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9.2.2011    MONDAY                                        TUESDAY                                            WEDNESDAY                                       THURSDAY                                     FRIDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Time &
Room        Course                   Prof        LAW      Course                   Prof       LAW      Rm    Course                   Prof         LAW       Course                  Prof        LAW      Course            Prof            LAW        Room


            Upper division make                           Upper division make                          8     Upper division Make                             First year (day) Make                        Upper division
8:00 am     up                       8 AM        8 AM     up                       8 AM       8 AM     AM    Up                       8 AM         8 AM      up hour                 8 AM        8 AM     make up hour      8 AM            8 AM       8 AM

02 (118)                                                                                               02                                                                                                                                              02 (118)
03 (118)                                                                                               03                                                                                                                                              03 (118)
04 (118)                                                                                               04                                                                                                                                              04 (118)
117 (16)                                                                                               117                                                                                                                                             117 (16)
263 (24)                                                                                               263                                                                                                                                             263 (24)
264 (16)                                                                                               264                                                                                                                                             264 (16)
302 (65)                                                                                               302                                                                                                                                             302 (65)
303 (180) Crim Law (ABGHIJ)          Walker      822-02   Crim Law (ABGHIJ)        Walker     822-02   303   Crim Law (ABGHIJ)        Walker       822-02                                                                                              303 (180)
304 (46)    Crim Law (KL)            Flanders    822-01                                                304   Crim Law (KL)            Flanders     822-01                                                 Crim Law (KL)     Flanders        822-01 304 (46)

305 (24)                                                                                               305                                                                                                                                             305 (24)
                                     Kutnik-                                                                                                                                                                                Kutnik-
306 (60)    LRW-0D                   Bauder      880-0D                                                306   LRW-0D                   Kutnik-Bauder 880-0D                                                LRW-0D            Bauder          880-0D 306 (60)
307 (56)                                                                                               307                                                                                                                                         307 (56)
JR (30)                                                                                                JR                                                                                                                                              JR (30)


CR (102)                                                                                               CR                                                                                                                                              CR (102)




                                                                                                       9                                                                                                  Upper Division
9:00 am     9 AM                     9 AM        9 AM     9 AM                     9 AM       9 AM     AM    9 AM                     9 AM         9 AM      9 AM                    9 AM        9 AM     Make Up hour      9 AM            9 AM       9 AM
02 (118)                                                                                               02                                                                                                                                              02 (118)

                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contracts (ABHN)
03 (118)                                                  Con Law II               Goldman    820-01   03    Con Law II               Goldman      820-01 Con Law II                 Goldman     820-01   (930-1045)       Gatter           720-03 03 (118)
04 (118)    Evidence                 Stewart     810-01   Evidence                 Stewart    810-01   04    Evidence                 Stewart      810-01 Evidence                   Stewart     810-01                                                04 (118)
                                                          Sem: Critical Race
117 (16)                                                  Theory (9-1050)          Miller     86H-99   117                                                                                                                                             117 (16)
263 (24)                                                                                               263                                                                                                                                             263 (24)

            National Security Law                                                                            National Security Law
264 (16)    (9-1015)                 Eppinger    917-01                                                264   (9-1015)                 Eppinger     917-01                                                                                              264 (16)
            Crim Pro Adjudication                                                                                                                            Federal Courts (9-
302 (65)    (9-1050)                 Miller      825-01   Federal Courts (9-1015) McCormick   802-01   302                                                   1015)                   McCormick   802-01                                                302 (65)

303 (180)                                                 Torts (DKL) (915-1030)   Wilson     740-01   303   Torts (DKL) (930-1020) Wilson         740-01 Torts (DKL) (915-1030) Wilson          740-01                                                303 (180)

304 (46)    Torts- (IJ) (915-1030)   Ziegler     740-0B                                                304   Torts- (IJ) (915-1030)   Ziegler      740-0B Torts- (IJ)                Ziegler     740-0B                                            304 (46)
305 (24)    LRW I (A)                Bredehoft   880-0A                                                305   LRW I (A)                Bredehoft    880-0A LRW I (A)                  Bredehoft   880-0A LRW I (E)           Rollins         880-0E 305 (24)

306 (60)    Conflicts (930-1045)     Jordan      850-01   Conflicts (930-1045)     Jordan     850-01   306                                                                                                                                             306 (60)

307 (56)                                                  LRW (C )                 Schulz     880-0C   307                                                   LRW (C )                Schulz      880-0C LRW (C )            Schulz          880-0C 307 (56)
JR (30)                                                                                                JR                                                                                                                                              JR (30)
CR (102)                                                                                               CR                                                                                                                                              CR (102)
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9.2.2011   MONDAY                                        TUESDAY                                              WEDNESDAY                                      THURSDAY                                     FRIDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Time &
Room       Course                   Prof        LAW      Course                   Prof         LAW      Rm    Course                   Prof         LAW      Course                  Prof        LAW      Course             Prof            LAW        Room

10:00 AM 10 AM                      10 AM       10 AM    10 AM                    10 AM        10 AM    10    10 AM                    10 AM        10 AM    10 AM                   10 AM       10 AM    10 AM              10 AM           10 AM      10:00 AM

02 (118)                                                 Tax                     Kaufman       790-02   02                                                   Tax (10-1150)           Kaufman     790-02                                                 02 (118)
                                                         Contracts (ABHN) (1030-                                                                                                                          Contracts (ABHN)
03 (118)                                                 1145)                   Gatter        720-03   03                                                                                                (930-1045)       Gatter            720-03 03 (118)
           Trusts & Estates (10-                         Business Associations                                Trusts & Estates (10-                        Business Associations
04 (118)   1150)                    Fogel       774-01   (10-1150)               Greaney       780-01   04    1150)                    Fogel        774-01 (10-1150)              Greaney        780-01                                                 04 (118)
                                                                                                                                                           Sem: Politics,
                                                                                                                                                           Economics/Sociology in
                                                         Sem: Critical Race                                   Negotiation: Theory                          Education Law (10-
117 (16)                                                 Theory (9-1050)          Miller       86H-99   117   and Strategy (10-1150) Needham        718-02 1150)                  Taylor         86H-03                                                 117 (16)

263 (24)                                                                                                263                                                                                                                                             263 (24)
           National Security Law
264 (16)   (9-10:15)                Eppinger    917-01                                                  264                                                                                                                                             264 (16)
                                                                                                                                                             Federal Courts (9-
           Crim Pro Adjudication                         Federal Courts (9-1015)/ McCormick/   802-01/                                                       1015)/ IP Survey (1030- McCormick/ 802-01/ Moot Court (10-
302 (65)   (9-1050)                 Miller      825-01   IP Survey (1030-1145)    Liebesman    702-01 302                                                    1145)                   Liebesman 702-01 1150)                  Rollins         897-03 302 (65)
                                                                                                              Torts (DKL) (930-
          Contracts (GIJK) (1040-                                                                             1020)/ Contracts                       740-01/
303 (180) 1155)                   Bodie         720-02   Torts (DKL) (915-1030)   Wilson       740-01   303   (GIJK) (1040-1155)       Wilson/ Bodie 720-02 Torts (DKL) (915-1030) Wilson        740-01                                                 303 (180)
                                                       Crim Law (CD) (1045-                                                                                Crim Law (CD) (1045-                           Moot Court (10-    Van
304 (46)   Torts- (IJ) (915-1030)   Ziegler     740-0B 1200)                      McCormick    822-03   304   Torts- (IJ) (915-1030)   Ziegler      740-0B 1200)                     McCormick   822-0    1150)              denberg         897-04 304 (46)
                                                       International Trade (10-
305 (24)   LRW I (E)                Rollins     880-0E 1150)                      Wagner       848-01   305   LRW I (E)                Rollins      880-0E                                                                                              305 (24)

306 (60)   Conflicts (930-1045)     Jordan      850-01   Conflicts (930-1045)     Jordan       850-01   306   Crim Law (MN)            SpearIt      822-04 Crim Law (MN)             SpearIt     822-04                                                 306 (60)
                                                                                                              National Security Law
           Torts (AB) (10:30-                                                                                 (9-1015)/Torts- (AB)
307 (56)   11:45)                   Hansford    740-03   LRW-0G                   Kowach       880-0G   307   (1030-1145)              Hansford     740-03 LRW-0G                    Kowach      880-0G LRW-0G               Kowach          880-0G 307 (56)
           Religion and First                                                                                 Religion and First
JR (30)    Amendment                Flanders    797-01                                                  JR    Amendment                Flanders     797-01                                                                                              JR (30)
                                                                                                                                                             Trial Ad Sm Grp E(10-
CR (102)   Moot Court I (10-1150)   Goldsmith   897-02                                                  CR                                                   1150)                   Cates       894-3E                                                 CR (102)

11:00 am 11 AM                      11 AM       11 AM    11 AM                    11 AM        11 AM    11    11 AM                    11 AM        11 AM    11 AM                   11 AM       11 AM    11 AM              11 AM           11 AM      11:00 am

02 (118)   Con Law II               Walker      820-03   Con Law II               Walker       820-03   02    Con Law II               Walker       820-03 Tax (10-1150)             Kaufman     790-02                                                 02 (118)
                                                         Contracts (ABHN) (1030-                              Civil Procedure                                                                             Civil Procedure
03 (118)   Civil Procedure (CDMN) Redding       800-03   1145)                   Gatter        720-03   03    (CDMN)                   Redding      800-03 Civil Procedure (JKL)     Cerminara   800-02   (JKL)              Cerminara       800-02 03 (118)
           Trusts & Estates (10-                         Business Associations                                Trusts & Estates (10-                        Business Associations
04 (118)   1150)                  Fogel         774-01   (10-1150)               Greaney       780-01   04    1150)                    Fogel        774-01 (10-1150)                 Greaney     780-01                                                 04 (118)
                                                                                                                                                           Sem: Politics,
                                                                                                                                                           Economics/Sociology in
                                                                                                              Negotiation: Theory                          Education Law (10-
117 (16)                                                                                                117   and Strategy (10-1150) Needham        718-02 1150)                  Taylor         86H-03                                                 117 (16)

263 (24)                                                                                                263                                                                                                                                             263 (24)
264 (16)                                                                                                264                                                                                                                                             264 (16)
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Moot Court (10-
302 (65)                                                 IP Survey (1030-1145)    Liebesman    702-01   302                                                  IP Survey (1030-1145) Liebesman     702-01   1150)              Rollins         897-03 302 (65)
          Contracts (GIJK) (1040-                                                                             Contracts (GIJK)
303 (180) 1155)                   Bodie         720-02                                                  303   (1040-1155)              Bodie        720-02                                                                                              303 (180)
                                                       Crim Law (CD) (1045-                                                                                Crim Law (CD) (1045-                           Moot Court I (10- Van
304 (46)   Elder Law                Gilchrist   719-01 1200)                      McCormick    822-03   304   Elder Law                Gilchrist    719-01 1200)                     McCormick   822-0    1150)             denberg          897-04 304 (46)
                                                       International Trade (10-
305 (24)   LRW-0H                   Bredehoft   880-0H 1150)                      Wagner       848-01   305   LRW-0H                   Bredehoft    880-0H LRW-0H                    Bredehoft   880-0H                                                 305 (24)
306 (60)                                                 Crim Law (E)             Wilson       822-05   306   Crim Law (E)             Wilson       822-05 Crim Law (E)              Wilson      822-05   Crim Law (MN)      SpearIt         822-04 306 (60)
           Torts- (AB) (1030-                                                                                 Torts- (AB) (1030-
307 (56)   1145)                    Hansford    740-03                                                  307   1145)                    Hansford     740-03 Torts (AB)                Hansford    740-03                                                 307 (56)
JR (30)                                                  LRW-I (i)                Schulz       880-0i   JR                                                   LRW-I (i)               Schulz      880-0i   LRW-I (i)          Schulz          880-0i     JR (30)
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9.2.2011   MONDAY                                              TUESDAY                                            WEDNESDAY                                      THURSDAY                                         FRIDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Time &
Room       Course                        Prof         LAW      Course                  Prof        LAW      Rm    Course                  Prof          LAW      Course                     Prof         LAW      Course               Prof            LAW        Room
                                                                                                                                                                 Trial Ad Sm Grp E(10-
CR (102)   Moot Court I (10-1150)        Goldsmith    897-02                                                CR                                                   1150)                      Cates        894-3E                                                   CR (102)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Student
           Student Organization                                Academic Advising                                                                                 Career Services                                  Organization
Noon       Meetings                      Noon         Noon     Programs                MASS        Noon     12    Noon                    Noon          Noon     Programs                   Noon         Noon     Meetings             Noon            Noon       Noon



1:00 pm    1 PM                          1 PM         1 PM     1 PM                    1 PM        1 PM     1     1 PM                    1 PM          1 PM     1 PM                       1 PM         1 PM     1 PM                 1 PM            1 PM       1:00 pm
           Commercial                                          Commercial                                         Contracts (CDELM) (1-                        Commercial
02 (118)   Transactions                  Korybut      730-01   Transactions            Korybut     730-01   02    215)                  Cherry          720-01 Transactions                 Korybut      730-01                                                   02 (118)
           Health Care Law (1-
03 (118)   250)                          Watson       757-01   Health Care Law         Watson      757-01   03                                                                                                                                                    03 (118)

04 (118)   Evidence                      Lewis        810-02   Evidence                Lewis       810-02   04    Evidence                Lewis         810-02 Evidence                     Lewis        810-02                                                   04 (118)

