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5.26.10    MONDAY                                 TUESDAY                                         WEDNESDAY                                     THURSDAY                                   FRIDAY                  SATURDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                  Time &
Room       Course             Prof       LAW      Course               Prof        LAW      Rm    Course             Prof              LAW      Course                Prof        LAW      Course       Room       Course        Prof           LAW       TIME
                                         2-350                                     2-350    2-350                                                                                 2-350                 2-350
2-350 PM 2-350 PM             2-350 PM   PM       2-350 PM             2-350 PM    PM       PM    2-350 PM           2-350 PM          2-350 PM 2-350 PM              2-350 PM    PM       2-350 PM     PM
         Client Couseling (3-
302 (65) 450)                 Meyers     891-30                                             302                                                                                                         302 (65)                                          830am-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ROOM       Trial                                  530pm on
02(118)    Property (2-450)   Porter     760-30   Property             Porter      760-30         Property (2-450)   Porter            760-30                                                           307        Advocacy      Stewart                  5/22 and
                                                                                                  Trial Ad Small
CR (102)                                                                                    307   Group (1-350)      Sanner            894-3B

                                         4-550                                     4-550                                                                                          4-550
4-550 PM 4-550 PM             4-550 PM   PM       4-550 PM             4-550 PM    PM       4-6   4-550 PM           4-550 PM          4-550 PM 4-550 PM              4-550 PM    PM       4-550 PM                9-1200        9-1200         9-1200 9-1200

02 (118)   Property (2-450)   Porter     760-30                                             02    Property (2-450)   Porter            760-30                                              NO REGULAR   02 (118)
03 (118)                                                                                    03                                                                                             FRIDAY       03 (118)
04 (118)                                                                                    04                                                                                             CLASSES      04 (118)
117 (16)                                                                                    117                                                                                                         117 (16)
263 (24)                                                                                    263                                                                                                         263 (24)
264 (16)                                                                                    264                                                                                                         264 (16)
          Client Couseling (3-
302 (65) 450)                  Meyers    891-30                                             302                                                                                                         302 (65)
                                                                                                                                                                                                        303
303 (180)                                                                                   303                                                                                                         (180)
                                                                                                                                                Civil and Political
                                                  Civil and Political                                                                           Rights of
304 (46)                                          Rights of Immigrants Middleton   824-30   304                                                 Immigrants            Middleton   824-30                304 (46)

                                                  Civ Practice small                                                                            Civ Practice small
305 (24)                                          group C              Reeves      890-3C   305                                                 group C            Reeves         890-3C                305 (24)



           Trusts and Estates                     Lawyering Practice   Harrison/                  Trusts and Estates                            Lawyering Practice Harrison/
306 (60)   (5-750)            Moore      774-30   (Externship class)   McGraugh    985-30   306   (5-750)            Moore             774-30   (Externship class) McGraugh       985-30                306 (60)

                                                  Civil Ad Clinic Class                                                                         Civil Ad Clinic
307 (56)                                          (PS)                  Roediger   981-30   307                                                 Class (PS)            Roediger    981-30                307 (56)


JR (30)                                                                                     JR                                                  Judicial Externship Hacking       988-01                JR (30)

                                                                                                  Trial Ad small                                                                                        CR
CR (102)                                                                                    CR    group (5-750)      Menees                                                                             (102)
                                                  Criminal Defense                                                                              Criminal Defense
271/                                              Advocacy Class                                                                                Advocacy Class                                          CR
Clinic                                            (clinic Classroom)   McGraugh    984-     CR                                                  (clinic Classroom)    McGraugh    984-                  (102)
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5.26.10     MONDAY                                 TUESDAY                                           WEDNESDAY                                      THURSDAY                                  FRIDAY                 SATURDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                    Time &
Room        Course            Prof        LAW      Course                 Prof        LAW      Rm    Course            Prof                LAW      Course             Prof         LAW       Course      Room       Course      Prof           LAW       TIME
6:00-7:50                                 6-750                                       6-750                                                                                         6-750                 6-750
PM        6-750 PM            6-750 PM    PM       6-750 PM               6-750 PM    PM       6-8   6-750 PM          6-750 PM            6-750 PM 6-750 PM           6-750 PM     PM        6-750 PM    PM

