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									                   Spring 2011 CLASS SCHEDULE
                                                         ADDENDUM
                                                                 April 1, 2011
                                                                   1:35 p.m.




                    Distinguished Visiting Practitioner in Global Justice
As of   Course #           Course Title/Instructor                      Time/Units             Day                 Rm
4/1     GARY HAUGEN (Human Rights and the Rule of Law in the Developing World): Gary Haugen, President and CEO of the
        International Justice Mission, will teach a 1-unit seminar on Human Rights and the Rule of Law in the Developing World. Mr.
        Haugen has extensive experience in the fields of human rights and rule of law. He served with the U.S. Department of Justice
        and the United Nations, during which time he investigated the Rwandan genocide. Mr. Haugen later founded the International
        Justice Mission, an international human rights agency that rescues victims of violence, sexual exploitation, slavery, and
        oppression worldwide. Mr. Haugen’s most recent work focuses on the enforcement of law as the new mandate for human rights.
        He wrote a recent article on the topic that was featured in International Affairs. Mr. Haugen’s seminar will make an in-depth
        exploration into the enforcement of human rights with a particularly emphasis on working with local government agencies and
        communities to provide effective access to justice.

                                                     Time/Day/Room Change
As of   Course #           Course Title/Instructor                      Time/Units             Day                 Rm
4/1     LAW 7001           HONORS MED. ADVOCACY &                       6:00pm-10pm            W                   SR4
                           MED. COMPETITION
                           RAINEY                                       UNITS: 2

4/1     LAW 33001          INVESTOR ADV CLINIC                          4:00pm-6:00pm          W                   SR2
                           UHL                                          UNITS: TBA

                                        Footnote Added/Room Changes
As of   Course #           Course Title/Instructor                      Time/Units             Day                 Rm
4/1     LAW 60009          HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE                         9:00am-2:00pm          Saturday (April 16th) A
                           RULE OF LAW IN THE                           8:00am-9:00am          MTWTH(April 18th -21st)
                           DEVELOPING WORLD                             4:00pm-8:00pm          Friday(April 22nd)
                           HAUGEN/GOODNO
                           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24                         UNITS: 1
                           Special Format: This class will meet Saturday, April 16th through Friday, April 22nd.
                           Footnote added: Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.




                                                      Time/Room Change
As of   Course #           Course Title/Instructor                      Time/Units             Day                 Rm
4/1     LAW 37001          PALMER CAPSTONE                              9:00am-2:00pm          SAT-April 16, 2011 G
                           BISHOP                                       UNITS: 1




                                                         Room Change
As of   Course #           Course Title/Instructor                      Time/Units             Day                 Rm
4/1     LAW 18202          LEGAL RESEARCH II
                           MCGOLDRICK                                   UNITS: 2
                           Subsection 2-1 (Section A only)              9:10am-10:10am         TH                  A

4/1     LAW 61302          CONTRACTS II                                 10:20am-11:20am MWF                        E
                           BOLIEK

4/1     LAW 36601          GOVT. LAW SEM.                               4:00pm-5:00pm          W                   C
                           SERAFINO                                     UNITS: 1




                                                                       1
4/1    LAW 228201   SELECTED ISSUES IN D.R.:             4:00pm-6:00pm     M                  F
                    FAITH-BASED DIPLOMACY                UNITS: 2
                    & INT’L PEACEMAKING
                    COX

4/1    LAW 142204   MEDIATION THEORY                     6:00pm-9:30pm     THF                SR1
                    AND PRACTICE                         8:30am-4:30pm     S                  A (Feb 12th only)
                    BELL                                 UNITS: 2

4/1    LAW 142201   MEDIATION THEORY                     4:00pm-6:00pm     M                  A
                    AND PRACTICE                         UNITS: 2
                    REISBERG


4/1    LAW 186301   MEDIA AND THE LAW                    11:00am-12:30pm T                    TCR
                    COSSACK                              UNITS: 3        TH                   CR

4/1    LAW 213301   INT’L INVESTMENT DISPUTES            4:00pm-6:00pm     W                  F
                    COE                                  UNITS: 2
                    ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24

4/1    LAW 26201    INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW             6:00pm-9:00pm     TH                 SR2
                    BEARD                                UNITS: 3


4/1    LAW 116201   ENVIRONMENTAL LAW                    6:00pm-9:00pm     T                  SR2
                    ALLEN                                UNITS: 3

2/25   LAW 73301    CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE* 8:00am-9:00am                TTH                C
                    JAMES                     UNITS: 2

2/25   LAW 200001   BAR EXAM WORKSHOP                    6:00pm-8:00pm     W                  D
                    WYSS                                 UNITS: 1

2/25   LAW 60008    BIBLE AND THE LAW                    3:15pm-4:15pm     Jan 13             SR3
                    SEMINAR                              3:15pm-5:15pm     Jan 27 & Feb 3     SR3
                    COCHRAN                              9 of 12 hours     Feb 11-12          SR1
                                                         UNITS: 1

2/25   LAW 281201   CALIFORNIA FAMILY LAW                4:00pm-6:00pm     M                  SR3
                    PRACTICE                             UNITS: 2
                    PETERSIL

2/25   LAW 131201   LAND USE PLANNING                    4:00pm-5:30pm     MW                 SR4
                    SAXER                                UNITS: 3


1/7    LAW 26201    INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW             6:00pm-9:00pm     TH                 SR3
                    BEARD                                UNITS: 3

1/7    LAW 228201   SELECTED ISSUES IN D.R.:             4:00pm-6:00pm     M                  SR4
                    FAITH-BASED DIPLOMACY                UNITS: 2
                    & INT’L PEACEMAKING
                    COX

1/5    LAW 66303    TORTS II                             10:20am-11:20am MWF                  CR
                    COCHRAN                              UNITS: 3

1/5    LAW 62201    CRIMINAL LAW                          1:40pm-3:10pm     MW*               CR
                    CALDWELL                              UNITS: 3
                    *On Mondays, this class will end at 3:25pm to provide for administrative updates.

1/5    LAW 174301   COMPLEX LITIGATION                   6:00pm-8:00pm     M                  G
                    LEE                                  UNITS: 2

1/5    LAW 72302    REMEDIES                             9:10am-10:10am    MTW                SR1
                    SCARBERRY                            UNITS: 3


                                                        2
1/5     LAW 262201   FAITH, MORALITY AND                  1:40pm-2:40pm      TTH                F
                     LEGAL PRACTICE                       UNITS: 2
                     COCHRAN

1/5     LAW 73302    CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE             9:10am-10:10am     WF                 F
                     MCDONALD                             UNITS: 2

12/10   LAW 18202    LEGAL RESEARCH II
                     MCGOLDRICK                           UNITS: 2
                     Subsection 2-1 (Section A only)      9:10am-10:10am TH                    SR2
                     Subsection 2-3 (Section C only)      10:20am-11:20am TH                   SR2

12/8    LAW 189301   COMMERCIAL LAW-SALES                 9:10am-10:40am     TTH                SR4
                     BRAIN                                UNITS: 3

12/8    LAW 276201   CALIFORNIA CIVIL                     10:20am-11:20am TTH                   F
                     PROCEDURE                            UNITS: 2
                     SCHULTZ

12/8    LAW 226201   MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS               11:00am-12:30pm TTH                   A
                     ANDERSON                             UNITS: 3

11/17   LAW 81401    FED INCOME TAXATION                  11:00am-12:30pm TTH                   D
                     CARON                                UNITS: 3

11/17   LAW 72301    REMEDIES                             11:30am-12:30pm MWF                   D
                     OGDEN                                UNITS: 3

11/17   LAW 90401    EVIDENCE                             9:10am-10:40am     TTH                E
                     GOODMAN                              UNITS: 3

11/17   LAW 71302    PROPERTY II                          11:30am-12:30pm TWTH                  E
                     NELSON                               UNITS: 3

11/4    LAW 152301   BUSINESS PLANNING                    8:40am-10:10am     MW                 B
                     HALVORSON                            UNITS: 3

11/4    LAW 276201   CALIFORNIA CIVIL                     10:20am-11:20am TTH                   A
                     PROCEDURE                            UNITS: 2
                     SCHULTZ

11/4    LAW 173301   CIVIL RIGHTS                         10:20am-11:50am TTH                   SR1
                     JAMES                                UNITS: 3

11/4    LAW 174301   COMPLEX LITIGATION                   6:00pm-8:00pm      M                  D
                     LEE                                  UNITS: 2

11/4    LAW 278201   LICENSING                            5:00pm-7:00pm      M                  CR
                     GUMER                                UNITS: 2



                     Upper-Division Writing Requirement Added
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor              Time/Units         Day                Rm
2/25    LAW 249201   LAW AND BIOTECHNOLOGY                4:00pm-6:00pm       TH                 B
                     SAVIT                                UNITS: 2
                     This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.


                                               Course Name Correction
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor              Time/Units         Day                Rm


2/22    LAW 60004    FREE SPEECH                          2:50pm-3:50pm      MWF                SR4
                     AND ASSOCIATION                      UNITS: 3
                     MCGOLDRICK




                                                         3
                                                  Course Number Correction
As of   Course #            Course Title/Instructor                  Time/Units          Day                  Rm
2/22    LAW 186301          MEDIA AND THE LAW                        11:00am-12:30pm TTH                      TCR
                            COSSACK                                  UNITS: 3




                             Distinguished Visiting Professorial Lecturer
As of   Course #            Course Title/Instructor                  Time/Units          Day                  Rm
1/7     JACK BEARD (International Public Law): Jack Beard is a Professorial Lecturer at the UCLA School of Law where he has
        taught since 2005 and where the graduating class of 2008 elected him Professor of the Year. Professor Beard received his
        B.S.F.S, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University, his J.D. magna cum laude, from the University of Michigan, and his
        LL.M. in International and Comparative Law, from Georgetown Law. From 1990 to 2004, he served as Associate Deputy
        General Counsel (International Affairs), Office of the Secretary of Defense, and was responsible for legal matters related to
        international defense cooperation, status of forces issues, nuclear nonproliferation activities, and programs assisting states in
        the dismantlement of weapons of mass destruction. He served as the senior legal adviser on U.S. Government delegations
        negotiating numerous international agreements with states in the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. Prior to joining
        the Office of General Counsel in 1990, he held several positions in government and was also previously engaged in private
        law practice in Washington, D.C. As an adjunct professor, he received awards for his teaching at both Georgetown Law and
        the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Professor Beard has written articles on international law and the
        use of force, the law of war, terrorism, and international efforts to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.