117 (16)   Jurisprudence (1-250)         Griesbach    710-01                                                117                                                                                                                                                   117 (16)
263 (24)                                                                                                    263                                                                                                                                                   263 (24)
264 (16)                                                       Pre-law class           Rollins              264                                                                                                                                                   264 (16)
           International Law (1-
302 (65)   250)                          Dore         842-01   Evidence                Obrien      810-04   302   Evidence                Obrien        810-04 Evidence                     Obrien       810-04   Evidence             Obrien          810-04 302 (65)
          Civil Procedure (EGH)
303 (180) (1-250)                        Petroski     800-04   Torts (CEMN) (1-215)    Parasidis   740-04   303                                                  Torts (CEMN) (1-215)       Parasidis    740-04                                                   303 (180)
                                         Kutnik-
304 (46)   Pre-trial litigation skills   Bauder       920-3A LRW-0B                    Carfield    880-0B   304   Pre-trial litigation skills Kutnik-Bauder 920-3A LRW-0B                   Carfield     880-0B LRW-0B            Carfield             880-0B 304 (46)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Client Counseling
305 (24)   LRW-I (K)                     Mulholland   880-0K                                                305   LRW-I (K)             Mulholland      880-0K LRW-I (K)                    Mulholland   880-0K (1-250)           Roediger             891-01 305 (24)
           Environmental Law (1-                                                                                  Environmental Law (1-
306 (60)   215)                          Williams     766-01   LRW-I (J)               Kowach      880-0J   306   215)                  Williams        766-01 LRW-I (J)                    Kowach       880-0J   LRW-I (J)            Kowach          880-0J 306 (60)

307 (56)   LRW-1(L)                 Sanner            880-0L                                                307                                                  LRW-1(L)                   Sanner       880-0L   Torts (GH)           Cerminara       740-02 307 (56)
           State and Local Govt (1-                                                                                                                                                                               State and Local
JR (30)    215)                     Rost              835-01                                                JR                                                                                                    Govt (1-215)         Rost                       JR (30)
CR (102)                                                                                                    CR                                                                                                                                                    CR (102)
                                                                                                                  2 PM (Faculty                                                                                   1st year make
2:00 pm    2 PM                          2 PM         2 PM     2 PM                      2 PM      2 PM     2     meetings)             2 PM            2 PM     2 PM                       2 PM         2 PM     up hour              2 PM            2 PM       2 PM
                                                               Contracts (CDELM) (230-                            Contracts (CDELM) (1-
02 (118)                                                       345)                      Cherry    720-01   02    215)                  Cherry          720-01                                                                                                    02 (118)
           Health Care Law (1-                                 Business Associations (2-                                                                         Business Associations
03 (118)   250)                          Watson       757-01   350)                      Wagner    780-02   03                                                   (2-350)                    Wagner       780-02                                                   03 (118)

04 (118)   Labor Law (230-345)           FitzGibbon   830-01                                                04                                                                                                                                                    04 (118)
                                                                                                                                                               Sem: Sentencing Law
117 (16)   Jurisprudence (1-250)         Griesbach    710-01                                                117   Moot Court II           Canfield      898-01 and Policy (2-350)           Branham      86H-1A                                                   117 (16)
                                                                                                                                                               Advanced Legal               Casey/
263 (24)                                                                                                    263                                                Research (2-350)             McDermott    878-01                                                   263 (24)
           Sem: Justice Brandeis                                                                                                                               Sem: Sentencing Law
264 (16)   (2-350)               Goldstein            86H-98 Pre-law class             Rollins              264                                                and Policy (2-350)           SpearIt      86H1B                                                    264 (16)
                                                                                                                  International Banking                        International Banking
           International Law (1-                                                                                  and Finance Law (2-                          and Finance Law (2-
302 (65)   250)                          Dore         821-02   International Law       Dore        842-01   302   350)                    Kenfack       776-02 350)                         Kenfack      776-02                                                   302 (65)
          Civil Procedure (EGH)
303 (180) (1-250)                        Petroski     800-04   Torts (CEMN) (1-215)    Parasidis   740-04   303                                                  Torts (CEMN) (1-215)       Parasidis    740-04                                                   303 (180)

304 (46)   Fiduciary Tax (2-315)         Drennan      798-01   Copyright (2-350)       Liebesman   872-02   304   Fiduciary Tax (2-315)   Drennan       798-01 Copyright                    Liebesman    872-02                                                   304 (46)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Client Counseling
305 (24)   LRW I-(N)                     Goldsmith    880-0N LRW I-(N) (230-320)       Goldsmith   880-0N   305                                                LRW I-(N) (230-320)          Goldsmith    880-0N (1-250)           Roediger             891-01 305 (24)
           Environmental Law (1-                                                                                  Environmental Law (1-                        Immigration Law (2-
306 (60)   215)                          Williams     766-01                                                306   215)                  Williams        766-01 3:50)                        Middleton    838-01                                                   306 (60)
307 (56)                                                       Education Law (2-350)   Taylor      854-01   307   Torts (GH) (2-315)      Cerminara     740-02 Torts (GH) (2-315)           Cerminara    740-02                                                   307 (56)
           State and Local Govt (1-                                                                                                                                                                               State and Local
JR (30)    215)                     Rost              835-01   Judicial Ethics         Hacking     988-01   JR                                                                                                    Govt (1-215)         Rost                       JR (30)
                                                                                                                                                                 Trial Ad II Criminal (2-
CR (102)                                                                                                    CR                                                   350)                       Hammer       895-31                                                   CR (102)
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9.2.2011      MONDAY                                          TUESDAY                                               WEDNESDAY                                       THURSDAY                                      FRIDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Time &
Room          Course                    Prof         LAW      Course                  Prof        LAW      Rm       Course                   Prof          LAW      Course                   Prof        LAW      Course               Prof            LAW        Room
                                                                                                                    Crim Def Clinic/Class
271/ clinic                                                                                                         (PS) (2-3:50)            McGraugh      984-01

3:00 pm       3 PM                      3 PM         3 PM     3 PM                    3 PM        3 PM     3        3 PM                                   3 PM     3 PM                     3 PM        3 PM     3 pm                 3pm             3 PM       3 PM

              Real Estate                                     Contracts (CDELM) (230-                               Real Estate                                   Real Estate
02 (118)      Transactions              Weinberger   770-01   345)                      Cherry    720-01   02       Transactions             Weinberger    770-01 Transactions               Weinberger 770-01                                                    02 (118)
                                                              Business Associations (2-                                                                           Business Associations
03 (118)                                                      350)                      Wagner    780-02   03                                                     (2-350)                    Wagner      780-02                                                   03 (118)

04 (118)      Labor Law (230-345)       FitzGibbon   830-01                                                04       Labor Law (330-445)      FitzGibbon    830-01                                                                                                 04 (118)
                                                                                                                                                                    Sem: Sentencing Law
117 (16)                                                                                                   117                                                      and Policy (2-350)       Branham     86H-1A                                                   117 (16)
                                                              Advanced Legal          Hartke,                                                                       Advanced Legal           Casey/
263 (24)                                                      Research (3-450)        Kullman     878-02   263                                                      Research (2-350)         McDermott   878-01                                                   263 (24)

              Sem: Justice Brandeis                                                                                                                               Sem: Sentencing Law
264 (16)      (2-350)               Goldstein        86H-98 Pre-law class             Rollins              264                                                    and Policy (2-350)         SpearIt     86H-1B                                                   264 (16)
                                                                                                                    International Banking                         International Banking
                                                                                                                    and Finance Law (2-                           and Finance Law (2-
302 (65)                                                                                                   302      350)                     Kenfack       776-02 350)                       Kenfack     776-02                                                   302 (65)

303 (180) Civ Pro (ABI)                 Jordan       800-01   Civ Pro (ABI)           Jordan      800-01   303      Evidence                 Petroski                                                                                                             303 (180)

304 (46)      Fiduciary Tax (2-315)     Drennan      798-01   Copyright (2-350)       Liebesman   872-02   304      Fiduciary Tax (2-315)    Drennan       798-01                                                                                                 304 (46)

305 (24)                                                      LRW I-(N) (230-320)     Goldsmith   880-0N   305                                                    LRW I-(N) (230-320)        Goldsmith   880-0N                                                   305 (24)
                                                                                                                                                                  Immigration Law (2-
306 (60)      Non-Labor Arbitration     Rohlik       717-01                                                306      Moot Court I             Canfield      897-01 3:50)                      Middleton   838-01   Moot Court I         Canfield        897-01 306 (60)

307 (56)                                                      Education Law (2-350)   Taylor      854-01   307      Torts (GH) (2-315)       Cerminara     740-02 Torts (GH) (2-315)         Cerminara   740-02                                                   307 (56)

JR (30)       LRW I-(M)                 Sanner       880-0M                                                JR       LRW I-(M)                Sanner        880-0M LRW I-(M)                  Sanner      880-0M                                                   JR (30)
                                                                                                                                                                  Trial Ad II Criminal (2-
CR (102)                                                                                                   CR                                                     350)                       Hammer      895-31                                                   CR (102)
                                                                                                                    Crim Def Clinic/Class
271/ clinic                                                                                                clinic   (PS) (2-3:50) (clinic)   McGraugh      984-01
                                                                                                                                                           4-550                                         4-550                                         4-550
4-550 PM 4-550 PM                                             4-550 PM                                     4-6      4-550 PM                 4-550 PM      PM     4-550 PM                   4-550 PM    PM       4-550 PM             4-550 PM        PM         4-550 PM

02 (118)      Secured Transactions      Korybut      732-01                                                02                                                                                                                                                     02 (118)
                                                                                                                    Lawyering Practice
03 (118)                                                                                                   03       (Externship class)       Hacking       985-01                                                                                                 03 (118)

04 (118)                                                                                                   04       Labor Law (330-445)      FitzGibbon    830-01                                                                                                 04 (118)

                                                              Sem: Law and                                          Negotiation: Theory
117 (16)                                                      Philosophy              Dore        86H-15   117      and Strategy             Needham       718-01                                                                                                 117 (16)
                                                              Advanced Legal          Hartke,                       Advanced Legal
263 (24)                                                      Research (3-450)        Kullman     878-02   263      Research                 Custer        878-03                                                                                                 263 (24)
                                                              Sem: Adv Topics in
                                                              Medical Mal &                                         Sem: Law and                                  Sem: Founders
264 (16)      Sem: Labor Arbitration Rohlik          860-20   Drug/Device Liability   Terry       860-21   264      Psychiatry               Goldner       86H-22 Constitution               Howard      86H-81                                                   264 (16)
                                                                                                                                             Ammann/
                                                              State Constitutional                                                           Roediger/Malk 981-01/ State Constitutional
302 (65)                                                      Law(4-515)              Wolff       814-01   302      Civil Advocacy           us            981-04 Law (4-515)                Wolff       814-01                                                   302 (65)

303 (180) Evidence (4-515)              Petroski     810-03   Evidence (4-515)        Petroski    810-03   303      Torts (CEMN) (4-450)     Parasidis     740-04                                                                                                 303 (180)
              Sem: American                                                                                         Lawyering Practice                            Urban Issues
304 (46)      Presidency                Willard      86H-94                                                304      (Externship class)       Hacking       985-01 Symposium                  Williams    707-01                                                   304 (46)

305 (24)                                                      Patent Law (5-550)      Hejlek      870-30   305      Civil Advocacy           Harrison      981-05                                                                                                 305 (24)
                                                                                                                    Comparative Law (5-
306 (60)      Comparative Law           Redding      840-01                                                306      550)                     Redding       840-01 Non-Labor Arbitration      Rohlik      717-01                                                   306 (60)
              Civil Practice (PS) (4-                                                                                                                             International Tax (5-
307 (56)      4:50)                     Ammann       890-30   International Tax       Kaufman     795-01   307      LRW 1(L)                 Sanner        880-0L 550)                       Kaufman     795-01                                                   307 (56)
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9.2.2011      MONDAY                                TUESDAY                                         WEDNESDAY                                  THURSDAY                              FRIDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Time &
Room          Course                 Prof   LAW     Course                Prof    LAW      Rm       Course                 Prof       LAW      Course            Prof       LAW      Course         Prof            LAW        Room
                                                                                                    Lawyering Practice                                           Simon/
JR (30)                                                                                    JR       (Externship class)     Hacking    985-01 Trial Ad II Civil   Dunne      895-30                                             JR (30)
                                                                                                                                                                 Simon/
CR (102)      Trial Ad I, Sm Grp H          894-3H Trial Ad I, Sm Grp B   Magee   894-3B   CR       Trial Ad I, Sm Grp D   Rea        894-3D Trial Ad II Civil   Dunne      895-30                                             CR (102)

                                                                                           271/     Applied Mediation                        Forensic Evidence
271/ clinic                                                                                clinic   Clinic(PS) (271)       Magruder   993-02 (clinic)            McGraugh   928-02
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9.2.2011    MONDAY                                          TUESDAY                                                WEDNESDAY                                     THURSDAY                                     FRIDAY
Time &                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Time &
Room        Course                   Prof          LAW      Course                   Prof          LAW       Rm    Course                 Prof          LAW      Course                 Prof         LAW      Course            Prof            LAW        Room
6:00-7:50                                          6-750                                           6-750                                                6-750                                        6-750    evening make                      6-750
PM        6-750 PM                   6-750 PM      PM       6-750 PM                 6-750 PM      PM        6-8   6-750 PM               6-750 PM      PM       6-750 PM               6-750 PM     PM       up hours          6-750 PM        PM         6-750 PM
                                                                                                                   ACTIVITY HOUR-(6-
02 (118)                                                                                                     02    650)                                                                                                                                    02 (118)

03 (118)    Health Care Law          Watson        757-30                                                    03                                                                                                                                            03 (118)

