              LAW721               03             2   24838     1/7/2013 4/23/2013


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  Professor First      Professor Last                                                                               Registration     Course       Section                                                    Bar        Prof.
                                                            Course Title                   Time            Room                                              Credits        CRN     Start Date End Date            Hum.           Concentrations
      Name                 Name                                                                                       Priority       Number       Number                                                    course      Skills
                                                                                                                   registered by
Alan                Weinberger          Corporate Counsel Practicum                 NA                    NA       advisor       LAW986                 01             2    26476     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         BTL Capstone
                                                                                    T 6-750 (limited to
Henry               Ordower             Corporate Finance (PS)                      25)                   302      evening         LAW785               30             3    24958     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      BTL Capstone
                                                                                                                                                                 2 (4 for
                                                                                                                                                              companion
Sue                 McGraugh            Criminal Defense Advocacy (PS)              T-2-350               Clinic   Clinic          LAW984               01        clinic)   24913     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      CrimLt
                                                                                                                                                                 4 (2 for
                                                                                                                                                              companion
Sue                 McGraugh            Criminal Defense Clinic                     NA                    NA       Clinic          LAW994               01       course)    25086     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         CrimLt
                                                                                    M 7-750 pm, W 8-
Eric                Miller              Criminal Law (P1)                           9:50 pm               306      1L              LAW822               30             3    24861     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Molly               Wilson              Crim Pro (Adjudication)                     R 6-750               04       evening         LAW825               30             2    28019     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes                 CrimLt

Roger               Goldman             Crim Pro (Investigation)                    MTR 9-950             03       2L              LAW823               01             3    26499     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes                 CrimLt

Roger               Goldman             Crim Pro (Investigation)                    MTR 11-1150           02       2L              LAW823               02             3    25382     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes                 CrimLt
                                                                                    W 11-1150, R 2-
Steve               Thaman              Crim Pro (Investigation)                    350                   02       2L              LAW823               03             3    28088     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes                 CrimLt
                                                                                    T 8-950pm , W 6-
Lynn                Branham             Crim Pro (Investigation)                    650 pm                03       evening         LAW823               30             3    24914     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes                 CrimLt

Judge John          Garvey              Domestic Relations Practice (PS)            T 6-750               305      evening         LAW747               30             2    24915     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      CivLt

Marcia              McCormick           Employment Discrimination                   MW 830-945am          302      3L              LAW833               01             3    28302     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         EL

                    SpearIt             Entertainment Law (PS)                      M 1-250, W 1-150      304      3L              LAW817               01             3    28079     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      IP

Doug                Williams            Environmental Law                           MR 430-545            302      3L/split        LAW766               01             3    28021     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         UD

Colleen             Donohue             Estate Planning (PS)                        M 430-620             305      3L/split        LAW778               01             2    25047     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      Tx

James               Blase               Estate Planning (PS)                        W 6-850pm             305      evening         LAW778               30             3    25048     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      Tx

Joel                Moneger             European Union Law (H)                      W 2-350, F 9-1250 302          3L              LAW804               01             2    25369    3/20/2013 4/23/2013           H             ICL
                                                                                                                                                              3-4 (2 from
                                                                                                                                                              companion
Amany               Hacking             Externship Clinic                           NA                    NA       Clinic          LAW995               01       course)    25087     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         CivLt

Chris               Rollins             Family Law                                  RF 9-1015             306      3L              LAW745               01             3    24927     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes

Mary                Ziegler             Family Law                                  TR 830-945            302      3L              LAW745               02             3    24928     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes

Efthimi             Parasidis           FDA Law & Policy                            TR 1030-1145          302      3L              LAW755               01             3    24962     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         HL

Steven              Steinglass          Federal Courts                              MW 6-715              307      evening         LAW802               30             3    26457     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes                 CivLt

Alan                Howard              First Amendment                             MTR 10-1050           307      3L              LAW821               01             3    24930     1/7/2013 4/23/2013     yes
                                        Health Care Finance and Business Planning
Tim                 Greaney             (PS)                                        M 4-550               304      3L/split        LAW759               01             3    26448     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      HL, BTL

Jesse               Goldner             Health Care Quality                         R 4-550               304      3L/split        LAW756               01             2    26477     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         HL
                                                                                                                   registered by
                                                                                                                   Center for
Mal                 Harkins             Health Law Agency Practice (PS)             weekly/DC             NA       Health Law      LAW859               01             2    26484     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      HL
                                                                                                                   registered by
                                                                                                                   Center for
Rob                 Gatter              Health Law Externship in DC                 externship sites      NA       Health Law      LAW959               01     10 to 12     26485     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         HL
                                        History, Impacts & Regulation of Consumer
David               Lander              Credit (H)                                  M 6-750               JR       evening         LAW826               30             2    27993     1/7/2013 4/23/2013           H


Kerry               Ryan                Income Tax of Trusts & Estates              W 10-1150             306      3L              LAW793               01             2    28004     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         Tx


Hugues              Kenfack             International Banking and Finance Law       W 2-350, F 9-1150 302          3L              LAW776               01             1    28477    2/20/2013   3/8/2013                        ICL


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  Professor First      Professor Last                                                                          Registration     Course       Section                                                       Bar        Prof.
                                                           Course Title                  Time         Room                                                 Credits         CRN     Start Date End Date           Hum.           Concentrations
      Name                 Name                                                                                  Priority       Number       Number                                                       course      Skills


William             Johnson             International Business Transactions        MR 1-215           306     3L              LAW847               01                 3    28077     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        ICL, BTL

Leah                Grinvald            International Intellectual Property Law    TW 1-215           307     3L              LAW813               01                 3    26550     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        ICL, IP

Isaak               Dore                International Law                          MT 6-715           304     evening         LAW842               30                 3    28095     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        ICL
                                                                                                                                                            1 (3-4 from
                                                                                                                                                            companion
Amany               Hacking             Judicial Ethics and Court Procedure (PS)   T 2-2:50           306     Clinic          LAW988               01            clinic)   25089     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS

Doug                Bader               Judicial Externship-MO Court of Appeals    NA                 NA      Clinic          LAW997               01           3 to 4     24920     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Amany               Hacking             Judicial Process Externship                NA                 NA      Clinic          LAW998               01           3 to 4     24918     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Judge David         Noce                Jury Instructions & Trial Process (PS)     W 7-850            304     evening         LAW982               30                 2    24921     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt

Patricia            Harrison            Juvenile Law                               M 2-350            302     3L              LAW750               01                 2    28020     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

                    SpearIt             Law & Policy of Corrections (H)            W 9-1050           JR      3L              LAW857                   1              2    26551     1/7/2013 4/23/2013         H              CrimLt
                                                                                                                                                            2 (3-4 from
                                                                                                                                                            companion
Amany               Hacking             Lawyering Practice (PS)                    W 4-550            04      Clinic          LAW985               01            clinic)   24916     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt
                                                                                                                                                            2 (3-4 from
                    Hacking/Larson-                                                                                                                         companion
Amany/Lisa          Bunnell             Lawyering Practice (PS)                    W 4-550            306     Clinic          LAW985               02            clinic)   27997     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt
                                                                                                                                                            2 (3-4 from
                                                                                                                                                            companion
Amany/Jane          Hacking/Isaacson    Lawyering Practice (PS)                    W 4-550            303     Clinic          LAW985               03            clinic)   27998     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt
                                        Legal Issues for Hospital Governance &
Jim/Ann             Burke/Justice       Patient Care (PS)                          M 6-750            02      evening         LAW796               30                 2    28102     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      HL

Joyce               Herleth             Legal Methods                              T 1-150, R 1-250   305     1L              LAW879               01                 3    25387     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Carol               Needham             Legal Profession                           MTR 11-11:50       04      2L              LAW705               01                 3    24917     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Michael             Wolff               Legal Profession                           MTR 11-1150        03      2L              LAW705               02                 3    24924     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Aaron               Taylor              Legal Profession                           TR 230-345         302     2L              LAW705               03                 3    26483     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Justin              Hansford            Legal Profession                           MT 230-345         02      2L              LAW705               04                 3    26482     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Karen               Sanner              Legal Research and Writing II (A)          TRF 9-950          JR      1L              LAW881              0A                  3    24867    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Kelly               Mulholland          Legal Research and Writing II (B)          TWF 11-1150        307     1L              LAW881              0B                  3    24865    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Laura               Schulz              Legal Research and Writing II (C)          TRF 9-950          305     1L              LAW881              0C                  3    24866    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Jacqueline          Kutnik-Bauder       Legal Research and Writing II (D)          MWR 11-1150        304     1L              LAW881              0D                  3    24831    1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                                                                   M 330-420, TR 3-
Marcia              Goldsmith           Legal Research and Writing II (E)          350                305     1L              LAW881              0E                  3    24841    1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                                                                   M 230-320, T 2-
Maggi               Carfield            Legal Research and Writing II (F)          250, F 10-1050     305     1L              LAW881               0F                 3    27920    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Kelly               Mulholland          Legal Research and Writing II (G)          TWF 9-950          304     1L              LAW881              0G                  3    24833    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Maggi               Carfield            Legal Research and Writing II (H)          MTF 11-1150        306     1L              LAW881              0H                  3    24832    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Laura               Schulz              Legal Research and Writing II (I)          TRF 11-1150        305     1L              LAW881               0I                 3    24835    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

                                                                                   M 8-850pm, W 6-
Kerrin              Kowach              Legal Research and Writing II (P1)         750pm              306     1L              LAW881               30                 3    24848    1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Karen               Petroski            Legislation                                TW 1-150           JR      3L              LAW836               01                 2    24933     1/7/2013 4/23/2013




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                                                          Course Title                      Time             Room                                              Credits       CRN     Start Date End Date           Hum.           Concentrations
      Name                 Name                                                                                         Priority       Number       Number                                                  course      Skills


S. Paige            Canfield            Moot Court I (PS)                            MW 1-150               305      2L              LAW897               01             2   25391     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt


Marcia              Goldsmith           Moot Court I (PS)                            TR 10-1050             JR       2L              LAW897               02             2   25364     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt

Kerrin              Kowach              Moot Court I (PS)                            M 3-350, R 2-250       307      2L              LAW897               03             2   24923     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt

S. Paige            Canfield            Moot Court II (PS)                           T 10-1150              CR       invited         LAW898               01             1   24985     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt

Carol               Needham             Negotiations (PS)                            M 9-1050               117      3L              LAW 718              01             2   28001     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      BTL, CivLt

James               Reeves              Negotiations (PS)                            M 6-750                264      evening         LAW718               30             2   26492     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      BTL, CivLt

Henry               Ordower             Partnership Taxation                         TW 430-545             302      3L/split        LAW799               01             3   24952     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        BTL, Tx

Jacqueline          Kutnik-Bauder       Pre-Trial Litigation Skills (PS)             TR 1-150               304      3L              LAW920               01             2   26478     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt
                                                                                                            304/
Karen               Sanner              Pre-Trial Litigation Skills (PS)             TR 1-150               307      3L              LAW920               02             2   28090     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt
                                                                                     MR 10-1050, T 2-
Yvette              Liebesman           Property (ACHI)                              250, W 11-1150         04       1L              LAW760               01             4   24864     1/7/2013 4/23/2013


