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Course Schedule - Spring 2018

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Course Number Section Number Course Title Call Number Instructor Days Times Location Min-Max Credits 60/90 RuleExperiential Learning 64 Rule Years Notes
723001Legal Research & Writing II3-3903L1No PF
723002Legal Research & Writing II3-3903L1No PF
723003Legal Research & Writing II3-3903L1No PF
723004Legal Research & Writing II3-3903L1No PF
723005Legal Research & Writing II3-3903L1No PF
723006Legal Research & Writing II3-3903L1No PF
723007Legal Research & Writing II3-3903L1No PF
815001Appellate Advocacy (moot court competitors)43954Tai, S.
Stevenson, A.
1-3600L2-L3Requires consent of instructor.
815002Appellate Advocacy (moot board & coaches)43955Tai, S.
Stevenson, A.
1-3600L2-L3Requires consent of instructor.
815004Appellate Advocacy (LLSA moot court)1-3600L2-L3Requires consent of instructor.
815003Appellate Advocacy (moot court-Heffernan)44145Tai, S.
Stevenson, A.
1-1600L2PF only; 2Ls only; limit: 20 students not already on the Moot Court Board.
815005Appellate Advocacy (moot court-Environmental Law (ELS))1-360L2-L3PF only;consent required
815006Appellate Advocacy (International Law)1-360L2-L3PF only;consent required
815007Appellate Advocacy (moot court-Natl. Native Amer. Law Students Assoc. competition) 52408Monette, R.1-360L2-L3PF only;consent required
852003Trial Advocacy (Mock Trial competition)43961Peterson, K.3-3*Experiential LearningL2-L3PF only; meeting times TBD; Trial Advocacy for Mock Trial Team; consent of instructor; pre req: Evidence.
854002Clinical Program: Defense Project43982LaVigne, M.1-7*Experiential LearningL2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.
854006Clinical Program: Judicial Internship44058Hadjimarkos, S.1-7*Experiential Learning0L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor. Mandatory training session on Friday morning, January 26.
854007Clinical Program: Labor Law Externship48796McBride, E.1-7*Experiential Learning0L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.
854008Clinical Program: Restorative Justice Project43984Scharrer, J.1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.
854010Clinical Program: Family Law Project (FLP)44113Shear, L.1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; Req. consent of instructor.
854011Clinical Program: Prosecution Project43993TBA, .1-7*Experiential LearningL2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.
854014Clinical Program: Law Externship44067McBride, E.1-7*Experiential Learning0L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.
854016Clinical Program: Oxford Federal Project44088Stevenson, A.1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; req. consent of instructor; LW.
854019Clinical Program: Immigrant Justice Clinic56147Heeren, G.1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; req. consent of instructor; LW.
854017Clinical Program: Federal Appeals Project44122Stevenson, A.1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; req. consent of instructor; LW.
862001Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons (LAIP)43966Prosser, M.1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor. LW.
895001WI International Law Journal43967Klug, H.1-390L2-L3Admission to Journal
896001WI Journal of Law, Gender & Society43968Tahk, S.1-390L2-L3Admission to Journal
899001Wisconsin Law Review43969Findley, K.1-390L2-L3Admission to Journal
915001SP Crim. J. Admin: Federal Criminal Appeals44000Stevenson, A.2-2602L2-L3PF only; req. consent of instructor; limited to clinical participants. Meeting time TBD based on participant schedules. Project/presentation
918002SP International Law: Vis Competition44130Yackee, J.2-360L2-L3PF only; competition team members.
990001Directed Research1-1290L2-L3requires consent of instructor.
991001Directed Reading1-390L2-L3requires consent of instructor.
940001Intro to Islamic Law & Jurisprudence43971Quraishi-Landes, A.Course changed to Law 785
854018Clinical Program: Corporate Legal Department Externship44126Heymann, J.1-7*Experiential Learning0L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor
950006National Transactional LawMeet51978Nili, Y.2-260L2-L2PF only; consent of intructor
852005Trial Advocacy (BLSA Mock Trial)44091Williams, S.2-3*Experiential LearningL2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor
854015Clinical Program: Law & Entrepreneurship44069Smith, A.F1000-12001403 Univ. Ave.1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; req. consent of instructor; LW.
771001Trusts & Estates I44142Erlanger, H.TR330-53022112-2602L2-L3PF; limit: 65 students; meets Wills & Estates Req.; meets through March 1st. Note: Final Exam will be March 4th.