04 (118)                                                                                                     04    Trusts & Estates       Drennan       774-02                                                                                             04 (118)
            Sem: Public Health, Bio-                                                                               Sem: Copyright and                          Sem: White Collar        Adelman/
117 (16)    security                 Massa         860-77                                                    117   New Media              Pierson       860-62 Crime                    Crowe        860-78                                                117 (16)

263 (24)                                                                                                     263                                                                                                                                           263 (24)
            Civ Practice Small
264 (16)    Group A                  Campbell      890-3A Sem: Issues Non-Profit     Nash          860-46    264                                                                                                                                           264 (16)

302 (65)    Torts (P1)               Griesbach     740-30   Evidence                 Goldner       810-30    302   Torts (P1) (7-850)     Griesbach     740-30 Evidence                 Goldner      810-30                                                302 (65)


303 (180) Bankruptcy                 Lander        736-30                                                    303   Mini-Law School                                                                                                                         303 (180)
                                                                                                                                                               Crim Pro Investigation
                                                            Sports Law (6-950) (first                                                                          (6-650)/ Contracts P1    Branham/
304 (46)                                                    7 weeks of semester)      Hipskind/Todd 741-30   304   Labor Law              Wrenn         830-30 (7-850)                  FitzGibbon                                                         304 (46)
                                                                                                                   Fraud, Abuse and
305 (24)    Patent Law               Hejlek        870-30   Products Liability       Terry         742-30    305   Healthcare Regulation Randolph       912-31                                                                                             305 (24)
                                                                                                                   Fraud, Abuse and                                                     Van den
306 (60)    Con Law II               Goldstein     820-30 Unions & their Members Martin         831-30 306         Healthcare Regulation Killgore       912-30 LRW (p1) (6-650)         berg         880-30                                                306 (60)
            Con Law I (6-650)/       Howard/       819-30/ Con Law I (6-650)/ Civ               819-30/            Jury Instructions and
307 (56)    Property (7-850)         Weinberger    760-30 Pro (7-850)             Howard/ Wolff 800-30 307         Trial Practice        Noce           982-30 Property (evening)       Weinberger 760-30                                                  307 (56)
                                                                                                                   Environmental Due                           Law Practice
JR (30)     Sem: Death Penalty       Curran/Blau   86H-04 Moot Court I               Canfield      897-30    JR    Diligence              Schmittgens   777-30 Management               Mahadevan 929-30                                                   JR (30)

CR (102)    Trial Ad I, Sm Grp F     Bruns         894-3F   Trial Ad I, Sm Grp C     Champion      894-3C    CR    Trial Ad I, Sm Grp A   Burton        894-3A Trial Ad Sm Grp G        Szczucinski 894-3G                                                 CR (102)
            Civ Practice Small                            Civ Practice Small Group                                 Civ Practice Small                          Civ Practice Small
271/ clinic Group B (271)            Stevens       890-3B C                        Carter          890-3C          Group D (271)          Reeves        890-3D Group E (271)            Rushing      890-3E


                                                                                                                                                                 MAKE UP hour-9-
8-9:50 PM 8:00-10:00 PM              8-9:50 PM     8-9:50   8-9:50 PM                8-9:50 PM     8-9:50          8-9:50 PM              8-9:50 PM     8-950    950pm                  8-9:50 PM    8-950    8-9:50 PM         8-9:50 PM       8-9:50     8-9:50

02 (118)                                                                                                     02                                                                                                                                            02 (118)

03 (118)                                                    Health Care Law (8-850) Watson         757-30    03                                                                                                                                            03 (118)


04 (118)    Trusts & Estates         Drennan       774-02                                                    04                                                                                                                                            04 (118)
117 (16)                                                                                                     117                                                                                                                                           117 (16)
263 (24)                                                                                                     263                                                                                                                                           263 (24)
264 (16)                                                                                                     264                                                                                                                                           264 (16)

302 (65)                                                                                                     302   Torts (P1) (7-850)     Griesbach     740-30                                                                                             302 (65)

303 (180)                                                                                                    303   Mini-Law School                                                                                                                         303 (180)

                                                            Sports Law (6-950) (first Hipskind/                    Crim Pro
304 (46)    Labor Law (8-850)        Wrenn         830-30   7 weeks of the semester) Todd          741-30    304   (Investigation)        Branham       823-30 Contracts P1 (7-850)     FitzGibbon   720-30                                                304 (46)
            Products Liability (8-
305 (24)    850)                     Terry         742-30                                                    305                                                                                                                                           305 (24)
                                                                                                                                                       820-
                                                                                                                    Con Law II (8-850)    Goldstein/   03/880-
306 (60)    LRW 30(P1) (8-850)       Van den berg 880-30                                                     306   /LRW 30(P1) (9-950)    Van den berg 30                                                                                                  306 (60)
            Property (evening) (7-
307 (56)    850)                     Weinberger    760-30   Civ Pro (7-850)          Wolff         800-30    307                                                 Con Law I (8-850)      Howard       819-30                                                307 (56)
JR (30)                                                                                                      JR                                                                                                                                            JR (30)
CR (102)                                                                                                     CR                                                                                                                                            CR (102)
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Instructor     Instructor Last                                             Reg.                Course Section Start          End                             Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name     Name              Course Title           time          Room priority            Number Number Date            Date              Cr CRN        course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations


                                 Sem: White Collar                             3L
Terry/Jim      Adelman/Crowe     Crime                  R 6-750       117      seminar
                                                                               clinic          LAW860 78           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15020                                                 CrimC
                                                                               registration
                                 Civil Advocacy                                (on-line)-                                                 2 (3 to 4
                                 (companion class to                           Due                                                             from
John           Ammann            clinic 991-01)        W 4-550pm      302      3/11/2011       LAW981 01           8/22/11   12/2/11         clinic) 15032                 PS                           CivC, UD
                                                                               clinic
                                 Civil Advocacy Clinic                                                                                    3 to 4 (2
                                                                               registration
                                 I (must take                                  (on-line)-                                                from civil
                                 companion class                               Due                                                       advocac
John           Ammann            981-01)               clinic         clinic   3L/split- LAW991 01
                                                                               3/11/2011                           8/22/11   12/2/11      y class) 15033                   PS                           CivC, UD
                                                                               (REGIST
                                                                               ER FOR
                                                                               LARGE                                                     3 (large
                                                                               GRP       LAW890                                          + small
John           Ammann            Civil Practice         M 4-4:50      307      only)     L      30                 8/22/11   12/2/11     group) 16816                      PS                           CivC


                                                                               3L
Ellen/ Kevin   Blau/Curran       Sem: Death Penalty M 6-750pm         JR       seminar         LAW86H 04           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15026            H                                    CrimC
                                                        MW 1040-
Matthew        Bodie             Contracts I (GIJK)     1155am        303      1L              LAW720 02           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 15175

                                 Criminal Pro           W 8-950pm R 6-
Lynn           Branham           (Investigation)        650pm          304     evening         LAW823 30           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 18220


                                 Sem: Sentencing                               3L
Lynn           Branham           Law and Policy         R 2-350pm     117      seminar         LAW86H 1A           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 18218            H




Erica          Bredehoft         Legal Res.-Writing I   MWR 9-950am   305      1L              LAW880 0A           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14975




Erica          Bredehoft         Legal Res.-Writing I   MWR 11-1150   305      1L              LAW880 0H           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14979


                                                                                                                                         3 (large
                                 Trial Ad I, Sm Group                                                                                    + small
David          Bruns             F (PS)               M 6-750pm       CR       3L/split        LAW894 3F           8/22/11               group) 15145


                                                                                                                                          3 (large
                                 Trial Ad I, Sm Group Wednesday 6-                                                                        + small
Hon. Michael Burton              A                    750pm           CR       3L/split        LAW894 3A           8/22/11                 group) 15139


                                                                                                                                         3 (large
                                 Civil Practice, Sm                                                                                      + small
John           Campbell          Grp A                  M 6-750pm     264      3L/split        LAW890 3A           8/22/11   12/2/11     group) 16820                      PS
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                                Reg.         Course Section Start          End                        Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title           time             Room priority     Number Number Date            Date            Cr CRN     course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations




Canceled     Canceled          Legal Res.-Writing I   TRF 10-1050am JR       1L          LAW880 0F           8/22/11   12/2/11          3 14973




Paige        Canfield          Moot Court I           T 6-750pm        JR    evening     LAW897 30           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15024                 PS                           CivC




Paige        Canfield          Moot Court I           WF 3-350         306   2L          LAW897 01           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15164                 PS                           CivC


                                                                             NA-
Paige        Canfield          Moot Court II          W 2-250          117   assigned LAW898 30              8/22/11   12/2/11          1 15117                                              CivC



Maggie       Carfield          Legal Res.-Writing I   TRF 1-150pm      304   1L          LAW880 0B           8/22/11   12/2/11          3 14972
                                                                                                                                   3 (large
                               Civil Practice, Sm                                                                                  + small
T.C.         Carter            Grp C                  T 6-750pm        271   3L/split    LAW890 3C           8/22/11   12/2/11     group) 16824                 PS

Kathleen/                      Advanced Legal
Margaret     Casey/McDermott   Research               R 2-350          263   2L          LAW878 01           8/22/11   12/02/11         2 15933                 PS
                                                                                                                                   3 (large
                               Trial Ad I, Sm Group                                                                                + small
Judy         Cates             E (PS)               R 10-1150am        CR    3L/split    LAW894 3E           #######               group) 15143

                               Civil Procedure I
Kathy        Cerminara         (JKL)                  RF 11-1150       03    1L          LAW800 02           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15099

                                                      WR 2-315, F 1-
Kathy        Cerminara         Torts (GH)             150              307   1L          LAW740 02           8/22/11   12/2/11          4 15821
                                                                                                                                   3 (large
                               Trial Ad I, Sm Group                                                                                + small
Debbie       Champion          C (PS)               Tues 6-750pm       CR    3L/split    LAW894 3C           8/22/11               group) 15141

                                                   T 230-345pm, W
Miriam       Cherry            Contracts I (CDELM) 1-215pm        02         1L          LAW720 01           8/22/11   12/2/11          3 15102

                               Advanced Legal
Joseph       Custer            Research               W 4-550          263   2L          LAW878 03           8/22/11   12/02/11         2 15010                 PS


Issak        Dore              International Law      M 1-250, T 2-250 302   2L          LAW842 01           8/22/11   12/2/11          3 14981                         IC

                               Sem: Law and                                  3L
Issak        Dore              Philosophy             T 4-550pm        117   seminar     LAW86H 15           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15804         H               IC
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                               Reg.                Course Section Start          End                             Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title           time            Room priority            Number Number Date            Date              Cr CRN        course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations



Bill         Drennan           Fiduciary Taxation     MW 2-315        304      3L              LAW798 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14993                                                 Tx


                                                      M 8-950pm, W 6-
Bill         Drennan           Trusts & Estates       750pm           04       evening         LAW774 02           8/22/11   12/2/11            4 14980 yes



Monica       Eppinger          National Security      MW 9-1015am     264      3L              LAW917 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 16907


Susan        FitzGibbon        Contracts I            R 7-850         304      1L              LAW720 30           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15028

                                                      M 230-345, W
Susan        FitzGibbon        Labor Law              330-445         04       2L              LAW830 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14990                                          EC


Chad         Flanders          Criminal Law (KL)      MWF 8-850am     304      1L              LAW822 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 16905

                               Religion and the First
Chad         Flanders          Amendment              MW 10-1050      108      3L              LAW797 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 18221            H


Brad         Fogel             Trusts & Estates       MW 10-1150      04       2L              LAW774 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            4 14966 yes

                                                      T 1030-1145am,
Robert       Gatter            Contracts I (ABHN)     F 930-1045am   03        1L
                                                                               clinic          LAW720 03           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 18170
                                                                               registration
                               Civil Advocacy                                  (on-line)-                                                 2 (3 to 4
                               (companion class to                             Due                                                             from
Barb         Gilchrist         clinic 991-01)        W 4-550pm        clinic   3/11/2011
                                                                               clinic          LAW981 02           8/22/11   12/2/11         clinic) 17963                 PS                           CivC
                               Civil Advocacy Clinic                           registration                                               3 to 4 (2
                               I (must take                                    (on-line)-                                                from civil
Barb         Gilchrist         companion class       clinic           clinic   Due             LAW991 02           8/22/11   12/2/11     advocac 17970                     PS                           CivC, UD


Barbara      Gilchrist         Elder Law              MW 11-1150      304      3L              LAW719 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 14970                                   HC


Roger        Goldman           Constitutional Law II TWR 9-950am      03       3L              LAW820 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14988 yes



Jess         Goldner           Evidence               TR 6-750pm      302      evening         LAW810 30           8/22/11   12/2/11            4 15009 yes

                               Sem: Law and                                    3L
Jesse        Goldner           Psychiatry             W 4-550pm       264      seminar         LAW86H 22           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 18215            H                      HC


                                                      M 2-250, TR 230-
Marcia       Goldsmith         Legal Res.-Writing I   320pm            305     1L              LAW880 0N           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 18188



Marcia       Goldsmith         Moot Court I           M 10-1150am     CR       2L              LAW897 02           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15828                    PS                           CivC
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                               Reg.                Course Section Start          End                              Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title           time            Room priority            Number Number Date            Date              Cr CRN         course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations

                                                     M 6-750pm, W 8-
Joel         Goldstein         Constitutional Law II 850pm           306       evening         LAW820 30           8/22/11   12/2/11             3 15030 yes

                               Sem: Justice                                    3L
Joel         Goldstein         Brandeis               M 2-350         264      seminar         LAW86H 98           8/22/11   12/2/11             2 18184            H