02 (118)                                                                                       02                                                                                                         02 (118)

03 (118)                                                                                       03                                                                                                         03 (118)
04 (118)                                                                                       04                                                                                                         04 (118)
117 (16)                                           Civil Practice Small   Rushing     890-3A   117                                                  Civil Practice Small Rushing    890-3A                117 (16)
263 (24)                                                                                       263                                                                                                        263 (24)
264 (16)                                                                                       264                                                                                                        264 (16)
302 (65) Family Law           Rollins     745-30                                               302                                                                                                        302 (65)
                                                                                                                                                                                                          303
303 (180)                                                                                      303                                                                                                        (180)
          Law and Social                           Missouri Civil         Kutnik-                    Law and Social                                 Missouri Civil
304 (46) Change               Hall        806-30   Procedure              Bauder      712-30   304   Change            Hall                806-30   Procedure          Kutnik Bauder 712-30               304 (46)


305 (24)                                                                                       305                                                                                                        305 (24)
            Trusts and Estates                                                                       Trusts and Estates
306 (60)    (5-750)            Moore      774-30   Tax                    Drennan     790-30   306   (5-750)            Moore              774-30   Tax                Drennan      790-30                306 (60)
                                                   Employment                                                                                       Employment
307 (56)    Admin Law         Williams    828-30   Relations              Feldacker   781-30   307   Admin Law         Williams            828-30   Relations          Feldacker    781-30                307 (56)

JR (30)                                                                                        JR                                                                                                         JR (30)
                                                   Trial Ad small group                              Trial Ad small                                                                                       CR
CR (102)                                           (6-850)              Stewart       894-3C   CR    group (5-750)     Menees              894-3A   Trial Ad II        Kessler                            (102)
8-9:50
PM       8:00-10:00 PM        8-9:50 PM   8-9:50   8-9:50 PM              8-9:50 PM   8-9:50         8-9:50 PM         8-9:50 PM           8-950    8-9:50 PM          8-9:50 PM    8-950     8-9:50 PM   8-9:50

02 (118)                                                                                       02    make-up hours                                                                                        02 (118)
03 (118)                                                                                       03                                                                                                         03 (118)


04 (118)                                           Trusts and Estates     Moore       774-30   04                                                                                                         04 (118)
117 (16)                                                                                       117                                                                                                        117 (16)
263 (24)                                                                                       263                                                                                                        263 (24)
264 (16)                                                                                       264                                                                                                        264 (16)
302 (65)                                           Family Law             Rollins     745-30   302                                                  Family Law         Rollins      745-30                302 (65)
303 (180)                                                                                      303                                                                                                        303
304 (46)                                                                                       304                                                                                                        304 (46)
305 (24)                                                                                       305                                                                                                        305 (24)


306 (60)    Tax               Drennan     790-30   Trusts and Estates Moore           774-30   306                                                                                                        306 (60)
                                                   Civil Practice (Large
307 (56)                                           Group)                Ammann       890-30   307                                                  Admin Law          Williams     828-30                307 (56)
JR (30)                                                                                        JR                                                                                                         JR (30)
                                                   Trial Ad small group                                                                                                                                   CR
CR (102)                                           (6-850)              Stewart       894-3C   CR                                                                                                         (102)
Professor First   Professor Last                                                                                                                              Prof.
Name              Name             course                   time                      Room         course    Cr                    CRN    Bar course   Hum.   Skills   Int'l   Health   Employ   Concentrations
                                   Civil Practice, Lg Grp
John              Ammann           (PS)                     T 8-950                   307          890L-30   3                     3785                       PS                                 CivC