                                                      Final Exam Change
As of   Course #            Course Title/Instructor                  Time/Units          Day                  Rm        Exam Day   Exam Time
1/5     LAW 130101          LAW OFFICE MANAGEMENT                    6:00pm-8:00pm       TH                   C         5/6        8:30am
                            SELBAK                                   UNITS: 2

11/24   LAW 92201           TRADEMARKS, UNFAIR                       6:00pm-8:00pm       TH                   A         5/6        8:30am
                            COMPETITION AND UNFAIR                   UNITS: 2
                            TRADE PRACTICES
                            PHILPOTT

11/5    LAW 174301          COMPLEX LITIGATION                       6:00pm-8:00pm       M                    D         5/10       1:00pm
                            LEE                                      UNITS: 2

11/5    LAW 179201          EMPLOYMENT DISCRIM LAW                   3:30pm-5:30pm       T                    SR4       5/12       8:30am
                            PANICCIA                                 UNITS: 2

10/28   LAW 60007           SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP                  4:00pm-6:00pm       T                              NONE
                            MILBRANDT                                UNITS: 2




                                                      Professor Change
As of   Course #            Course Title/Instructor                  Time/Units          Day                  Rm
1/5     LAW 200001          BAR EXAM WORKSHOP                        6:00pm-8:00pm       W                    G
                            WYSS                                     UNITS: 1

9/22    LAW 1001            HONORS APP. ADVOCACY                     5:00pm-7:00pm       T
                            SCHENCK                                  UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 142201          MEDIATION THEORY                         4:00pm-6:00pm       M
                            AND PRACTICE                             UNITS: 2
                            REISBERG

9/22    LAW 112201          COMMUNICATION &                          4:00pm-6:00pm       T
                            CONFLICT                                 UNITS: 2
                            BAUGUS

9/22    LAW 171201          INTER., COUNS. & PLANNING                6:00pm-8:00pm       T
                            PAUL                                     UNITS: 2


                                                                    4
9/22    LAW 171202   INTER., COUNS. &                       6:00pm-9:30pm       THF
                     PLANNING                               8:30am-4:30pm       S
                     GREER                                  UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 142203   MEDIATION THEORY                       6:00pm-9:30pm       THF
                     AND PRACTICE                           8:30am-4:30pm       S
                     CRAVEN                                 UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 142204   MEDIATION THEORY                       6:00pm-9:30pm       THF
                     AND PRACTICE                           8:30am-4:30pm       S
                     BELL                                   UNITS: 2




                                                 Day/Room Change
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                Time/Units          Day                 Rm
12/8    LAW 60003    COMMUNITY OUTREACH                     1:40pm-3:40pm       W                   SR2
                     YOUTH MENTORING IN LAW                 UNITS: 2
                     GOODMAN



                                               Course Start Time Change
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                Time/Units          Day                 Rm
12/2    LAW 31601    JUDICIAL SEMINAR                 5:00pm-7:00pm             W
                     KAMINS                           UNITS: 1
                     Alternate Weeks- Commencing on January 19, 2011.

11/4    LAW 31601    JUDICIAL SEMINAR                 5:00pm-7:00pm             W
                     KAMINS                           UNITS: 1
                     Alternate Weeks- Commencing on TBA.

10/28   LAW 31601    JUDICIAL SEMINAR                 5:00pm-7:00pm             W
                     KAMINS                           UNITS: 1
                     Alternate Weeks- Commencing on January 26, 2011.



                                                  Course Cancelled
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                Time/Units          Day                 Rm
11/24   LAW 205201   ELECTION LAW                           11:30am-12:30pm MWF                     SR4
                     CIHAK                                  UNITS: 3

11/24   LAW 253301   RELIGION AND THE                       1:40pm-2:40pm       MWF                 SR3
                     CONSTITUTION                           UNITS: 3
                     SCARBERRY

10/22   LAW 149202   NEGOTIATION THEORY                     6:00pm-9:00pm       THF
                     AND PRACTICE                           8:30am-4:30pm       S
                     LOWRY                                  UNITS: 2



                                                    Course Added
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                Time/Units          Day                 Rm
11/24   LAW 72302    REMEDIES                               9:10am-10:10am      MTW                 F
                     SCARBERRY                              UNITS: 3

11/17   LAW 60009    HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE                    9:00am-2:00pm        Saturday (April 16th)
                     RULE OF LAW IN THE                      8:00am-9:00am        MTWTH(April 18th -21st)
                     DEVELOPING WORLD                        4:00pm-8:00pm        Friday(April 22nd)
                     HAUGEN                                  UNITS: 1
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                     Special Format: This class will meet Saturday, April 16th through Friday, April 22nd.

10/13   LAW 26201    INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW               6:00pm-9:00pm       TH
                     BEARD                                  UNITS: 3

                                                            5
9/22    LAW 189301   COMMERCIAL LAW-SALES                      9:10am-10:40am   TTH
                     BRAIN                                     UNITS: 3

9/22    LAW 179201   EMPLOYMENT DISCRIM LAW                    3:30pm-5:30pm    T
                     PANICCIA                                  UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 101201   INTERNATIONAL TAX                         2:50pm-3:50pm    MWF
                     MCCARDEN

9/22    LAW 120001   LAW AND THE VISUAL ARTS                   10:20am-12:20pm TH
                     ROOSA                                     UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 183201   PATENT LAW                                5:00pm-8:00pm    TH
                     BROOKS                                    UNITS: 3

9/22    LAW 60007    SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP                   4:00pm-6:00pm    T
                     MILBRANDT                                 UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 232301   FEDERAL TAXATION OF                       10:20am-11:20am MWF
                     BUSINESS ENTITIES                         UNITS: 3
                     MCCARDEN

9/22    LAW 92201    TRADEMARKS, UNFAIR                        6:00pm-8:00pm    TH
                     COMPETITION AND UNFAIR                    UNITS: 2
                     TRADE PRACTICES
                     PHILPOTT

9/22    LAW 112202   COMMUNICATION &                           1:40pm-3:40pm    W
                     CONFLICT                                  UNITS: 2
                     DUTA

9/22    LAW 152201   ADVANCED MEDIATION                      6:00pm-9:30pm        THF
                     SEMINAR                                 8:30am-4:30pm        S
                     GOLDBERG                                UNITS: 2
                     Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: January
                     27-28, and February 10-11. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, January 29th
                     and February 12th, from 8:30am-4:30pm. Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should
                     not enroll in this class.

9/22    LAW 149202   NEGOTIATION THEORY                      6:00pm-9:30pm       THF
                     AND PRACTICE                            8:30am-4:30pm       S
                     LOWRY                                   UNITS: 2
                     Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: February
                     24-25, and March 3-4. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, February 26th and
                     March 5th, from 8:30am-4:30pm. Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not enroll
                     in this class.

9/22    LAW 190201   CROSS-CULTURAL CONFLICT              6:00pm-9:30pm     THF
                     & DISPUTE RESOLUTION                 12:00pm-5:00pm F (March 25th-Field trip)
                     ZACHARIA                             8:30am-4:30pm     Saturday
                                                          UNITS: 2
                     Special Format: 2 weekend format: March 10-12 and March 24-26



                                               Footnote Added
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                   Time/Units       Day                 Rm
11/3    LAW 60008    BIBLE AND THE LAW                         3:15pm-4:15pm       Jan 13
                     SEMINAR                                   3:15pm-5:15pm       Jan 27 & Feb 3
                     COCHRAN                                   9 of 12 hours       Feb 11-12
                                                               UNITS: 1
                     Special Format; This class will meet on three Thursday afternoons, and students will also be required to
                     attend at least 9 of 12 hours of a conference held on Friday and Saturday, February 11-12. Students who
                     cannot participate in the conference should not enroll in the course
                     Footnote added: Graded as HighPass/Pass/Credit/Fail.




                                                              6
10/13   LAW 60002    ADV. LITIGATION WRITING                     4:00pm-6:00pm           TH
                     SCHULTZ                                     UNITS: 2
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 12
                     Permission is needed to enroll in the course by way of submitting a one-page memorandum to the Professor. Graded as
                     HighPass/Pass/Credit/Fail



                                                 Footnote Revised
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                     Time/Units              Day                  Rm
10/28   LAW 152301   BUSINESS PLANNING                           8:40am-10:10am          MW
                     HALVORSON                                   UNITS: 3
                     Prerequisites: LAW 803 Corporations (concurrent enrollment is permitted). The instructor has waived the prerequisite and
                     co-requisite LAW 814 Federal Income Tax for this semester.


10/27   LAW 162201   ENTERTAINMENT LAW                           5:00pm-8:00pm           T
                     LA TERZA                                    UNITS: 3
                     Footnote: The instructor has waived the prerequisite LAW 912 Copyright for this semester.


6/11    LAW 33501    CLINICAL-CRIMINAL                    Fieldwork hrs., Maximum 6 units
                     (Students must enroll in BOTH – 033501 Fieldwork AND 033601 – Seminar.)
                     Footnote: Graded as Pass/Fail. This externship is open to all students working at criminal law agencies. Prerequisite or
                     Co-requisite: LAW 822 Criminal Procedure. Students who will be appearing in court are required to have completed or be
                     concurrently enrolled in LAW 904 Evidence. It is strongly recommended that students have completed both LAW 904
                     Evidence and LAW 1171 Trial Preparation & Settlement (Criminal).




                                               Prerequisite Added
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                     Time/Units              Day                  Rm
10/22   LAW 226201   MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS                    11:00am-12:30pm TTH
                     ANDERSON
                     Prerequisite: LAW 803 Corporations or Instructor Consent

10/22   LAW 33001    INVESTOR ADV CLINIC                         TBA                     TBA
                     UHL
                     Prerequisite: LAW 1642 Arbitration Law in the Securities Industry




                                         Professor/Day/Time Change
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                     Time/Units              Day                  Rm          Exam Day   Exam Time
10/11   LAW 142202   MEDIATION THEORY                        6:00pm-9:30pm       THF
                     AND PRACTICE                            8:30am-4:30pm       S
                     WOODLEY
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                     Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: February
                     24-25, and March 10-11. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, February 26th
                     and March 12th , from 8:30am-4:30pm. Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not
                     enroll in this class.

9/22    LAW 117101   TRIAL PREP. & SET. (CRIM)                   6:00pm-8:00pm           M
                     KARLAN                                      UNITS: 2
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24




                                               Day/Time Change
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                     Time/Units              Day                  Rm
10/11   LAW 38001    MEDIATION CLINIC                        6:00pm-8:00pm      W
                     FACTOR                                  9:00am-1:00pm      Sat (Jan 22)
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 12 UNITS: 2
                     Special Format: This class also has a mandatory Saturday session, January 22, 2011, from 9:00am-1:00pm.
                     Students who cannot participate in the Saturday session should not enroll in this class.



                                                                7
10/11   LAW 60008    BIBLE AND THE LAW                         3:15pm-4:15pm       Jan 13
                     SEMINAR                                   3:15pm-5:15pm       Jan 27 & Feb 3
                     COCHRAN                                   9 of 12 hours       Feb 11-12
                                                               UNITS: 1
                     Special Format; This class will meet on three Thursday afternoons, and students will also be required to
                     attend at least 9 of 12 hours of a conference held on Friday and Saturday, February 11-12. Students who
                     cannot participate in the conference should not enroll in the course

9/22    LAW 262001   ETHICAL CORP PRACTICE                  4:00pm-6:00pm       M
                     BOST                                   UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 84201    IMMIGRATION LAW                        4:00pm-6:00pm       W
                     HILL                                   UNITS: 2




                                                  Time Change
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                Time/Units          Day                 Rm
10/11   LAW 163201   ARBITRATION PRACTICE                   6:00pm-8:00pm       M
                     AND ADVOCACY                           UNITS:2
                     STIPANOWICH
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24

9/22    LAW 131201   LAND USE PLANNING                      4:00pm-5:30pm       MW
                     SAXER                                  UNITS: 3

9/22    LAW 163201   ARBITRATION PRACTICE                   1:40pm-3:40pm       M
                     AND ADVOCACY                           UNITS:2
                     STIPANOWICH

9/22    LAW 193201   DIVORCE AND FAMILY                     4:00pm-6:00pm       M
                     MEDIATION                              UNITS: 2
                     MILLER

9/22    LAW 149201   NEGOTIATION THEORY                     4:00pm-6:00pm       T
                     AND PRACTICE                           UNITS: 2
                     COLEMAN




                                                  Day Change
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                Time/Units          Day                 Rm
10/11   LAW 149202    NEGOTIATION THEORY                      6:00pm-9:30pm     THF
                     AND PRACTICE                             8:30am-4:30pm     S
                     LOWRY                                    UNITS: 2
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                     Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: (TBA),
                     and (TBA). In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, (TBA) from 8:30am-4:30pm.
                     Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not enroll in this class.