                               Business
Thomas       Greaney           Associations           TR 10-1150      04       2L              LAW780 01           8/22/11   12/2/11             4 14964


John         Griesbach         Jurisprudence          M 1-250         117      3L              LAW710 01           8/22/11   12/2/11             2 14983            H

                                                   M 6-750 W 7-
John         Griesbach         Torts
                               Externship Clinic I 850                302      1L              LAW740 30           8/22/11   12/2/11              4
                                                                                                                                             3-4 (2   15106
                                                                               clinic
                               (companion course-                              registration                                                    from
Amany        Hacking           lawyering practice) NA                          (on-line)-      LAW995 01           8/22/11   12/2/11     Lawyerin
                                                                                                                                           1 (3-4     14997                 PS
                                                                               clinic
                                                                               registration                                                 from
                                                                               (on-line)-                                                 Judicial
                               Judicial Ethics and                             Due                                                       Externsh
Amany        Hacking           Court Procedure        T 2-2:50        JR       3/11/2011       LAW988 1            8/22/11   12/2/11         ip)      15035
                                                                               clinic                                                      3-4 (1
                               Judicial Process       NA (assigned to          registration                                                 from
Amany        Hacking           Extern. (PS)           judge)          NA       (on-line)-      LAW998 01           8/22/11   12/2/11       class-
                                                                                                                                           2 (3-4     15034                 PS
                                                                               clinic
                                                                               registration                                                from
                                                      Sat,11/19 from  307/S    (on-line)-                                                Externsh
                                                      9am to 5pm & W- &        Due                                                       ip clinic
Amany        Hacking           Lawyering Practice     4-550pm         03/W     3/11/2011       LAW985 01           8/22/11   12/2/11       995) 14998                       PS                           CivC, UD


Amany        Hacking           Lawyering Practice     W 4-5:50pm      304                      LAW985 01           8/22/11   12/2/11                  14998


Amany        Hacking           Lawyering Practice     W 4-5:50pm      JR                       LAW985 01           8/22/11   12/2/11                  14998


Mark         Hammer            Trial Ad II-Criminal   R 2-350         CR       3L              LAW895 31           8/22/11   12/2/11             2 15115                    PS                           CrimC

                                                      MW 1030-1145,
Justin       Hansford          Torts (AB)             R 11-1150     307        1L
                                                                               clinic      LAW740 03               8/22/11   12/2/11             4 16059
                               Civil Advocacy                                  registratio                                               2 (3 to 4
                               (companion class to                             n (on-                                                         from
Trish        Harrison          clinic 991-01)        W 4-550 pm       305      line)-Due LAW981 03                 8/22/11   12/2/11        clinic) 17967                   PS                           CivC
                                                                               clinic
                               Civil Advocacy Clinic                                                                                      3 to 4 (2
                                                                               registration
                               I (must take                                    (on-line)-                                                from civil
                               companion class                                 Due                                                       advocac
Patricia     Harrison          981-01)               clinic           clinic   3/11/2011       LAW991 03           8/22/11   12/2/11      y class) 17971                    PS                           CivC, UD

                               Advanced Legal
Lynn/David   Hartke/Kullman    Research               T 3-450         263      2L              LAW878 02           8/22/11   12/02/11            2 15932                    PS


Edward       Hejlek            Patent Law             M 6-750, T 5-550 305     evening         LAW870 30           8/22/11   12/2/11             3 14994                                                 IP
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Instructor    Instructor Last                                                  Reg.          Course Section Start          End                    Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name    Name              Course Title           time
                                                       T 6-950 (first 7   Room priority
                                                                               evening       Number Number Date            Date        Cr CRN     course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations
                                Sports Law: Labor      weeks of                (limit to
Joseph/Eric   Hipskind/Todd     Wrangling              semester)          304  24)           LAW741 30           8/22/11   10/7/11      2 15025                                       EC
                                Constitutional Law I   MT6-650, R 8-
Alan          Howard            (P2)                   850                307    1L          LAW819 30           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 14999 yes

                                Sem: Founder's                                   3L
Alan          Howard            Constitution           R 4-550            264    seminar     LAW86H 81           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 15022         H

                                Civil Procedure I
Sam           Jordan            (ABI)                  MT 3-350           303    1L          LAW800 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 15119


Sam           Jordan            Conflict of Laws       MT 930-1045        306    3L          LAW850 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 16833 yes

                                                       T 4-550pm, R 5-
Nan           Kaufman           International Tax      550pm           307       3L/split    LAW795 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 16863                         IC                   Tx

                                                       T 10-1050, R 10-
Nan           Kaufman           Taxation               1150             02       2L          LAW790 02           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15802 yes

                                                      WR 2-350pm for
                                                      seven weeks
                                International Banking from 8/22
Hughes        Kenfack           & Finance Law         through 10/9   302         3L          LAW776 02           8/22/11   10/6/11      2 18172                         IC


                                                                                 evening
                                Fraud, Abuse &                                   (limited to
Joan          Killgore          Health Care            W 6-750            306    10)         LAW912 30           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 15113                 PS             HC

                                Commercial
Michael       Korybut           Transactions           MTR 1-150pm        02     3L          LAW730 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15838 yes

                                Secured
Michael       Korybut           Transactions           M 4-550pm          02     3L/split    LAW732 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 15001 yes

Kerrin        Kowach            Legal Res.-Writing I   TRF 10-1050am 307         1L          LAW880 0G           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15120


Kerrin        Kowach            Legal Res.-Writing I   TRF 1-150pm        306    1L          LAW880 0J           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 16057


Jaqueline     Kutnik-Bauder     Legal Res.-Writing I   MWF 8-850am        306    1L
                                                                                 3L-        LAW880 0D            8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15011
                                                                                 Register
                                Pre-trial Litigation                             for large  LAW920
Jaqueline     Kutnik-Bauder     Skills (Large Group) M 1-150              304    group only L      01            8/22/11   12/2/11       17163                  PS

                                Pre-trial Litigation
Jaqueline     Kutnik-Bauder     Skills (small Group ) W 1-150             304    3L          LAW920 3A           8/22/11   12/2/11       17161                  PS

David         Lander            Bankruptcy             M 6-750            303    evening     LAW736 02           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 15123                                              BTC
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                             Reg.                Course Section Start          End                             Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title         time            Room priority            Number Number Date            Date              Cr CRN        course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations


Jeffrey      Lewis             Evidence             MTWR 1-150      04       2L              LAW810 02           8/22/11   12/2/11            4 14969 yes

                                                    T 2-350 pm, R 2-
Yvette       Liebesman         Copyright            250              304     3L              LAW872 02           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 16844                                                 IP




Yvette       Liebesman         I P Survey           TR 1030-1145    302      2L              LAW702 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14965                                                 IP



                                                                                                                                       3 (large
                               Trial Ad I, Sm Group                                                                                     + small
Thomas       Magee             B (PS)               Tues 4-550pm    CR       3L/split        LAW894 3B           8/22/11                group) 15140
                                                                                                                                       3 (1 from
                                                                             clinic                                                    compani
                                                                             registration                                                     on
                                                                             (on-line)-                                                mediatio
                               Applied Mediation                             Due                                                         n skills
Rebecca      Magruder          Clinic               NA-clinic       NA       3/11/2011
                                                                             clinic          LAW993 01           8/22/11   12/2/11        class) 14996                   PS                           CivC
                                                                             registration
                                                                             (on-line)-                                                1 (3 from
                               Applied Mediation                             Due                                                       mediatio
Rebecca      Magruder          Skills               W 4-5:50        271      3/11/2011       LAW983 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      n clinic) 14995                  PS                           CivC
                                                                             evening
                               Law Practice                                  (limit to
Nalini       Mahadevan         management           R 6-750pm       JR       20)
                                                                             clinic          LAW929 30           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 16937                    PS
                                                                             registration
                               Civil Advocacy                                (on-line)-                                                 2 (3 to 4
                               (companion class to                           Due                                                             from
Dana         Malkus            Civil 991-01)
                               clinicAdvocacy Clinic W 4-550pm      302      3/11/2011       LAW981 05           8/22/11   12/2/11         clinic) 17968                 PS                           CivC, UD
                                                                             clinic                                                     3 to 4 (2
                               I (must take                                  registration                                              from civil
                               companion class                               (on-line)-                                                advocac
Dana         Malkus            981-01)               clinic         clinic   Due             LAW991 05           8/22/11   12/2/11      y class) 17972                   PS                           CivC, UD

                               Unions and their
Arthur       Martin            Members              T 6-750pm       306      evening         LAW831 30           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15008                                          EC

                               Sem: Public Health                            3L
David        Massa             Emergency            M 6-750pm       117      seminar         LAW860 77           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15018                                   HC


Marcia       McCormick         Criminal Law (CD)    TR 1045-1200    304      1L              LAW822 03           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 15108


Marcia       McCormick         Federal Courts       TR 9-1015       302      3L
                                                                             clinic
                                                                                             LAW802 01           8/22/11   12/2/11        2 (3-4 15007 yes
                                                                                                                                               3                                                      CivC
                                                                             registration                                                  from
                               Criminal Defense                              (on-line)-                                                criminal
Susan        McGraugh          Advocacy             W 2-350         clinic   Due             LAW984 01           8/22/11   12/2/11     3 to 4 (2 14987
                                                                                                                                       defense                           PS                           CrimC
                                                                             clinic
                                                                             registration                                                  from
                               Criminal Defense                              (on-line)-                                                criminal
Susan        McGraugh          Clinic               NA              clinic   Due             LAW994 01           8/22/11   12/2/11     defense 14986                     PS                           CrimC
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                                Reg.            Course Section Start          End                        Bar           Prof.                            Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title           time             Room priority        Number Number Date            Date            Cr CRN     course Hum.   Skills Int'l       Health Employ trations

Susan        McGraugh          Forensic Evidence      R 4-550          clinic   3L/split    LAW928 02           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15023                 PS                               CrimC


Richard      Middleton         Immigration Law        R 2 - 350pm      306      3L          LAW838 01           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 16862                         IC

                               Criminal Pro
Eric         Miller            (Adjudication)         M 9-1050         302      3L          LAW825 01           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15077 yes                                              CrimC

                               Sem: Critical Race                               3L
Eric         Miller            Theory                 T 9-10:50        117      seminar     LAW86H 99           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 18181         H


Kelly        Mulholland        Legal Res.-Writing I   MWR 1-150        305      1L          LAW880 0K           8/22/11   12/2/11          3 15830
                               Sem: Issues/Non-                                 3L
Katherine    Nash              profit Org.            T 6-750          264      seminar     LAW860 46           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15019                                    HC

                                                                                3L (limited
Carol        Needham           Negotiations           W 10-1150am      117      to 12)      LAW718 02           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 16751                 PS
                                                                                3L/split
                                                                                (limited to
Carol        Needham           Negotiations           W 4-550pm        117      12)         LAW718 01           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 14992                 PS


Judge David Noce               Jury Instructions      W 6-750          307      evening     LAW982 30           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 16864                 PS                               CivC


John         Obrien            Evidence               TWRF 1-150       302      2L          LAW810 04           8/22/11   12/2/11          4 16854 yes

                                                      TR 1-215, W 4-
Efthimi      Parasidis         Torts (CEMN)           450              303      1L          LAW740 O4           8/22/11   12/2/11          4 15820

                               Civil Procedure I
Karen        Petroski          (EGH)                  M 1-250          303      1L          LAW800 04           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15029
                                                      MT 4-515, W 3-
Karen        Petroski          Evidence               350              303      2L          LAW810 03           8/22/11   12/2/11          4 16696 yes

                               Sem: Copyright &                                 3L
Gary         Pierson           New Media              W 6-750pm        117      seminar
                                                                                evening     LAW860 62           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15829                                                  IP
                               Fraud, Abuse &                                   (limited to
Christina    Randolph          Health Care            W 6-750          305      10)         LAW912 31           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 16697                 PS                 HC



                                                                                                                                      3 (large
                               Trial Ad I, Sm Group                                                                                   + small
Thomas       Rea               D (PS)               Wed 4-550pm        CR       3L/split    LAW894 3D           #######               group) 15142                        IC (paper
                                                                                                                                                                          may
                                                                                                                                                                          satisfy
                                                      M 4-550, W 5-                                                                                                       writing
Jeff         Redding           Comparative Law        550pm            306      3L/split    LAW840 01           8/22/11   12/2/11          3 16915         H              req. with


                               Civil Procedure I
Jeff         Redding           (CDMN)                 MW 11-1150       03       1L          LAW800 03           8/22/11   12/2/11          2 15098
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                                Reg.                Course Section Start          End                            Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title           time             Room priority            Number Number Date            Date             Cr CRN        course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations
                                                                                                                                           3 (large
                               Civil Practice, Sm                                                                                          + small
Jim          Reeves            Grp D                 W 6-750pm         271      3L/split
                                                                                clinic
                                                                                                LAW890 3D           8/22/11   12/2/11       group) 16825                   PS
                               Civil Advocacy                                   registration                                               2 (3 to 4
                               (companion class to                              (on-line)-                                                      from
Brendan      Roediger          clinic 991-01)        W 4-550pm         302      Due
                                                                                clinic
                                                                                                LAW981 04           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 to 4 (2 17969
                                                                                                                                              clinic)                      PS                           CivC, UD
                               Civil Advocacy Clinic                            registration                                              from civil
                               I (must take                                     (on-line)-                                                advocac
Brendan      Roediger          companion class       clinic            clinic   Due             LAW991 04           8/22/11   12/2/11      y class) 17973                  PS                           CivC, UD
                                                      F 1-250 (first
                                                      seven weeks of
Brendan      Roediger          Client Counseling I    the semester)    305      3L              LAW891 01           8/22/11   TBA                1 14985                   PS




