First Year Courses:
Legal Research and Writing II, Section 5, Prof. Andrew Turner: Please read chapters 13 and 21 of the Edwards text. If you want to get a bit ahead, you can start on Sloan, chapters 3-7, and then skim chapters 8-11.
Property, Section 3, Prof. Miriam Seifter: Our casebook ("CB") is Singer et al., Property Law, 6th ed. 2014. Supplemental readings will be posted on the class Moodle website. Assignment for the first class (Wednesday, January 20): Read and be prepared to discuss CB pages 3 - 29.
Torts, Section 3, Prof. Gwendolyn Leachman: Please read p. 1-18 in the Franklin et al casebook.
1L Electives and 2L and 3L Courses
Administrative Law, Prof. Mirian Seifter: Our casebook ("CB") is Lawson, Administrative Law, 6th ed. 2013. Supplemental readings will be posted on the class Moodle website. Assignment for the first class (Wednesday, January 20): Read and be prepared to discuss CB pp. 1-22.
Civil Procedure II, Section 1, Prof. Linda Greene: Our casebook is Friedenthal et al., Civil Procedure Cases and Materials (11th ed. 2013), and Friedenthal et al 2015 Civil Procedure Supplement (2015). Agenda for the first class day (Wed. Jan. 20): Getting to Know You; Overview of Topics Covered and Syllabus; Expectations and Approach; and Introduction to Jurisdiction Over Parties.
Constitutional Law II, Section 2, Prof. Brad Snyder: Please read DeBoer v. Snyder (6th Cir. Nov. 6, 2014) - Judge Sutton only, p 7-8, 13-42 Supp. Also Baskin v. Bogen (7th Cir. Sept. 4, 2014) - Judge Posner only p. 2-8, 13-20, 27-35 Supp.
Equal Employment Law, Prof. Gwendolyn Leachman: Please read pp. 1-16 of the Zimmer et al casebook.
Evidence, Prof. Keith Findley: Our textbook will be Allen, Kuhns, Swift, Schwartz & Pardo, Evidence: Text, Problems, and Cases (Wolters Kluwer 5th ed. 2011). Additionally, we will be using a clicker system, which means you will need to get set up with the clicker before our first class. You have two options. You can either purchase a hand unit from iClicker, or you can purchase and download a subscription to the software that will enable you to use your computer or smart phone. Purchasing a subscription and using your smart phone or computer is cheaper than purchasing a separate hand-held unit, so I assume that is what most, if not all, of you will want to do. Instructions for either option are in this iClicker Student guide.
Also, for the first class on Wednesday, please read and be prepared to discuss pp. 1-7 and 79-90 of the textbook, along with the case file in United States v. Douglas.
Payments, Prof. Adrian Cohen: First Assignment
Professional Responsibilities, Section 2, Prof. Timothy Pierce: For the first class, please read pp. 1-26 of the textbook. Also, in the ABA Model Rules ("MR"), read the Preamble and Scope, Model Rule 1.0 and Comment. Also sign up for the class TWEN site and read the syllabus, which has been posted on TWEN.
Secured Transactions, Prof. Adrian Cohen: First Assignment