Monica              Eppinger            Property (BEDFG)                             MR 9-1050              02       1L              LAW760               02             4   26479     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Molly               Wilson              Psychology in the Courtroom (H)              W 1-150, R 4-545       306      3L              LAW858               01             3   26552     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H
                                                                                     M 8-950pm, R 8-
Alan                Weinberger          Real Estate Transactions                     850pm                  302      evening         LAW770               30             3   26493     1/7/2013 4/23/2013    yes                 BTL, UD

Jeffrey             Lewis               Remedies                                     MTWR 1-150             02       3L              LAW816               01             4   25383     1/7/2013 4/23/2013    yes                 CivLt
                                                                                     M 3-450 (1st seven
                                                                                     weeks of the
Margaret            McDermott           Research Methods/Int'l Legal Research (PS)   semester)              263      3L              LAW737               01             1   24925     1/7/2013 2/25/2013                PS      ICL
                                                                                     TR 3-415 (limited to
Constance           Wagner              Securities Regulation (PS)                   24)                    04       3L            LAW784                 01             3   24934     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      BTL Capstone
                                                                                                                     seminar/eveni
Sidney              Watson              Sem: Access to Health Care                   M 6-750                117      ng            LAW860                 07             2   26514     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        HL

Sabrina             Wrenn               Sem: Advanced Topics in Labor Law            M 4-550                264      seminar/split   LAW860               09             2   25002     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        EL

John                Griesbach           Sem: Advanced Torts                          T 2-350                264      seminar         LAW860               63             2   28078     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        BTL

Lynn                Hartke              Sem: Animal Law                              W 10-1150              117      seminar         LAW860               18             2   25010     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Msgr. James         Ramacciotti         Sem: Canon Law (H)                           T 4-550                264      seminar/split   LAW86H               06             2   24990     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H
                                        Sem: Citizenship, Human Rights & Social
Richard             Middleton           Justice (H)                                  W 5-650                117      seminar/split LAW86H                 36             2   28478     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H
                                                                                                                     seminar/eveni
Steve               Thaman              Sem: Comparative Criminal Procedure (H)      W 6-750                264      ng            LAW86H                 07             2   28114     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H             ICL, CrimLt
                                        Sem: Complementary & Alternative Medicine
Jesse               Goldner             & the Law                                    M 2-350                264      seminar       LAW860                 22             2   28109     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        HL
                                                                                                                     seminar/eveni
Ann                 Scarlett            Sem: Complex Litigation                      R 6-750                264      ng            LAW860                 19             2   25486     1/7/2013 4/23/2013

Constance           Wagner              Sem: Corporate Social Responsibility (H)     T 10-1150              117      seminar         LAW86H               31             2   28003     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H             BTL

Eric                Miller              Sem: Critical Race Theory (H)                R 10-1150              264      seminar         LAW86H               99             2   28022     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H

Kathryn             Render              Sem: Current Issues Emply Law                R 4-550                117      seminar/split   LAW860               56             2   24929     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        EL

Jennifer/Ed         Stokes/Rataj        Sem: ERISA                                   R 2-350                117      seminar         LAW860               14             2   24932     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                        EL, HL

Jeff                Lewis               Sem: Famous Trials                           T 4-550                117      seminar/split   LAW860               13             2   28115     1/7/2013 4/23/2013



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                                                         Course Title                           Time         Room                                                Credits        CRN     Start Date End Date            Hum.           Concentrations
      Name                 Name                                                                                           Priority         Number   Number                                                      course      Skills
                                        Sem: Federalism, Multiculturalism & Legal
Jeff                Redding             Pluralism (H)                                    T 2-350            117         seminar           LAW86H          95               2    26576     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H              ICL
                                        Sem: Gender & Culture, Theory and Practice
Marcia              McCormick           (H)                                              MW 11-1150         264         seminar           LAW86H          43               2    26553     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H

Isaak               Dore                Sem: Law and Philosophy (H)                      M 1-250            117         seminar       LAW86H              15               2    28080     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H
                                                                                                                        seminar/
Anders              Walker              Sem: Legal History: Regulation of Vice (H)       T 6-750            264         evening       LAW86H              23               2    26480     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H
                                                                                                                        seminar/eveni
Anders/Nick         Walker/Reding       Sem: Methland (H)                                R 6-750            304         ng            LAW860              44               2    28388     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H

Lynn                Branham             Sem: Sentencing Law and Policy (H)               W 2-350            117         seminar           LAW86H          14               2    28121     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H              CrimLt

Mark                Garrett             Sem: Sustainable Urban Development Law           W 4-550            264         seminar/split     LAW860          57               2    28117     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         UD

Kerry               Ryan                Sem: Tax Policy                                  T 9-1050           264         seminar           LAW860          55               2    28002     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         Tx
                                        Sem: Theories of Constitutional Interpretation
Matthew             Hall                (H)                                              R 2-350            264         seminar           LAW86H          21               2    28120     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H

Joel                Goldstein           Sem: Thomas F. Eagleton and Public Law (H) M 4-550                  117         seminar/split     LAW86H          02               2    26452     1/7/2013 4/23/2013          H
                                                                                                                        seminar/
William             O'Neill             Sem: Trademark                                   R 6-750            117         evening           LAW860          68               2    24936     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         IP
                                                                                                                        seminar/
Hal                 Goldsmith           Sem: White Collar Crime                          T 6-750            117         evening           LAW860          78               2    24937     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         CrimLt
                                                                                         T1040-1155 F 11-
Paul                Rost                State and Local Government Law                   1215               304         3L                LAW835          01               3    28023     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                         UD

Janette             Lohman              State & Local Taxation (PS)                      S 1:00 - 3:30      JR          3L                LAW792          01               2    24939     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                 PS      BTL, Tx, UD

Dana                Malkus              Transactional Drafting                           R 10-1150          117         3L                LAW808          01               2    28005     1/7/2013 4/23/2013
                                                                                                                        2L/split-
                                                                                         MANDATORY
                                                                                         Saturday dates                 register for
                                                                                         1/12/13, 2/16/13,              small group                            0 (assigned to
Thomas              Stewart             Trial Ad I - Lg Grp (PS)                         4/6/13 (830am-530pm) CR        only              LAW894L         30     small group)   24926     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        2L/split-
                                                                                                                        register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
TBA                                     Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3A (PS)                       M 4-550            to 8)       only              LAW894         3A                3    24954     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        evening-
                                                                                                                        register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
Judge Nellie        Ribaudo             Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3B (PS)                       M 6-750            to 8)       only              LAW894         3B                3    24955     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        evening-
                                                                                                                        register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
Jeff                Ezra                Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3C (PS)                       T 6-750            to 8)       only              LAW894         3C                3    24963     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        2L-register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
Dawn                Sallerson           Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3D (PS)                       W 6-750            to 8)       only              LAW894         3D                3    24965     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        2L-register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
Matt                Padberg             Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3E (PS)                       R 8-950 am         to 8)       only              LAW894         3E                3    24966     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        evening-
                                                                                                                        register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
Jillian             Anderson            Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3F (PS)                       R 4-550            to 8)       only              LAW894          3F               3    24968     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        2L/split-
                                                                                                                        register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
Judge Jack          Garvey              Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3G (PS)                       R 6-750            to 8)       only              LAW894         3G                3    24971     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt
                                                                                                                        evening-
                                                                                                                        register for
                                                                                                            CR (limit   small group
Judge George        Draper              Trial Ad I, Sm Grp 3H (PS)                       R 8-950 pm         to 8)       only              LAW894         3H                3    25380     1/7/2013   4/6/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt




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                                                         Course Title                   Time        Room                                              Credits       CRN     Start Date End Date           Hum.           Concentrations
      Name                Name                                                                                 Priority       Number       Number                                                  course      Skills

                                                                                                   CR (limit
Judge Barbara/Tom Wallace/Stewart      Trial Ad II (Civil-Personal Injury) (PS)   T 4-550          to 12)    3L/split       LAW895               30             2   24986     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt

                                                                                                   CR (limit
Kim/David           Freter/Bruns       Trial Ad II (Criminal) (PS)                W 10-1150        to 12)    3L             LAW895               31             2   24987     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt

                                                                                                   CR (limit
Hardy/Jill          Menees/Wehmer      Trial Ad II (Civil-Family Law) (PS)        W 4-550          to 12)    3L/split       LAW895               32             2   26481     1/7/2013 4/23/2013                PS      CivLt, CrimLt

Brad                Fogel              Trusts and Estates                         TR 6-750         03        evening        LAW774               30             4   26494     1/7/2013 4/23/2013    yes
                                                                                  W 6-750 (first
                                                                                  seven weeks of
John                Rabbitt            Workers Compensation                       semester)        302       evening        LAW827               30             1   24972     1/7/2013 2/20/2013                        EL




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Professor(s) Last                                                                                                                                                       Primary Method of
Name                 Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                      Evaluation            Pre-reqs
                                        This course looks at constitutional problems raised by the creation of administrative agencies; policy‑making and
                     Administrative     investigations by such agencies; administrative jurisdiction; hearings; decisions and enforcement of decisions; role of the
Gatter, Griesbach    Law                courts in reviewing administrative actions will be the focus of this course.                                                Exam

                                    This course will introduce and reinforce bar examination study and test taking skills. It will provide in depth exploration of
                                    each part of the bar exam (multiple choice (MBE), essay (MEE) and multi state performance exam (MPT)) and build
                                    students’ skills regarding each part of the exam. In addition, the course will devote significant time to skills associated
                     Advanced Legal with analyzing, studying and memorizing the substantive information. A hallmark of this course will be intensive writing
                     Analysis   and and feedback components. This course will provide at risk students with the opportunity to hone the skills necessary for Written assignments;
Miceli               Strategies     effective bar exam study, passing the bar exam and eventual success as a practicing attorney.                                  exercises

                                    This course provides advanced instruction on how to develop a research plan, and how to make economic decisions
                                    about using electronic or print resources or a suitable combination of both. Weekly print and online assignments provide
                                    concentrated practice in using print and electronic federal and state statutory, judicial, and regulatory materials; and in
                                    finding reliable Internet and subscription sites for legal research. Students will gain experience in in-depth analysis of
Custer/ McDermott/                  electronic search results; and learn the organization and use of both print and on-line topical current awareness
Casey/ Hartke/       Advanced Legal services. The grade will be based on weekly assignments, class attendance, one comprehensive in-class exam, and one written assignments,
Kullman/Cohn         Research (PS)  individual research project. Students may anticipate spending approximately 2 hours a week on the weekly assignments. exam