William           Drennan          Tax                      M 8-950, TR 6-750         306          790-30    3                     3150   yes

Bruce             Feldacker        Employment Relations     TR 6-750                  307          781-30    2                     2692                                                 EC

Amany             Hacking          Judicial Clerkship       Varies-field placement    na           998-02    three to four         3781


                                                            Saturday, May 22 9am-                            1 (3-4 from
                                                            4pm, R 4-550 on June 3,                          Judicial
Amany             Hacking          Judicial Ethics          June 17th, July 8th     JR             988-02    Externship)           3780                       PS


Matthew           Hall             Law and Social Change MW 6-750                     304          806-30    2 (2 from
                                                                                                             3-4                3837      no           H
                                                                                                             companion course-
Patricia          Harrison         Externship Clinic        Varies-field placement
                                                            Students must be          NA           995-01    Lawyering
                                                                                                             2 (3-4 from        3778                          PS
                  Harrison                                  available Saturday, May                          companion
Patricia /Sue     /McGraugh        Lawyering Practice       22; T/R 4-5:50            306          985-30    externship course) 3779                          PS                                 UD, CivC
Brad              Kessler          Trial Ad II              M 8-950 & R 6-750         CR           895-31    2                  3770                          PS                                 CrimD, CivC


Jaqueline         Kutnik-Bauder    Mo Civil Procedure       TR 6-750                  304          712-30    2                     3146   MO Bar              PS
                                                                                      clinic
                                   Criminal Defense                                   conference
Susan             McGraugh         Advocacay Class          May 22 9-4,T/R 4-5:50     room         984-02    2 (3-4 from clinic)   3777                       PS                                 CrimD

                                                                                                             3-4 (2 from
                                                                                                             companion
Susan             McGraugh         Criminal Defense Clinic varies                     clinic       994-02    course)               3776                       PS                                 CrimD

                                                                                                             3 (large group and
                                                                                                             small group
Hardy             Menees           Trial Ad Small group     W 5-750pm                 CR           894-3A    combined)          3772                          PS                                 CivC


Amy               Meyers           Client Counseling        M 3-450pm                 302          891-30    1                     2693                       PS


                                   Civil and Political Rights
Richard           Middleton        of Immigrants              TR 4-550                304          824-30    2                     3838   no                           IC

                                                            M 5-750, T 8-950, W 5-
Kelly             Moore            Trusts and Estates       750                       306          774-30    4                     3775   yes

                                                            M 2-450, T 2-350, W 2-
Traci             Porter           Property                 450                       02           760-30    4                     3143   yes


                                   Civil Practice, Sm Grp
Jim               Reeves           C                        TR 4-550                  305          890-3C                          3176

                                                                                                             2 (3-4 for
                                   Civil Adv Class for                                                       companion clinic
Brendan           Roediger         Clinic I (PS)            T/R 4-550                 307          981-02    991)                  3782                       PS                                 CivC,UD
                                                                                                             3-4 (2 for class
Brendan           Roediger         Clinic I (PS)            varies-clinic             clinic       991-02    981)                  3783


                                                            M 6-750pm & TR 8-
Christine         Rollins          Family Law               950pm                     302          745-30    3                     3148   yes
Professor First   Professor Last                                                                                                                  Prof.
Name              Name             course                   time                   Room   course    Cr                CRN     Bar course   Hum.   Skills   Int'l   Health   Employ   Concentrations


                                   Civil Practice, Sm Grp
David             Rushing          A                        TR 6-750               117    890-3A                       2696
                                                                                                    3 (large group and
                                                                                                    small group
Karen             Sanner           Trial Ad Small group     W 1-350pm              CR     894-3B    combined)          3773                       PS                                 CivC

