First Year Courses:
Property, Section 1, Prof. Miriam Seifter: For the first class on Tuesday, January 17, read and be prepared to discuss pp. 3-16, 17-18 (n. 7 only), and 21-29 of the casebook (Singer, et al., Property Law, 6th ed. 2014).
Torts, Section 1, Prof. Gwyn Leachman: Read Franklin, et al, pp. 1-16.
Torts, Section 2, Prof. Pilar Ossorio: Students should read pp 1-18 of their assigned Torts textbook (Franklin, Rabin, Green, et al).
Torts, Section 3, Prof. Peter Carstensen: Read pp. 1-23 of the Casebook, and Addendum A (RAND accident cost data).
2L and 3L Courses:
Advanced Legal Writing: Craft and Style, Prof. Ursula Weigold: For the first class, please read chapters one and three of the textbook: Tom Goldstein & Jethro K. Lieberman, The Lawyer's Guide to Writing Well (3d ed. 2016). Those chapters are posted on the Desire2Learn webcourse under the Course Materials tab.
Antitrust, Prof. Peter Carstensen: Read pp 1-17 of the Casebook, ADM video, Addendum A (emphasizing pp. 6 - 13 and Addendum A).
Health Law, Prof. Sarah Coyne: Syllabus
Pre-Trial Advocacy, Section 2, Prof. Kim Grimmer: First Assignment
Payments, Prof. Adrian Cohen: First Assignment
Professional Responsibilities, Section 1, Prof. Marsha Manfield: Initial Assignment
Professional Responsibilities, Section 2, Prof. Tim Pierce: For the first class, please do the following: 1) Read Model Rules (MR) Preamble and Scope, and MR 1.0 and Comment; as well as Chapter One of the textbook [Russell G. Pearce, Daniel J. Capra, Bruce A. Green, Renee Newman Knake and Laurel S. Terry, Professional Responsibility: A Contemporary Approach (West 2d ed. 2013)]; 2) Sign up for the class on TWEN (this is where assignments will be posted and this is how I will communicate with the class; and 3) Read the Syllabus.
Professional Responsibilities, Section 3, Prof. Nick Schweitzer: Syllabus (which includes first assignment)
Secured Transactions, Prof. Adrian Cohen: First Assignment
Use of Trusts in Estate Planning, Prof. Liz Heiner: Syllabus and materials