                                        The course will review commercial real estate development issues in the context of the purchase and redevelopment of
                                        improved real property. These issues will be presented through the study of a single representative transaction involving
                                        the redevelopment of an industrial project in an urban setting. Students will be involved in reviewing, revising and
                                        drafting relevant documents for all aspects of the transaction. Federal, state, and local laws all affect redevelopment of
                                        urban areas making it a complex field in which to work. Lawyers working in the development field must be aware of the
                                        tools used for urban redevelopment including economic incentives, real estate tax abatement, transportation
                     Advanced Real      development districts, community improvement districts, tax increment financing, new markets tax credits, Brownfield
                     Estate Trans       credits, and redevelopment rights such as eminent domain. Students anticipating the Urban Development Land Use and Drafting and negotiation Real Estate
West/ Zatlin         (PS)               Environmental Law concentration would take this class as an elective.                                                      exercises                 Transactions
                                        The vast majority of lawsuits have always been resolved by a method other than trial. The last decades have witnessed
                                        the exponential increase of court-sponsored alternative dispute resolution programs, mainly court-ordered mediation and
                                        arbitration. This course will survey the more popular methods used to resolve disputes outside of litigation, including
                     Alternative        negotiation, mediation, arbitration, fact-finding summary jury trial and mini-trials. Students will consider the legal and
                     Dispute            conceptual bases of these processes, and learn the role of the attorney and how these processes work from prominent
FitzGibbon           Resolution         guest speakers, class discussions, video demonstrations and simulation exercises. The course will place more               Exam; class participation
                                        This course explores major themes in the history of American law from the colonial period to the present: how American
                                        legal culture emerged out of an imperial background, was transformed amidst national expansion in the nineteenth
                                        century, and evolved in response to ideological and social pressures in the twentieth. The course focuses on law
                                        internally, looking at its personnel and sources, as well as externally, or how it relates to the larger social and political
                                        cultures around it. Recurrent themes include the adaptation of law as people move across space, the professional
                     American Legal     identity of the lawyer, the changing literary sources of law, the relative autonomy of law in relation to other cultural
Walker               History (H)        phenomena, and the power of law as an agent of social transformation                                                            Exam
                                        This course introduces students to the process of preparing and prosecuting a patent application, and determining
                                        infringement of an issued patent. The approach follows the patent application and prosecution process from client
                                        interview, preparation of the patent specification and claims, and prosecution to patent issuance. Students will have
                                        regular drafting assignments for class meetings. Grades will be based on a take-home drafting assignment at
                     Anatomy of a       semester's end. Please note that while this course will expose students to material in patent preparation, prosecution                                IP Survey OR Patent
Hejlek               Patent             and infringement, it is not designed as an USPTO patent registration exam preparation course.                                   written assignments   Law

                                        This course focuses on the application of anthropological theory to understanding of how law works in social context, and
                                        on analyzing interrelationships between legal solutions and contemporary social problems. Anthropological materials will
                                        include materials from other cultural contexts and jurisdictions, as well as from the United States. The course will also
                                        include materials from a variety of substantive areas, including but not limited to health law, criminal law, business
                                        associations, environmental law, civil procedure, and property. This course will serve students interested in international
                     Anthropology of    and comparative law; health law; urban issues; law and society; and the interdisciplinary study of law. One overarching
Eppinger             Law (H)            theme of the course will be the nature of power and interrelationships between language, power, and law.
                                        Antitrust is a study of the laws governing private re-strictions on competition and efforts to promote competitiveness in
                                        the economy. Areas include: restraints of trade (e.g., price f-ixing, boycotts, market allocations); monopolization and
                                        attempt-ed monopoliza-tion; mergers; remedies and enforcement. The course attempts to introduce students to the basic
                                        concepts (and limitations) of employing economic analysis in the law; however, no previous study of economics is
Greaney              Antitrust Law      required.                                                                                                                   Exam
                                        This clinic is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students                                 LAW 800-Civil
                                        enrolled in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Applied Mediation Skills course (LAW 983). Students attend a 40                               Procedure I, LAW 760-
                                        hour mediation training program, work 9 hours a week observing ADR processes conducted by court-appointed neutrals,                                   Property, LAW 745-
                     Applied            and conducting landlord tenant mediations in housing court and conciliation mediations in family court. Grades in this                                Family Law, LAW 705-
Magruder             Mediation Clinic   course are recorded on the student’s transcript as Pass/Fail.                                                           mediation practice            Legal Profession.
Professor(s) Last                                                                                                                                                           Primary Method of
Name                   Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                        Evaluation       Pre-reqs
                                                                                                                                                                                             LAW 800-Civil
                                          Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in the Mediation Clinic (LAW-993). The course addresses                                  Procedure I, LAW 760-
                                          common issues faced in mediation settings. The focus will be on negotiation techniques and skills. Mediation in the                                Property, LAW 745-
                       Applied            context of family law cases and landlord-tenant law will be stressed. Students receive a letter grade in this course based written assignments and Family Law, LAW 705-
Magruder               Mediation Skills   on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises and short essay tests.                                        exercises               Legal Profession.
                                          This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to examining many of the legal, ethical and policy issues raised by the
                                          biotechnology industry. The course is structured around a “molecules-to-market” framework, tracing the issues that a
                                          biotechnology company encounters throughout the path of its development. Topics include intellectual property
                                          protection, corporate organization and financing, conflicts of interest, regulatory approvals, public-private partnerships,
                                          tort liability and the ethical implications of various technologies. We will examine these topics through emerging
                                          biotechnological advancements in fields such as genetics, stem cell research, nanotechnology, bioinformatics and the
                                          neurosciences; topics will be examined through a comparative lens, with emphasis on the advantages and
                                          disadvantages of different legal frameworks on the biotechnology industry. A continuing theme of the course will be how
                       Biotechnology      the biotechnology industry impacts law, science, business, public policy and society. The final grade will be based on                                   IP Survey OR Patent
Parasidis              Law & Policy       class participation, written assignments and/or a final exam.                                                               Exam; short paper            Law
                                                                                                                                                                                                   LAW-800 (Civil
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Procedure I), LAW-801
                       Civil Advocacy     Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in Civil Advocacy Clinic I (LAW 991). The course addresses                                     (Civil Procedure II),
Ammann/ Gilchrist/     (PS) (companion    common issues lawyers face in a variety of civil matters including practical and strategic considerations as well as ethical Written                     LAW-705 (Legal
Harrison/Malkus/       class to clinic    dilemmas. The focus is on Missouri and Illinois law relating directly to the Civil Advocacy Clinic work. Students receive a assignments;exercises;       Profession), Civil
Roediger               991-01)            letter grade in this course based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests.       short essay tests           Practice may be


                                          This clinic is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students
                                          enrolled in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Civil Advocacy course (LAW-981). Students work in the Saint Louis
                                          University School of Law Clinic where they will be assigned their own caseload to prepare under the supervision of full-
                                          time clinic faculty. Opportunities for students interested in Litigation include: representing defendants before landlord-
                                          tenant courts; representing the homeless in municipal courts; participating in litigation on civil rights, public benefits, and
                                          consumer fraud; working as guardian at litem for children; and representing clients in custody cases, orders of
                                          protection, and other family law matters. Participation requires completion of Civil Procedure I and II, Legal Profession,
                                          Evidence, and Civil Practice. Depending on caseload preference, students may be required to have completed Family
                                          Law and/or Trial Advocacy. Opportunities for students interested in Transactional work include: preparing real estate
                                          closings, drafting estate planning documents, and drafting documents and providing counseling for nonprofit
                                          organizations and small businesses. Participation requires completion of Legal Profession. Depending on caseload                                         LAW-800 (Civil
                                          preference, students may be required to have completed Real Estate Transactions, Business Associations, and/or                                           Procedure I), LAW-801
                                          Trusts and Estates. Opportunities for students interested in Administrative law practice include representing clients in                                 (Civil Procedure II),
                       Civil Advocacy     administrative cases including immigration, unemployment compensation, welfare, food stamps, Medicaid, Medicare, and                                     LAW-705 (Legal
Ammann/ Gilchrist/     Clinic I (must     Special Education for disabled children. Participation requires completion of Civil Procedure I and II, Legal Profession,                                Profession), Pre or Co-
Harrison/Malkus/       take companion     Evidence, and Administrative Law. Depending on caseload preference, students may be required to have completed                                           requisite: LAW-890
Roediger               class 981-01)      Immigration Law or Environmental Law.                                                                                           clinic practice          (Civil Practice

                                          Civil Practice focuses on practical, theoretical, and ethical issues in pre‑trial civil litigation practice through lecture and
                                          discussion and emphasizes the development of practice skills through simulation exercises in client interviewing, fact
                                          investigation, pleading, formal discovery (depositions, interroga-tories, etc.), pre‑trial motion practice, negotiation, and
                       Civil Practice     jury instructions. Simulation exercises are conducted in small groups under the supervision of adjunct faculty. Civil                                    LAW 800 (Civil
                       (PS) (large and    Practice meets for 1 hour in a large group, and 2 hours each week in a small group. Small groups are selected at the              Written assignments;   Procedure I), LAW 801
Ammann                 small groups)      first meeting. Civil Practice is a co‑ or prerequisite for Civil Clinic.                                                          exercises              (Civil Procedure II)


                                          This course provides a basic introduction to the process of civil litigation. During fall semester students will learn about
                                          the procedural rules governing different stages in the litigation process – from initial pleadings through final judgment.
Scarlett, Jordan,                         The main topics to be covered are: pleading, discovery, and adjudication without trial, trial and appeal. In the spring we
Petroski, Steinglass   Civil Procedure II will address: personal jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, venue, Erie doctrine, res judicata and joinder.              Exam
                                          Civil Procedure II continues our basic introduction to the process of civil litigation in federal court. In Civil Procedure I,
                                          we focused primarily on the power and authority of federal courts to hear cases. This concentration lead us to ask when
                                          and where a federal court can hear a particular suit, as well as what law a court must apply; to answer those questions
                                          (and some others), we studied personal jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, venue, and Erie doctrine. During the
                                          spring semester, we will devote most of our attention to how the litigation process in federal court works, covering the
                                          mechanics of initial pleadings, pre-trial discovery and review, and final judgment. In Civil Procedure II, we will
                                          concentrate more intently on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure – especially those governing preliminary pleading,
Wolff, Redding         Civil Procedure II discovery, adjudication without trial, trial itself, and post-trial alternatives.                                              Exam
                                          This course focuses on the litigation of constitutional claims under Section 1983, including the pre-trial, discovery, and
                                          litigation issues facing attorneys representing individuals whose First, Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights have
                                          been violated. It will involve an examination of the most important substantive issues extant in civil rights litigation,
                                          including the "state action doctrine", the foundation for liability under 42 USC Sec. 1983, the immunities enjoyed by
                                          government actors, and the liability of municipalities and other government entities. Open to students who have not
Ryals                  Civil Rights Law   taken the Topics in Civil Rights seminar.                                                                                         Exam
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Name                 Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                        Evaluation          Pre-reqs