Josef        Rohlik            Conflict of Laws       MTF 9-950        JR       3L              LAW850 02           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 15000 yes



                                                     M 3-350, R 4-
Josef        Rohlik            Non-labor arbitration 550               306      open            LAW717 01           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 18454




                               Sem: Labor                                       3L
Josef        Rohlik            Arbitration            M 4-550          264      seminar         LAW860 20           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15017                                         EC

                                                      MW 10-1050am,
Chris        Rollins           Legal Res.-Writing I   F 9-950AM     305         1L              LAW880 0E           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14976


Chris        Rollins           Moot Court I           F 10-1150        302      2L              LAW897 03           8/22/11   12/2/11            2 15165                   PS                           CivC

                                                      scheduled with            NA-
Chris        Rollins           Moot Court TA          Professor        NA       assigned LAW896 01                  8/22/11   12/2/11            1 15167

                               State and Local
Paul         Rost              Government             MF 1-215         JR       open            LAW835 01           8/22/11   12/2/11             3 18455                                               UD
                                                                                                                                          3 (large
                               Civil Practice, Sm                                                                                         + small
David        Rushing           Grp E                  R 6-750pm        271      3L/split  LAW890 3E                 8/22/11   12/2/11     group) 18136                     PS
             Sanders,                                                           students
             Mickey/Henshaw,   Competition Based      scheduled by              registere
             TBA               Advocacy               advisor                   d by      LAW914 Varies             8/22/11   12/2/11            1



Karen        Sanner            Legal Res.-Writing I   MWR 3-350pm      JR       1L              LAW880 0M           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 14977

                                                      MR 1-150,
Karen        Sanner            Legal Res.-Writing I   W 4-450          307      1L              LAW880 0L           8/22/11   12/2/11            3 18189
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Instructor    Instructor Last                                              Reg.          Course Section Start          End                              Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name    Name              Course Title        time              Room priority      Number Number Date            Date                Cr CRN       course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations
                                Environmental Due
                                Diligence in Real
                                Estate Transactions

Eugene        Schmittgens                              W 6-750        JR     evening     LAW777 30           8/22/11   12/2/11              2 15831                   PS                           UD


Laura         Schulz            Legal Res.-Writing I   TRF 11-1150am JR      1L          LAW880 0i           8/22/11   12/2/11              3 14978


Laura         Schulz            Legal Res.-Writing I   TRF 9-950am    307    1L          LAW880 0C           8/22/11   12/2/11              3 14974




John/ Peter   Simon/ Dunne      Trial Ad II-Civil      R 4-550        CR/JR 3L           LAW895 30           8/22/11   12/2/11              2 15114                   PS                           CivC




John/ Peter   Simon/ Dunne      Trial Ad II-Civil      R 4-550        JR/CR 3L           LAW895 30           8/22/11   12/2/11              2 15114                   PS

              Spearlt (Edward                          WR 10-1050am,
Spearlt       Maldonano)        Criminal Law (MN)      F11-1150      306     1L          LAW822 04           8/22/11   12/2/11              3 14971

              Spearlt (Edward   Sem: Sentencing                              3L
              Maldonano)        Law and Policy         R 2-350pm      264    seminar     LAW86H 1B           8/22/11   12/2/11                2 18341         H
                                                                                                                                      3 (large
                                Civil Practice, Sm                                                                                    + small
Cynthia       Stevens           Grp B                  M 6-750pm      271    3L/split    LAW890 3B           8/22/11   12/2/11        group) 16822                    PS


Thomas        Stewart           Evidence               MTWR 9-950am 04       2L          LAW810 01           8/22/11   12/2/11              4 14982 yes
                                                       Saturdays             3L/split                                  all of trial
                                                       8/20/2011 &           (3L for fall,                             ad I           3 (large
                                Trial Ad I (LARGE      9/17/2011 from        2L for        LAW894                      ends           + small                                                      CivC,
Thomas        Stewart           GROUP)                 8am -5pm, final CR    spring)       L      30         8/22/11   11/11/11        group) 15116                   PS                           CrimC
                                                                                                                                      3 (large
                                Trial Ad I, Sm Group                                                                                  + small
Jennifer      Szczucinski       G (PS)               R 6-750pm        CR     3L/split    LAW894 3G           8/22/11                  group) 15144



Aaron         Taylor            Education Law
                                Sem: The Interplay     T 2-350pm      307    3L          LAW854 01           8/22/11   12/2/11              2 18194
                                of Politics,
                                Economics, and                               3L
Aaron         Taylor            Sociology in           R 10-1150am    117    seminar     LAW86H 03           8/22/11   12/2/11              2 18214           H




                                                       M 8-850pm, T 6-
Nic           Terry             Products Liability     750pm           305   evening     LAW742 30           8/22/11   12/2/11                18219                                  HC
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                                Reg.        Course Section Start          End                    Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title            time            Room priority    Number Number Date            Date        Cr CRN     course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations

                               Sem: Advanced
                               Topics in Malpractice
                               & Drug/Device                                 3L
Nic          Terry             Litigation              T 4-550         264   seminar    LAW860 21           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 18191                                HC




                                                       M 8-850pm, W 9-
                               Legal Res.-Writing I    950pm, R 6-
Kent         Van denberg       (P1)                    650pm           306   1L         LAW880 30           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15027


Kent         Van denberg       Moot Court I            F 10-1150       304   2L         LAW897 04           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 15097                 PS                           CivC




                               Business
Constance    Wagner            Associations            TR 2-350        03    2L         LAW780 02           8/22/11   12/2/11      4 14967


Connie       Wagner            International Trade     T 10-1150       305   3L         LAW848 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 18195                         IC


Anders       Walker            Constitutional Law II MTW 11-1150       02    3L         LAW820 03           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 16842 yes

                               Criminal Law
Anders       Walker            (ABGHIJ)                MTW 8-850am     303   1L         LAW822 02           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15100


Sidney       Watson            Health Care Law         M 1-250, T 1-150 03   2L         LAW757 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 14963                                HC

                                                       M 6-750, T 8-
Sidney       Watson            Health Care Law         850pm           03    evenings LAW757 30             8/22/11   12/2/11      3 16861                                HC

                                                       M 7-850, R 6-         evening-
Alan         Weinberger        Property (p2)           750pm           307   P2       LAW760 30             8/22/11   12/2/11      4 15031

                               Real Estate
Alan         Weinberger        Transactions            MWR 3-350pm     02    3L         LAW770 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 14968
                               Sem: American                                 3L
Gregory      Willard           Presidency              M 4-550         304   seminar    LAW86H 94           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 18193         H

Doug         Williams          Environmental Law       MW 1-215        306   3L         LAW766 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 18171                                              UD

                               Urban Issues
Doug         Williams          Symposium               R 4-550pm       304   3L         LAW707 03           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15837                                              UD


Molly        Wilson            Criminal Law (E)        TWR 11-1150     306   1L         LAW822 05           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 15107

                                                       TR 915-1030 W
Molly        Wilson            Torts (DKL)             930-1020        303   1L         LAW740 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      4 15105
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Instructor   Instructor Last                                              Reg.         Course Section Start          End                    Bar           Prof.                        Concen-
First Name   Name              Course Title           time           Room priority     Number Number Date            Date        Cr CRN     course Hum.   Skills Int'l   Health Employ trations

                               State Constitutional
Michael      Wolff             Law                    TR 4-515pm     302    open       LAW814 01           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 18343




Michael      Wolff (evening)   Civil Procedure I      T 7-850        307    1L (P2)    LAW800 30           8/22/11   12/2/11      2 15101




                                                      M 8-850pm, W 6-
Sabrina      Wrenn             Labor Law              750pm           304   evening    LAW830 30           8/22/11   12/2/11      3 18217                                       EC

                                                      MW 915-1030, R
Mary         Ziegler           Torts-(IJ)             900-950        304    1L         LAW740 0B           8/22/11   12/2/11      4 17164
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Professor(s)
Last Name          Course Title        Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                                 Pre-reqs           Method of evaluation




 Bodie,
FitzGibbon,
Cherry, Gatter     Contracts I         This course covers the legal principles of formation of simple contracts, consideration, offer and acceptance.                                                Exam




Flanders,McCormi                       This course examines debtor creditor relations in both business and individual settings and includes a study of the creation and
ck, SpearIt,                           perfection of security interests, default and enforcement issue, documentation concerns, and determining priority among
Walker, Wilson   Criminal Law          secured, unsecured, and lien creditors.                                                                                                                       exam

                                       This course will cover general white collar crime, including consumer fraud, health care fraud, tax fraud, securities fraud,
                                       election fraud and official corruption. It will be taught by one experienced white collar crime prosecutor and a U.S. Magistrate
                                       Judge (former white collar crime prosecutor) and will accentuate the practical as well as the legal aspects and methods of
                   Sem: White          prosecuting and defending white collar crime. It will be the instructors' aim to make the course as practical as possible,
Adelman/Crowe      Collar Crime        concentrating on actual situations and trials encountered by them in their practice.                                                                          seminar paper
                                       Civil Practice focuses on practical, theoreti-cal, and ethical issues in pre‑trial civil litiga-tion practice through lecture and
                                       discus-sion and emphasizes the develop-ment of practice skills through simulation exercises in client interviewing, fact
                                       investigation, pleading, formal discovery (depositions, interroga-tories, etc.), pre‑trial motion practice, nego-tiation, and jury         LAW 800 (Civil
                   Civil Practice      instructions. Simulation exercises are conducted in small groups under the supervision of adjunct faculty. Civil Practice meets            Procedure I),
                   (PS) (large and     for 1 hour in a large group, and 2 hours each week in a small group. Small groups are selected at the first meeting. Civil                 LAW 801 (Civil
Ammann             small groups)       Practice is a co‑ or prerequisite for Civil Clinic.                                                                                        Procedure II)      Series of written assignments
                   Civil Advocacy
                                  Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in Civil Advocacy Clinic I (LAW 991). The course addresses common
Ammann/            (PS)           issues lawyers face in a variety of civil matters including practical and strategic considerations as well as ethical dilemmas. The
Gilchrist/         (companion     focus is on Missouri and Illinois law relating directly to the Civil Advocacy Clinic work. Students receive a letter grade in this
Harrison/Malkus/   class to cliniccourse based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests. Students register through
Roediger           991-01)        the Clinic. is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students enrolled in
                                  This clinic                                                                                                                                     LAW-800 (Civil     Series of written assignments, Performance
                                  this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Civil Advocacy course (LAW-981). Students work in the Saint Louis University School                 Procedure I),
                                  of Law Clinic where they will be assigned their own caseload to prepare under the supervision of full-time clinic faculty.                      LAW-801 (Civil
                                  Opportunities for students interested in Litigation include: representing defendants before landlord-tenant courts; representing
                                                                                                                                                                                  Procedure II),
                                  the homeless in municipal courts; participating in litigation on civil rights, public benefits, and consumer fraud; working as
                                                                                                                                                                                  LAW-705 (Legal
                                  guardian at litem for children; and representing clients in custody cases, orders of protection, and other family law matters.
Ammann/            Civil Advocacy Participation requires completion of Civil Procedure I and II, Legal Profession, Evidence, and Civil Practice. Depending on                     Profession), Pre
Gilchrist/         Clinic I (must caseload preference, students may be required to have completed Family Law and/or Trial Advocacy. Opportunities for                             or Co-requisite:
Harrison/Malkus/   take companion students interested in Transactional work include: preparing real estate closings, drafting estate planning documents, and                      LAW-890 (Civil
Roediger           class 981-01)  drafting documents and providing counseling for nonprofit organizations and small businesses. Participation requires                            Practice           Performance




                                       This seminar is designed to cover the law, litigation theories and impact of the death penalty in the United States. It begins with a
                   Sem: Death          brief historical view of the death penalty and goes through the law regarding the trial, habeas and post-conviction remedies, then
Blau/Curran        Penalty             finishing up with a brief overview of the international perspective of the death penalty.                                                                     seminar paper
                   Criminal Pro I      The course concerns the constitutional limitations imposed by the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments on police
Branham            (Investigation)     and prosecution during the investigative stages of the criminal process.                                                                                      exam
                                  This course focuses on a key stage of the criminal-justice process: sentencing. The course explores the purposes of sentences and also covers
                                  guilty pleas and plea bargaining, procedural rights during the sentencing process, different types of sentencing statutes and guidelines,
                                  community-based sanctions, the death penalty, and what constitutes cruel and unusual punishment in non-capital cases. Other subjects to be
                   Sem:           studied during the course include parole release, probation and parole revocation, and collateral sanctions and consequences. The course
                   Sentencing Law provides a forum for not only learning the legal rules governing sentencing but for debating the controversial policy questions engendered by
Branham, SpearIt
Bredehoft,         and Policy     this area of law                                                                                                                                                   seminar paper
Goldsmith,
Kowach, Kutnik-                        Introduction to the legal system; analysis of the judicial, legislative and administrative processes; basic legal sources; techniques
Bauder, Meyers,                        of legal research; use of digests, reporters, encyclopedias, annotated cases, statutes, citators and reference books; methods of
Mulholland,      Legal Res.-           legal analysis and approaching research problems; writing style and technique; various memoranda and appellate briefs, oral
Sanner, Schulz,  Writing I             arguments.                                                                                                                                                    written assignments
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Professor(s)
Last Name          Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                                        Pre-reqs   Method of evaluation
                                      Appellate Advocacy – Moot Court I is the study of relationships and communications between the appellate judiciary and the
                                      attorneys practicing before appellate courts. In the fall semester, students will primarily focus on learning the process and art of
                                      appellate brief writing. There will be 2 hours of class meetings each week for the first 10 weeks of the semester. Students will
                                      research a problem, prepare and submit drafts of various portions of the brief which will be reviewed by the professor, as well as
                                      prepare and submit a final brief. In addition, students will engage in oral argument exercises critiqued by the professor prior to
Canfield,                             final oral arguments before members of the local legal community. Enrollment is limited to 20 students maximum per section.
Goldsmith, Rollins Moot Court I       Two hours graded credit.                                                                                                                                     written assignments, performance