9/22    LAW 60002    ADV. LITIGATION WRITING                4:00pm-6:00pm       TH
                     SCHULTZ                                UNITS: 2

9/22    LAW 276201   CALIFORNIA CIVIL                       10:20am-11:20am TTH
                     PROCEDURE                              UNITS: 2
                     SCHULT




                                               Course Name Change
As of   Course #     Course Title/Instructor                Time/Units          Day                 Rm
9/22    LAW 200001   BAR EXAM WORKSHOP                      6:00pm-8:00pm       W
                     STEIN                                  UNITS: 1



                                                           8
                  SPRING 2011 CLASS SCHEDULE
                                                    April 1, 2011
                                                      1:35 p.m.


                     NOTES ON 2010/2011 SCHOOL OF LAW CALENDAR
                           AND REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES
NOTICE: UPPER-DIVISION WRITING AND SKILLS REQUIREMENT
The faculty has enacted an upper-division writing requirement and an upper division skills requirement as
mandated for all law schools by the ABA. Courses that provide an opportunity to fulfill the writing
requirement and the skills requirement are identified in the schedule. For more information about this
requirement, please see sections 14.12 and 14.13 of the Academic Policy Statement at
http://law.pepperdine.edu/academics/policy/.

NOTICE: PRIORITY ENROLLMENT FOR STRAUS DISPUTE RESOLUTION ELECTIVES
JD students participating in either the dispute resolution certificate or master's program will receive priority
enrollment in all dispute resolution elective courses, with the exception of the Alternative Dispute Resolution
course. JD students not participating in either program may place themselves on a waitlist and seat availability
will be determined at the beginning of the semester. Seats not filled by program participants will be released to
JD students on the waitlist.

NOTICE: RESCHEDULING EXAMS
Every effort has been made to avoid conflicts between required courses and in the final exam schedules.
Students may not petition to reschedule a final exam unless two final exams are to be taken on the same day.
Therefore, it is important for you to pay attention to the final exam schedule when you are selecting your
courses. Petitions to change one of two exams scheduled for the same day must be filed by the seventh week of
classes. For additional details concerning the law school final exam policies go to
http://law.pepperdine.edu/academics/policy/.

NOTICE: NEW CERTIFICATE IN INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW
The Certificate in International and Comparative Law offers students the opportunity for exposure to different
facets of international law and international living in order to better position them for an international career.
The certificate seeks to encourage students to expand their career goals by facilitating overseas experiences in
one of the Semester or Summer overseas programs in London, Copenhagen, Augsburg, Rwanda and Uganda.
Students will be mentored by the international faculty through international courses, internships, moots and
memberships as well as the initial application interview. Although not required, students are encouraged to
develop language skills and direction is given to help achieve this. In order to complete the certificate, students
are required to attend at least one of the overseas programs and complete 14 units of required and elective
courses.




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                  D & L STRAUS DISTINGUISHED VISITING PROFESSOR

PAUL L. CARON (Federal Income Taxation and Federal Estate and Gift Taxation): Paul L. Caron is
Associate Dean of Faculty and Charles Hartsock Professor of Law at University of Cincinnati College of
Law. He is one of the leading entrepreneurial tax scholars in the country. Since joining the University of
Cincinnati faculty in 1990, he has written numerous books and law review articles, and is active in a variety
of scholarly projects. Dean Caron's most recent books include Tax Stories (Foundation Press, 2d ed. 2009)
and Federal Wealth Transfer Taxation: Cases and Materials (Foundation Press, 6th ed. 2009) (with Paul
McDaniel & Jim Repetti). His most recent law review articles concern the estate tax, law school rankings
and the impact of new technologies on legal scholarship and teaching. He serves as Series Editor for
Foundation Press in developing a Law Stories Series of books patterned after his Tax Stories book. In
addition, he is the Publisher and Editor of TaxProf Blog, the most popular tax blog on the Internet. He is the
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of the Law Professor Blogs Network of more than 50 blogs edited by law
professors around the country in other areas of law. Dean Caron has served as a visiting professor at the
University of Florida College of Law, Florida State University College of Law, University of San Diego
School of Law, and New York University/IRS Office of Chief Counsel Continuing Professional Education
Program.

          DISTINGUISHED VISITING PRACTITIONER IN GLOBAL JUSTICE
GARY HAUGEN (Human Rights and the Rule of Law in the Developing World): Gary Haugen,
President and CEO of the International Justice Mission, will teach a 1-unit seminar on Human Rights and
the Rule of Law in the Developing World. Mr. Haugen has extensive experience in the fields of human
rights and rule of law. He served with the U.S. Department of Justice and the United Nations, during which
time he investigated the Rwandan genocide. Mr. Haugen later founded the International Justice Mission, an
international human rights agency that rescues victims of violence, sexual exploitation, slavery, and
oppression worldwide. Mr. Haugen’s most recent work focuses on the enforcement of law as the new
mandate for human rights. He wrote a recent article on the topic that was featured in International Affairs.
Mr. Haugen’s seminar will make an in-depth exploration into the enforcement of human rights with a
particularly emphasis on working with local government agencies and communities to provide effective
access to justice.
                                         VISITING PROFESSOR
KHRISTA MCCARDEN (International Tax and Federal Taxation of Business Entities): Before
joining Pepperdine, Professor McCarden practiced with Morgan Lewis in London where she focused on all
aspects of international taxation, including corporate, individual, estate, and trust planning for U.S. persons
conducting business or residing abroad. She also advised individuals and charities on U.S. and cross-border
charitable giving and structuring and served as Pro Bono Vice Chair for the office. Professor McCarden
has published articles in the United States and in the United Kingdom and regularly presented lectures on
US/UK dual-qualified charitable structures. While living in London, Professor McCarden was actively
involved with her local church and with several charitable organizations. In addition, she was appointed to
the Board of the Harvard Law School Alumni Association of the UK.
Professor McCarden began her legal career with Latham & Watkins LLP in Los Angeles. During her first
two years of practice, she was selected as a Washington, D.C. delegate by the State Bar of California and
the Los Angeles County Bar Association Taxation sections to present a policy paper on charitable giving
and planning before the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department, which was later published.
She has practiced international tax law in Paris and completed a clerkship in New York with Judge
Barrington D. Parker of the U.S .Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Professor McCarden has
published articles in the United States and in the United Kingdom and regularly presented lectures on
US/UK dual-qualified structures.

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ROBERT BRAIN (Commercial Law-Sales): Robert Brain has a B.S. in Biology and an M.S. in
Biochemistry from Stanford University. His law degree is from Boalt Hall School of Law. He began his
legal career in the litigation department of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where he received a pro bono award
from the LA County Bar Association for his work with Public Counsel, and represented the ACLU in a case
before the United States Supreme Court. He has tried cases on a volunteer basis for the LA District
Attorney’s Office and has served as a commercial arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.
Professor Brain taught at both Pepperdine University School of Law and McGeorge School of Law before
becoming a partner at the litigation firm of Howarth & Smith where he tried fraud, defamation, securities,
products liability and assault matters, representing diverse clients such as the Republic of the Marshall
Islands, Suzuki Motor Corporation and the victims of 9/11. He joined the faculty of Loyola Law School Los
Angeles in 2006, where he teaches Sales, Contracts, Ethical Lawyering and Legal Writing. He has
published articles in evidence and commercial law, is the author of SUM AND SUBSTANCE OF CONTRACTS,
and is a co-author of COMPUTER AND VIDEO GAME LAW: CASES, STATUTES, FORMS, PROBLEMS &
MATERIALS, currently the only casebook on video game law used in American law schools.



              DISTINGUISHED VISITING PRACTITIONERS IN RESIDENCE

ROGER COSSACK (Media and the Law): Roger Cossack was a prosecutor and a defense lawyer
during his 22 years of practice and in 1984 he argued U.S. v. Leon before the U.S. Supreme Court. Prior to
beginning his private practice of law he served on the faculty of the UCLA Law School. In 1994 he
joined CNN as the co-host of their award winning legal show Burden of Proof and also was the CNN legal
analyst. From 1994 to 2001 he covered all of the major U.S. legal events including breaking the Bush v.
Gore decision, the impeachment of President Clinton, and the disputed election of 2000. Since 2002 he
has served as the legal analyst for ESPN, reporting on how the law applies in various ways to sports.



                 DISTINGUISHED VISITING PROFESSORIAL LECTURER
JACK BEARD (International Public Law): Jack Beard is a Professorial Lecturer at the UCLA School of Law
where he has taught since 2005 and where the graduating class of 2008 elected him Professor of the Year.
Professor Beard received his B.S.F.S, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University, his J.D. magna cum
laude, from the University of Michigan, and his LL.M. in International and Comparative Law, from
Georgetown Law. From 1990 to 2004, he served as Associate Deputy General Counsel (International Affairs),
Office of the Secretary of Defense, and was responsible for legal matters related to international defense
cooperation, status of forces issues, nuclear nonproliferation activities, and programs assisting states in the
dismantlement of weapons of mass destruction. He served as the senior legal adviser on U.S. Government
delegations negotiating numerous international agreements with states in the former Soviet Union and the
Middle East. Prior to joining the Office of General Counsel in 1990, he held several positions in government
and was also previously engaged in private law practice in Washington, D.C. As an adjunct professor, he
received awards for his teaching at both Georgetown Law and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced
International Studies. Professor Beard has written articles on international law and the use of force, the law of
war, terrorism, and international efforts to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.




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                              NEW ADJUNCT FACULTY MEMBER
ROBERT GUMER (Licensing): Robert Gumer is Senior Vice President of APA Talent & Literary
Agency in Beverly Hills. He specializes in the representation of writers and producers of series television.
Among the shows his clients have created and/or executive produced are XENA, WARRIOR PRINCESS,
ANGEL, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES and FAMILY GUY. Prior to joining APA, Mr. Gumer was
President of the Kaplan Stahler Gumer Braun Agency and a literary agent at International Creative
Management (ICM). A graduate of Brown University and NYU Law School, he started his career as an
associate at the New York entertainment law firm Barovick Konecky and then joined the Los Angeles firm
Sanders, Barnet & Goldsmith. Before becoming a literary agent, Mr. Gumer served as an executive at
Columbia Pictures Television, first as Director of Business Affairs and then as Director of Comedy
Development.