                                        The objective of this course is development of client interviewing and counseling skills through simulation exercises. The
                                        course meets 2-hours each week for eight (8) weeks. Enrollment in this course is required for students interested in
                                        competing in the school’s client counseling competition. The competition is part of the course, and performance in the
                     Client             competition determines a large part of the grade for the course. Attorneys from the community judge the competition.
Roediger             Counseling         The best team from the school’s competition proceeds to the regional ABA competition. Enrollment limited.
                                        This course covers the law of commercial paper (checks, drafts, and other negotiable instruments under the Uni-form
Dobbins Baxter,      Commercial         Commercial Code; commercial terms, commercial aspects of performance and remedies under Article 2; Negotiable
Johnson              Transactions       Instruments (Article 3); and Bank Deposits and Collections (Article 4).                                                           Exam
                                    This course is for upper division students that wish to participate in inter-law school competitions. Students must 1)
                                    complete both semesters of Legal Research & Writing, 2) at least twenty-four (24) law school credit hours, and 3) satisfy
                                    all prerequisites applicable to the competition before registering for this course. Selection of students for each                                        LRW I & II, 24 law
                                    competition varies and students should direct inquiries to faculty advisors. Students receive pass/fail credit based upon                                 school hours and
                                    completion of the competition requirements and by the recommendation of the faculty advisor assigned to the                                               various pre-reqs such
                                    competition. Students interested in receiving credit for participation in additional competitions not listed below should                                 as Evidence for Trial Ad
                     Competition    seek approval from the Curriculum Committee with the assistance of the faculty advisor. Depending upon the                competition specific            competitions-students
Multiple             Based Advocacy competition rules, participation in the competition may meet the Professional Skills requirement.                         materials and exercises         should consult advisors
                                        This course covers the choice -of- law issue; recognition of judgments of other states. The emphasis will be on conflicts
                                        of law problems in the United States, but some international problems may also be considered. Jurisdiction may be
Jordan               Conflict of Laws   included.
                                        Constitutional Law is the study of the Supreme Court's authority, justiciability, national powers, (the Commerce Clause,
Goldstein, Howard,   Constitutional     other powers of Congress), states' power to regulate commerce, intergovernmental immunities and separation of powers
Williams             Law I              through analysis of the Supreme Court's process of constitutional interpretation.                                         Exam
Grinvald, Gatter,
Dobbins Baxter,
FitzGibbon           Contracts II       This course covers the legal principles of formation of simple contracts, consideration, offer and acceptance.                    Exam


                                        This practicum is open to students who have completed Business Associations and Legal Profession. Students are
                                        placed in corporate legal departments of major St. Louis based corporations under the supervision of in-house corporate
                                        counsel, and the direction of a full-time faculty member. For each externship credit hour, a student must work 3 hours
                                        each week. Past or planned corporate placements include Charter Communications, Desco Group, and Schnucks,
                                        Anheuser Busch, CPI, Kellwood, Ameren UE, Monsanto, Trans States Airlines Grades in this course are recorded on
                     Corporate          the student’s transcript as Pass/Fail. Pending faculty approval, this course will not have a class component and will be
                     Counsel            permitted for 2 credits only, starting in the Spring 2007 semester. Students apply by sending Professor Weinberger a                                  Business Associations;
Weinberger           Practicum          cover letter and resume. Enrollment is limited to 15 students. Students will be registered by Professor Weinberger.      on site practice             Legal Profession
                                        This course combines traditional lecture/discussion with business transaction contract drafting. The course introduces
                                        students to economic and financial concepts, including time value of money, financial leverage, business valuation,
                                        options and other financial products. In addition, the course addresses both issues affecting closely-held businesses,
                                        including choice of entity, and the more traditional corporate finance materials relating to mergers and takeovers of
                     Corporate          publicly traded entities. Generally, one-third of each student’s grade will be a function of performance in drafting     Exam; written
Ordower              Finance            contractual provisions and two-thirds from a traditional, limited duration examination                                   assignment                   Business Associations
                                      Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in the Criminal Defense Clinic (LAW-994). This course covers                                  LAW-705 (Legal
                                      the theoretical and practical issues in a criminal defense practice, including client inter-viewing, bail and pre‑trial release,                        Profession), LAW-822
                                      investiga-tions, motion practice, discovery, prelimi-nary examinations, plea-bargaining, post‑ve-rdict proceedings and                                  (Criminal Law), LAW-
                                      sentencing. The focus is on Missouri law relating directly to work in the Criminal Defense Clinic. Students receive a            Written assignments,   823 (Criminal
                     Criminal Defense letter grade in this course based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests.           short essay tests,     Procedure I), LAW-810
McGraugh             Advocacy         Students register through the Clinic                                                                                             exercises              (Evidence)
                                      This clinic is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students
                                      enrolled in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Criminal Defense Advocacy course (LAW-984). Students work with                                  LAW-822 (Criminal
                                      the Office of the Public Defender for 12 hours weekly representing indigent criminal defendants. Students conduct client                                Law), LAW-823
                                      and witness interviews, preliminary hearings, miscellaneous pre-trial motions, juvenile trials and motions, misdemeanor                                 (Criminal Procedure I),
                                      trial, and occasionally assist a Public Defender in the trial of felony cases. Students may also represent defendants                                   LAW-810 (Evidence),
                     Criminal Defense before various municipal courts. Grades in this course are recorded on the student’s transcript as Pass/Fail. Students                                  LAW-705 (Legal
McGraugh             Clinic           register through the Clinic.                                                                                             clinic practice                Profession)
                                        The goals of punishment, principles of criminal responsibility, and selected specific crimes will be approached via study
Miller               Criminal Law       and analysis of the Model Penal Code as well as of the Common Law doctrine.                                                       Exam
                     Criminal           This course will cover constitutional and statutory laws relating to the criminal trial such as pre trial release, the decision
                     Procedure          to prosecute, preliminary hearing, grand jury, discovery and disclosure, guilty pleas, trial and appeal. NOTE: Criminal
Wilson               (Adjudication)     Procedure I: Investigation is not a pre-requisite for this course.
                     Criminal
Goldman, Thaman,     Procedure          The course concerns the constitutional limitations imposed by the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments on
Branham              (Investigation)    police and prosecution during the investigative stages of the criminal process.                                                   Exam
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Name                Course Title      Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                      Evaluation             Pre-reqs
                                      This course takes students through a domestic relations “case” from the initial client contact to final disposition of the
                                      case. The topics include a wide range of skills required in handling dissolutions, paternity cases, orders of protections
                                      and other domestic matters including client and investigative interviews, ex parte and full orders of protection, pre-trial
                                      discovery, guardian ad litems and their role in the court, child support (including criminal and civil “dead beat dad
                                      practice”), maintenance issues, settlements, trials and appeals. The students will be required to draft a client retention
                    Domestic          letter, conduct and interview with a client, argue a motion for discovery before a judge, and a motion to modify. In
                    Relations         addition, students will have a short examination. This course satisfies the elective requirement of the Civil Litigation        Written assignments;
Garvey              Practice          Concentration. Enrollment is limited to 12 students.                                                                            exercises

                                      This course will provide an in-depth study of current problems in employment discrimination, including theories of
                    Employment        discrimination, order and allocation of the burden of proof and other related issues; emphasis will be on Title VII of the
McCormick           Discrimination    Civil Rights Act of 1964 and its amendments, with a brief discussion of other employment discrimination statutes.               Exam


                                      This course will examine copyright and other aspects of intellectual property law relating to film, television, music, and
                                      multimedia entertainment industries. Each industry will be examined generally from a variety of perspectives, detailing
                                      the business, legal, social, and ethical issues encountered by practitioners as well as the policy issues raised by the
                                      digital revolution. The course will be taught predominately through a series of in-depth case files; in addition to surveying
                                      the various doctrines that shape entertainment law and the questions raised by the interplay of federal law, state law and
                    Entertainment     the rules of private organizations, the course explores the practical aspects of entertainment law, including acquisition of                           IP Survey or Copyright
SpearIt             Law (PS)          intellectual property rights, representation of talent, project planning, dealmaking, and litigation strategy.                                         Law
                                      This course will cover legal problems of the environment; rational allocation of natural resource use; approaches to the
                    Environmental     regulation of pollution; statutory and common law solutions; judicial and administrative regulation; economic, political and
Williams            Law               social aspects of regulation; focus on air pollution control.
                                      This course will provide an in-depth examination into the problems arising in the inter vivos and testamentary disposition
                                      of property with emphasis on the tax problems of such disposition; use of trusts in an estate plan; other methods for
                                      disposition of estates; administration of the decedent's estates; drafting exercises. This course will also include the study
                                      of all of the most relevant Internal Revenue Code sections utilized in estate planning, and therefore a previous                                       Taxation and Trusts &
                    Estate Planning   background in estate and gift taxation and income taxation of trust and estates is not essential to the taking of this                                 Estates strongly
Blase               (PS)              course.                                                                                                                       Written exercises        recommended
                                      This course will provide an examination into the problems arising in the inter vivos and testamentary disposition of
                    Estate Planning   property with emphasis on the tax problems of such disposition; use of trusts in an estate plan; other methods for                                     Trusts and Estates;
Donohue             (PS)              disposition of estates; administration of the decedent's estates; drafting exercises.                                                                  Fiduciary Tax; Taxation

                                   The course begins with an introductory overview of the general principles of European Union Law (jurisdiction, courts,
                                   procedure). The focus thereafter will be on antitrust rules (Art. 101-106 of the E.U. Treaty) and mergers and acquisitions
                    European Union (European Merger Resolution). Students who have not previously completed the Brussels Seminar may enroll in this
Moneger             Law (H)        course. No pre-requisite in economics is required. The final class (4/23) will run from 9-1050 a.m.
                                      This externship clinic is open to students who have completed 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students
                                      enrolled in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Lawyering Practice course (LAW-985). Students work in civil,
                                      criminal, or corporate placements in the community under the supervision of a licensed attorney, and the direction of a
                                      full-time faculty member. Past civil and criminal externships include placements with the Equal Employment Opportu-nity
                                      Commission, -Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance, Family Court, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, and the District
                                      Counsel of the IRS, local prosecutors, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and the Attorney General’s Office. Past corporate
                                      placements include in-house counsel for BJC Health Systems, Sisters of Mercy, and Saint Louis University General
                                      Counsel’s Office. Depending on the particular externship placement, students may also be required to complete
                    Externship Clinic additional prerequisites such as Administrative Law, Business Associations, Criminal Procedure I, Employment                                           LAW-800 (Civil
                    I (companion      Discrimination, Evidence, Family Law, Health Law, Taxation, or Trial Advocacy. Certain placements may satisfy the                                      Procedure I), LAW-801
                    course-           Health Law Certificate’s Practice Externship requirement. Students may take this course for 3 or 4 credits. For each                                   (Civil Procedure II),
                    Lawyering         externship credit hour, a student must work 3 hours each week. Grades in this course are recorded on the student’s                                     LAW-705 (Legal
Hacking             Practice)         transcript as Pass/Fail. Students register through the Clinic.                                                            on site practice             Profession)
                                      Legal relations of husband and wife with respect to person and property; conflict of laws; ante nuptial agreements; legal
                                      consequences of annulment, separation and divorce; separation agreements; division of property; alimony and
Rollins, Ziegler    Family Law        maintenance; child support; child custody.                                                                                Exam

                                      This course explores legal and policy issues related to products regulated by the FDA. We will critically examine the
                    FDA Law and       regulatory framework for food, drugs, biologics, vaccines, medical devices, and cosmetics. We will also consider the
Parasidis           Policy            relationship between the regulatory framework and other laws, such as patent, antitrust and products liability.