                                      Development and analysis of accident liability systems. Historical roots of common‑law liability. Strict liability systems, including
                                      nuisance, trespass, respondeat superior. Negligence, with attention to standards of conduct, proof of breach, causation,
                                      "proximate cause," affirmative defenses and immunities. Functional approach to accident law doctrine. Explanatory structure
                                      developed wherein "strict liability, negligence, intentional torts" appear as rough benchmarks along a continuum rather than as
Cerminara,
                                      warring, alien, liability systems. Damages, liability of owners and occupiers of land, assault, battery, false imprisonment,
Griesbach,                            malicious prosecution and other "intentional torts," liability of suppliers of goods and remote contractors, misrepresenta-tion, and
Hansford,                             defamation. The explanatory structure of torts is further developed in analyzing legal treatment of various "accident types," with
Parasidis, Wilson,                    increasing focus upon "legal process" topics, issue characterization, burden allocation, and the relations among tort, contract,
Kelley, Ziegler    Torts              and administrative allocation systems.                                                                                                                       Exam




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




                                      Nature, development, sources and scope of international law and organization of the modern community of nations;
                   International      international agreements; rights and duties of states; nationality; jurisdiction; international claims; pacific settlement of disputes;
Dore               Law                law of the sea; use of force.                                                                                                                                Exam
                                      The seminar will survey philosophical approaches to law over several overlapping periods: The Ancient Greek, Roman,
                                      Christian, early modern, modern, and postmodern periods. Each student may pick one or more of these periods and focus on
                                      how the philosophers of these periods grappled with the problem of knowledge about law, particularly its connection to morality.
                                      Examples of questions that the seminar will raise include: Is knowledge of reality possible for the human mind? Is morality
                                      something that is objective and knowable? What is its connection with law? Is knowledge of good law accessible? How can we
                                      be sure that our answers to these questions are reliable? What are the available methodologies that will ensure accurate or, at
                   Sem: Law and       least, reliable knowledge? A research paper will be required towards the end of the seminar. A background in philosophy is not
Dore               Philosophy         required for this seminar                                                                                                                                    seminar paper
                                                                                                                                                                         LAW 790
                                      This course will examine problems in Federal estate, gift and generation skipping taxation; income taxation of trusts and estates; (Taxation), LAW
                   Fiduciary          special emphasis on tax planning affecting intra‑family transfers, both inter vivos and testamentary; related problems presented 774 (Trusts and
Drennan            Taxation           by such transfers.                                                                                                                 Estates)                  Exam
                                      This course surveys the doctrine, institutional framework, and conduct of national security across the three branches of
                                      government. The course first covers the separation of national security powers, reviewing the Constitutional authority of
                   National           Congress, the courts, and the President and the institutional framework for making national security decisions. Next, it covers                              Paper (Note-this is a course and the paper does
Eppinger           Security           treatment of citizens and non-citizens during states of emergency and war, including humanitarian law. The course reviews                                    not fulfill the seminar requirement)
                                      This course will focus on the establishment of the collective bargaining relationship and the collective bargaining process,
                                      including selection of the union representative, grievance procedures under the labor contract, duty to bargain in good faith,
                                      security of employment, wages, hours, overtime premium pay, vacations and union security; legal status of labor contracts;
                                      legality of strikes, lockouts, picketing and secondary pressure; injunctions and damage suits in labor disputes; state and national
FitzGibbon         Labor Law          legislation.                                                                                                                                                 Exam




                   Religion & the     This course covers the major doctrines and decisions interpreting the provisions of the First Amendment affecting religion, especially the free
                   First              exercise and establishment clauses. Special emphasis is placed on the historical, philosophical, and theological roots of first amendment
Flanders           Amendment          principles.
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Professor(s)
Last Name            Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                                              Pre-reqs         Method of evaluation




                                        Intestate succession; family protection and restrictions on freedom of testation; execution of wills; problems of incorporation by
                                        reference and extrinsic evidence; revocation and revival of wills; problems of construction in the distribution of estates; contracts
                                        to make wills; will substitutes; the nature, use and varieties of trusts; elements of a trust; creation of trusts; the nature of a trust
                     Trusts &           beneficiary's interest; modification and termination of trusts; charitable trusts; fiduciary administration; probate and contest of
Fogel, Drennan       Estates            wills; rights and duties of estate and trust fiduciaries.                                                                                                                Exam




                                        This course will address legal issues of particular interest to the elderly, including Medicare and Medicaid, guardianships, health
                                        care decision-making and other issues related to incapacity, long-term care, income benefits and pension issues. Students are                           Health Law is pre
Gilchrist            Elder Law          encouraged to take Health Law prior to or concurrently with this course.                                                                                or co-req         exam

                                        This course will cover the incorporation controversy, substantive and procedural due process, the Contract and Taking Clauses,
Goldman,          Constitutional        equal protection; state action and Congressional enforcement powers under the civil rights amendments analyzed through
Goldstein, Walker Law II                decisions of the Supreme Court.                                                                                                                                          Exam
                                        Participants in the seminar will include ten law students and six to eight psychiatry resident physicians. It will be divided into three parts.
                                        During the initial two weeks, the law students will be given a general introduction to psychiatric diagnosis and treatment while the residents will
                                        receive a similar introduction to law and the legal system. During the next eight weeks all participants will meet jointly. The goals of the
                     Sem: Law and       seminar will be to expose the participants to the following topics: legal aspects of providing mental health treatment, including such issues as
Goldner              Psychiatry         regulation and quality control, therapist - patient confidentiality, medical malpractice, informed consent, and the liability to third parties harmed                    seminar paper
Goldner,Lewis,
O'Brien, Petroski,                      This course will cover the origin and effect of rules governing the admission and exclusion of evidence, competence of witnesses
Stewart              Evidence           and function of court and jury with emphasis on the Federal Rules regarded as the outstanding justice of the Supreme Court in
                                           Other than Chief Justice John Marshall, Louis Brandeis is often of Evidence.                                                                                          Exam
                                        our nation’s history. Justice Brandeis left a profound imprint on our legal system and his thought and example hold important
                                        lessons for the world in which we live. Yet law schools now offer students relatively little exposure to Brandeis and his work. This
                                        seminar will draw upon the two humanistic disciplines of history and philosophy to look at Justice Brandeis as a historical figure,
                                        and to consider his jurisprudence and the philosophical themes animating it and assess his historical impact on American law
                                        generally, and constitutional law more particularly. This seminar is designed to afford students an opportunity to study Brandeis
                                        and a sampling of his notable writings. The seminar will begin with some biographical study of Brandeis. This material will
                                        acquaint students with some information about Brandeis before he joined the Court and about his contentious confirmation. This
                                        examination will provide background about Brandeis and will also serve as a case study regarding enduring questions which
                     Sem: Justice       confront our governmental system (e.g., can one predict accurately judicial performance? the nature of the confirmation
Goldstein            Brandeis           process). Most of the seminar will focus on studying in depth some of Brandeis’ major writings, especially opinions relating to                                          seminar paper
                                        Business Associations is a survey course designed to provide an introduction to the law of agency, general partnerships, limited
                                        liability companies, and corporations. Both state and federal regulation of corporations will be studied, including state fiduciary
                                        duty law and federal securities regulation. Materials used will include state and federal court decisions, statutes, regulations,
                Business                and organizational documents of various types of business associations. Both planning and litigation issues arising in the law of
Greaney, Wagner Associations            business associations will be covered.                                                                                                                                   Exam




                                        Generally, this course focuses on the study of the leading legal philosophers and schools of jurisprudence; the application of
                                        basic legal theories of the various schools to the solutions of contemporary legal problems; and on analysis of current decisions
Griesbach            Jurisprudence      This externship clinic is open to students who have completed 46 focus or one-half schools of jurisprudence
                                        for their jurisprudential premises. Individual faculty members may creditson particularof their legal education. Students enrolled                                       Exam
                     Externship                                                                                                                                                                 LAW-800 (Civil
                                        in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Lawyering Practice course (LAW-985). Students work in civil, criminal, or corporate
                     Clinic I                                                                                                                                                                   Procedure I),
                                        placements in the community under the supervision of a licensed attorney, and the direction of a full-time faculty member. Past
                     (companion         civil and criminal externships include placements with the Equal Employment Opportu-nity Commission, -Land of Lincoln Legal                             LAW-801 (Civil
                     course-            Assistance, Family Court, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, and the District Counsel of the IRS, local prosecutors, the U.S.                          Procedure II),
                     lawyering          Attorney’s Office, and the Attorney General’s Office. Past corporate placements include in-house counsel for BJC Health                                 LAW-705 (Legal
Hacking              practice)          Systems, Sisters of Mercy, and Saint Louis University General Counsel’s Office. Depending on the particular externship                                  Profession)


                                     This course covers core issues of immigration law and policy; family and employment related immigration; diversity immigrants;
                                     various categories of non-immigrants; inadmissibility; admission procedures; deportable aliens; deportation procedure and relief
                                     from deportation; refugees, as well, as issues of citizenship. The course will focus on the complex and intricate Immigration and
Hacking              Immigration Law Nationality Act, and will provide a valuable introduction to the administrative process so crucial to immigration procedures.                                               Exam
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Last Name       Course Title       Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                               Pre-reqs         Method of evaluation




                                   This course is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students enrolled in
                                   this course must enroll concurrently in either Judicial Process Externship (LAW-998). This course addresses common issues
                Judicial Ethics    lawyers face as judicial law clerks. Students will study the role of the judicial clerk, procedural and jurisdictional issues, ethics,
                and Court          judicial decision-making, and legal writing for law clerks. Students receive a letter grade in this course based on performance
Hacking         Procedings         on a series of written assignments and short essay tests. Students register through the Clinic.                                                           Series of written assignments




                                 This externship clinic is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students
                                 enrolled in this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Judicial Ethics and Court Procedures course (LAW 988). Students are
                                 placed with judges in state and federal trial and appellate courts where they work as part-time law clerks, performing extensive
                                 legal research; drafting a series of legal memoranda relevant to cases under submission by the courts; and observing hearings,             Law800, Law801
                                 trials and other court proceedings. Students must commit to working 3 hours per week per credit hour awarded for 14 weeks (or              (Civ Pro I and II)
                Judicial Process 42 hours of work per credit hour). Grades in this course are recorded on the student's transcript as Pass/Fail. Students register          and Law705
Hacking         Externship       through the Clinic.                                                                                                                        (Legal Pro)        Performance




                                   Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in Externship Clinic I (LAW 995). This course addresses common
                                   practice issues including practical and strategic considerations as well as ethical dilemmas. Students receive a letter grade
                Lawyering          based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests. Students register through the                 LAW-705 (Legal
Hacking         Practice           Clinic.                                                                                                                                  Profession)      Series of written assignments




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




                                   This course will focus on the historical background of patent law, classes of patentable subject matter, conditions of
Hejlek          Patent Law         patentability, ownership, infringement, and infringement defenses and remedies                                                                            Exam


                                This course examines the legal and regulatory environment of professional and amateur sports, with a special focus on labor
                                law issues and negotiation. The lawyer's expanding opportunities and responsibilities are explored in this $60 billion a year
                                industry commanding expertise in numerous and diverse practice areas. A working knowledge of labor and contract law will be
                                established and applied as class projects call students to "represent" sports clients, such as: athletes, teams, coaches, leagues,
                Sports Law:     etc. These class projects will heavily emphasize the students' negotiation skills and comfort with collective bargaining. Although
Hipskind/Todd   Labor Wrangling this course is not a seminar, enrollment is limited and students register through the on-line seminar registration process.