KENNETH LEE (Complex Litigation): Ken Lee is a litigation partner at the Los Angeles office of
Jenner & Block LLP. Prior to joining Jenner, he served as an Associate Counsel to President George W.
Bush and also worked as Special Counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. Ken began his career at
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York, and clerked for the Honorable Emilio M. Garza of the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He is a graduate of Cornell University and the Harvard Law School.

JAY MILBRANDT (Social Entrepreneurship): Director, Global Justice Program Interim Associate
Director, Herbert & Elinor Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion and Ethics. As director of the Global
Justice Program, Jay Milbrandt organizes the law school's justice-seeking work in Africa, Asia, and Latin
America. Through the Nootbaar Institute, he helps coordinate and organize conferences, speakers, and local
student service activities. Jay is an alumnus of the School of Law and the Graziadio School, earning joint
degrees in law and business, as well as a certification from the Geoffrey H. Palmer Center for
Entrepreneurship and Law.

BRIAN J. PHILPOTT (Trademarks, Unfair Competition and Unfair Trade Practices): Brian J.
Philpott is a Senior Attorney at Koppel Patrick Heybl & Dawson, a boutique intellectual property law firm
located in Westlake Village, California. His previous legal experience includes positions with Secrest Hill
& Butler in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman in Los Angeles, and Hammonds in
London. While in London, Brian published several articles, including contributions to the Hammonds
Reporter and the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys monthly journal. His current practice focuses on
trademark and copyright matters, patent prosecution and litigation, and general international intellectual
property issues. He has prosecuted and litigated several trademark matters before California state and
federal courts and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. Philpott earned a Bachelor of
Science in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University and is an alumnus of the School of Law.
He is a Fellow of the Geoffrey H. Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and Law and a contributing author to
The Ninth, a blog following trends in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

CAROLYN SCHENCK (Honors Appellate Advocacy): Carolyn Schenck is a Senior Attorney with the
Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service in Los Angeles. Ms. Schenck has litigated hundreds
of cases on behalf of the IRS in U.S. Tax Court. She also assists the Department of Justice in cases involving
injunctions and abusive tax return preparers/promoters. Prior to joining the IRS, Ms. Schenck was an Attorney
for the Securities and Exchange Commission, Division of Enforcement. She also worked for Chief Judge Alex
Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit and Judge H. Robert Mayer of the Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals. Before her
law career, Ms. Schenck worked for U.S. Senator John McCain on his 2000 presidential campaign and as a
weapons analyst for the Department of Defense. She is a graduate of Northern Arizona University and
Pepperdine Law School.


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                    NEW COURSES BEING OFFERED THIS SPRING 2011
           For course descriptions, please refer to the course catalog on the School of Law website at
                         http://law.pepperdine.edu/academics/content/catalog2010.pdf
ADVANCED LITIGATION WRITING: This course is designed to provide students with exposure to and
experience with drafting a wide variety of documents required in litigation. For example, students will draft
and review demand letters to opposing counsel, pleadings, discovery documents, declarations, separate
statements in support of summary judgment motions, argument sections for procedural motions, and in limine
motions. Students will be assigned to represent either the plaintiff or the defendant in a civil case and will
alternate each week drafting documents to be served on the opposing side. The substantive law needed for
completing the document drafting will be given to students in a closed library format. This class is intended to
supplement the first-year Legal Research and Writing course by exposing students to a broader array of drafting
assignments. It is particularly intended for those with an interest in litigation. Classroom instruction will focus
on the purpose of the various types of documents students will be drafting and how they fit into the litigation
process. The course meets every week for a two-hour session, during which students will receive classroom
instruction, review and critique other students' work, and perform in-class exercises. Enrollment will be limited
to twelve students and interested students should submit a one-page memorandum to the professor explaining
why they want to take the course. This memorandum should be supplied to the professor before the student
enrolls in the course. This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.

BIBLE AND THE LAW SEMINAR: This seminar will give students who are seriously interested in the
relationship between the Bible and the law the chance to be exposed to some well-known scholars in the fields of
law and theology as they wrestle with the course topic. The course will be built around a book project by those
scholars. The book will examine both how Christians have historically looked at what various sections of the
scriptures teach about positive law and what those scriptures might teach us today. The focus will be on the
positive law—the law that is adopted and enforced by governments, rather than the moral law. Each chapter of
the book will focus on a different section of scripture and is being co-authored by a law professor and a
theologian. Author/speakers include David Van Drunen (Westminster Seminary, CA), Randy Beck (University
of Georgia), David Skeel (University of Pennsylvania), Tremper Longman (Westmont College), William
Brewbaker (University of Alabama), Phillip Long (Regent College, Vancouver), John Witte (Emory), Barbara
Armacost (University of Virginia), Peter Enns (Westminster Seminary, PA, retired), Dallas Willard (USC), Joel
Nichols (St. Thomas, MN), and John Nagle (Notre Dame).

COMMUNITY OUTREACH: YOUTH MENTORING IN LAW: This two-unit course includes both an on-
campus classroom component and an off-campus community outreach component. The on –campus sessions
will begin with an introduction to the basics of community outreach work in underprivileged communities and
strategies for teaching and mentoring youth. Subsequent sessions will focus on particular teaching exercises
designed to introduce high school students to the legal system, the basics of criminal, civil and constitutional law
and the skills of oral advocacy and alternative dispute resolution. The off-campus outreach component entails
conducting teaching exercises and mentoring sessions with the selected students from the Law and Social Justice
Academy at Jordan High School in Watts, California, as well as attending social activities with the mentees.
Law students will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the Jordan campus, which is
approximately 35 miles from the Malibu campus. These off-campus sessions will occur every other week,
usually on Thursday afternoons and will be approximately two hours in duration, not including travel time. The
Jordan students will be brought to the Malibu campus for several sessions during the semester and there will be
other off-campus social activities at other locations as well.




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HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE RULE OF LAW IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD: Human Rights and the
Rule of Law in the Developing World seminar will make an in-depth exploration into the enforcement of human
rights with a particularly emphasis on working with local government agencies and communities to provide
effective access to justice. This 1-unit seminar will culminate with a paper on this topic.

LAW AND SEXUAL ETHICS: This course will explore the ethics and law pertaining to the regulation of
sexuality. The course will deal first with historical and philosophical approaches to sexuality. It will then
explore a series of major legal and political issues, including sexual expression, reproduction, surrogacy,
regulation of consensual and non-consensual sexual relations, and various issues surrounding sexual orientation.
 The nature of the class requires a cross-cutting analysis of numerous legal disciplines, including constitutional
law, criminal law, international and comparative law, contract law, tort law, and family law.




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                                    SCHOOL OF LAW CALENDAR
                                            2011-2012
                       Any questions regarding courses should be directed to the Academic Dean's office.
                                    Some changes in the course schedule may be required.
                                   Classes will be held on all holidays unless noted below.

                                                            April 1, 2011
                                                              1:35 p.m.




WINTER INTENSIVE TERM 2011
http://law.pepperdine.edu/straus/

January                                               3-7         Five-day Winter Intensive Courses
                                                      4           Add/Drop period begins
                                                      5           Add/Drop period ends
                                                      5           Tuition refund no longer available


SPRING SEMESTER 2011
http://law.pepperdine.edu/academics/calendar/

January                                               10          Spring semester classes begin
                                                      10          Add/Drop period begins
                                                      12-13       Mandatory Externship Orientation (Attending one of these
                                                                  meetings is required for first-time externs)
                                                      17          Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday (no classes)
                                                      21          Add/Drop period ends
                                                      21          Last day to drop classes without a “W” appearing on
                                                                  Transcript
                                                      21          Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 100 % (No “W” on
                                                                  Transcript)
                                                      24          Approvals required for add/drop
                                                      28          Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 75% ( “W” on
                                                                  Transcript)
                                                      28          Externship Registration Deadline


February                                              4           Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 50% (“W” on
                                                                  Transcript)
                                                      11          Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 25% (“W” on
                                                                  Transcript)
                                                      12          Tuition refund no longer available
                                                      25          Last day to petition for change in examination schedule

March                                                 14-18       Study/Interview Break – 2nd & 3rd year students (no classes)
                                                                  Appellate Brief project – 1st year students (no classes)

April                                                 TBA         Performance exam - 1st year students
                                                      25 or 26    Summer 2011 Externship Orientation
                                                      27          Last day of Spring classes
                                                      27          Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail option

April                                                 28          Study and final examination period begins

May                                                   13          Study and final examination period ends
                                                      20          Graduation (subject to change




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TENTATIVE SUMMER SEMESTER 2011*
http://law.pepperdine.edu/academics/calendar/
May                                           23          Deadline for Summer session registration
                                              23          Summer session courses begin
                                              30          Memorial Day Holiday (no classes)
                                              31          Makeup Day for Monday May 30 classes

June                                            1         First Clinical Seminar Meeting
                                                3         Deadline for Summer Externship registration

July                                            4         Independence Day holiday (no classes)
                                                5         Make-up Day for Monday July 4th classes
                                                6         Last Day of Summer session
                                                7-11      Study and final examination period



*Courses offered will be subject to cancellation if there are less than 10 students enrolled for the course two weeks prior to the first
day of class.


TENTATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION COURSE SCHEDULE SUMMER SEMESTER 2011
http://law.pepperdine.edu/straus/

May 23-27                                                 One week intensive courses
June 2-11                                                 Block I courses
June 16-25                                                Block II courses
July 7-16                                                 Block III courses
July 21-30                                                Block IV courses
May 24-July 26                                            Extended Format



TENTATIVE SUMMER SEMESTER 2011: LONDON PROGRAM
http://law.pepperdine.edu/global-programs/london/summer/2011schedule.htm

Academic Director: Professor Colleen Graffy - International Environmental Law
Visiting Professor: Dean Carol Chase– Evidence and Trial Practice
Adjunct Professor: TBA– International Entertainment & Copyright
Advisor: Professor Colleen Graffy – International Clinical

June 4                                                         Housing Check-in
June 5                                                         Coach Tour of London
                                                               Books Available
June 6                                                         Breakfast and Orientation
                                                               Group Photograph
                                                               Classes Begin
June 10                                                        Tour of Parliament
June 17                                                        Legal London Walking Tour
TBA                                                            Add/Drop Deadline
July 14                                                        Last Day of Classes
July 18                                                        Final Exams Begin
July 21                                                        Final Exams End
July 22                                                        Program Ends
                                                               Housing Closes




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TENTATIVE FALL SEMESTER 2011: LONDON PROGRAM
http://law.pepperdine.edu/global-programs/london/fall/2011schedule.htm

Academic Director: Professor Colleen Graffy – International Public Law
Visiting Professor: Professor Cochran– Legal Ethics and Family Law
Adjunct Professor: TBA – Corporations
Adjunct Professor: TBA – European Union Law
Adjunct Professor: TBA – International Comparative Law
Adjunct Professor: TBA – International Commercial Arbitration Law
Advisor: Professor Colleen Graffy – International Moot Court
Advisor: Professor Colleen Graffy – International Clinical

