Registrar

Advance Assignments - Fall 2017

ProfessorCourse NameAssignments and Documents Date Posted
Professor Anderson Lawyering Process I Advance Assignment 08/08/2017
Professor Arkin & Irvine Family Law (Advanced) - The Divorce Syllabus   Reading Assignment 08/06/2017
Professor Aviel Family Law For our first class (Tuesday August 15), please register for the course TWEN page and review the syllabus posted there. Please read Buck v. Bell and DeShaney v. Winnebago County Department of Social Services, both available under the course materials section of the TWEN site. Please also read pp. 49-54 in the course textbook: Family Law Cases and Materials, by Judith Areen, Marc Spindelman, and Philomela Tsoukala (Foundation Press, 6th ed. 2012). 08/07/2017
Professor Beatie Water Transactions Seminar Please read the Executive Summary of Colorado's Water Plan, which can be found here: http://cwcbweblink.state.co.us/WebLink/ElectronicFile.aspx?docid=200996&searchid=ab75ea87-7dbe-4fea-98dc-b924c94c17f0&&dbid=0, and Chapters 1 and 2 of the Water Plan, which can be found here:
http://cwcbweblink.state.co.us/weblink/0/doc/199498/Electronic.aspx?searchid=80d50cb3-95bf-405c-bfa5-587c633c7136 and here:
http://cwcbweblink.state.co.us/weblink/0/doc/199500/Electronic.aspx?searchid=80d50cb3-95bf-405c-bfa5-587c633c7136. Please also read: Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr., Snake River Basin Adjudication and John Wesley Powell's Much-Misunderstood Water Commonwealth Governance Proposal, 52 IDAHO L. REV. 1 (2016).
08/07/2017
Professor Chao Privacy Law The textbook for this class is Privacy and Data Protection Law, by William McGeveran. I plan to create a class TWEN folder by August 11 and there will be more material there. The first few readings are as follows:

Aug. 14

Constitutional Law 1 (Fourth Amendment) pp. 1-43

Aug. 16

Constitutional Law 2 (First Amendment; Substantive Due Process) pp.43-66

Aug. 21

Constitutional Law 3 (Other Constitutional Systems) pp.66-86

07/17/2017
Professor Chao Patent Law Register for Patent Law on TWEN. I will post a pdf of the first two assignments, but you need to purchase Nard, The Law of Patents (4th ed).   The first two assignments are:


- 8/14 (Mon) Assignment #1: Nard pp. 1-40 (don't concern yourself with the footnotes in this chapter) and Pizza Box Patent.

- 8/16 (Wed) Assignment #2: Nard pp. 40-52, 61-78. Phillips v. AWH Corp. Read the relevant portions of U.S. Patent No. 4,677,798 posted on TWEN. Also please review the Video I posted in Lecture 2.

07/31/2017
Professor Colburn International Mergers and Acquisitions Please register for the TWEN site for this course. 08/09/2017
Professor Egan Health Law Furrow, Health Law. Chapter 1, pages 1-70

Please remember that there has been a book change. The correct book is Furrow, Health Law Cases and Materials, 7th edition, American case book series, West publisher.
NOT
Furrow, Health Law, 3rd edition, Hornbook series

Dr. Egan is using TWEN with the course name Introduction to Health Law.

08/08/2017
Professor Ehrenreich Race, Class, and Reproductive Justice Advance Assignment 08/10/2017
Professor Ehrenreich Torts Advance Assignment 08/09/2017
Professor Eid Federal Indian Law Reading for the first class on Aug 14: AMERICAN INDIAN LAW, Chapter 1 (pp. 1-13).