824001Federal Jurisdiction44155Yablon, R.TR110-23022113-3603L2-L3PF; meets Jurisdiction of Courts Req. Take-home Exam: May 8
828001International Business Transactions44042Yackee, J.MW240-40022113-3603L2-L3PF; meets Legal Process Req. Exam: May 4 pm
850001Professional Responsibilities43958Pierce, T.MW540-70022113-3*3L2-L3PF; meets Prof. Respon. Req. Exam: May 6 am
940004Defense Function43972LaVigne, M.MW110-23022113-3603L2-L3No PF; requires consent of instructor. Project/presentation
Lg.Studies444Legal Studies: Law In Action (Undergraduates)Murchison, M.TR1100-12152211n/an/aUndergraLegal Studies 444 students only. Discussion sections meet Fridays at 1205 (Rm 2211), 120 (Rm 3247), and 225 (Rm 3247).
940005Law of Democracy43973Yablon, R.MW900-102022113-3603L2-L3PF; meets Legal Process requirement; prior or concurrent enrollment in Con Law I and/or Con Law II recommended. Take-home Exam: May 4 am
715002Torts44153Leachman, G.TWR240-40022254-4604L1No PF; meets Torts Req. Take-home Exam: May 10
736001Secured Transactions43949Cohen, A.MW110-23022253-3603L2-L3PF; Exam: May 8 pm
749001Trademarks51768Frenchick, G.W410-61022252-3602L2-L3PF; distance learning course (some sessions will be in-person with instructor; most via Skype). Exam: May 6 am
840001Taxation II43957Schnur, R.TR110-23022253-3603L2-L3PF; pre-req: Tax I. Exam: May 8 am
950002Guardian ad Litem Practice in Wisconsin44020Viney, G.TR900-102022251-1601L2-L3PF only; short course: nine sessions in the last five weeks of the term; limit: 30 students. Project/presentation
914001Securities Regulation56124Nili, Y.TR1030-115022253-3603L2-L3PF; Bus Org II recommended. Exam: May 9 pm
940007Labor Relations II44089Carne, D.T540-74022252-2602L2-L3PF; Law 745 (Employment Law/ Labor Relations I) required. Paper
744001Administrative Law44001Ohnesorge, J.TR1030-115022603-3603L2-L3PF; meets Legal Process requirement. Exam: May 9 pm
817001Business Organizations I43956Ohnesorge, J.MW1030-115022603-3603L1/L2-L3PF for 2Ls/3Ls only. Exam: May 7 am
940003Prosecution Function43985TBA, .MW110-23022603-3603L2-L3Requires consent of instructor (Prosecution Project participants). . Project/presentation
950004Business Organizations Module48948Ohnesorge, J.MW1030-115022601-160L2-L3PF only; must also be enrolled in Law 817 in Spring 2018 Term. LW Paper
950005Administrative Law Module49051Ohnesorge, J.TR1030-115022601-160L2-L3PF only; must also be enrolled in Law 744 in Spring 2018 Term. LW Paper
808001Advanced Legal Writing: Writing for Law Practice43953Weigold, U.R240-44032262-2602L2-L3No PF; limit: 16 students; LW Drafting assignments
808002Advanced Legal Writing: Legislative Drafting51772Strange, J.M950-115032262-2602L2-L3No PF; limit: 15 students; LW Drafting assignments
854005Clinical Program: Wisconsin Innocence Project43965Sperling, C.
Wright, S.
W240-33532261-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor. LW.
918001SP International Law: International Environmental Law44059Atapattu, S.W950-115032263-3603L2-L3PF; limit: 20 students; International Law recommended. Paper
935001Health Law44171Coyne, S.T820-102032262-2602L2-L3PF; Note: "consent of instructor" is NOT required, despite the notice appearing in the Student Center. Exam: May 9 am
940002Worker's Compensation Law43988Aplin, R.W500-70032262-260Experiential Learning2L2-L3PF; limit: 20 students Project/ presentation
940006Construction Law43974Aiken, J.MW110-23032263-3603L2-L3PF; limit 30 students. Exam: May 8 pm
904001SP Con Law: WI Constitution and Government43970Monette, R.T240-44032262-3602L2-L3PF; meets Legal Process Req. Exam: May 3 am
785001Islamic Law & Jurisprudence56501Quraishi-Landes, A.R950-115032262-2902L2-L3PF; limit: 25 students. LW Paper/ project
601001Intro to American Law44107Bach, D.TR900-102032473-3n/an/aL4-L5No PF; LLM-LI/LLM/SJD students only. Exam:
723008Legal Research & Writing IITR435-55532473-3903L1No PF
838001Real Estate Transactions II44087Buck, D.MW540-63532472-2602L2-L3PF; pre-req: Real Estate Trans. I (Note: Tax I is NOT a pre-req, despite the notice appearing in the Student Center.) Exam: May 6 am
602001Legal Sources56598Strange, J.MW110-22032473-3n/an/aL4-L5No PF; LLM-LI/LLM/SJD students only Exam:
743001Negotiation/Mediation43951Hahn, E.