TBA                                                             Housing opens, books available
TBA                                                             Coach Tour of London and Pub Gathering
TBA                                                             Classes begin
TBA                                                             Tour of Parliament
TBA                                                             High Tea and Group Photograph
TBA                                                             European Union Tour
TBA                                                             Study Break
TBA                                                             Internal Moot
TBA                                                             The Hague Trip
TBA                                                             Inner Temple Moot
TBA                                                             International Mega Moot
TBA                                                             Middle Temple and Gray’s Inn Moot
TBA                                                             Thanksgiving (Classes as normal)
TBA                                                             Last day of Classes
TBA                                                             Final Exams Begin
TBA                                                             Final Exams End


TENTATIVE FALL SEMESTER 2011
http://law.pepperdine.edu/academics/calendar/


August                                                   17-19      First-year Student Orientation
                                                         22         Fall semester classes begin
                                                         22         Add/Drop period begins
                                                         24-25      Mandatory Externship Orientation (Attending one of these
                                                                    meetings is required for first-time externs)

September                                                2          Add/Drop period ends
                                                         2          Last day to drop classes without a “W” appearing
                                                                    on transcript
                                                         2          Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 100 % (No “W” on
                                                                    Transcript)
                                                         5          Labor Day holiday (no classes)
                                                         5          Signatures required for add/drop
                                                         9          Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 75 %( “W” on
                                                                    Transcript)
                                                         9          Externship Registration Deadline
                                                         16         Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 50% (“W” on
                                                                    Transcript)
                                                         23         Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 25% (“W” on
                                                                    Transcript)
                                                         24         Tuition refund no longer available


October                                                  7          University Faculty Conference (no regular classes, however,
                                                                    please note that Straus intensive classes will still meet on this day)
                                                         7          Last day to petition for change in examination schedule

November                                                 24-26      Thanksgiving holiday (no classes)
                                                         29         Makeup/study day
                                                         30         Last Day of Class
                                                         30         Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail option

December                                                 1-16       Study and final examination period
                                                         17         Winter holiday begins (no classes)

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TENTATIVE WINTER INTENSIVE TERM 2012
http://law.pepperdine.edu/straus/

January                                         3-7      Five-day Winter Intensive Courses
                                                4        Add/Drop period begins
                                                5        Add/Drop period ends
                                                5        Tuition refund no longer available


TENTATIVE SPRING SEMESTER 2012
http://law.pepperdine.edu/academics/calendar/

January                                         9       Spring semester classes begin
                                                9       Add/Drop period begins
                                                11-12   Mandatory Externship Orientation (Attending one of these
                                                        meetings is required for first-time externs)
                                                16      Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday (no classes)
                                                20      Add/Drop period ends
                                                20      Last day to drop classes without a “W” appearing on
                                                        Transcript
                                                20      Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 100 %(No “W” on
                                                        Transcript)
                                                23      Signatures required for add/drop
                                                27      Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 75 %( “W” on
                                                        Transcript)
                                                27      Externship Registration Deadline


February                                        3       Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 50% (“W” on
                                                        Transcript)
                                                10      Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 25% (“W” on
                                                        Transcript)
                                                11      Tuition refund no longer available
                                                24      Last day to petition for change in examination schedule

March                                           12-16    Study/Interview Break – 2nd & 3rd year students (no classes)
                                                         Appellate Brief project – 1st year students (no classes)

April                                           TBA     Performance exam - 1st year students
                                                25      Last day of Spring classes
                                                25      Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail option

April 26 – May 11                                       Study and final examination period

May                                             18       Graduation (subject to change)




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                                                                    Spring 2011

                                         FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

5/2                        5/3                               5/4                               5/5                            5/6

8:30 am                    8:30 am                           8:30 am                           8:30 am                        8:30 am

Con Structure – McDonald   Property II                       Community Property-Popovich       Criminal Law                   Con Structure - James
Bus Planning-Halvorson     Environmental Law-Allen           Law & The Visual Arts-Roosa       Police Practices-Lurie         Trademarks-Philpott
Remedies-Scarberry                                           Entertainment Law- La Terza       War Crimes-Einhorn             Law Office Mgmt-Selbak
                                                             Immigration Law-Hill              Patent Law-Brooks


1:00 pm                    1:00 pm                           1:00 pm                           1:00 pm
                                                                                                                              1:00 pm
Remedies-Ogden             Wills & Trusts-Knaplund           Fed Income Tax-Caron              Ethical Corp Practice-Bost
Family Law-Miller          Wills & Trusts-Wendel             Civil Rights-James                Land Use Planning-Saxer        Federal Courts-Pushaw
                                                             Media & Law-Cossack               Licensing-Gumer                Law & Sexual Ethics-Alford
                                                             Mergers & Acquisitions-Anderson                                  Fed Estate & Gift Tax-Caron


5/9                        5/10                              5/11                              5/12                           5/13
8:30 am                    8:30 am                           8:30 am                           8:30 am                        8:30 am

Civil Procedure II         Con Law IR-McDonald               Torts II                          Criminal Pro-McGoldrick        Contracts II
Int’l Public Law-Beard     Corporations-Kerr                 Sentencing & Corrections-Snyder   Employment Law-Paniccia
                           International Taxation-McCarden

1:00 pm                    1:00 pm                           1:00 pm                           1:00 pm                        1:00 pm

Evidence-Goodman           Arbitration Law-Helfand           Faith, Moral & Lgl Prac-Cochran   Adv Wills & Trusts-Knaplund
CA Family Law-Petersil     Freedom of Speech-McGoldrick      Corporations-Coe                  Bus Reorg Bank-Scarberry
Comm’l Law-Sales-Brain     Sports Law-Weston                 Communications Law-Boliek         Calif Civil Pro-Schultz
                           Complex Lit-Lee                                                     Tax of Bus Entities-McCarden




                                                     RESCHEDULING EXAMS

                STUDENTS MAY NOT PETITION TO RESCHEDULE A FINAL EXAM
               UNLESS TWO FINAL EXAMS ARE TO BE TAKEN ON THE SAME DAY

             PETITIONS TO CHANGE ONE OF TWO EXAMS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME DAY MUST BE
                               FILED BY THE SEVENTH WEEK OF CLASSES

          Every effort has been made to avoid conflicts between required courses and in the final exam schedules. As noted above,
          final exams will not be rescheduled unless a student has two final exams scheduled in the same day. Therefore, it is
          important for you to pay attention to the final exam schedule when you are selecting your courses. For additional details
          concerning the law school final exam policies go to http://law.pepperdine.edu/pdfs/acaplicysta.pdf




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                                                           Upper Division Required Courses
                                                                       Spring 2011

Course               Course Title                                           Time                              Day                   Room        Exam               Exam
Number               Instructor                                                                                                                 Time               Day
LAW 73301            CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE*                              8:00am-9:00am                     TTH                   C           5/6                8:30am
CLASS 2258           JAMES                                                  UNITS: 2

LAW 73302 CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE*                                         9:10am-10:10am                    WF                    F           5/2                8:30am
CLASS 2259 MCDONALD                                                         UNITS: 2

LAW 74201 CON LAW-IND RIGHTS*                                               2:50pm-4:20pm                     WF                    G           5/10               8:30am
CLASS 2260 MCDONALD                                                         UNITS: 3

LAW 80301 CORPORATIONS                                                      2:50pm-3:50pm                     MWF                   D           5/10               8:30am
CLASS 2261 KERR                                                             UNITS: 3

LAW 80302 CORPORATIONS                                                      1:40pm-3:10pm                     TTH                   B           5/11               1:00pm
CLASS 2262 COE                                                              UNITS: 3B

LAW 82201 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE                                                10:20am-11:20am                   MWF                   D           5/12               8:30am
CLASS 2263 MCGOLDRICK                                                       UNITS: 3

LAW 262001 ETHICAL CORP PRACTICE1                                           4:00pm-6:00pm                     M                     E           5/5                1:00pm
CLASS 2264 BOST                                                             UNITS: 2

LAW 90401 EVIDENCE2                                                         9:10am-10:40am                    TTH                   E           5/9                1:00pm
CLASS 2265 GOODMAN                                                          UNITS: 3

LAW 262201 FAITH, MORALITY AND                                              1:40pm-2:40pm                     TTH                   F           5/11               1:00pm
CLASS 2266 LEGAL PRACTICE3                                                  UNITS: 2
           COCHRAN

LAW 81401 FED INCOME TAXATION                                               11:00am-12:30pm                   TTH                   D           5/4                1:00pm
CLASS 2267 CARON                                                            UNITS: 3

LAW 72301 REMEDIES                                                          11:30am-12:30pm                   MWF                   D           5/2                1:00pm
CLASS 2268 OGDEN                                                            UNITS: 3

LAW 72302 REMEDIES                                                          9:10am-10:10am                    MTW                   SR1         5/2                8:30am
CLASS 3647 SCARBERRY                                                        UNITS: 3

LAW 82401 WILLS & TRUSTS                                                    1:40pm-2:40pm                     MWF                   D           5/3                1:00pm
CLASS 2269 KNAPLUND                                                         UNITS: 3

LAW 82402 WILLS & TRUSTS                                                    1:40pm-3:10pm                     TTH                   D           5/3                1:00pm
CLASS 2270 WENDEL                                                           UNITS: 3
* Both 733 and 742 Constitutional Law are required courses, but students may take them in any sequence. They are treated as entirely separate courses.


1         Satisfies Legal Ethics graduation requirement.
2         All evidence courses will address the major substantive differences between the Federal Rules of Evidence and the California Evidence Code. The
          professors have discretion as to whether their evidence course places a heavier emphasis on the Federal Rules or the California Evidence Code and that
          emphasis will be noted on the course schedule or syllabus. This course will give emphasis to the California Evidence Code sections.
3         Satisfies Legal Ethics graduation requirement.

                                                                                      20
                                                         Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                    Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                           Time                            Day                   Room       Exam            Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                                              Time            Day
LAW 5201           ADMIN LAW JOURNAL 4                                    4:00pm-5:00pm                   TH                    C          NONE
CLASS 2271         (2ND YEAR STUDENTS)                                    UNITS: 2
                   OGDEN
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.

LAW 5301           ADMIN LAW JOURNAL5                                     4:00pm-5:00pm                   TH                    C          NONE
CLASS 2272         (3RD YEAR STUDENTS)                                    UNITS: 1
                   OGDEN

LAW 60001 ADV LEGAL RESEARCH                                              2:50pm-4:50pm                   TH                    SR4        NONE
CLASS 2273 K. KERR                                                        UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 20
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 60002 ADV. LITIGATION WRITING6                                        4:00pm-6:00pm                   TH                    A          NONE
CLASS 2293 SCHULTZ                                                        UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 12
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.
                                                               7
LAW 152201 ADVANCED MEDIATION                                             6:00pm-9:30pm                   THF                   F          NONE
CLASS 2277 SEMINAR                                                        8:30am-4:30pm                   S                     F
           GOLDBERG                                                       UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2278 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: January 27-28, and February
                   10-11. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, January 29th and February 12th, from 8:30am-4:30pm.
                   Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not enroll in this class.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 219201 ADV. TORTS SEMINAR                                             1:40pm-3:40pm                   T                     SR2        NONE
CLASS 2274 LINDEN                                                         UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 20
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.