                                      This course considers the role of the federal courts within the federal governmental system. In part, the class studies the
                                      allocation of power among governmental institutions and the relationships between the states and the federal
                                      government. In related part, the class examines the institutional design of the federal courts themselves – the scope and
                                      limits of their power, the structure of the judicial system, the practice and procedure followed in the federal courts, and
                                      the challenges confronting federal courts today. Topics covered will include the original and appellate jurisdiction of the
                                      federal courts, Congressional power to limit the jurisdiction of the federal courts, Congressional power to create
                                      “legislative courts” outside of Article III, Supreme Court review of judgments, state sovereign immunity, abstention, and
                                      federal habeas corpus. Other concepts will be addressed as well. This course builds on the skills and knowledge
Steinglass          Federal Courts    gained in other law school classes – particularly Civil Procedure and Constitutional Law I.                                 Exam
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Name                Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                     Evaluation          Pre-reqs
                    First
                    Amendment:         This course is a comprehensive and in‑depth study of First Amendment issues including regulation of political speech,
Howard              Speech             expression in public places, "symbolic" speech, libel, obscenity, commercial speech, and free press.                      Exam
                                       This course will focus on regulatory and business aspects of health care practice. Particular attention will be placed on
                                       bringing to bear various areas of law (e.g., business
                                       associations, tax, antitrust, insurance regulation Stark Law, fraud and abuse, etc.) in advising clients on structuring
                                       health care relationships and organizations. The course will also examine closely various state and federal health reform
                    Health Care        proposals. The course will meet two hours per week and students. There will be a final exam and students may also be
                    Finance and        required to do brief writing exercises in addition to the exam. Students must have either completed Health Care Law
                    Business           prior to enrolling in this course or be enrolled in Health Law during the same semester in which they take Health Care
Greaney             Planning           Fianancing. (However the former is recommended).                                                                          Exam                     Health Care Law

                                       This course focuses on private law responses to quality of care and autonomy issues involving health care providers
                                       and their consumers. The course examines the competing and overlapping liability models applied to health care
                                       providers, and the liability exposure of different provider groups, from individual health care professionals through
                                       provider groups to third party payors and drug and device manufactur-ers. The course covers the full range of litigation
                                       issues including expert and scientific evidence, causation, damages, and insurance issues as they relate to HCPs.
                    Health Care        Additionally, considerable attention is paid to the effect of statutory reforms, ranging from qualifications of experts
Goldner             Quality            through limitations on certain types of damage recovery to mandated dispute resolution mechanisms.                             Exam

                                     This course is designed to be the didactic component of the “Health Law Semester in Washington DC” program. Each
                                     student enrolled in the program will earn externship credit for working on health law matters in a federal agency under a
                                     supervising attorney. Every student participating in that program must simultaneously enroll in this course. The course
                                     provides substantive instruction in health law agency practice as well as an opportunity for students to reflect on their
                                     work experiences. The substantive instruction includes selected lessons on administrative law as applied in the health
                                     care setting and selected lessons on professional ethics in the context of agency practice. The reflective portion of the
                    Health Law       course will occur through guided in-class discussion and through student writing assignments and in-class presentations.                             Health Care Law;
Harkins             Agency Practice The course will be taught in Washington DC by an adjunct professor who practices there.                                    papers                     Administrative Law
                                     The course will focus on the history, impacts and regulation of consumer credit, including credit card borrowing, home
                    History, Impacts mortgages, auto credit and payday lending as well as student loans. One area of inquiry will be the sociological and
                    & Regulation of economic impact of such borrowing on the people of the United States and the society, and the United States economy
                    Consumer Credit with special emphasis on the financial institution industry. We will study the regulation of consumer lending and the
Lander              (H)              effects of those regulations. Do they help? Do they hurt? And how do they work?
                                       This two-credit course will provide an in-depth examination of the federal income taxation of trusts and estates, focusing
                                       on the ways in which the income taxation of these entities differs from that of individuals. Topics include: income taxation
                                       of simple trusts, complex trusts, and grantor trusts; discussion of provisions unique to this area, including distributable
                                       net income, distribution deduction, separate share rule and termination; and coverage of related topics such as the
                    Income Tax of      taxation of income in respect of a decedent. Subject to approval by the Advisor for the Concentration in Taxation, the
                    Trusts and         course would qualify as an elective for students seeking a Taxation Concentration. Students will sit for an in-class                               Taxation, Trusts &
Ryan                Estates            examination.                                                                                                                     Exam              Estates
                                       The course involves a comparative study of European and U.S. law dealing with cutting-edge issues in international
                    International      banking law. The course will examine the risks inherent in international banking operations, followed by an examination
                    Business and       of the law applicable to international banking transactions, conflict of jurisdictions and fraud. Special attention will be paid
Kenfack             Finance Law        to financing the international sale of goods.
                                       This course will focus on selected issues confronting U.S. companies engaged in international business. Topics to be
                    International      covered include: international sales of goods; international financings; direct foreign investment; international arbitration
                    Business           and litigation; technology transfers. One or more short papers may be required, in addition to the final examination. This
Johnson             Transactions       course does not overlap with LAW 848, International Trade Law.
                                       Intellectual property law and lawmaking has increasingly assumed international and transnational dimensions. This
                                       course has two goals: the first goal is to equip students with the understanding and skills to engage in international
                                       intellectual property practice on both public and private international law levels and the second is to provide students with
                                       a comparative angle for assessing the issues in international intellectual property law. As such, International Intellectual
                                       Property will cover topics such as territoriality, national treatment, choice of law, multilateral treaties (such as TRIPS,
                                       Paris and Berne Conventions), and regional agreements (such as bilateral free trade agreements) that frame the
                                       substantive rules of international intellectual property law. In addition, the course will focus on the differences that
                    International      various nations have taken in implementing and enforcing international intellectual property laws. Since a basic working                           IP Survey OR
                    Intellectual       knowledge of the different types of intellectual property is crucial to a full understanding of the international intellectual                     Permission of Prof.
Grinvald            Property Law       property concepts, the Intellectual Property Survey course is a prerequisite for enrollment.                                   Exam                Grinvald

                                      Nature, development, sources and scope of international law and organization of the modern community of nations;
                                      international agreements; rights and duties of states; nationality; jurisdiction; international claims; pacific settlement of
Dore                International Law disputes; law of the sea; use of force.
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Name                   Course Title      Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                    Evaluation               Pre-reqs
                                        This course is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students
                                        enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in either Judicial Process Externship (LAW-998). This course addresses
                                        common issues lawyers face as judicial law clerks. Students will study the role of the judicial clerk, procedural and
                       Judicial Ethics  jurisdictional issues, ethics, judicial decision-making, and legal writing for law clerks. Students receive a letter grade in                           Civil Procedure I & II;
                       and Court        this course based on performance on a series of written assignments and short essay tests. Students register through Written assignments:               Legal Profession is a
Hacking                Procedings (PS) the Clinic.
                                        This externship clinic is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education.       short essays              pre or co-requisite
                                        Students enrolled in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Judicial Ethics and Court Procedures course (LAW 988).
                                        Students are placed with judges in state and federal trial and appellate courts where they work as part-time law clerks,
                                        performing extensive legal research; drafting a series of legal memoranda relevant to cases under submission by the
                                        courts; and observing hearings, trials and other court proceedings. Students must commit to working 3 hours per week                                    Civil Procedure I & II;
                       Judicial Process per credit hour awarded for 14 weeks (or 42 hours of work per credit hour). Grades in this course are recorded on the                                   Legal Profession is a
Hacking                Extern.          student's transcript as Pass/Fail. Students register through the Clinic.                                                      on site practice          pre or co-requisite


                                         Theoretical and practical aspects of jury instructions (including special interrogatories) at trial are presented from the
                                         perspective of the judge, counsel, the jury, and the court of appeals. The course will involve the students in researching
                                         and drafting instructions, using pattern instructions, participating in a simulated jury instruction conference, and writing an
                       Jury Instructions appellate court opinion. The course may include presentations by practicing trial attorneys and the observation of a jury
                       & Trial Process instruction conference in an actual trial. This course satisfies an elective requirement of the Civil Litigation                  Written assignments;
Noce                   (PS)              Concentration. Enrollment performance on a series of written and oral assignments and exercises. Enrollment is limited. exercises
                                         This course will study the history and philosophy of the juvenile court system; the juvenile justice process in modern
                                         social context; definition of delinquency; the substantive law governing juvenile conduct; intake; waiver or certification;
Harrison               Juvenile Law      pre-trial detention; hearing; and adjudication proceedings.

                       Law and Policy    The course approaches corrections law from the perspective of prisoners-rights and litigation strategies. This survey
SpearIt                of Corrections    includes First Amendment rights, access to courts, disciplinary proceedings, transfers, and strategies for 1983 litigation.   Exam
                                         Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in Externship Clinic I (LAW 995). This course addresses
                                         common practice issues including practical and strategic considerations as well as ethical dilemmas. Students receive a
                       Lawyering         letter grade based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests. Students        Written assignments;           LAW-705 (Legal
Hacking                Practice (PS)     register through the Clinic.                                                                                            exercises                      Profession)


                                        This course will offer a practical overview of legal issues arising in hospitals and hospital systems related to
                                        organizational structure and decision-making; medical staff issues; regulatory and accreditation bodies, and the survey
                                        process; responding to and reporting serious patient safety events/Sentinel Events; EMTALA; challenging legal/risk
                       Legal Issues for issues in the patient care setting; and advanced directives, capacity, and guardianship. Each topic covered during the 14
                       Hospital         week course will introduce students to the varied and challenging legal issues that occur in hospitals and hospital
                       Governance and systems on a daily basis. The materials for this course will be taken from state and federal agencies and regulatory
                       Patient Care     bodies that govern hospitals and health systems as well as other industry sources in order to familiarize students with
Burke/Justice          (PS)             the terminology, process, structure and legal obligations faced by health lawyers advising hospital clients.
                                        This course explicitly examines the analytical process needed to solve legal problems. Because it is difficult to separate
                                        process from substance, the course will consider the building blocks of legal reasoning within the context of problems
                                        that arise in certain first year substantive courses. Specific competencies include analogical and deductive reasoning,    Written assignments;
Herleth                Legal Methods    application of law to facts, issue spotting and exam taking.                                                               exercises
Needham, Wolff,                         The law governing lawyers, with special attention paid to the A.B.A. Model Rules of Professional Conduct, and the law of
Taylor, Hansford       Legal Profession legal malpractice.                                                                                                       Exam
Carfield, Goldsmith,                   Introduction to the legal system; analysis of the judicial, legislative and administrative processes; basic legal sources;
Kowach, Kutnik-                        techniques of legal research; use of digests, reporters, encyclopedias, annotated cases, statutes, citators and reference
Bauder, Mulholland,    Legal Research- books; methods of legal analysis and approaching research problems; writing style and technique; various memoranda Written assignments;
Sanner, Schulz,        Writing II      and appellate briefs, oral arguments.                                                                                      oral arguments