Phillips, M.
R430-63032502-260Experiential Learning2L2-L3PF only; limit 16 students.
849001Pre-Trial Advocacy44106Edwards, T.M540-74032503-360Experiential Learning3L2-L3PF only; limit: 16 students.
950001Lawyering Skills Course43975Viney, G.MTWR110-40032508-8*Experiential Learning8L2-L3PF only; limit 62 students. Project/presentation
827001International Law44066Huneeus, A.TR900-102032533-3603L1/L2-L3PF for 2Ls/3Ls only; meets Legal Process Req. Exam: May 9 am
818001Comparative Law56072Hendley, K.TR1030-115032533-3903L1/L2-L3PF for 2Ls/3Ls only; meets Legal Process requirement. LW Take-home exam
765001Equal Employment Law56122Leachman, G.MW1030-115032533-3603L2-L3PF; Labor Relations (Labor & Employment Law) recommended. Take-home Exam
821001Bankruptcy44135Richman, M.MW900-102032603-3603L2-L3PF; Exam: May 4 am
852001Trial Advocacy: Practical Litigation Skills43960Kasieta, R.W110-310 32602-2*Experiential Learning2L2-L3PF only; limit 18 students; Evidence required (but taking concurrently is okay).
852004Trial Advocacy (Defender Project)43962LaVigne, M.T410-61032602-2*Experiential Learning2L2-L3PF only; consent required; Prosecution Project students only; meets last six weeks of term.
854012Clinical Program: Criminal Appeals Project44120Scheiber Jurss, H.TR110-23032601-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.
860001Adv. Criminal Procedure: Rep. Criminal Appellant44043Scheiber Jurss, H.TR110-23032603-3603L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor; LW. Project/presentation
772001Use of Trusts in Estate Planning44172Heiner, L.
Hannon, J.
W410-61032612-260Experiential Learning2L2-L3PF; limit: 18 students; T&E I required (or consent from Prof. Heiner: lheiner@BoardmanClark.com ). Drafting assignments
854009Clinical Program: Neighborhood Law Clinic (NLC)44041Mitch, .R900-110032611-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor. LW.
854013Clinical Program: Government & Legislative Clinic (GLC)44019McBride, E.F900-102032611-7*Experiential LearningL2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.
854001Clinical Program: Consumer Law Clinic44136Orr, S.R900-110032681-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor. LW.
715001Torts44152Charo, R.MTWRF900-95552234-4604L1No PF; meets Torts Req. Exam: May 10 am
715003Torts48791Ossorio, P.TR410-64052234-4604L1No PF; meets Torts Req. Take-home Exam: May 10
721001Contracts II44170Tai, S.MW240-40052233-4603L1/L2-L3No PF; pre-req: Contracts I; 1Ls may take only for 3 credits.. LW Paper
820001Conflict of Laws51753Monette, R.MW410-53052233-3603L2-L3PF; meets Jurisdiction of Courts req. Exam: May 5 am
854004Clinical Program: Family Court Clinic (FCC)43964Mansfield, M.R110-23052231-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor. LW.