LAW40401           ADVANCED TRIAL PRACTICE8 4:00pm-6:00pm                                                 M                     TCR        NONE
CLASS 2275         PERRIN                   UNITS: 2
                   ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 16
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 275201 ADV. WILLS & TRUSTS9                                           10:20am-11:20am                 MWF                   SR2        5/12            1:00pm
CLASS 2276 KNAPLUND                                                       UNITS: 3
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.


4        Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
5        Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
6        Permission is needed to enroll in the course by way of submitting a one-page memorandum to the Professor. Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
7        Prerequisite: LAW 1422 Mediation Theory and Practice, and suggested: LAW 380 Mediation Clinic.
8        Prerequisite: LAW 402 Trial Practice. Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
9        Prerequisite: LAW 824 Wills & Trusts.

                                                                                   21
                                                            Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                     Spring 2011

Course              Course Title                                          Time                             Day                  Room       Exam                  Exam
Number              Instructor                                                                                                             Time                  Day
LAW 167201 ARBITRATION LAW                                                1:40pm-3:40pm                   M                     A          5/10                  1:00pm
CLASS 2279 HELFAND                                                        UNITS: 2

LAW 163201 ARBITRATION PRACTICE                                           6:00pm-8:00pm                   M                     F          NONE
CLASS 2280 AND ADVOCACY                                                   UNITS:2
           STIPANOWICH
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                    Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                    Use CLASS 2281 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 200001 BAR EXAM WORKSHOP10                                            6:00pm-8:00pm                   W                     D          NONE
CLASS 2282 WYSS                                                           UNITS: 1

LAW 60008 BIBLE AND THE LAW11                                             3:15pm-4:15pm                   Jan 13          SR3              NONE
CLASS 2294 SEMINAR                                                        3:15pm-5:15pm                    Jan 27 & Feb 3 SR3
           COCHRAN                                                        9 of 12 hours                    Feb 11-12      SR1
                                                                          UNITS: 1
                    Special Format; This class will meet on three Thursday afternoons, and students will also be required to attend at least 9 of 12 hours of a
                    conference held on Friday and Saturday, February 11-12. Students who cannot participate in the conference should not enroll in the course


LAW 152301 BUSINESS PLANNING12                                            8:40am-10:10am                   MW                   B          5/2                   8:30am
CLASS 2284 HALVORSON                                                      UNITS: 3
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 159201 BUSINESS REORGANIZATIONS 10:20am-11:20am                                                        MW                   A          5/12                  1:00pm
CLASS 2283 IN BANKRUPTCY            UNITS: 2
           SCARBERRY

LAW 276201 CALIFORNIA CIVIL                                               10:20am-11:20am                  TTH                  F          5/12                  1:00pm
CLASS 2285 PROCEDURE                                                      UNITS: 2
           SCHULTZ

LAW 281201 CALIFORNIA FAMILY LAW                                          4:00pm-6:00pm                    M                    SR3        5/9                   1:00pm
CLASS 2286 PRACTICE                                                       UNITS: 2
           PETERSIL

LAW 173301 CIVIL RIGHTS                                                   10:20am-11:50am                  TTH                  SR1        5/4                   1:00pm
CLASS 2287 JAMES                                                          UNITS: 3

LAW 189301 COMMERCIAL LAW-SALES                                           9:10am-10:40am                   TTH                  SR4        5/9                   1:00pm
CLASS 2888 BRAIN                                                          UNITS: 3

10       Depending on course demand, enrollment may be subject to limitation through an application process. Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
         Open to third year law students only.
11       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
12       Prerequisites: LAW 803 Corporations (concurrent enrollment is permitted). The instructor has waived the prerequisite and co-requisite LAW 814 Federal
         Income Tax for this semester.

                                                                                   22
                                                          Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                   Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                   Time                         Day               Room      Exam   Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                              Time   Day
LAW 112201 COMMUNICATION &                                        4:00pm-6:00pm                T                 A         NONE
CLASS 2288 CONFLICT13                                             UNITS: 2
           BAUGUS
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2290 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 112202 COMMUNICATION &                                        1:40pm-3:40pm                W                 A         NONE
CLASS 2289 CONFLICT14                                             UNITS: 2
           DUTA
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2291 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 185201 COMMUNICATIONS LAW                                     1:40pm-2:40pm                MW                F         5/11   1:00pm
CLASS 2292 BOLIEK                                                 UNITS: 2

LAW 60003 COMMUNITY OUTREACH 15                                   1:40pm-3:40pm                W                 SR2       NONE
CLASS 2295 YOUTH MENTORING IN LAW                                 UNITS: 2
           GOODMAN
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 20
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 80201 COMMUNITY PROPERTY                                      11:30am-12:30pm              TTH               B         5/4    8:30am
CLASS 2296POPOVICH                                                UNITS: 2

LAW 174301 COMPLEX LITIGATION                                     6:00pm-8:00pm                M                 G         5/10   1:00pm
CLASS 2297 LEE                                                    UNITS: 2

LAW 190201 CROSS-CULTURAL CONFLICT                                6:00pm-9:30pm                THF               F         NONE
CLASS 2298 & DISPUTE RESOLUTION                                   12:00pm-5:00pm               F (March 25th-Field trip)
           ZACHARIA                                               8:30am-4:30pm                Saturday          F
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24                                   UNITS: 2
                   Special Format: 2 weekend format: March 10-12 and March 24-26
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2299 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.




13       Prerequisite: LAW 1302 Psychology of Conflict.
14       Prerequisite: LAW 1302 Psychology of Conflict.
15       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.

                                                                          23
                                                            Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                     Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                           Time                        Day       Room   Exam   Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                          Time   Day
LAW 191201 DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN                                          4:00pm-6:00pm               W         A      NONE
CLASS 2300 EDUCATION16                                                    UNITS: 2
           PETERSON
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2301 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 4201           DISP. RES. JOURNAL17                                   4:00pm-5:00pm               TH        D      NONE
CLASS 2302         (2ND YEAR STUDENTS)                                    UNITS: 2
                   WESTON
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.


LAW 4301           DISP. RES. JOURNAL18                                   4:00pm-5:00pm               TH        D      NONE
CLASS 2303         (3RD YEAR STUDENTS)                                    UNITS: 1
                   WESTON

LAW 193201 DIVORCE AND FAMILY19                                           4:00pm-6:00pm               M         G      NONE
CLASS 2304 MEDIATION                                                      UNITS: 2
           MILLER
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2305 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 179201 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIM LAW                                         3:30pm-5:30pm               T         SR4    5/12   8:30am
CLASS 2307 PANICCIA                                                       UNITS: 2

LAW 162201 ENTERTAINMENT LAW20                                            5:00pm-8:00pm               T         B      5/4    8:30am
CLASS 2308 LA TERZA                                                       UNITS: 3

LAW 93201 ENTER. LAW SEMINAR21                                            4:00pm-6:00pm               W         SR1    NONE
CLASS 2309 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN THE                                        UNITS: 2
           FILM INDUSTRY
           RADER




16       Prerequisite: LAW 1422 Mediation Theory and Practice or LAW 1392 Alternative Dispute Resolution.
17       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
18       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
19       Prerequisite: LAW 1422 Mediation Theory and Practice or LAW 1392 Alternative Dispute Resolution.
20       The instructor has waived the prerequisite LAW 912 Copyright for this semester.
21       Prerequisite: LAW 1622 Entertainment Law.

                                                                                   24
                                                            Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                     Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                           Time                            Day                   Room   Exam       Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                                          Time       Day
LAW 116201 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW                                              6:00pm-9:00pm                   T                     SR2    5/3        8:30am
CLASS 2310 ALLEN                                                          UNITS: 3

LAW 10201 FAMILY LAW                                                      11:30am-12:30pm                 MWF                   F      5/2        1:00pm
CLASS 2311 MILLER                                                         UNITS: 3

LAW 24201 FEDERAL COURTS22                                                1:40pm-3:10pm                   TTH                   SR3    5/6        1:00pm
CLASS 2312 PUSHAW                                                         UNITS: 3

LAW 184201 FEDERAL EST. & GIFT TAX                                        2:20pm-3:50pm                   TTH                   A      5/6        1:00pm
CLASS 2313 CARON                                                          UNITS: 3

LAW 232301 FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION 10:20am-11:20am                                                        MWF                   SR4    5/12       1:00pm
CLASS 2392 OF BUSINESS ENTITIES    UNITS: 3
           MCCARDEN
                   Prior completion of Federal Income Taxation (LAW 814) is strongly recommended.

LAW 60004          FREE SPEECH                                            2:50pm-3:50pm                   MWF                   SR4    5/10       1:00 pm
CLASS 2314         AND ASSOCIATION                                        UNITS: 3
                   MCGOLDRICK

LAW 1001           HONORS APP. ADVOCACY23                                 5:00pm-7:00pm                   T                     CR     NONE
CLASS 2315         SCHENCK                                                UNITS: 2
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 7001           HONORS MED. ADVOCACY &24 6:00pm-10pm                                                   W                     SR4    NONE
CLASS 2316         MED. COMPETITION
                   RAINEY                   UNITS: 2
                   Special Format: This is a two unit course, plus one unit for those who compete at the ABA Mediation Advocacy competition. By
                   invitation only. For additional information, please email shellee.warnes@pepperdine.edu.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 40301 HONORS TRIAL PRACTICE25
           CALDWELL
CLASS 2317 Honors A                                                       7:15am-9:15am                   MW                    TCR    NONE
CLASS 2318 Honors B                                                       9:30am-11:30am                  MW                    TCR    NONE
CLASS 2319 Honors C                                                       11:30am-1:30pm                  MW                    TCR    NONE
                                                                          UNITS: 2
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.




22       There are no prerequisites, but LAW 733 Constitutional Structure is recommended.
23       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail. Enrollment with permission of professor only.
24       Prerequisite: LAW 1422 Mediation Theory and Practice (concurrent enrollment ok). Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
25       Enrollment with permission of professor only. Prerequisite: LAW 402 Trial Practice Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
                                                                                            .
                                                                                   25
                                                        Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                 Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                      Time                          Day                  Room   Exam            Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                                  Time            Day
LAW 60009 HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE26                                     9:00am-2:00pm                 Saturday (April 16th)       A               NONE
CLASS 3640 RULE OF LAW IN THE                                        8:00am-9:00am                 MTWTH(April 18th -21st)
           DEVELOPING WORLD                                          4:00pm-8:00pm                 Friday(April 22nd)
           HAUGEN/GOODNO
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24                                      UNITS: 1
                   Special Format: This class will meet Saturday, April 16th through Friday, April 22nd.


LAW 84201 IMMIGRATION LAW                                            4:00pm-6:00pm                 W                    CR     5/4             8:30am
CLASS 2320 HILL                                                      UNITS: 2

LAW 37201 INT’L COMM’L ARBITRATION 6:00pm-8:00pm                                                   T                    F      NONE
CLASS 2321 ALFORD                  UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2322 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.


LAW 213301 INT’L INVESTMENT DISPUTES 4:00pm-6:00pm                                                 W                    F      NONE
CLASS 2323 COE                       UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2324 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 26201 INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW 6:00pm-9:00pm                                                   TH                   SR2    5/9             8:30am
CLASS 3078 BEARD                   UNITS: 3

LAW 101201 INTERNATIONAL TAX                                         2:50pm-3:50pm                 MWF                  SR3    5/10            8:30am
CLASS 2325 MCCARDEN                                                  UNITS: 3
                   Prior completion of Federal Income Taxation (LAW 814) is strongly recommended.