                                         This course examines the creation and use of statutes, an increasingly dominant source of law in the United States, from
                                         theoretical and practical perspectives. Topics addressed include sources of and constraints on statutory lawmaking
                                         power, political models of the legislative process, theoretical approaches to statutory interpretation, and techniques used
Petroski               Legislation       to arrive at the meaning of statutory provisions, including canons of interpretation and legislative history.               Exam
                                         Appellate Advocacy – Moot Court I is the study of relationships and communications between the appellate judiciary and
                                         the attorneys practicing before appellate courts. In the fall semester, students will primarily focus on learning the process
                                         and art of appellate brief writing. There will be 2 hours of class meetings each week for the first 10 weeks of the
                                         semester. Students will research a problem, prepare and submit drafts of various portions of the brief which will be
                                         reviewed by the professor, as well as prepare and submit a final brief. In addition, students will engage in oral argument
Canfield, Goldsmith,                     exercises critiqued by the professor prior to final oral arguments before members of the local legal community.               Written assignments;
Kowach                 Moot Court I      Enrollment is limited to 20 students maximum per section. Two hours graded credit.                                            oral arguments
                                         As a result of the first semester competition, a group of at least eight teams will be chosen to participate in the second
                                         semester advanced competition. In addition, the winners of the second semester competition are sponsored by the
                                         School of Law at a national or regional competition in the fall semester of the following year. Students are registered by Written assignments;
Canfield               Moot Court II     Professor.                                                                                                                 oral arguments              Moot Court I
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Name                Course Title        Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                     Evaluation            Pre-reqs

                                        Most lawyers spend a large part of their time negotiating. This course gives students hands-on experience negotiating,
                                        as well as a grounding in negotiation theory. Students participate in a variety of negotiation simulations, as well as in
                                        analyzing negotiation problems. Students are observed while negotiating and receive feedback. The negotiation
                                        simulations cover a wide range of situations, including business contracts, neighborhood disputes, personal services
                                        contracts and international disputes. In addition to the class meeting one afternoon each week, those enrolled will be
                    Negotiations        required to meet with other students outside class hours to negotiate or to prepare for negotiations. It is crucial that all
Reeves, Needham     (PS)                students attend all class sessions (except when ill). Class is limited to 12 students per section.

                                        Basic tax questions involved when operating in partnership or limited liability company form; organization; capital
Ordower             Partnership Tax     structure; distributions; sales; liquidations; redemptions; tax planning opportunities; and comparison with S corporations. Exam                     Taxation
                                        This course is for upper division students who wish to develop their litigation drafting skills. The focus of the course will
                                        center around drafting pre-trial litigation documents. Major topics which will be covered are communication letters to
                                        clients, drafting a complaint and answer, and findings of facts/conclusions of law. Supporting these topics will be
                                        discussions of motion practice and drafting motions. The course is designed to be taught in a hub-spoke model with a
                                        larger class meeting and then four smaller subsections of the class. The larger class will cover the materials in a lecture
Kutnik-Bauder,      Pre-trial           style while the small section teachers will work with the students to develop the written materials. Instructors will provide
Sanner              Litigation Skills   detailed feedback on student work. The enrolment will be limited to 12 students.                                              written assignments
                                        Legal concepts of ownership and possession; finding; bailment; adverse possession; relationship of landlord and tenant;
                                        concurrent ownership; restraints on transferability of land; common law estates and future interests; private limits on the
                                        use of land; nuisance; easements and profits; licenses; covenants running with the land; introduction to public control of
Eppinger, Liebesman Property            land use, zoning, eminent domain; introduction to intellectual property                                                       Exam

                                        This course examines the ways in which psychological science can inform our thinking about criminal and civil trials.
                                        Course materials will include empirical and theoretical work from psychology, and will include articles from psychology
                                        journals and law reviews, among other materials. Students will learn to critically evaluate empirical findings in order to
                                        evaluate validity and relevance to a variety of courtroom situations, including voir dire, the presentation of physical
                                        evidence, witness competency, expert testimony, judge instructions, pretrial publicity, pretrial negotiations, and judicial
                                        and jury decision-making. The first part of the semester will involve reading and discussing articles in the social sciences
                                        relevant to various courtroom topics. Over the course of several weeks, students will be exposed to research method
                    Psychology in       and design, will learn how to evaluate a scientific article, and will begin to understand the approaches of behavioral
                    the Courtroom       scientists to legal topics. In the second part of the semester, students will research and write a research paper applying
Wilson              (H)                 psychological science to the courtroom setting. Requirements: A substantial (20-25 page) paper.
                                        Contractual, financing, title and tax considerations of residential and commercial real estate transactions; problems in the
                                        development, financing, leasing and disposition of real estate; brief consideration of bankruptcy and environmental law
                    Real Estate         issues; use of planning and legal concepts to accomplish land development objectives in a transactional setting;
Weinberger          Transactions        introduction to the drafting and negotiation of real estate documentation.                                                   Exam                    Property
                                        This course will provide an integrated study of the law of remedies, including damages, equitable relief, declaratory relief,
Lewis               Remedies            restitutionary relief, punitive damages, and a variety of ancillary remedies.                                                 Exam
                                        The mini-course will focus on the pragmatic applications of internet resources, specialized legal, non-legal and
                                        interdisciplinary databases and publications. Particular attention will be paid to primary source materials such as treaties,
                                        foreign codes, and cases from international tribunals and foreign courts. The course will be a skills course in the format
                                        of a seminar. Students will read about using international and foreign sources and discuss them in class. The students
                                        will prepare a pathfinder (research guide) on a narrow issue of international or foreign law. They may choose a topic for
                                        their pathfinder which is related to another international course or seminar they are taking that semester. In the legal
                    Research            research guide (pathfinder) students will explain how to identify and locate the most useful and current materials on their
                    Methods/Int'l       topic. They will also discuss why the materials are relevant and how to use them. Individual conferences will be held
                    Legal Research      during the semester to discuss their work on the pathfinder. The course will meet 2 hours per week for 7 weeks (1             research and written
McDermott           (PS)                Credit Hour) and will fulfill the skills requirement.                                                                         assignments


                                        This course will examine the federal regulation of the issuance, distribution and trading of securities under the Securities
                                        Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including the following topics: the purpose and scope of the
                                        federal securities law; the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission; the concept of materiality; the underwriting
                                        process; disclosure in the registration statement and prospectus for public offerings; managed disclosure rules during
                                        public offerings; exemptions from registration; private placements of securities; secondary distributions; periodic
                                        reporting requirements; the proxy rules; civil and criminal liability under the anti-fraud rules; the prohibition on insider
                                        trading; professional duties of securities lawyers. This class will include a focus on the causes of the U.S. financial crisis
                                        of 2008 and reform of the U.S. financial system through the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection
                                        Act of 2010. Students will participate in a series of drafting exercises and receive feedback on their work product. A final
                                        examination will also be required. Fulfills professional skills requirement and may be used to satisfy requirements for the
                    Securities          Business Transactional concentration with the approval of the faculty advisor for such concentration. Enrollment is            Exam and Drafting     Prereq or Coreq:
Wagner              Regulation (PS)     capped at 24 students. Prerequisite or Corequisite: Business Associations. (PS)                                                Exercises             Business Associations
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                                   This seminar examines the current health care reform debate with a particular emphasis on access to health care. The
                                   seminar focuses on the barriers--both financial and non-financial--that interact to limit access to care and an analysis of
                                   the legal issues that arise when seeking to improve access to medical care and public health. The seminar places
                                   particular emphasis on access to care for those who do not have access to private insurance and how health reform
                    Sem: Access to may impact Medicaid, Medicare, and safety net programs. A seminar gives you the opportunity to write a substantial
                    Health Care:   research paper about an area of particular interest. Additionally, each student will visit at least one “safety net” health
Watson              Health Reform  care providers.                                                                                                                      Paper               Health Care Law
                    Sem: Advanced This seminar focuses on recurring labor law issues from the perspective of union and corporate representatives.
                    Topics in Labor Students will participate in practical and complex analyses of these labor issues and their impact on corporate and union                               Recommended: Labor
Wrenn               Law             clients.                                                                                                                  paper                         Law
                                      During the first several weeks of the seminar, we will get a grounding in deontological tort theory, consequentialist
                                      accounts of tort law, and the instructor’s object lesson account. Each student will select a tort cause of action he or she
                                      intends to explore during the semester (other than general negligence) and set out for the class the basic elements of
                                      that cause of action along with common privileges and other affirmative defenses that might be applicable. Candidate
                                      causes of actions include fraud, intentional interference with prospective economic advantage, tortious interference with
                                      contract, commercial disparagement, false attribution, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, legal
                                      malpractice, identity misappropriation, strict liability for manufacturing defects, abnormally dangerous activity liability,
                                      intentional and unreasonable nuisance, defamation, abuse of process, wrongful commencement of civil litigation,
                                      intrusion into seclusion, “heart balm” torts, and alien tort claims. Each student will then engage in comprehensive
                                      research into the development and use of the selected cause of action in two jurisdictions, an enquiry into the
                                      compatibility of the cause of action with deontological, consequentialist, and the object lesson account of tort law, and an
                                      analysis of critical open issues respecting the cause of action under alternative theories. Students will orally present
                    Sem: Advanced     their work to the class during the last half of the semester, and each student is required to submit the results of that work
Griesbach           Torts             in a paper of at least 30 pages.

                                      The seminar will address the historical status of animals in the law; legislative efforts and citizen initiatives to strengthen
                                      animal protection laws, and the current issues concerning animal law. Topics may include, animal welfare, pet trusts,
                                      endangered species, divorce pet custody disputes, the animal cruelty/violence against humans link, and animal legal
                    Sem: Animal       standing are but a few of the issues that will be discussed in this course, which also examines other animal law legal
Hartke              Law               issues, including issues involving constitutional law, torts, contracts, wills and trusts. Student will write a paper.            paper
                                      This seminar will deal with the laws of the Catholic Church in two parts. The first portion of the course will treat the notion
                                      and nature of canon law, its historical development, and a study of the methodology in interpreting the law. The next
                    Sem: Canon        portion of the seminar will deal with the canonical understanding of contract relative to marriage. There will be particular
Ramacciotti         Law (H)           emphasis upon the procedural law for adjudicating a petition of nullity against the contract of marriage.                       paper


                                      This Seminar examines in global perspective how the legal framing of citizenship and human rights affects the attainment
                                      of social justice for minorities, immigrants, and marginalized peoples. Scholarship has identified that social justice
                                      concerns an “equitable distribution of fundamental resources and respect for human dignity and diversity, such that no
                                      minority group’s life interests and struggles are undermined (Basok, et. al., 2006).” Globally, the realization of social
                                      justice often has been linked to how a nation-state conceptualizes citizenship and human rights via its governmental
                                      institutions (e.g., courts, legislative bodies). Citizenship has elements of both a legal status and a social status – it
                                      confers certain civil and political rights on the holder of the status, but also serves as the basis for a sense of belonging
                                      and membership in a national community (national identity). On the other hand, human rights, a concept institutionalized
                    Sem: Citizenship, via the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 (and Helsinki Accords of 1975), espouse the idea
                    Human Rights      that there exist universal rights independent of membership in a bounded national community. This Seminar engages
                    and Social        constitutional law, case law, international declarations and scholarly research to probe in comparative perspective how
Middleton           Justice (H)       nation-states have made social justice reachable or unattainable for its minority populations.