940008Mental Health Law44128Van Rybroek, G.M545-74552232-2602L2-L3PF; limit 25 students Take-home exam
953001SP Bus. Orgs: Corporate Governance and Deals Lab 48895Nili, Y.TR240-40052233-360Experiential Learning3L2-L3PF; Bus. Orgs. II required; limit: 16 students. LW Presentations; simulations; assignments
848001Intro to Environmental Law56073Tai, S.MW1030-115052233-3603L2-L3PF; Administrative Law recommended Exam: May 7 am
731001Constitutional Law I43947Quraishi-Landes, A.TR110-23052293-4603L1/ L2-L3PF for 2Ls/3Ls; no PF for 1Ls; meets Con Law I Req. Note variable credits 3-4 credits; 3 cr. only for 1Ls. Take-home Exam
731002Constitutional Law I43948Schwartz, D.MW900-102052293-3603L1/ L2-L3PF for 2Ls/3Ls; no PF for 1Ls. Meets Con Law I req. Take-home Exam
802001Civil Procedure II43952Greene, L.MW110-23052293-4603L1/ L2-L3PF for 2Ls/3Ls only; 4th credit available for 2Ls/3Ls only; meets Juris. of Cts. Req. Exam: May 8 pm
850002Professional Responsibilities43959Schweitzer, N.TR800-85552292-2n/an/aL4-L5Section strictly limited to LLM-LIs only. Exam: May __
724001Property43943Klug, H.MW435-63552404-4604L1No PF; meets Property Req. Exam: May 5 am
724002Property43944Seifter, M.MW110-31052404-4604L1No PF; meets Property Req. Take-home Exam: May 5
725001Introduction to Criminal Procedure43945Findley, K.TR110-23052403-3603L1/ L2-L3PF for 2L/3Ls only; meets Crim. Pro. Req. Exam: May 8 am
725002Introduction to Criminal Procedure43946Klingele, C.MW1030-115052403-3603L1/ L2-L3PF for 2Ls/3Ls only; meets Crim. Pro. Req. Exam: May 7 am
743002Negotiation/Mediation44060Williams, M.
Senatori, M.
T300-50052402-260Experiential Learning2L2-L3PF only; limit 16 students.
905001Bioethics & the Law55961Charo, R.TR1100-1215 T
1030-1150 R
52403-3603L2-L3PF; limit 25 Law students; meets with MHB 558. Note slightly differing meeting times on T and R. LW Paper
740001Constitutional Law II43950Schwartz, D.MW1030-115052463-3603L2-L3PF; Con Law I required; satisfies Con Law II Req. Take-home Exam
801001Evidence44168Findley, K.TR950-115052464-4604L2-L3PF; meets Evidence Req. Exam: May 10 am
714001Civil Procedure I56071McDermott, M.TR240-44052464-4604L1Medium section Exam: May 10 am
872001Legal Issues: North America & East Asia48867Smithka, C.W610-740Cisco TelePresence Room at WI Discovery Bldg. 2-2902L2-L3; L4-L5PF; evening class; limit 10 JD students, 7 LLM-LI student; course meets starting Feb. 28; as of March 14th the meeting time changes to 7:10-8:40 pm. LW Paper/project
768001Clinical Program: Health Advocacy & Patient-Centered Care44118Johnson, S.
Davis, S.
Gaines, M.
R400-500CPP1-7*Experiential Learning1-7L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor. Project/presentation
ELPA841Legal Aspects of Higher Education32884Dunek, L.W440-710Educ. 1513-3603L2-L3Ed. Leadership 841; non-Law School grading; credits count as law credits; interested Law students can enroll directly.
ELPA840Public School Law33323Underwood, J.Educ. L1733-3603L2-L3Ed. Leadership 840; non-Law School grading; credits count as law credits; consent of instructor (Prof. Underwood) required; for meeting times, see ELPA 840 in University's Course Guide.
870001International Tax44127Misey, R.R530-810Grainger 25103-3603L2-L3No PF; Tax I required; meets with Accounting 725; exam on last day of class.
928001SP Land Law: Real Estate Process44117Johnson, M.MW400-515Grainger 35603-3603L2-L3PF; required for Real Estate Concentration; meets with Real Estate 706; limit: 15 Law students. Exam at the May _ class.
950003Advanced Legal Research44119Shucha, B.T950-1150Law Library Computer Lab2-260Experiential Learning2L2-L3PF only; limit: 18 students Project/ presentation
830001Land Use Controls50813Ohm, B.TR930-1045Music 2083-3603L2-L3PF; meets with Urban & Regional Planning 830; limit: 10 Law students.
940014From Patient to Policy: Models of System Level Advocacy43989Jacklitz, J.T430-600online course3-3603L2-L3PF; consent of instructor required. Project/presentation
854003Clinical Program: WI Department of Justice43963Paulson, R.R900-1000WI Dept Justice1-7*Experiential Learning0L2-L3PF only; requires consent of instructor.