                                                            Saturday, May 22 & June                 3 (large group and
                                                            12, 8:30am to 5:30pm;                   small group
Thomas            Stewart          Trial Ad Large Group     final trial July 10th   307   894L-30   combined)          3771                       PS                                 CivC
                                                                                                    3 (large group and
                                                                                                    small group
Thomas            Stewart          Trial Ad Small group     T 6-850pm              CR     894-3C    combined)          3774                       PS                                 CivC
                                   Civil Practice, Sm Grp
TBA               TBA              B                        MW 6-750               305    890-3D                      3149


Douglas           Williams         Administrative Law       MW 6-750 R 8-950       307    828-30    3                 3147    yes                                                    UD
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course                    Description                                                                                                                       Pre-requisites/co-reqs



                          This course looks at constitutional problems raised by the cre-ation of adminis-trative agencies; policy‑making and
                          investigations by such agencies; administra-tive jurisdiction; hearings; deci-sions and enforce-ment of decisions; role of
Administrative Law        the courts in reviewing administrative actions will be the focus of this course.

                                                                                                                                                     LAW-800 (Civil Procedure I); LAW-
                                                                                                                                                     801 (Civil Procedure II);
                          Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in Civil Advocacy Clinic I (LAW 991). The course addresses       LAW-705 (Legal Profession); varies
                          common issues lawyers face in a variety of civil cases including practical and strategic considerations as well as ethical by assignment (see description);
Civil Adv Class for       dilemmas. The focus is on Missouri and Illinois law relating directly to the Civil Advocacy Clinic work. Students receive LAW 890-03 (Civil Practice) is pre or
Clinic I (PS)             a letter grade in this course based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests. co-req



                          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; and 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. Participation requires completion of Legal Profession. Depending on caseload preference, students
                          may be required to have completed Real Estate Transactions, Business Associations, and/or Trusts and Estates.                     LAW-800 (Civil Procedure I); LAW-
                          Opportunities for students interested in Administrative law practice include representing clients in administrative cases         801 (Civil Procedure II);
                          including immigration, unemployment compensation, welfare, food stamps, Medicaid, Medicare, and Special Education                 LAW-705 (Legal Profession); varies
                          for disabled children. Participation requires completion of Civil Procedure I and II, Legal Profession, Evidence, and             by assignment (see description);
Civil Advocacy Clinic I   Administrative Law. Depending on caseload preference, students may be required to have completed Immigration Law                  LAW 890-03 (Civil Practice) is pre or
(PS)                      or Environmental Law.                                                                                                             co-req
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course                   Description                                                                                                                   Pre-requisites/co-reqs




                           The influx of non-citizens in various communities across the United States has triggered a response by state
                           and local governments towards promulgating laws and policies that affect the ability of non-citizens to
                           integrate themselves into the social and economic fabric of society. Rudimentary and mundane, yet salient
                           facets of life, such as employment, housing, public benefits, and personal security are typically taken for
                           granted by U.S. citizens. However, the federal government vigorously regulates the provisioning of such
                           basic necessities to non-citizens - with state and local governments increasingly doing so as well. Given the
                           nature of federalism in the United States, the lines of power in the domain of immigration are sometimes
                           muddied. However, there are areas in the scope of federal power to which the Supreme Court of the United
                           States has given review and decisively made clear. Therefore, a number of important questions arise.
                           Among those that we will explore in this course include the following: What rights do non-citizens have under
                           the U.S. Constitution? Who has the power to regulate immigration? What about laws that affect
                           immigrants, and thusly have an indirect impact on immigration? What happens when state and local
                           governments pass laws that encroach upon federal power to regulate immigration directly; indirectly? To
Civil and Political Rights explore these questions, we will look at case law, statutory law, and federal regulations relating to
of Immigrants              employment, public benefits, wages, and housing.                                                              Con Law I