                                      This seminar will explore controversial areas in American and foreign criminal procedure as they relate to truth seeking in                           Prereq: Criminal
                                      the criminal trial: (1) exclusionary rules; (2) plea bargaining or other abbreviated procedures; (3) the use of juries to find                        Procedure:
                                      facts and determine guilt; (4) the question of whether judges or juries should give reasons for their decisions. The                                  Investigation OR
                                      seminar will use Professor Thaman’s Book: Comparative Criminal Procedure: A Casebook Approach, and other                                              Criminal Procedure:
                    Sem:              materials (law review articles, books) which explore these issues. Students will write papers dealing on different aspects                            Adjudication; students
                    Comparative       of these issues, comparing US law with the approach of other countries. To qualify, students must have taken both                                     may enroll if they are
                    Criminal          Criminal Procedure: Investigation and Criminal Procedure: Adjudication. Exceptions may be made for students who have                                  taking the other Crim
Thaman              Procedure         completed one of the Criminal Procedure courses and are taking the other concurrently with the seminar.                                               Pro as a coreq
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                                      This seminar will examine the legal, ethical, and policy issues raised by the delivery of complementary and alternative
                                      medicine (CAM). Special attention will be given to the definitions, theories, and practice of major CAM therapies,
                                      including chiropractic, acupuncture, homeopathy dietary supplementation, various cancer therapies, etc.; the role of
                                      evidence-based medicine in evaluating CAM therapies; the licensure, regulation, and certification (or lack thereof) of
                                      CAM providers; legal issues relating to collaboration with CAM providers, including credentialing, medical staff
                                      membership, informed consent to CAM therapies and related issues.
                                      The objectives of this course include: (1) developing a well-reasoned, thesis based seminar paper on a topic to be
                                      chosen in consultation with the instructor that will be presented to and critiqued by both the instructor and other seminar
                    Sem:              participants, (2) familiarizing students with the major legal, ethical, and policy issues raised by the delivery of CAM; (3)
                    Complementary     exploring the reasons for CAM use and the health conditions for which CAM is used by different genders, racial and
                    & Alternative     ethnic groups, religious traditions, and socio-economic status groups; and (4) introducing students to non-legal (i.e.,
                    Medicine & the    medical, scientific, public health, ethics, and sociology) literature that bears on the evaluation of CAM therapies.
Goldner             Law               We will use Jesson and Tovino, Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the Law (2010) as a text.

                                      This seminar will examine the procedural aspects of civil litigation that involves multiple claims and parties, difficult legal
                                      and factual issues, or large amounts of money. The seminar will specifically explore the advantages and disadvantages
                    Sem: Complex      of pursuing class action litigation and shareholder derivative litigation. Each student is required to write and present a
Scarlett            Litigation        substantial research paper on a topic of complex litigation selected by the student in consultation with the instructor.        paper
                                      This seminar will examine corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the idea of the sustainable business corporation
                                      from a legal perspective. CSR, the notion that businesses have a broad set of obligations for ethical and socially
                                      responsible conduct, has become an important topic in recent years. CSR goes beyond charitable giving and requires
                                      that corporations take into account the impact of their operations on a broad range of stakeholders, including employees,
                                      customers, suppliers, community organizations, local neighborhoods, and investors, as well as on the environment. It
                                      requires corporations to balance the needs of these stakeholders with their goal of generating profits for their
                                      shareholders. Topics to be covered may include: the traditional view of the role and purpose of the modern business
                                      corporation in corporate law and why such view is changing; the meaning of sustainability in the modern business
                                      corporation; international initiatives to regulate multinational corporations; corporate mechanisms to enhance CSR,
                                      including voluntary codes of ethical conduct, voluntary social and environmental reporting, the use of the shareholder
                                      proxy mechanism, and the development of social benefit corporations; potential liability of multinational businesses for
                                      bribery of foreign government officials, environmental damage, labor abuses and human rights violations. Students will
                                      be required to write a 20 to 25 page research paper, which they will present to the class at the end of the semester.
                    Sem: Corporate    Students will have the option to write a CSR case study focusing on a particular company or industry to fulfill the writing
                    Social            requirement. Fulfills the humanities requirement. This seminar may be used to satisfy requirements for the Business
                    Responsibility    Transactional concentration with the approval of the faculty advisor for such concentration. Prerequisite or Corequisite:                          Prereq or Coreq:
Wagner              (H)               Business Associations.                                                                                                          Paper              Business Associations

                                    This seminar will explore the burgeoning dynamic body of legal scholarship known as "Critical Race Theory." We will
                                    explore the concept of "race" and how it is constructed in Western law and society. We will examine how power and
                                    privilege are commonly "race based" and interact with other "intersectionalities". We will interrogate the notion that "law"
                                    is objective, technical, and apolitical and will examine the role of the law in creating and re-enforcing inequity. Due to the
                                    nature of this seminar, it is mandatory that students electing to participate in this course come into it with an open mind
                                    and the desire to engage in positive, constructive intellectual discussion and a detailed examination of the discourse.
                                    Requirements for this seminar include: (i) attendance and participation in seminar meetings; (ii) presentation of paper
                    Sem: Critical   topic and distribution of essay outline to class (iii) a seminar paper. Please note: The professor will not lecture, rather
Miller              Race Theory (H) this is a seminar in the true graduate school tradition as student participation and engagement is central to the course.


                                   Students in this seminar will develop a detailed understanding of selected current topics in Employment Law. The
                                   seminar will develop students’ practical lawyering skills and their ability to engage in critical theoretical analysis. We will
                                   consider developing employment law topics including: the enforceability of mandatory arbitration agreements; burdens of
                                   proof in state and federal whistleblower claims; judicial determinations of severity in harassment and constructive
                                   discharge cases; summary judgment analysis in cases with direct evidence versus cases with circumstantial evidence;
                                   developing law after the ADA amendments of 2008; and other timely topics we select. Materials will include employment
                                   cases that provide a historic basis for the current law; current cases; current legislation, and legal articles. We will
                                   discuss the effects that employment statutes and rules, and judicial interpretations thereof, have on the enforceability of                           Labor Law or
                    Sem: Current   Employment laws and the real world consequences for employers, employees, unions and the economy. Paper topics                                        Employment
                    Issues in      may be written on any subject in Employment Law mutually agreeable to the student and instructor. A desire to engage in                               Discrimination are pre
Render              Employment Law robust class discussion is highly recommended.                                                                                  Paper                 or co requisites
                                      This course will examine the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, the Internal Revenue Code and other
                                      statutes and regulations that govern the establishment, operation, and tax status of pension, welfare, executive and
                                      other employee benefit plans. While the focus is on statutes and regulations, the study will necessarily include review of
                                      relevant case law as well. The students will complete one major research and writing paper and give one major
Stokes/Rataj        Sem: ERISA        presentation on their written paper.                                                                                       Paper
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Name                Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                         Evaluation          Pre-reqs
                                       Six trials will be covered in depth and in historical order during the first half of the semester. Students will write papers on
                                       other trials and present their papers to the class during the second half of the semester. The six trials to be covered in
                                       class and selected to range over several hundred years and show the evolution in the rules of evidence and procedure.
                                       The six trials are treated in the following books, which will be required reading: Peter C. Hoffer, The Salem Witchcraft
                                       Trials: A Legal History ; Estelle Fox Kleiger, The Trial of Levi Weeks or The Manhatten Well Mystery ; Steve Lubet,
                                       Murder in Tombstone: The Forgotten Trial of Wyatt Earp ; Martin Friedland, The Death of Old Man Rice (about the
                    Sem: Famous        murder of the man who endowed Rice University); Jim Fisher, The Lindbergh Case ; James Neff, The Wrong Man: The
Lewis               Trials             This Verdict will examine different articulations of legal
                                       Finalseminar on the Dr. Sam Sheppard Murder Case. pluralism in effect both in the United States and around the
                                       world. We will be examining both the similarities and differences between different forms of legal pluralism (e.g.
                                       federalism, multicularist policies), as well as different articulations of these different forms as they exist in different
                    Sem:               national contexts (e.g. American federalism v. Canadian federalism; British multicularism v. Indian multiculturalism).
                    Federalism,        Central questions that will be raised include: What are the historical, political, and philosophical reasons that motivate
                    Multiculturalism   countries to adopt pluralist legal set-ups?, Who and what benefits from legal pluralism?, What should the limits be to
                    and Legal          legal pluralism? Readings will include articles from academic journals, chapters from books, and some legal cases, and
Redding             Pluralism          readings will skew towards the theoretical. There will be a final paper assignment, required response papers, and
                                  In this seminar, we will read some theory from law and other disciplines, some case material, some statutes, and some
                                  history. The focus will be on gender very broadly, so feminist theory, masculinities theory, and queer theory will all be
                                  explored. The topic is purposefully broad and as big-tent as possible to make room for some theory and some practice-
                                  focused work (or as I like to call it, theory operationalized). We'll do short reaction paper writing for each class (a page or
                                  so per day), and then a 15-or-so-page paper will be the big project. Students will pick their own topics for the paper. The
                                  seminar will include at least one peer editing workshop, and students will get feedback on each reaction paper. Class
                    Sem: Gender & time will focus on discussing what we have read, and may include presentation by students of their research in the last
McCormick           Culture (H)   third of the semester.                                                                                                          Paper
                                       The seminar will survey philosophical approaches to law over several overlapping periods: The Ancient Greek, Roman,
                                       Christian, early modern, modern, and postmodern periods. Each student may pick one or more of these periods and
                                       focus on how the philosophers of these periods grappled with the problem of knowledge about law, particularly its
                                       connection to morality. Examples of questions that the seminar will raise include: Is knowledge of reality possible for the
                                       human mind? Is morality something that is objective and knowable? What is its connection with law? Is knowledge of
                                       good law accessible? How can we be sure that our answers to these questions are reliable? What are the available
                    Sem: Law and       methodologies that will ensure accurate or, at least, reliable knowledge? A research paper will be required towards the
Dore                Philosophy (H)     end of the seminar. A background in philosophy is not required for this seminar.
                    Sem: Legal         This seminar will explore the history of vice regulation in the United States. Topics covered will include legal efforts to
                    History:           control prostitution, drugs, alcohol, and gambling. Class readings will address causes and symptoms of vice, as well as
                    Regulation of      persistent problems with vice control. While St. Louis will be used as a case study, the course will extend to cities
Walker              Vice (H)           across the United States and students will be free to write a research paper on a topic/locale of their choice.             paper
                                       This seminar will explore the legal issues underlying the methamphetamine epidemic in rural America. Using Nick
                                       Reding's book Methland as a focal point, it will cover the criminal law aspects of Meth, as well as the legal regulation of
                                       the pharmaceutical industry, agricultural policy, health law, immigration, welfare, and education. Each week will feature a
                                       guest speaker from a different discipline, with the ultimate goal of demonstrating the value of an interdisciplinary
                    Sem: Methland      approach to understanding complex regulatory issues. A 30 page research paper will be required at the end of the
Walker/Reding       (H)                class.
                                     This course focuses on a key stage of the criminal-justice process: sentencing. The course explores the purposes of
                                     sentences and also covers guilty pleas and plea bargaining, procedural rights during the sentencing process, different
                                     types of sentencing statutes and guidelines, community-based sanctions, the death penalty, and what constitutes cruel
                                     and unusual punishment in non-capital cases. Other subjects to be studied during the course include parole release,
                                     probation and parole revocation, and collateral sanctions and consequences. The course provides a forum for not only
                    Sem: Sentencing learning the legal rules governing sentencing but for debating the controversial policy questions engendered by this area
Branham             Law & Policy (H) of law.


