First Year Courses:
Civil Procedure I, Section 1, Prof. Megan McDermott: First Assignment.
Civil Procedure I, Section 2, Prof. Ion Meyn: First Assignment.
Civil Procedure I, Section 5, Prof. Robert Yablon: First Assignment
Contracts, Section 2 and Section 3, Prof. Mark Sidel: We will use Steven Burton, Principles of Contract Law (4th ed., 2012)[Casebook] and Burton and Eisenberg, Contract Law: Selected Source Materials Annotated (2016)[Supplement]. For the first week, please carefully read pp. 1-32 in the Casebook.
Contracts, Section 4, Prof. Kathie Hendley: Be prepared to discuss the problems on pp. 42-45 of Contracts: Law in Action (4th ed.). Note that working through these problems will require you to consult the Uniform Commercial Code, which is available in the statutory supplement. Please read pp. 1-42 of the casebook as background.
Contracts, Section 5, Prof. Mitra Sharafi: For Tuesday, September 6 - Contracts for the sale of goods (UCC Article 2 applicability) Macaulay, Whitford, Hendley and Lipson, Contracts: Law in Action (2016, 4th ed.), pp. 42-5 (plus, as background, pp. 1-42). To complete the questions at pp. 42-5, you'll need to read the relevant provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code, which are in a separate book: Scott and Kraus, Contract Law and Theory: Restatement of Contracts and Uniform Commercial Code (LexisNexis, 2013), 5th ed.
Intro to Substantive Criminal Law, Section 4, Prof. Mary Prosser: First Assignment
Legal Research and Writing I, Section 1 and Section 7, Prof. Andrew Turner: Please read Edwards chapters 1 and 2. Prepare to discuss Edwards problem 2-1.
2L and 3L Courses:
Business Organizations I, Prof. Kenneth Davis: Syllabus and Supplementary Materials
Civil Procedure II, Section 1, Prof. Linda Greene: First Assignment
Environmental Law and Practice, Profs. Dawson and Kent: One of the required texts for this course, Wisconsin Water Law in the 21st Century, is available online from www.wisconsinwaterlaw.com, or can be purchased in class.
Labor Relations (Labor and Employment Law), Prof. Danielle Carne: For the first class, please read pages 3-41 of the casebook.
Professional Responsibilities, Section 2, Prof. Tim Pierce: For the first class on Wednesday, Sept. 7, please do the following three things: 1) Sign up for the class on TWEN. This is where all information about the class will be found and it is how I will communicate with the class. 2) Read the course syllabus. This contains important information about the class as well as the required books. 3) Read Chapter One (pp. 1-26) of the textbook and ABA Model Rules (MR): Preamble and Scope, MR 1.0 and Comment.
Real Estate Transactions I, Prof. Gretchen Viney: First Assignment
Secured Transactions, Prof. Adrian Cohen: First Assignment
Securities Regulation, Prof. Kenneth Davis: Syllabus and Assignments
Trusts and Estates, Prof. Howard Erlanger: First Assignment
Legal Sources, Sections 1 and 2, Prof. Margaret Baumgartner: For the first class, read Edwards, Legal Writing and Analysis, pp. 3-9, and prepare exercise 1-1 for class. For the second class, read Edwards, Legal Writing and Analysis, pp. 17-23, and prepare exercises 2-1, 2-3. Read Sloan, Researching the Law, pp. 9-11. Please note: Because of the Labor Day holiday, Legal Sources Section 1 will meet with Section 2 on Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 2:15 p.m. in Room 2225.