Please also register for the course TWEN site. Syllabus

07/19/2017
Professor Farrell Criminal Procedure Welcome to Basic Criminal Procedure! There is no reading for our first class. For our second class, please read pages 1-32 of the textbook. Our text is: SAM KAMIN & RICARDO J. BASCUAS, INVESTIGATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH (2ND ED.). 08/10/2017
Professor Farrell Criminal Law Welcome to Criminal Law! In advance of our first class, please sign up to the Criminal Law TWEN page and read the Class 1 reading assignment posted there. For the second class on Tuesday, please read pages 1-11 of the textbook. The reading for the third class on Wednesday, please read pages 20-38 of the textbook. The text is Cynthia Lee and Angela Harris, Criminal Law Cases and Materials (3rd Ed.). 08/10/2017
Professor Felter Administrative Law Advance Assignment 08/07/2017
Professor Friedlob Lobbying Law Syllabus 08/14/2017
Professor García Hernández Crimmigration Law Advance Assignment 08/10/2017
Professor García Hernández Immigration Law Advance Assignment 08/10/2017
Professor Hammond Trusts & Estates Sign up for the course on TWEN
Download the lecture outline (text)
Download Syllabus, read materials for the first week of class.
08/02/2017
Professor Juárez Civil Procedure Advance Assignment 08/10/2017
Professor Kamin Death Penalty Jurisprudence Advance Assignment 08/11/2017
Professor Kamin Representing the Marijuana Client Advance Assignment 08/11/2017
Professor Marceau Criminal Procedure For the first day of class please read pages 1-12 of the textbook (Chemerinsky and Levenson) as well as the following federal rules of criminal procedure: 2, 3, 4, 5, 5.1. You are free to simply download copies of the federal rules online, or you may purchase a copy of the rules of criminal procedure through amazon or an online bookseller. The bulk of the course discussion is based on case law, but we will incorporate the federal rules where necessary. This first class is a very general introduction and the assigned rules provide the framework for the pretrial proceedings. Feel free to contact me with questions, jmarceau@law.du.edu. The syllabus for the semester is linked here, but please note that I often deviate from it and it should only be treated as a rough estimate of timing and coverage. Syllabus 08/02/2017
Professor Marceau and Professor Tutchton Animal Law There is a TWEN cite for this course with a copy of the tentative syllabus. For the first day of class please read the following: Animal Liberation, Francione Interview, and Review of Francione. These first materials are designed to provide some context for the legal principles that will be discussed throughout the semester.   Feel free to contact us with questions, jmarceau@law.du.edu, jtutchtontlo@gmail.com. Francione Interview   Review of Franciones   Singer Anim Liberation 08/07/2017
Professor McDaniel-Miccio Criminal Procedure Cook & Marcus, 1-17 07/31/2017
Professor Moffat Introduction to Intellectual Property Please register for the TWEN site. Information about the textbooks for the class is posted there. 07/24/2017
Professor Moran Lawyering Process I Please register for our TWEN site and read the Announcement on the home page. The advance assignment is listed there. 08/11/2017
Professor Moran Lawyering Process I Please register for our TWEN site and read the Announcement on the home page. The advance assignment is listed there. 08/11/2017
Professor Pepper Torts Advance Assignment 07/24/2017
Professor Pepper Legal Profession Advance Assignment 07/24/2017
Professor Ragonnetti Land Use Planning Attached are the syllabus and course materials for the first class and second class. Please lightly read the materials for Class #1 and read the material for Class #2. Please sign up for the class in TWEN (when it is available in the next few days). I look forward to meeting you all. Syllabus   Class 1 Reading 1   Class 1 Reading 2   Class 1 Reading 3   Class 1 Reading 4   Class 2 Reading 08/09/2017
Professor Ritsick Contract Drafting - Stark, pp. 3-8, 9-44
- Frigaliment Importing Co. v. B.N.S. Intl Sales Corp. http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/FSupp/190/116/1622834/
- Recommended: Adams, xxix-xxxiv Syllabus
08/10/2017
Professor Robinson Lawyering Process I In preparation for the first day of class please read the introduction and chapter 1 of both the A Lawyer Writes and Just Writing texts. Please sign up for "Lawyering Process 1 (Robinson Sections 3 & 4)" on TWEN. 08/09/2017
Professor Roche Basic Tax Advance Assignment 07/31/2017
Professor Romero Water Law Welcome to Water Law! For our first class on Tuesday, August 15th, please do and read the following:


1. Sign-Up for the Water Law course on TWEN beginning Thursday, August 10th
2. Read and be prepared to discuss the following:
a. TARLOCK, ET AL. WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A CASEBOOK ON LAW AND POLICY 7TH EDITION (2014)(hereafter CASEBOOK), pages 1-23
b. Killing the Colorado, parts 1-5 https://medium.com/matter/holy-crop-1d18af85973a

I look forward to seeing everyone on Tuesday!