                                   Constitutional Law is the study of the Supreme Court's authority, justiciability, national powers, (the Commerce Clause, other
                Constitutional     powers of Congress), states' power to regulate commerce, intergovernmental immunities and separation of powers through
Howard          Law I (P2)         analysis of the Supreme Court's process of constitutional interpretation.                                                                                 Exam
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Last Name             Course Title         Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                             Pre-reqs               Method of evaluation




                                           This seminar focuses on the period in which the original constitution was proposed, framed and approved. The seminar's
                                           objective will be to enter the world of the late 18th century in order to try to learn what those who formulated the U.S.
                      Sem: Founder's Constitution understood themselves to be creating. All readings for the seminar will date from the period of the framing or
Howard                Constitution   before.                                                                                                                                                             seminar paper




                                           This course covers the choice‑of‑law issue; recognition of judgments of other states. The emphasis will be on conflicts of law
Jordan                Conflict of Laws problems in the United States, but some international problems may also be considered. Jurisdiction may be included.                                              Exam




                                        This course provides a basic introduction to the process of civil litigation. During fall semester students will learn about the
                                        procedural rules governing different stages in the litigation process – from initial pleadings through final judgment. The main
Jordan, Petroski,                       topics to be covered are: pleading, discovery, and adjudication without trial, trial and appeal. In the spring we will address:
Cerminara,            Civil Procedure I personal jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, venue, Erie doctrine, res judicata and joinder.                                                              Exam




                                           This course covers the fundamental principles involved in the taxation of international income including taxation of the income
                                           from inbound and outbound investment, double taxation, fiscal incentives for investment and income tax treaties. The
                                           prerequisite will be waived for LL.M. students after consultation with the instructor. Through varying written assignments, the
                      International        course has been designed to serve the serious tax student, as well as international business students seeking a more policy-           LAW 790
Kaufman               Tax                  driven approach. Grading is based on a series of written assignments. There is no final exam.                                          (Taxation)             Exam



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




                                   The course involves a comparative study of European and U.S. law dealing with cutting-edge issues in international banking law. After
                      Internationalintroducing a number of major international financial institutions, the course will examine the risks inherent in international banking operations,
                      Banking and  followed by an examination of the law applicable to international banking transactions, including conflict of jurisdictions. Significant attention
Kenfack               Finance Law  This course will focus issues of international bankruptcy.
                                   will be paid to important on a variety of regulatory schemes relevant to the health care industry from the institutional to individual              None
                                   level. In particular, this course will focus on the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (1996) and
                                   associated regulations governing privacy and security of health information, federal and state Anti-Kickback prohibitions, Civil
                                   Monetary Penalties Law (“CMP Law”), the Stark Law(limitation on physician referrals),and, as time permits or as involved in
                                   relevant discussions, other federal and state laws regulating health care providers and transactions. The course will meet two
                                   hours per week and students will be expected to participate in class discussions and to complete and turn in proposed solutions
                                   to weekly problem sets using the relevant statutory provisions, regulations and guidance. The problems and solutions are
                   Fraud, Abuse & evaluated by the professors, who are practitioners in the area of health care law. In addition, students will have a take home                       (LAW 757)
Killgore, Randolph Health Care(PS) exam as part of the course grade. No more than ten students per section will be permitted to enroll in this limited enrollment                      Health Care Law   Series of assignments




                                           This course covers the law of commercial paper (checks, drafts, and other negotiable instruments under the Uni-form
                      Commercial           Commercial Code; commercial terms, commercial aspects of performance and remedies under Article 2; Negotiable
Korybut               Transactions         Instruments (Article 3); and Bank Deposits and Collections (Article 4).                                                                                       Exam




                                           A study of the laws governing secured credit transactions with primary focus on the Uniform Commercial Code. This course
                      Secured              examines debtor‑creditor relations in both business and individual settings and includes a study of creation and perfection of
Korybut               Transactions         security interests, default and enforcement issues, documentation concerns, and other devices to enhance credit quality.                                      Exam
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Last Name       Course Title         Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                                         Pre-reqs          Method of evaluation

                                    This course is for upper division students who wish to develop their litigation drafting skills. The focus of the course will center around drafting
                                    pre-trial litigation documents. Major topics which will be covered are communication letters to clients, drafting a complaint and answer, and
                                    findings of facts/conclusions of law. Supporting these topics will be discussions of motion practice and drafting motions. The course is
                                    designed to be taught in a hub-spoke model with a larger class meeting and then four smaller subsections of the class. The larger class will
                Pre-Trial           cover the materials in a lecture style while the small section teachers will work with the students to develop the written materials. Instructors    All first year
Kutnik Bauder   Litigation          will provide detailed feedback on student work. The enrolment will be limited to 12 students per small section with a maximum of 48 students. courses                 Series of assignments, performance
                                    We will study the laws governing the relation-ship between debtors and creditors with primary focus on the Bankruptcy Code.
                                    This course examines debtor‑creditor relations in both business and individual settings and includes a study of the caus-es of
                                    financial distress, the goals of debt restructuring and reha-bilitation of individu-al debtors, and the rights of creditors and others
Lander          Bankruptcy          affected by the Bankruptcy process                                                                                                                                    Exam




                                    This course covers the law of copyright and related doctrines. In particular, it addresses the nature and extent of the federal
                                    copyright power; the scope of federal preemption of state regulation of creative works; the types of works protected under the
                                    federal Copyright Act and the nature of the rights accorded those works; the scope of a copyright owner's rights and the actions
                                    that infringe those rights under the Copyright Act and more recent statutory provisions like the Digital Millennium Copyright Act;
                                    secondary liability for infringing acts committed by others; the fair use doctrine; and the free speech interests of speakers and
Liebesman       Copyright           listeners.                                                                                                                                                            Exam

                                This course will provide a broad based introduction to the three traditionally recognized categories of intellectual property:
                                patent, trademark, and copyright. Students will be exposed to the types of protection the legal system offers for inventions,
                                creative expressions, and indications of origin. The course will cover basic issues presented in each area, and will deal with the
                Intellectual    prevailing justifications for offering the carious modes of protection and analyze recurring themes, such as the trade-off between
Liebesman       Property Survey incentive to create and public access.                                                                                                                                    Exam




                                                                                                                                                                                        LAW 800-Civil
                                                                                                                                                                                        Procedure I, LAW
                                 This clinic is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students enrolled in
                                 this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Applied Mediation Skills course (LAW 983). Students attend a 40 hour mediation                             760-Property,
                                 training program, work 9 hours a week observing ADR processes conducted by court-appointed neutrals, and conducting                                    LAW 745-Family
                Applied          landlord tenant mediations in housing court and conciliation mediations in family court. Grades in this course are recorded on                         Law, LAW 705-
Magruder        Mediation Clinic the student’s transcript as Pass/Fail. Students register through the Clinic.                                                                           Legal Profession. Performance




                                                                                                                                                                    LAW 800-Civil
                                                                                                                                                                    Procedure I, LAW
                                 Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in the Mediation Clinic (LAW-993). The course addresses common           760-Property,
                                 issues faced in mediation settings. The focus will be on negotiation techniques and skills. Mediation in the context of family law LAW 745-Family
                Applied          cases and landlord-tenant law will be stressed. Students receive a letter grade in this course based on performance on a series Law, LAW 705-
Magruder        Mediation Skills of written assignments, exercises and short essay tests. Students register through the Clinic.                                     Legal Profession. Series of assignments, performance




                                    This course covers principles relating to management of the law firm, management of the legal work, and management of the
                Law Practice  individual as a professional person. The course will consist of in-class lectures and in-class reports and presentations. Grades
                Management (2 will be based on written assignments, written and oral reports, class participation, and a final project. The course qualifies for
Mahadevan       cr)           the Civil Advocacy and Criminal Defense Certificates, and is limited to 15 students.                                                                                        Series of written assignments




                                    Legal relations between unions and their members, admission, discipline, officers, elections and finances; relationship between
                Unions and their parent and local organizations; Landrum‑Griffin Act; duty of fair representation; union security arrangements; preemption and
Martin          Members          labor relations; unions and antitrust.                                                                                                                                   Exam
                                This course explores the law underlying American health security, particularly public health emergency, homeland security, and biosecurity law.
                                Attention will be given to the health security challenges and opportunities presented by developments in synthetic biology. The legal
                Sem: Public     underpinnings and structure of public health and emergency response systems will be examined, with an emphasis on their integral role in
                Health          protecting the American people from health consequences of both natural and manmade emergencies, including pandemic disease and bio-
                Emergency,      terrorism. This course is a seminar. The student’s work will focus on a research paper analyzing selected aspects of public health emergency
                Homeland        response, health security, biosecurity, or homeland security law. Although not a prerequisite, a prior course or basic background in public
                Security and    health law, biosecurity, or homeland security concepts will be helpful for students who wish to produce original research suitable for
Massa           Biosecurity Law publication.                                                                                                                                                              seminar paper
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Last Name      Course Title      Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                            Pre-reqs         Method of evaluation

                                 This course considers the role of the federal courts within the federal governmental system. In part, the class studies the
                                 allocation of power among governmental institutions and the relationships between the states and the federal government. In
                                 related part, the class examines the institutional design of the federal courts themselves – the scope and limits of their power,
                                 the structure of the judicial system, the practice and procedure followed in the federal courts, and the challenges confronting
                                 federal courts today. Topics covered will include the original and appellate jurisdiction of the federal courts, Congressional
                                 power to limit the jurisdiction of the federal courts, Congressional power to create “legislative courts” outside of Article III,
                                 Supreme Court review of judgments, state sovereign immunity, abstention, and federal habeas corpus. Other concepts will be
                                 addressed as well. This course builds on the skills and knowledge gained in other law school classes – particularly Civil
McCormick      Federal Courts    Procedure and Constitutional Law I.                                                                                                                    Exam

                                                                                                                                                                    LAW-705 (Legal
                                                                                                                                                                    Profession), LAW-
                                                                                                                                                                    822 (Criminal
                                 Students enrolled in this course must enroll concurrently in the Criminal Defense Clinic (LAW-994). This course covers the
                                                                                                                                                                    Law), LAW-823
                                 theoretical and practical issues in a criminal defense practice, including client inter-viewing, bail and pre‑trial release,
                                 investiga-tions, motion practice, discovery, prelimi-nary examinations, plea-bargaining, post‑ve-rdict proceedings and             (Criminal
               Criminal          sentencing. The focus is on Missouri law relating directly to work in the Criminal Defense Clinic. Students receive a letter grade Procedure I),
               Defense           in this course based on performance on a series of written assignments, exercises, and short essay tests. Students register        LAW-810
McGraugh       Advocacy          through the Clinic                                                                                                                 (Evidence)
                                                                                                                                                                    LAW-822           Series of assignments, performance
                                                                                                                                                                   (Criminal Law),
                                                                                                                                                                   LAW-823
                                                                                                                                                                   (Criminal
                                 This clinic is open to students who have completed at least 46 credits or one-half of their legal education. Students enrolled in
                                                                                                                                                                   Procedure I),
                                 this clinic must enroll concurrently in the Criminal Defense Advocacy course (LAW-984). Students work with the Office of the
                                 Public Defender for 12 hours weekly representing indigent criminal defendants. Students conduct client and witness interviews, LAW-810
                                 preliminary hearings, miscellaneous pre-trial motions, juvenile trials and motions, misdemeanor trial, and occasionally assist a  (Evidence), LAW-
               Criminal          Public Defender in the trial of felony cases. Students may also represent defendants before various municipal courts. Grades in 705 (Legal
McGraugh       Defense Clinic    this course are recorded on the student’s transcript as Pass/Fail. Students register through the Clinic.                          Profession)      Series of assignments, performance




                                                                                                                                                                       Evidence – (LAW
                                 This course is designed to appeal to students who are interested in pursuing careers in litigation. The course will cover the         810), Legal
                                 science of forensic evidence, including topics such as fire investigation, DNA, and issues in product liability; and the law          Profession –
               Forensic          surrounding the admission of forensic evidence at trial. Students will learn how to use forensic evidence in litigation, including    (LAW 705), Trial
McGraugh       Evidence (PS)     drafting interrogatories, preparing motions and conducting a mock deposition of an expert. Enrollment is limited to12 students.       Ad I – (LAW 894) Series of assignments




               Criminal Pro II   This course will cover constitutional and statutory laws relating to the criminal trial such as pre‑trial release, the decision to
Miller         (Adjudication)    prosecute, preliminary hearing, grand jury, discovery and disclosure, guilty pleas, trial and appeal.                                                  exam



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




                                 Many educational, religious and healthcare organizations operate in a not for profit status. This seminar will provide an
                                 introduction and overview of the nature of the non-profit sector; the structure, organization, operation and governance of non-
                                 profit entities; obtaining and maintaining income tax-exempt status; responsibilities of board members; liability issues; sales and
               Sem:              property tax; and charitable contributions. Legal issues unique to religious, healthcare, and educational organizations, will be
               Issues/Non-       discussed. With the assistance of the professor, students will select a topic of interest, and prepare a 30-35 page research
Nash           profit Org.       paper. An oral presentation of the paper is required also.                                                                                             seminar paper
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Last Name      Course Title        Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                                            Pre-reqs   Method of evaluation




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




                                 Theoretical and practical aspects of jury instructions (including special interrogatories) at trial are presented from the perspective
                                 of the judge, counsel, the jury, and the court of appeals. The course will involve the students in researching and drafting
                                 instructions, using pattern instructions, participating in a simulated jury instruction conference, and writing an appellate court
                                 opinion. The course may include presentations by practicing trial attorneys and the observation of a jury instruction conference in
               Jury Instructions an actual trial. This course satisfies an elective requirement of the Civil Litigation Concentration. Enrollment performance on a
Noce           & Trial Practice series of written and oral assignments and exercises. Enrollment is limited.                                                                                        Series of assignments


                                   This seminar provides an in-depth treatment of aspects of copyright law that are particularly applicable to the music and
                                   entertainment industries, including topics such as copyright infringement, sampling, licensing, fair use and parody, peer-to-peer
                                   file sharing and video hosting. The course will also provide a historical context for the interplay of copyright law and the music
                                   industry and examine the ways in which recent technological developments have shaped and are shaping the industry and the
                                   law. The seminar will also consider the ways in which issues often first addressed in the context of the music industry are now
               Sem:                impacting other industries such as software and computer development, the movie and television industries and social media.
               Copyright,          The seminar features a "case study" method, in which each student examines a particular business idea proposed by a
               Music & New         hypothetical client and then analyzes the unique copyright issues it raises. The students are evaluated based on an oral
Pierson        Media               presentation and a memorandum discussing the issues, as well as their participation in the class sessions.                                                       seminar paper




                                   This course will discuss legal systems from a comparative, historical, and anthropological perspective. The course will discuss both methodological
                                   issues (Why do we compare? Can we compare?) and specific topics concerning comparative constitutionalism, comparative law and religion, and
                                   comparative gender and sexuality law. The legal and political systems which will be discussed include the Indian one, the U.S. one, Islamic
                                   jurisdictions, and those of select countries in Europe. No prior knowledge is required; however students should be prepared in this course to do
               Comparative         lengthy and difficult readings, to think seriously about systems of law which are unfamiliar to them, and to think critically about their own legal              Paper (Note-this is a course and the paper does
Redding        Law                 system. A final paper, at least 20 pages in length and involving original research, will be required, as will be extensive class participation.                  not fulfill the seminar requirement)




