Changes indicated in red or with a strike through. Required courses appear in bold. Perspective Electives are listed in bold italics. Students should sign up at the Registrar's Office for courses requiring instructor approval. Additional Links: Course Descriptions

 
Time
CRN
Limit
Course Number
Title
Instructor
Days
Minutes
Room
8:00 AM– 12:30 PM
1005
TBD
L4325
Evidence
(Class begins Saturday, May 22 and ends Saturday, July 10) (Sec. 1)
Edwards
Sat (8:00 AM –12:30 PM) & 3 Fridays (6:00 – 9:35 PM) – no class Sat, July 3
Sat 4/270
Fri 4/210
370
9:00–10:55 AM
1004
TBD
L4100
Basic Tax (Sec. 1)
Vogel
MTWTh
4/115
370
9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
1006
32
L4035
Advanced Legal Research (Class begins May 24 and ends June 7) (limited to 23 students) (Sec. 1)
Austin
MTWThF
3/150
259
9:30 AM – 12:25 PM
1007
TBD
L4434
Literature & the Law:Telling the Story (Class begins May 25 and ends July 1) (Sec. 1)
Bloom
TTh
3/75
270
9:30–11:30 AM
1008
TBD
L4635
Trial Practice (Class begins May 24 and ends June 30) (limited to 16 students) (Sec. 1)
Steinhauser
MTW
3/120
355
10:30 AM – 1:00 PM
1009
TBD
L4240
Family Law (Sec. 1)
Keith Smith
TTh
3/150
170
1:00–2:40 PM
1010
TBD
L4095
Basic Real Estate (Sec. 1)
Bloom
MTTh
3/115
125
Online
1011
TBD
L4232
European Union Law (Sec. 1)
Don Smith
online course
3/75
N/A
1:00–5:30 PM
1012
TBD
L4635
Trial Practice (Sec. 2)
Edwards
Sat
3/270
355
1:30–4:00 PM
1052
15
L4218
Discovery Practicum (limited to 15 students; meets upper level writing requirement) (Sec. 1)
Thomson
TTh
3/150
170
2:00–3:50 PM
1013
TBD
L4670
Water Law (Sec. 1)
Little
MWF
3/110
170
TBA
1014
MSLA
ONLY
M4954
Project Management (MSLA students only) (Sec. 1)
Bolton
online course
2/100
N/A
TBA
1015
MSLA
ONLY
M5010
Capstone – coursework must be completed prior to registration (MSLA students only) (Sec. 1)
Yegge
Professor
permission
required
arranged
4/200
N/A
TBA
1016
MSLA
ONLY
M4380
Legal/Judicial Process I (MSLA students only) (Sec. 1)
Thomson
online course
2
N/A
TBA
1017
MSLA
ONLY
L4420
Legal Practice Seminar (MSLA students only) (Sec. 1)
Peterson
online course
2
N/A
4:15–5:55 PM
1018
TBD
L4025
Administrative Law (Sec. 1)
Bangert
TWTh
3/100
155
5:30–8:00 PM
1053
TBD
L4617
Advanced Tort Litigation (Sec. 1)
Dubofsky
Th
2/200
125
5:30 PM
1054
TBD
L4195
Criminal Law (Sec. 1)
Frank Jamison
5:30 - 7:30 PM M/W & 5:30 - 8:15 PM Th
4/135
180
5:30–7:25 PM
1019
TBD
L4635
Trial Practice (Sec. 3)
Brauchler/Deasy
MWTh
3/115
355
7:00–9:30 PM
1020
TBD
L4042
Advanced Trial Practice (Sec. 1)
Nelson
MW
3/150
355
7:30–10:00 PM
1021
TBD
L4425
Legal Profession (Sec. 1)
TBD
TTh
3/150
170
7:30–10:10 PM
1022
90
L4235
Evidence (Class begins May 24 and ends June 30) (limited to 90 students) (Sec. 2)
Steinhauser
MTW
4/160
190
CLINICAL PROGRAMS
1023
L5006
Environmental/Natural Resources Law Internship (Sec. 1)
Pring
3 credits
COL students who have completed their first year and are in good standing may register for the standard 3-credit internship without professor permission. No advance professor approval is needed to register, if the student meets the eligibility requirements above. Click on: http://www.law.du.edu/enrlip for full information.

Shorter (2 credit) and longer (4) internships (not generally recommended and only for academic good cause) require Professor Pring's prior approval. To register for those courses use:

 
1024
L5006
Environmental/Natural Resources Law Internship (Sec. 2)
Pring
2 credits
 
 
1025
L5006
Environmental/Natural Resources Law Internship (Sec. 3)
Pring
4 credits
 
1026
L4818
Tenth Circuit Clinic (Sec. 1) Registration by Instructor Permission only.
Hurley
Varies
Spanish Summer Courses for Law Students
5:30–7:00 PM
1612
 
MODL
2501
Spanish: Interm. Reading and Writing
S. St. Peter
MWTh
non-law credit
437
5:30–7:00 PM
1615
 
MODL
3502
Spanish: Adv. conversation
M. Vigil
MWTh
non-law credit
145
7:10–8:40 PM
1613
 
MODL
2502
Spanish: Interm. Conversation
S. St. Peter
MWTh
non-law credit
437
7:10–8:40 PM
1614
 
MODL
3501
Spanish. Adv. Reading & Writing
M. Vigil
MWTh
non-law credit
145

These courses are offered by University College. Please see the following link for
step-by-step instructions:

University College Registration Page
(Use your Banner ID and Passcode to logon to Web Central, then chose the MyWeb tab at the top of the page for registration.)

INTERNSHIPS:
Students having already completed paperwork with the Internship Office may register for the appropriate number of semester credit hours.
 
L5025
1035
Internship - 2 (Sec. 1)    
2 semester credit hours
 
 
L5025
1036
Internship - 3 (Sec. 2)    
3 semester credit hours
 
 
L5025
1037
Internship - 4 (Sec. 3)    
4 semester credit hours
 
 
L5025
1038
Internship - 5 (Sec. 4)    
5 semester credit hours
 
 
L5026
1039
Internship - 6 (Sec. 5)    
6 semester credit hours
 
Graduate Tax Cross-Listed Courses - Summer Quarter 2004
June 17 - August 6 / Final Exams August 9 -12
3:15 PM
1027
L4481
Partnership Taxation (Sec. 1)
Vogel
MW
3 semester hours
C370
7:40 PM
1028
L4463
Qualified Pension Plans (Sec. 1)
Brammer
MW
3 semester hours
C290
3:15 PM
1029
L4292
Individual Tax Problems (Sec. 1)
Vogel
TTh
3 semester hours
C370
5:30 PM
1030
L4188
Corporate Taxation III (Sec. 1)
Vogel
TTh
3 semester hours
C290
5:30 PM
1031
L4117
Property Transactions (Not a substitute for Property L4490) (Sec. 1)
Logemann
TTh
3 semester hours
C370
7:40 PM
1032
L4344
International Tax (Sec. 1)
Wilson
TTh
3 semester hours
C370
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