08/08/2017
Professor Ruan Lawyering Process I Please read the introduction and chapter 1 of both A Lawyer Writes and Just Writing books. Please sign up for my LP 2017-18 TWEN course. 08/06/2017
Professor Russell Contracts Students must consult the syllabus posted at: http://houseofrussell.com/contracts/untitled-2/untitled/2017_contracts_syllabus_day.pdf and must be certain they are subscribed to the class listserv. 08/07/2017
Professor Taylor Contracts For our first class on Tuesday August 15th please read Knapp & Crystal pages 1-17 and 29-41. We probably will not reach the case on the first day but it never hurts to read things many times. Contracts Syllabus 07/28/2017
Professor Taylor Corporations Corporations Syllabus 07/31/2017
Professor Van Duesen Legal Profession For the first day of classes on August 14th, please read Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct 1.2, 1.5, 1.6, 1.16 and 1.18. Also read the comments to each of those rules. The rules and comments are posted on the TWEN site already and can be downloaded from there. They are also available a number of other places on the internet for free. Professor Van Duesen will be posting the syllabus and this advance assignment on the TWEN site as well over the next one to two weeks. 07/28/2017
Professor Wiersema International Environmental Law Welcome to International Environmental Law. You will need one book for this class: Hunter, Salzman, and Zaelke, International Environmental Law and Policy, 5th Edition, 2015, Foundation Press, ISBN: 9781609303211. For the first week, please prepare as follows: Monday 8/14, register for the course on TWEN and read pages 3-24 of the casebook; Wednesday 8/16, read pages 25-38 of the casebook. The syllabus will be distributed in the first class. 07/31/2017
Professor Wiersema International Environmental Law Welcome to International Environmental Law. You will need one book for this class: Hunter, Salzman, and Zaelke, International Environmental Law and Policy, 5th Edition, 2015, Foundation Press, ISBN: 9781609303211. For the first week, please prepare as follows: Monday 8/14, register for the course on TWEN and read pages 3-24 of the casebook; Wednesday 8/16, read pages 25-38 of the casebook. The syllabus will be distributed in the first class. 08/01/2017
Professor Wiersema Property Welcome to Property. You will need two books for this class: (1) Singer, Berger, Davidson, and Peñalver, Property Law: Rules, Policies, and Practices, 7th Edition, 2017, Aspen, ISBN: 9781454881797; and (2) Linda H. Edwards, Estates in Land and Future Interests: A Step by Step Guide, 5th Edition, 2017, Aspen, ISBN: 9781454886389. For the first week, please prepare as follows: Tuesday 8/15, register for the course on TWEN and read pages xxxiii-lv of the casebook (the introductory pages); Wednesday 8/16, read pages 3-24 of the casebook; Thursday 8/17, read pages 25-33 of the casebook. The syllabus will be distributed in the first class. 07/31/2017
Professor Zokovitch Intermediate Legal Analysis (CRN 1141 - M&W) Welcome to Intermediate Legal Analysis. Your syllabus and a reading and assignment outline are included here. Please read these completely before the first class. Also, the syllabus identifies two textbooks you will need, and the information needed to obtain these. Please note, that neither textbook is needed the first week of class. Additionally, before the first class, Monday 8/14, please register for the class TWEN page (make sure you select the proper section as there are two) and please complete the Reflection/Questionnaire and submit it through TWEN. You will also find additional assignments for class two, Wednesday 8/16; you may complete these anytime between now and their due date, which is the night before the second class. Reading and Assignments Outline   Syllabus 08/10/2017
Professor Zokovitch Intermediate Legal Analysis (CRN 1189 - T&TR) Welcome to Intermediate Legal Analysis. Your syllabus and a reading and assignment outline are included here. Please read these completely before the first class. Also, the syllabus identifies two textbooks you will need, and the information needed to obtain these. Please note, that neither textbook is needed the first week of class. Additionally, before the first class, Tuesday 8/15, please register for the class TWEN page (make sure you select the proper section as there are two) and please complete the Reflection/Questionnaire and submit it through TWEN. You will also find additional assignments for class two, Thursday 8/17; you may complete these anytime between now and their due date, which is the night before the second class. Reading and Assignments Outline   Syllabus 08/10/2017
Sturm College of Law
University of Denver
2255 E. Evans Avenue
Denver, CO 80208

PH  (303) 871-6000
EM  webmanager@law.du.edu

Denver Law Gear