                                       This seminar will examine the relationship between law and the problems of urban growth and development from a
                                       holistic perspective. Specific topics will include alternatives to conventional land use regulation such as flexible and
                                       performance zoning, smart growth, urban form based codes, LEED certification, neotraditional town planning, and mixed-
                                       use and transit oriented development. In addition we will look at general responses to the problem of sprawl and
                                       environmental waste including ethical land use principles, green building, infill development, brownfield redevelopment,
                    Sem:               land and water conservation, and smart grid infrastructure. Students would be required to produce a major research
                    Sustainable        paper for the course based on a topic chosen with the approval of the instructor. Possible research topics could include
                    Urban              land banking, right to farm laws, urban farming regulations, food security, watershed and floodplain regulation, affordable
                    Development        workforce housing, historic preservation, neighborhood revitalization, urban forestry, green infrastructure, clean energy,
Garrett             Law                regional governance, transportation equity and environmental justice, among others.
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                                    In this seminar we will define and discuss the policy goals of the federal income tax system, including:(i) theories
                                    underlying the comprehensive income tax base; (ii) the role of equity as a tax policy norm; (iii) the tax expenditure
                                    concept; (iv) the “borders” of the income tax base; (v) the progressivity debate; (vi) income verses consumption tax and
                                    the “flat tax” proposals; (vi) classical verses integrated corporate income tax systems; and (vii) cross-border tax policy
                                    issues. Each student will be expected to engage in research in an area of tax policy (not necessarily income tax policy)
                                    with a research paper as the final result. One the basis of the drafts of those papers, students may be invited to present
                                    their work to the group. Each student’s grade for the seminar will be based on a combination of the quality of the
                                    student’s preparation for, and participation in, class (30%) and the quality of the student’s research (70%). The basic
Ryan                Sem: Tax Policy taxation course is a pre-requisite for this seminar.                                                                                                    Taxation

                                       This seminar will explore different theories and modes of Constitutional Interpretation. It will examine the arguments for
                                       and against various approaches to interpreting the Constitution—textualism, originalism, structural reasoning, value
                                       based interpretation, ongoing history, and constitutional stare decisis or common law interpretation. The seminar will
                                       consider the work of leading judicial and academic proponents and critics of the various approaches and will examine the
                                       way in which different theories influence leading constitutional decisions. The seminar will examine normative as well as
                                       descriptive theories and consider how one might arrive at a theory of constitutional interpretation. Finally, the seminar
                                       will consider who should interpret the Constitution—whether the judiciary is the exclusive or ultimate interpreter of the
                                       Constitution or whether other branches have a significant or even equal role. The seminar will draw upon the
                                       humanities, including philosophy, history, political science, and perhaps literature to pursue its lines of inquiry. Students
                    Sem: Theories of will be expected to attend seminar meetings, to participate constructively in discussions, to prepare a first and final draft
                    Constitutional     of a seminar paper representing their research and analysis regarding some topic germane to the seminar, and to make
Hall                Interpretation (H) a presentation to the class based on their paper.

                                   This seminar will use the public service of Thomas F. Eagleton as a way to study governmental institutions and issues of
                                   interest to him. Eagleton's public career included service in local (Circuit Attorney of St. Louis), state (Attorney General
                                   and Lieutenant Governor) and national (United States Senator 1968-1987) government as well as a public citizen. The
                                   seminar will consider some of the major legal issues with which he dealt in the Senate such as the major environmental
                                   legislation in the early 1970s, presidential and congressional war powers, the use of the spending power to control
                                   presidential behavior, the inspector general system, laws relating to campaigns, confirmation of judges, among other
                    Sem: Thomas F. areas. The seminar will draw from perspectives of history, political science, and philosophy in considerfing these legal
                    Eagleton and   issues. It is anticipated that some of Senator Eagleton's associates will participate in some sessions. Students will write
Goldstein           Public Law (H) a paper dealing with some public law issue of interest to Senator Eagleton to be approved by the instructor.                 paper                       Constitutional Law I
                                   This seminar will focus on the fundamental principles of trademark protection including acquisition, registration,
                                   infringement and remedies. Students will be expected to participate in the discussion of assigned reading and prepare a
O'Neill             Sem: Trademark paper concerning a topic selected by the student.                                                                            paper
                                       This course will cover general white collar crime, including consumer fraud, health care fraud, tax fraud, securities fraud,
                                       election fraud and official corruption. It will accentuate the practical as well as the legal aspects and methods of
                    Sem: White         prosecuting and defending white collar crime. It will be the instructor’s aim to make the course as practical as possible,
Goldsmith           Collar Crime       concentrating on actual situations and trials encountered in his practice.                                                      paper
                                       Exercise of state and local government powers in a federal system; sources of and limitations on these powers; impact
                                       of federal domestic policy shifts from grants to program devolution on local government power and integrity; resolution of
                    State and Local    intergovernmental conflicts; alternative solutions to metropolitan problems; contemporary problems of dissolution,
Rost                Government         annexation, fiscal operation, governmental liability, personnel matters and citizen participation.
                                       This course reviews issues in the practice of state and local taxation, with a primary focus on the federal constitutional
                                       and statutory restrictions on state and local governments’ rights to tax citizens, their property and their transactions. The
                                       course will also provide an overview of the various methods of taxation that state and local governments employ to raise
                                       general revenues, including property, sales/use, gross receipts, corporate franchise and net income taxes. The students
                                       will be required to participate in at least one professional skills project that will entail each student drafting a paper that
                    State & Local      compares and contrasts at least five states’ treatment of a particular taxing issue. Although there will be no final exam, Written assignments:
Lohman              Tax                the students will be subject to random quizzes throughout the course. The course is one of the electives that satisfies         exercises; quizzes

                                       Transactional Drafting is for students who wish to develop their transactional drafting skills. It will introduce students to
                                       concepts and practical skills necessary for an effective transactional law practice. This course will help students to both
                                       understand the basic components of an effective written agreement and draft precise, plain English documents. The
                                       focus of this course is on a variety of concepts and skills, including (i) using effective written communication; (ii)
                                       understanding and strategically revising common boilerplate contract provisions; (iii) using defined terms appropriately
                                       and effectively; (iv) understanding the basic types of written documents transactional attorneys use to help their clients
                                       conduct business; and (v) drafting, revising, and reviewing documents. Through both in-class and out-of-class work,
                                       students will understand and practice drafting components of a variety of agreements attorneys are likely to encounter
                    Transactional      during their first few years of practice (such as, for example, nondisclosure agreements, owner agreements, worker
Malkus              Drafting           agreements, assignments, leases, and license agreements)
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Name                Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                      Evaluation               Pre-reqs
                                        This course will cover the preparation and presentation of simulated jury trial from jury selection to final judgment. The
                                        work in the course is divided into three parts. A two-hour weekly class meeting (or depending on the semester, two all
                                        day Saturday Boot Camps), a two-hour small group meeting and the complete final trial of a simulated case. The class
                                        meetings/Boot Camps consist primarily of lectures, discussions, and demonstrations. In the small group meetings,
                                        students perform exercise in trial skills. The full trials are held in the Civil Court Building down town before juries of first
                    Trial Ad I (PS)     year SLU Law students. Dress requirements exist in all federal and state courts, and therefore apply in our trial advocacy
                    (Large and Small class as well. We play the way we practice, therefore students are required to wear appropriate courtroom attire for all            written assignments;
Stewart             group)              class sessions and the final trial. LAW 810 Evidence is a prerequisite.                                                          exercises              LAW 810 (Evidence)
                    Trial Ad II (Civil- Focus is on preparation for a civil trial, and course will build on the knowledge and skills acquired in Trial Advocacy.
Menees/Wehmer       Family Law)         Course enrollment is limited to 12 students.                                                                                                            Trial Ad I LAW894
                    Trial Ad II (Civil- Focus is on preparation for a civil trial, and course will build on the knowledge and skills acquired in Trial Advocacy.
Wallace/Stewart     Personal Injury) Course enrollment is limited to 12 students.                                                                                                               Trial Ad I LAW894
                    Trial Ad II         Focus is on preparation for a criminal trial, and course will build on the knowledge and skills acquired in Trial Advocacy.
Freter/Bruns        (Criminal)          Course enrollment is limited to 12 students                                                                                                             Trial Ad I LAW894

                                     Intestate succession; family protection and restrictions on freedom of testation; execution of wills; problems of
                                     incorporation by reference and extrinsic evidence; revocation and revival of wills; problems of construction in the
                                     distribution of estates; contracts to make wills; will substitutes; the nature, use and varieties of trusts; elements of a trust;
                                     creation of trusts; the nature of a trust beneficiary's interest; modification and termination of trusts; charitable trusts;
Fogel               Trusts & Estates fiduciary administration; probate and contest of wills; rights and duties of estate and trust fiduciaries.                        Exam
                                       This course will meet 2 hours per week for 7 weeks. The exam will be held in the Courtroom. The object of this course is
                                       to provide a working understanding of the Workers' Compensation Act of Missouri. The course will cover the complete
                                       process of a Workers' Compensation case from Report of Injury to settlement or final award. It will also cover the
                                       appellate process of a case on appeal. Guest speakers (lawyers and judges) will present different aspects of a Workers'
                    Workers            Compensation case. The course will also include a visit to the Workers' Compensation court to witness Mediations and
Rabbitt             Compensation       Hearings.                                                                                                                Exam

								
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