                         Civil Practice focuses on practical, theoreti-cal, and ethical issues in pre‑trial civil litiga-tion practice through lecture and
                         discus-sion and emphasizes the develop-ment of practice skills through simulation exercises in client interviewing, fact
                         investigation, pleading, formal discovery (depositions, interroga-tories, etc.), pre‑trial motion practice, nego-tiation, and
Civil Practice, Lg Grp   jury instructions. Simulation exercises are conducted in small groups under the supervision of adjunct faculty. Civil             LAW 800 (Civil Procedure I); LAW
(PS) and Small Group     Practice is a co‑ or prerequisite for Civil Clinic.                                                                               801 (Civil Procedure II)




                         Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in the Criminal Defense Clinic (LAW-994). This
                         course covers the theoretical and practical issues in a criminal defense practice, including client
                         inter-viewing, bail and pre‑trial release, investiga-tions, motion practice, discovery, prelimi-nary
                         examinations, plea-bargaining, post‑ve-rdict proceedings and sentencing. The focus is on Missouri law
                         relating directly to work in the Criminal Defense Clinic. Students receive a letter grade in this course based                LAW-705 (Legal Profession) LAW-
Criminal Defense         on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests. Students register                        822 (Criminal Law); Law-823 (Crim
Advocacy Class           through the Clinic.                                                                                                           Pro I) and LAW-810 (Evidence)
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course                 Description                                                                                                                   Pre-requisites/co-reqs




                        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 the Office of the Public Defender for 12 hours weekly representing indigent
                        criminal defendants. Students conduct client and witness interviews, preliminary hearings, miscellaneous
                        pre-trial motions, juvenile trials and motions, misdemeanor trial, and occasionally assist a Public Defender in LAW-705 (Legal Profession) LAW-
                        the trial of felony cases. Students may also represent defendants before various municipal courts. Grades in 822 (Criminal Law); Law-823 (Crim
Criminal Defense Clinic this course are recorded on the student’s transcript as Pass/Fail. Students register through the Clinic.        Pro I) and LAW-810 (Evidence)



                       This course is a survey of the principal laws that regulate the employment relationship outside the context of a collective
                       bargaining agreement. The topics covered include the establishment of the employment relationship including
                       employee versus independent contractor status and the “employment-at-will” doctrine; the hiring process; the
                       employer’s right to establish terms and conditions of employment; wage and hour regulation; employee privacy in the
                       workplace (grooming and dress issues, freedom of expression, regulation of off-work activity); termination of the
                       employment relationship including restrictions on post-employment activity; and the role of alternative dispute resolution
                       processes in resolving employment law disputes. Emphasis is placed on the distinctions between the rights of
                       governmental versus private sector employees; the overlapping roles of statutes, personnel policy manuals, and
Employment Relations   individual employment contracts in regulating employment; and the erosion of the “at-will” employment doctrine.




                       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 additional prerequisites such as Administrative Law, Business Associations, Criminal Procedure I,
                       Employment Discrimination, Evidence, Family Law, Health Law, Taxation, or Trial Advocacy. Certain placements may        LAW-800 (Civil Procedure I); LAW-
                       satisfy the Health Law Certificate’s Practice Externship requirement. For each externship credit hour, a student must   801 (Civil Procedure II);
Externship Clinic      work 42 hours. Grades in this course are recorded on the student’s transcript as Pass/Fail.                             LAW-705 (Legal Profession)
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course                   Description                                                                                                                    Pre-requisites/co-reqs



