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Advance Assignments for Summer 2017
|Professor||Course Name||Assignments and Documents||Date Posted|
|Professor García Hernández||Torts||
Introduction to Torts
As you read cases, ask yourself the following questions:
" Who is involved and in what capacity?
" What happened?
" What are the parties asking the court to do?
" What court issued the opinion?
" What sources of law does the court mention?
Battery: Harmful or Offensive Touching
Nelson v. Carroll, 735 A.2d 1096 (Md. 1999) (available on TWEN)
pp. 623-34 (Wagner v. State)
Martin v. State, 2001 WL 747640, *1-2 (Tenn. Ct. App. July 5, 2001) (focus on the discussion of sovereign immunity)
Casebook: Bankruptcy Law, Principles, Policies, and Practice (4th edition)(LexisNexis)(Tabb & Brubaker)
Statutory Supplement: Any Student Edition of the Bankruptcy Code (2015 or later)
These materials have been ordered and are available at the DU Bookstore
First Day (May 30)
Second Day (June 1)
|Professor Steuer||Indian Water Rights||
For the first class, the reading assignment is as follows:
Hobbs, Colorado Water Law: An Historical Overview, 1 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 1 (1997)
|Professor Vigil||Legal Profession||
For our first class in Legal Profession, please read Chapter 1 in Problems in Legal Ethics, 11th Edition. Also please read ABA Model Rule 8.4 in Professional Responsibility Standards, Rules & Statutes.
We will cover Chapters 1 through 13 in Problems in Legal Ethics. At the beginning of each Chapter you will find a reading assignment and several hypothetical problems. Read the assignment and be prepared to discuss the hypothetical problems in class. We will cover approximately one Chapter per class period. Always read ahead.
Time permitting, we will have a few guest speakers.
Meaningful class participation may enhance you grade.
I am willing to meet with students as requested. Please email me at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
The final examination will be two hours long and closed book.
See you in class.
My syllabus must include the following:
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