LAW 171201 INTER., COUNS. & PLANNING                                 6:00pm-8:00pm                 T                    SR1    NONE
CLASS 2328 PAUL                                                      UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2331 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 171202 INTER., COUNS. & PLANNING                                 6:00pm-9:30pm                 THF                  G      NONE
CLASS 2329 GREER                                                     8:30am-4:30pm                 S
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24                                      UNITS: 2
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   (Use CLASS 2332 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.)
                   Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: January 20-21, and February
                   3-4. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, January 22nd and February 5th, from 8:30am-4:30pm.
                   Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not enroll in this class.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.




26       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.

                                                                             26
                                                            Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                     Spring 2011

Course              Course Title                                           Time                Day               Room   Exam   Exam
Number              Instructor                                                                                          Time   Day
LAW 6201            JOURNAL OF BUSINESS,                                   4:00pm-5:00pm       TH                E      NONE
CLASS 2345          ENTREPRENEURSHIP &                                     UNITS: 2
                    THE LAW27
                    SCARBERRY
                    (2ND YEAR STUDENTS)
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.

LAW 6301            JOURNAL OF BUSINESS,                                   4:00pm-5:00pm       TH                E      NONE
CLASS 2346          ENTREPRENEURSHIP &                                     UNITS: 1
                    THE LAW28
                    SCARBERRY
                    (3RD YEAR STUDENTS)

LAW 131201 LAND USE PLANNING                                               4:00pm-5:30pm       MW                SR4    5/5    1:00pm
CLASS 2348 SAXER                                                           UNITS: 3

LAW 249201 LAW AND BIOTECHNOLOGY                                           4:00pm-6:00pm       TH                B      NONE
CLASS 2349 SAVIT                                                           UNITS: 2
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.

LAW 60005 LAW AND SEXUAL ETHICS                                            1:40pm-3:10pm       TTH               SR1    5/6    1:00pm
CLASS 2352 ALFORD                                                          UNITS: 3

LAW 120001 LAW AND THE VISUAL ARTS                                         10:20am-12:20pm     TH                SR3    5/4    8:30am
CLASS 2347 ROOSA                                                           UNITS: 2

LAW 130101 LAW OFFICE MANAGEMENT                                           6:00pm-8:00pm       TH                C      5/6    8:30am
CLASS 2353 SELBAK                                                          UNITS: 2

LAW 201             LAW REVIEW29                                           4:00pm-5:00pm       TH                G      NONE
CLASS 2354          (2ND YEAR STUDENTS)                                    UNITS: 2
                    CHILDRESS
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.

LAW 301             LAW REVIEW30                                           4:00pm-5:00pm       TH                G      NONE
CLASS 2355          (3RD YEAR STUDENTS)                                    UNITS: 1
                    CHILDRESS

LAW 12201 LEGAL HISTORY31                                                  2:50pm-4:50pm       M                 SR1    NONE
CLASS 2356 LARSON                                                          UNITS: 2
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.



27       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
28       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
29       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
30       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
31       The focus of this semester’s course will be on American Legal History.

                                                                                  27
                                                            Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                     Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                      Time                       Day                Room      Exam                 Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                                Time                 Day
LAW 278201 LICENSING32                                               5:00pm-7:00pm              M                  CR        5/5                  1:00pm
CLASS 2361 GUMER                                                     UNITS: 2

LAW 186301 MEDIA AND THE LAW                                         11:00am-12:30pm            T                  TCR       5/4                  1:00pm
CLASS 2362 COSSACK                                                   UNITS: 3                   TH                 CR

LAW 142201 MEDIATION THEORY                                          4:00pm-6:00pm              M                  A         NONE
CLASS 2363 AND PRACTICE                                              UNITS: 2
           REISBERG
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2368 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 142202 MEDIATION THEORY                                          6:00pm-9:30pm              THF                SR1       NONE
CLASS 2364 AND PRACTICE                                              8:30am-4:30pm              S
           WOODLEY
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: February 24-25, and March
                   10-11. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, February 26th and March 12th , from 8:30am-4:30pm.
                   Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not enroll in this class.
                   Use CLASS 2369 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 142203 MEDIATION THEORY                                          6:00pm-9:30pm              THF                SR1       NONE
CLASS 2365 AND PRACTICE                                              8:30am-4:30pm              S
           CRAVEN                                                    UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2370 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: January 20-21, and February
                   3-4. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, January 22nd and February 5th, from 8:30am-4:30pm.
                   Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not enroll in this class.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 142204 MEDIATION THEORY                                          6:00pm-9:30pm              THF                SR1 NONE
CLASS 2366 AND PRACTICE                                              8:30am-4:30pm              S                  A (Feb 12th only)
           BELL                                                      UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2371 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   Special Format: This class will meet on two Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00pm-9:30 pm: January 27-28, and February
                   10-11. In addition, this class also has two mandatory Saturday sessions, January 29th and February 12th, from 8:30am-4:30pm.
                   Students who cannot participate in both Saturday sessions should not enroll in this class.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 226201 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS33                                  11:00am-12:30pm            TTH                A         5/4                  1:00pm
CLASS 2372 ANDERSON                                                  UNITS: 3

32       LAW 2512 Intellectual Property Survey highly recommended.
33       Prerequisite: Law 803 Corporations or Instructor Consent

                                                                            28
                                                            Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                                     Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                             Time                      Day              Room   Exam   Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                                 Time   Day
LAW 149201 NEGOTIATION THEORY                                               4:00pm-6:00pm             T                G      NONE
CLASS 2373 AND PRACTICE                                                     UNITS: 2
           COLEMAN
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students.
                   Use CLASS 2377 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 37001 PALMER CAPSTONE34                                                 9:00am-2:00pm             SAT-April 16, 2011G     NONE
CLASS 2381 BISHOP                                                           UNITS: 1

LAW 183201 PATENT LAW                                                       5:00pm-8:00pm             TH               SR4    5/5    8:30am
CLASS 2382 BROOKS                                                           UNITS: 3

LAW 280201 POLICE PRACTICES                                                 5:30pm-7:30pm             TH               CR     5/5    8:30am
CLASS 2383 LURIE                                                            UNITS: 2

LAW 129201 PRODUCTS LIABILITY                                               6:00pm-8:00pm             T                G      NONE
CLASS 2384 CUPP                                                             UNITS: 2
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division writing requirement.

LAW 228201 SELECTED ISSUES IN D.R.:35                                       4:00pm-6:00pm             M                F      NONE
CLASS 2386 FAITH-BASED DIPLOMACY                                            UNITS: 2
           & INT’L PEACEMAKING
           COX
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   Priority enrollment for JD/Certificate and JD/MDR students
                   Use CLASS 2388 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.

LAW 151201 SENTENCING AND                                                   6:00pm-8:00pm             W                SR1    5/11   8:30am
CLASS 2390 CORRECTIONS                                                      UNITS: 2
           SNYDER

LAW 60007 SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                           4:00pm-6:00pm             T                F      NONE
CLASS 2391 MILBRANDT                                                        UNITS: 2

LAW 125201 SPORTS LAW                                                       2:50pm-4:20pm             MW               B      5/10   1:00pm
CLASS 2389 WESTON                                                           UNITS: 3




34       Must be a third-year law student and enrolled in Palmer program.
35       Prerequisite: LAW 1422 Mediation Theory and Practice or LAW 1392 Alternative Dispute Resolution.

                                                                                   29
                                                      Upper Division Elective Courses
                                                               Spring 2011

Course             Course Title                                   Time                         Day             Room   Exam              Exam
Number             Instructor                                                                                         Time              Day
LAW 92201 TRADEMARKS, UNFAIR                                      6:00pm-8:00pm                TH              A      5/6               8:30am
CLASS 2393 COMPETITION AND UNFAIR                                 UNITS: 2
           TRADE PRACTICES
           PHILPOTT

LAW 40201 TRIAL PRACTICE*                                         6:00pm-9:00pm                M               TCR    NONE
CLASS 2397 MCCOY
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 16                                   UNITS: 3
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 40202 TRIAL PRACTICE*                                         2:50pm-5:50pm                T               TCR    NONE
CLASS 2398 SHARER                                                 UNITS: 3
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 16
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 40203          TRIAL PRACTICE*                                6:00pm-9:00pm                W               TCR    NONE
CLASS 2399         ADAMSON                                        UNITS: 3
                   ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 16
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 117101 TRIAL PREP. & SET. (CRIM)**36 6:00pm-8:00pm                                         M               SR1    NONE
CLASS 2394 KARLAN                        UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 117201 TRIAL PREP. & SET. (CIV)**                             6:00pm-8:00pm                M               A      NONE
CLASS 2395 BARBA                                                  UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 24
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 97201 WAR CRIMES                                              4:00pm-6:00pm                TH              F      5/5               8:30am
CLASS 2396 EINHORN                                                UNITS: 2




* Only students who have taken, or are currently enrolled in, LAW 904 Evidence may take Trial Practice. Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
** Only students who have taken, or are currently enrolled in, LAW 904 Evidence may take Trial Prep. & Set. Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.




36       Prerequisite: LAW 822 Criminal Procedure.

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            SPRING 2011 CLINICAL LAW COURSES
                                                  April 1, 2011
                                                    1:35 p.m.


                         NOTES ON 2011 CLINICAL LAW COURSES


If you think you are interested in participating in an externship during the spring semester but have not yet
secured a position, you must notify Rian Curley (room 331A; rian.curley@pepperdine.edu) or Professor
Serafino (room 376; laurie.serafino@pepperdine.edu) of that intention by January 28, 2011.

If you have a pending or secured externship, you must also attend one of the mandatory orientation
meetings as well as a weekly clinical seminar, unless you have previously attended the orientation and
seminar.


               All seminars will begin meeting the second week of the semester

               Summer 2011 Externship Orientation – April 25 or April 26

               Law firms do not qualify for externship credit
               Externship students must enroll in both fieldwork and a clinical seminar through the
                Clinical Programs Office in room 331A. In-house clinical students may enroll via
                Wavenet.
               All externships must be approved in advance by Professor Serafino, Director of Clinical
                Programs. Students must register with the Clinical Programs Office by January 28,
                2011. All clinical courses are graded High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.




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                                                                  Clinical Law Courses
                                                                       Spring 2011

Course              Course Title                                             Time                              Day                    Room        Exam                    Exam
Number              Instructor                                                                                                                    Time                    Day
LAW 35501 CLINICAL-ENTER. LAW37 Fieldwork hrs., Maximum 4 units                                                                                   NONE
                    (Students must enroll in BOTH – 035501 Fieldwork AND 035601 – Seminar.)

LAW 35601 ENTER. LAW SEMINAR38                                               9:10am-10:10am                    W                      A           NONE
          COSSACK                                                            UNITS: 1

LAW 32001 ASYLUM CLINIC39                                                    6:30pm-8:30pm                     W                      A           NONE
CLASS 2402 EINHORN                                                           UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 16
                   This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 39501 FAMILY LAW CLINIC40                                                5:00pm-7:00pm                     M                      SR2         NONE
CLASS 2464 STRINGFELLOW-OTEY                                                 UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 7
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.
                     Students meet in the class for 7 weeks from January 10, 2011, through February 28, 2011. In addition, students are
                    required to register for four hours of fieldwork per week at the Union Rescue Mission for the entirety of the semester.
                    Students must enroll in one of five fieldwork sessions listed below. Please email Professor Stringfellow-Otey at
                    Brittany.Stringfellow@pepperdine.edu with any questions.