                         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
Family Law               This course child support; child custody.
                         maintenance;is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education.              LAW-800 (Civil Procedure I);
                         Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in Judicial Process Externship (LAW-998). This                       LAW-801 (Civil Procedure II);
                         course addresses common issues lawyers face as judicial law clerks. Students will study the role of the                        LAW-705 (Legal Profession)
Judicial Ethics and      judicial clerk, procedural and jurisdictional issues, ethics, judicial decision-making, and legal writing for law              (Legal Profession may be a co-
Court Proceedings
                         This externship clinic is open to grade in this have completed performance on a series of written
                         clerks. Students receive a letterstudents who course based on at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal                   req)
                         education. Students enrolled in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Judicial Ethics and Court                          LAW-800 (Civil Procedure I);
                         Procedures course (LAW-988). Students are placed with judges in state and federal trial and appellate                          LAW-801 (Civil Procedure II);
                         courts where they work as part-time law clerks, performing extensive legal research; drafting a series of                      LAW-705 (Legal Profession)
                         legal memoranda relevant to cases under submission by the courts; and observing hearings, trials and other                     (Legal Profession may be a co-
Judicial Externship      court proceedings. Students must commit to working 9 hours a week for 14 weeks. Grades in this course                          req)
                      In most law classes, the analysis of a particular case ends with a judge or judges issuing a decision. In this course, our
                      analysis of the law will begin precisely where other classes end. Rather than study the factors that led to a particular
                      ruling and the specific content of a ruling, we will explore what happens after a ruling is issued. Do lower courts follow
                      the ruling? Do non-court, government actors implement the decision? Do those individuals directly affected by the
                      ruling actually receive benefits or pay costs? Does public opinion change as a result of the decision? Or, more
                      generally, does the court’s ruling initiate real change in our society? In this course, we will investigate the real-world
                      effects of court decisions by studying the legal and social-scientific literature on judicial implementation and impact. Our
                      questions will be both specific and general in scope: First, we will ask whether courts have caused real social change by
                      examining the effect of court rulings a variety of contexts, including desegregation, same-sex marriage, abortion, and
                      pay equity. Second, we will try to identify conditions under which courts can cause real social change (if ever) and,
                      Students enrolled in when advocates enroll concurrently in Externship litigation strategy.
Law and Social Change consequently, if and this course must of social change should pursue aClinic I (LAW 995) This course addresses               LAW-800 (Civil Procedure I); LAW-
                      common practice issues including practical and strategic considerations as well as ethical dilemmas. Students receive 801 (Civil Procedure II);
Lawyering Practice    a letter grade based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests. Students           LAW-705 (Legal Profession)




                         This course will cover key aspects of Missouri Civil Procedure including those aspects that differ from the rules and
                         practice in federal courts. Special attention will be paid to pleading, discovery, and judgments through a series of
Mo Civil Procedure       drafting and practice exercises.                                                                                               Civil Procedure I & II




                         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
Property                 control of land use, zoning, eminent domain; introduction to intellectual property.
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course                   Description                                                                                                               Pre-requisites/co-reqs

                         Federal income tax problems of individuals; gross income; exclusions; deductions; employee benefits; gains and
                         losses; taxable persons; rates and returns; practice and procedure. Introduction to a comprehensive statutory scheme,
Tax                      a methodology for approaching that scheme; tax planning, tax research, and business terminology and time value.




                         Focus is on preparation for a criminal trial, and course will build on the knowledge and skills acquired in Trial Advocacy.
Trial Ad II              Course enrollment is limited to 12 students.                                                                                LAW894-Trial Ad I




                         This course will cover the preparation and trial of a simulated case from the pleadings to verdict and judgment. The
                         work in the course is divided into three parts. A two‑hour weekly class meeting, a two‑hour small group meeting and the
                         complete trial of a simulated case. The class meetings consist primarily of lectures, discussions, and demonstrations. In
Trial Ad Large & Small   the small group meetings, students perform exercise in trial skills. The full trials are held in the courtroom and
Group                    conducted before judges and juries. Small group sections must be selected at time of registration.                        LAW810-Evidence
Abbreviation   Certificate/Concentration/Grad Req
PS             Professional Skills Requirement
H              Humanities Requirement
IC             International and Comparative Law Certificate
EC             Employment Law Certificate
HC             Health Law Certificate
BTC            Business Transactional Law
CivC           Civil Litigation Skills
CrimC          Criminal Litigation Skills
Tx             Taxation
UD             Urban Development, Land Use and Environmental Law

               3rd year priority
               2nd year priority
               1st year courses
               Seminars

				
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