                                   The objective of this course is development of client interviewing and counseling skills through simulation exercises. The course
                                   meets 2-hours each week for eight (8) weeks. Enrollment in this course is required for students interested in competing in the
               Client              school’s client counseling competition. The competition is part of the course, and performance in the competition determines a
               Counseling I        large part of the grade for the course. Attorneys from the community judge the competition. The best team from the school’s
Roediger       (PS)                competition proceeds to the regional ABA competition. Enrollment limited.                                                                                        Series of assignments, performance

                                   The course comprises law of non-labor arbitration, i.e. arbitration under the Federal Arbitration; Act and state statutes as
                                   opposed to arbitration under Section 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act. The course examines conceptual
                                   foundations of arbitration, i.e. ousting courts of jurisdiction, arbitrability, i.e. which issues may be arbitrated under law; validity and
                                   enforceability of arbitration clauses and the scope of such clauses; legal requirements of arbitration hearings; arbitration awards,
                                   their enforcement, and grounds for their vacation by courts; individual areas of arbitration, with emphasis on commercial
                                   arbitration, and arbitration of statutory rights (discrimination, etc.) in non-union employment context; private arbitration agencies
                                   and their role in appointment of arbitrators and in the promotion of professionalism of arbitrators, such as in the promulgation of                              Exam, students who have completed or are registered
               Non-Labor           a code of professional responsibility and the due process protocol. Students enrolled or who have taken the Seminar in Labor                                     for the seminar on labor arbitration may not take this
Rohlik         Arbitration         Arbitration may not enroll in this class.                                                                                                                        course
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Last Name        Course Title        Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                             Pre-reqs             Method of evaluation




                                     This seminar will help the student explore the history and current application of the arbitration process, including the recent
                                     expansive interpretation given to the Federal Arbitration Act. The student will be required to write a paper on a chosen subject
                                     and present his/her findings to the class in an oral presentation. Visiting speakers from the employment and commercial fields
                 Sem: Labor          will provide orienting insights in the first few weeks of the seminar. In a few instances, case files from actual labor cases may be
Rohlik           Arbitration         used for the writing of an opinion.                                                                                                                         seminar paper




                                     As a result of the first semester competition, a group of at least eight teams will be chosen to participate in the second semester
                                     advanced competition. In addition, the winners of the second semester competition are sponsored by the School of Law at a
Rollins          Moot Court II       national or regional competition in the fall semester of the following year. Students are registered by Professor Rollins.                                  written assignments, performance




                                 Exercise of state and local government powers in a federal system; sources of and limitations on these powers;
                                 impact of federal domestic policy shifts from grants to program devolution on local government power and integrity;
                 State and Local resolution of intergovernmental conflicts; alternative solutions to metropolitan problems; contemporary problems of
Rost             Government      dissolution, annexation, fiscal operation, governmental liability, personnel matters, and citizen participation.                                                Exam and short assignments

                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fall competitions: Health Law Moot Court LAW914-02
                                                                                                                                                                                                 (pre-reqs of Health Law and strongly recommended-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Moot Court I); ABA Negotiations Competition LAW914-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 10 (Negotiations class strongly recommended or co-
                                     This course is for upper division students that wish to participate in inter-law school competitions. Students must 1) complete        LRW I & II, 24 law   req); National Environmental Moot Court Competition
                                     both semesters of Legal Research & Writing, 2) at least twenty-four (24) law school credit hours, and 3) satisfy all prerequisites     school hours and     LAW914-11 (pre-reqs of Evidence and Moot Court I is
                                     applicable to the competition before registering for this course. Selection of students for each competition varies and students       various pre-reqs     strongly recommended); National Moot Court
                                     should direct inquiries to faculty advisors. Students receive pass/fail credit based upon completion of the competition                such as Evidence     Competition LAW914-01 (pre-reqs of Moot Ct I and II-
                                     requirements and by the recommendation of the faculty advisor assigned to the competition. Students interested in receiving            for Trial Ad         students are selected by advancement through Moot Ct
Sanders, Miller, Competition         credit for participation in additional competitions not listed below should seek approval from the Curriculum Committee with the       competitions-        II inter-class competition).
Mickey/Henshaw, Based                assistance of the faculty advisor. Depending upon the competition rules, participation in the competition may meet the                 students should
TBA              Advocacy            Professional Skills requirement.                                                                                                       consult advisors




                                  This mini-course will explore the environmental issues which are present in a commercial real estate contract. The course will
                                  focus on the basis of environmental liability, the technical requirements for avoiding liability, negotiating and drafting of contracts
                                  with consultants, drafting of environmental provisions for real estate contracts, and strategies for understanding technical data
                 Environmental associated with sampling at a site, including lab reports and sampling strategies. The grade will be based upon the drafting
                 Due Diligence in work performed by the student. The student will, by the end of the course, have samples of contracts provisions applicable to
                 Real Estate      environmental due diligence. There is no pre-requisite for this course, though some understanding of real estate transactions is
Schmittgens      Transactions     helpful.                                                                                                                                                       Series of assignments, performance




                                     Focus is on preparation for a civil trial, and course will build on the knowledge and skills acquired in Trial Advocacy. Course        Trial Ad I
Simon/ Dunne     Trial Ad II-Civil   enrollment is limited to 12 students.                                                                                                  LAW894               Series of assignments, performance



                                     This course will cover the preparation and trial of a simulated case from the pleadings to verdict and judgment. The work in the
                                     course is divided into three parts. Two large group day long Saturday meetings, a weekly two‑hour small group meeting and the
                 Trial Ad I (Large trial of a simulated case is required. The class meetings consist primarily of lectures, discussions, and demonstrations. In the  LAW 810
                 and Small         small group meetings, students perform exercise in trial skills. The trials are held in the courtroom and conducted before judges (Evidence) is a
Stewart          group)            and juries.                                                                                                                       pre or co req               Series of assignments, performance
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Professor(s)
Last Name      Course Title        Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                                            Pre-reqs   Method of evaluation



                                   Education policy has taken on increased prominence among both academic and popular discourse. An increased federal focus on education
                                   coupled with a continuing focus on educational outputs and accountability has increased the need for law students to acquire insight into salient
                                   education issues. The interdisciplinary nature of the field of education fosters numerous gateways of inquiry that support a law school course
                                   structured around both theory and practice. The course could also serve as a means of nurturing student interest in professional fields relating to
                                   education. At present, the law school does not offer a similar course; as such, its inclusion in the curriculum would represent a needed and
Taylor         Education Law       timely curricular enhancement.                                                                                                                                   Exam
               Sem: The
               Interplay
               of Politics,
               Economics, and This course will survey the law as it relates to modern education, primarily on the K12 level. Specific topics include school funding, the
               Sociology in   rights of teachers and students, and federal education laws. Topics will be explored within the context of relevant political, economic, and
Taylor         Education Law sociological factors. Students will be assessed based on class participation, assigned presentations, and a final paper.                                               Seminar paper



                                   Products Liability examines the common law liability and federal regulatory regimes affecting the manufacture, distribution and sale of
               Products            harm‑producing products. The course examines the various theories of liability and their resulting doctrinal mechanisms. Strict tort liability is
Terry          Liability           heavily featured along with automobile crashworthiness and toxic tort issues.
                                   This seminar examines advanced litigation and risk management topics pertaining to medical malpractice and products liability-                                   exam
               Sem: Advanced       based drug litigation. Topics for discussion include: the medical malpractice “crisis,” its real and perceived causes; medical
               Topics in           malpractice and insurance reform (“crisis” legislation); technology and patient safety, including evidence-based medicine, clinical
                                   practice guidelines, computerized physician order entry tools (CPOEs), and expert systems; record-keeping exposure to liability
               Malpractice &       and electronic health records; cutting edge issues in the malpractice standard of care, informed consent, evidence, causation,
               Drug/Device         and affirmative defenses; liability for breaches of health privacy and confidentiality; the impact of direct-to-consumer (DTC) and
Terry          Litigation          other pharmaceutical marketing on liability structures; preemption issues and medical devices. This is a research seminar and a                                  seminar paper




                                   This course will focus on U.S. and international trade law and institutions. The U.S. focus will include a study of the domestic laws and
                                   institutions relating to customs, tariffs, and unfair trade practices. The international focus will be on multilateral and regional trade
                                   organizations, including the World Trade Organization and NAFTA. Topics will include institutional structure, national treatment, most
               International       favored nation treatment, trade in goods, trade in services, foreign investment, intellectual property, dispute settlement, treatment of developing
Wagner         Trade               countries, trade and labor, and trade and the environment                                                                                           None         Exam


                                   Health Care Law will focus on the legal regulation and liability of physicians and other health personnel; legal regulation of
               Health Care         hospitals and other health institutions; government regulation of the cost and quality of health care; financing health care
Watson         Law                 delivery; legal aspects of medical ethics.                                                                                                                       Exam




                                   Legal concepts of ownership and possession; finding; bailment; adverse possession; relationship of landlord and tenant;
                                   concurrent ownership; restraints on transferability of land; common law estates and future interests; private limits on the use of
                                   land; nuisance; easements and profits; licenses; covenants running with the land; introduction to public control of land use,
Weinberger     Property            zoning, eminent domain; introduction to intellectual property                                                                                                    Exam




                                   Contractual, financing, title and tax considerations of residential and commercial real estate transactions; problems in the
                                   development, financing, leasing and disposition of real estate; brief consideration of bankruptcy and environmental law issues;
               Real Estate         use of planning and legal concepts to accomplish land development objectives in a transactional setting; introduction to the
Weinberger     Transactions        drafting and negotiation of real estate documentation.                                                                                                           Exam
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Professor(s)
Last Name        Course Title        Course/Seminar Description                                                                                                             Pre-reqs   Method of evaluation
                               This seminar will examine the American Presidency with particular emphasis on the constitutional powers and authority of the
                               President. Topics will include: (i) powers, both plenary and shared, of the President in the areas of national security, foreign
                               affairs (including treaties and executive agreements), war-powers, pardon power, and military deployments; (ii) presidential
                               "signing statements" and the circumstances, if any, under which the President may refuse to enforce laws he determines to be
                               unconstitutional; (iii) the constitutional bases and limitations of congressional oversight of the executive; and (iv) executive
                               privilege and the obligations of the executive to comply with demands for information from Congress or the judiciary. The
                 Sem: American seminar will include consideration of the framers' conception of the presidency as reflected in the text of the original Constitution
Willard          Presidency    and will explore subsequent understandings of the constitutional status and authority of the chief executive.                                           seminar paper




                                     This course will cover legal problems of the environment; rational allocation of natural resource use; approaches to the
                 Environmental       regulation of pollution; statutory and common law solutions; judicial and administrative regulation; economic, political and social
Williams         Law                 aspects of regulation; focus on air pollution control.                                                                                            exam

                                     The Housing Issues Symposium is an interdisciplinary program that offers opportunities for law students to work with graduate
                                     students in the schools of business, public policy, and social service at Saint Louis University, and architectural and social work
                                     students from Washington University. Students and faculty from these schools work in teams to respond to hypothetical and live
                                     requests for proposals (RFP’s) for housing and neighborhood development projects. Each student team prepares a
                                     collaborative paper responding to an RFP. Classes will be held at Washington University, SLU Department of Public Policy and
                                     the School of Law. In addition, students make formal oral presentations of their proposals in a session that is open to the
                                     public. Faculty members from the participating disciplines conduct regular two-hour class sessions on multi-disciplinary aspects
                                     of housing and neighborhood development, such as low income housing tax credit financing, neighborhood collaborative
                                     planning and asset building, use of design principles to help gain community acceptance, and negotiation of public-private
                                     partnership agreements. Student teams, with at least one member from each participating discipline, meet regularly outside of
                 Urban Issues        class to discuss and prepare their team’s response to the RFP they have chosen. The grade for this course is not calculated in
Williams         Symposium           the G.P.A                                                                                                                                         Series of assignments




                                     The course is intended as an upper division course exploring the various rights, remedies, structural provisions common to state
                                     constitutions. The emphasis will be on the history, interpretation, and operation of state constitutional provisions, as well as how
                 State               these differ from the federal constitution, but how . The course thereby will provide future lawyers an understanding of role of
                 Constitutional      the state constitution in structuring government, the procedural and substantive protections of rights and interests afforded under
Wolff            Law                 state constitutions, and the processes for interpreting and changing state constitutional law.                                                    Exam




                                   This course provides a basic introduction to the process of civil litigation. During fall semester, students will learn about basic
                                   notions of procedural law and judicial authority. The main topics discussed include personal jurisdiction, subject matter
                                   jurisdiction, venue, and the Erie doctrine. In the spring semester, students will concentrate more on the procedural rules
Wolff, Redding   Civil Procedure I governing different stages in the federal civil litigation process – from initial pleadings through final judgment and appeal.                      Exam
Abbreviation   Certificate/Concentration/Grad Req
PS             Professional Skills Requirement
H              Humanities Requirement
IC             International and Comparative Law Certificate
EC             Employment Law Certificate
HC             Health Law Certificate
BTC            Business Transactional Law
CivC           Civil Litigation Skills
CrimC          Criminal Litigation Skills
Tx             Taxation
UD             Urban Development, Land Use and Environmental Law
IP             Intellectual Property Concentration
               3rd year priority
               2nd year priority
               1st year courses
               Seminars
               Part time second year core courses
               Evening priority

				
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