                    LAW 39502              Tuesday          9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2466
                    LAW 39503              Wednesday        9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2467
                    LAW 39504              Wednesday        1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2468
                    LAW 39505              Thursday         9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2470
                    LAW 39506              Thursday         1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2471

LAW 33001 INVESTOR ADV CLINIC41                                              4:00pm-6:00pm                     W                      SR2         NONE
CLASS 3032 UHL                                                               UNITS: TBA

LAW 31501 CLINICAL-JUDICIAL42                                                Fieldwork hrs., Maximum 10 units                                     NONE
                    (Students must enroll in BOTH – 31501 Fieldwork AND LAW 31601 Seminar.)

LAW 31601 JUDICIAL SEMINAR43                                                 5:00pm-7:00pm                     W                      SR3         NONE
          KAMINS                                                             UNITS: 1
                    Alternate Weeks- Commencing on January 19, 2011.

LAW 34501 CLINICAL-PUB. INTEREST44                                           Fieldwork hrs., Maximum 4 units                                      NONE
                    (Students must enroll in BOTH – 34501 Fieldwork AND LAW 34601 Seminar.)




37       Graded as Pass/Fail.
38       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
39       Prerequisite: LAW 2682 Asylum & Refugee Law. Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
40       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail. Students are permitted to enroll via Wavenet for 2 units. Students can receive an additional two units for participation
         in an in-house clinic but must first receive written permission from the Director of the Clinical Programs Office, Professor Serafino.
41       Prerequisite: LAW 1642 Arbitration Law in the Securities Industry. Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
42       Graded as Pass/Fail.
43       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
44       Graded as Pass/Fail.

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                                                                   Clinical Law Courses
                                                                        Spring 2011

Course              Course Title                                             Time                              Day                    Room        Exam                    Exam
Number              Instructor                                                                                                                    Time                    Day
LAW 34601 PUBLIC INTEREST SEM.45                                             2:50pm-3:50pm                     TH                     SR2         NONE
          SERAFINO                                                           UNITS: 1

LAW 34001 SPECIAL ED. ADV. CLINIC46                                          6:00pm-8:00pm                     T                      SR4         NONE
CLASS 2414 PETERSON                                                          UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 12
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.

LAW 38501 LEGAL AID CLINIC 47                                                2:50pm-4:50pm                     M                      SR2         NONE
CLASS 2474 STRINGFELLOW-OTEY                                                 UNITS: 2
           ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 7
                    This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.
                    Students meet in the class for 7 weeks from January 10, 2011, through February 28, 2011. In addition, students are
                    required to register for four hours of fieldwork per week at the Union Rescue Mission for the entirety of the semester.
                    Students must enroll in one of five fieldwork sessions listed below. Please email Professor Stringfellow-Otey at
                    Brittany.Stringfellow@pepperdine.edu with any questions.

                    LAW 38502              Tuesday          9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2475
                    LAW 38503              Wednesday        9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2476
                    LAW 38504              Wednesday        1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2477
                    LAW 38505              Thursday         9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2478
                    LAW 38506              Thursday         1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.      (enrollment limit 4)     CLASS 2479


LAW 36501 CLINICAL-GOVT. LAW48 Fieldwork hrs., Maximum 4 units                                                                                    NONE
                    (Students must enroll in BOTH – 036501 Fieldwork AND 036601 – Seminar.)


LAW 36601 GOVT. LAW SEM.49                                                   4:00pm-5:00pm                     W                      C           NONE
          SERAFINO                                                           UNITS: 1

LAW 33501 CLINICAL-CRIMINAL50                                     Fieldwork hrs., Maximum 6 units                                                 NONE
                    (Students must enroll in BOTH – 033501 Fieldwork AND 033601 – Seminar.)

LAW 33601 CRIMINAL EXTERNSHIP SEM.51 4:00pm-5:00pm                                                             T                      SR3         NONE
          ADAMSON                    UNITS: 1


45       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
46       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail. Students are permitted to enroll via Wavenet for 2 units. Students can receive an additional two units for participation
         in an in-house clinic but must first receive written permission from the Director of the Clinical Programs Office, Professor Serafino. Prerequisite: LAW
         1882 Special Education Law .
47       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail. Students are permitted to enroll via Wavenet for 2 units. Students can receive an additional two units for participation
         in an in-house clinic but must first receive written permission from the Director of the Clinical Programs Office, Professor Serafino.
48       Graded as Pass/Fail.
49       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail.
50       Graded as Pass/Fail. This externship is open to all students working at criminal law agencies. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: LAW 822 Criminal Procedure.
         Students who will be appearing in court are required to have completed or be concurrently enrolled in LAW 904 Evidence. It is strongly recommended that
         students have completed both LAW 904 Evidence and LAW 1171 Trial Preparation & Settlement (Criminal).
51       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail. Prerequisite or Co-requisite LAW 822 Criminal Procedure.



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                                                               Straus Clinical Law Courses
                                                                      Spring 2011

Course               Course Title                                          Time                              Day                   Room       Exam                  Exam
Number               Instructor                                                                                                               Time                  Day
LAW 38001            MEDIATION CLINIC52                                    6:00pm-8:00pm                     W                     SR2        NONE
CLASS 2424           FACTOR                                                9:00am-1:00pm                     Sat (Jan 22)          SR2
                     ENROLLMENT LIMIT: 12                                  UNITS: 2
                     Priority enrollment for LLM and Masters students only.
                     JD/Certificate and Certificate students use CLASS 2425 to place yourself on the waitlist if not eligible for priority enrollment.
                     This class also has a mandatory Saturday session, January 22, 2011, from 9:00am-1:00pm. Students who cannot participate in the
                     Saturday session should not enroll in this class.
                     This course provides an opportunity for fulfilling the upper-division skills requirement.




52       Graded as High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail. The Mediation Clinic offers students the opportunity to mediate actual disputes. The Mediation Clinic will require 2 hours
         of class time weekly (scheduled) and approximately 8 hours of fieldwork per week. Students are advised to leave two time blocks (2 mornings, 2 afternoons or 1
         of each) in their schedule to accommodate mediations at various courthouses throughout Los Angeles County. Prerequisite: LAW 1422 Mediation Theory and
         Practice.




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                         First Year Section A Class Schedule
                                     Spring 2011

Course    Course Title                  Time                   Day            Room   Exam     Exam
Number    Instructor                                                                 Time     Day




LAW 76201 CIVIL PROCEDURE II            9:10am-10:10am         WF             G      5/9      8:30am
          OGDEN                         UNITS: 2



LAW 61301 CONTRACTS II                  11:30am-12:30pm        MTTH           C      5/13     8:30am
          HELFAND                       UNITS: 3



LAW 62201 CRIMINAL LAW                  1:40pm-3:10pm          MW*            CR     5/5      8:30am
          CALDWELL                      UNITS: 3
          *On Mondays, this class will end at 3:25pm to provide for administrative updates.




LAW 71301 PROPERTY II                   10:20am-11:20am        MWF            G      5/3      8:30am
          SAXER                         UNITS: 3



LAW 66301 TORTS II                      1:40pm-2:40pm          TTHF           E      5/11     8:30am
          CUPP                          UNITS: 3




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                         First Year Section B Class Schedule
                                     Spring 2011
Course    Course Title                  Time                   Day            Room   Exam     Exam
Number    Instructor                                                                 Time     Day




LAW 76202 CIVIL PROCEDURE II            1:40pm-2:40pm          WF             C      5/9      8:30am
          GOODNO                        UNITS: 2



LAW 61302 CONTRACTS II                  10:20am-11:20am        MWF            E      5/13     8:30am
          BOLIEK                        UNITS: 3


LAW 62202 CRIMINAL LAW                  1:40pm-2:40pm          MTTH *         C      5/5      8:30am
          MCNEAL                        UNITS: 3
          *On Mondays, this class will end at 2:55pm to provide for administrative updates.

LAW 71302 PROPERTY II                   11:30am-12:30pm        TWTH           E      5/3      8:30am
          NELSON                        UNITS: 3



LAW 66302 TORTS II                      8:40am-10:10am         MWF**          E      5/11     8:30am
          GASH                          UNITS: 3
          ** This course will meet three hours per week on average.




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                     First Year Section C Class Schedule
                                 Spring 2011

Course    Course Title                  Time                   Day            Room   Exam     Exam
Number    Instructor                                                                 Time     Day



LAW 76203 CIVIL PROCEDURE II            9:10am-10:10am         MW             D      5/9      8:30am
          CHILDRESS                     UNITS: 2



LAW 61303 CONTRACTS II                  1:40pm-3:10pm          TTH            G      5/13     8:30am
          POPOVICH                      UNITS: 3



LAW 62203 CRIMINAL LAW                  1:40pm-2:40pm          MWF*           G      5/5      8:30am
          CHASE                         UNITS: 3
          *On Mondays, this class will end at 2:55pm to provide for administrative updates.


LAW 71303 PROPERTY II                   11:30am-12:30pm        MTTH           G      5/3      8:30am
          WENDEL                        UNITS: 3



LAW 66303 TORTS II                      10:20am-11:20am        MWF            CR     5/11     8:30am
          COCHRAN                       UNITS: 3




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               First Year Legal Research and Writing Groups
                                Spring 2011
LAW 18201 LEGAL RESEARCH II                                         (Day) (Room)
               FARRELL                            UNITS: 2
               GROUP 1                            10:20am-11:20am   T     CR

               Subsection 1-1 (Section A only)   9:10am-10:10am     TH    G
               Subsection 1-2 (Section B only)   2:50pm-3:50pm      TH    E
               Subsection 1-3 (Section C only)   10:20am-11:20am    TH    G

LAW 18202 LEGAL RESEARCH II
               MCGOLDRICK                        UNITS: 2
               GROUP 2                           10:20am-11:20am    T     C

               Subsection 2-1 (Section A only)   9:10am-10:10am     TH    A
               Subsection 2-2 (Section B only)   2:50pm-3:50pm      TH    F
               Subsection 2-3 (Section C only)   10:20am-11:20am    TH    SR2

LAW 18203 LEGAL RESEARCH II
               REED                              UNITS: 2
               GROUP 3                           10:20am-11:20am    T     B

               Subsection 3-1 (Section A only)   9:10am-10:10am     TH    B
               Subsection 3-2 (Section B only)   2:50pm-3:50pm      TH    CR
               Subsection 3-3 (Section C only)   10:20am-11:20am    TH    B


LAW 18204 LEGAL RESEARCH II
               BUTLER                            UNITS: 2
               GROUP 4                           10:20am-11:20am    T     G

               Subsection 4-1 (Section A only)   9:10am-10:10am     TH    C
               Subsection 4-2 (Section B only)   2:50pm-3:50pm      TH    C
               Subsection 4-3 (Section C only)   10:20am-11:20am    TH    C




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