Advance Assignments - Spring 2020
|Professor||Course Name||Assignments and Documents||Date Posted|
|Professor Anderson||Lawyering Process II (1C, 1D)||01/07/2020|
|Professor Andre||Environmental Litigation||01/03/2020|
|Professor Beall||Media Law||For our first class on Jan. 15, 2020, please read pages 3-68 of the casebook for our course, Media Law - Cases & Materials, by Marc A. Franklin, et al., as well as the corresponding pages for the 2019 Update of the casebook.||12/16/2019|
1) Register for Contracts on Canvas. The Canvas page should be ready on January 7.
2) Register for and activate the Contracts Experience
To activate and access your text you must first register and pay for the text. Please go the The Contracts Experience login page and follow the instructions. Login
3) Please make sure you get Contracts: Making and Doing Deals (5th Ed.) by Epstein, Markell & Ponoroff.
|Professor Egan||Bioethics and the Law||
Doglin and Shepherd, Bioethics and the Law
Chapter 1, Law, Medicine and Philosophy
|Professor Hammond||Trusts & Estates||
1. Go on TWEN and sign up for this course (Trusts & Estates);
2. On the left side of the page you will see tabs beginning with Class Policies;
3. Download the Class Policies, Syllabus, and the Text/Lecture outline (this is your textbook);
4. Read and prepare material shown on the Syllabus for January 14 - 16.
|Professor Hart||Constitutional Law II||01/06/2020|
|Professor Hobbs||Colorado Legal History and Practice||Please register for the course TWEN site.||12/12/2019|
|Professor Hobbs & Ryan||Water Court Practice||Please register for the course TWEN site.||12/12/2019|
|Professor Jackson||Election and Campaign Finance Law||
Welcome to the class! I've posted the syllabus under Files in Canvas; please let me know if you have problems accessing it.
Please note that theres a shorter reading assignment for the first day of class: pp. 52-66, 72-81 (only notes 1-3, 6) in the coursebook.
If you have any questions about logistics, please feel free to get in touch by email at [email protected] I'm looking forward to meeting you all in January!
|Professor Johns||Legal Analysis Strategies||01/13/2020|
|Professor Jones||Oil and Gas Law||01/02/2020|
Please read the following in the casebook (Elaine W. Shoben, William Murray Taub, & Rachel M. Janutis, Remedies: Cases and Problems (Foundation Press 6th ed. 2016) (ISBN 9781634602631):
pp.2-8, 12 (The Problem of the Lottery Winner), and 425-432
|Professor Kamin||Criminal Law||
Hello and welcome to criminal law. Can you please do the following in advance of our first meeting on Monday:
1) Register on the TWEN site for this course. Find the course overview in the course materials tab and look it over.
2) Please read the this website: https://www.prisonpolicy.org/reports/pie2019.html
I will be discussing it in our first class, and there will be assigned reading from the casebook for our second class meeting.
Thanks. Im looking forward to meeting you all next week.
|Professor Moran||Lawyering Process II (2C & 2D)||
Please go to our spring class on Canvas and have a look at Day 1. The readings for the day are posted there. I look forward to seeing you soon!
|Professor Newman||Legal Analysis Strategies||
" Log-in to Canvas, access the LAS course, and complete the "Pre-Assignment" by Sunday, August 12th.
" Download and read the course syllabus in the Syllabus section of the Canvas course.
|Professor Sanders||Employment Law||Welcome to Employment Law! Please register for the course TWEN site. I will provide a syllabus during our first class next Monday. In advance of class, please read the following from our casebook, Employment Law: Private Ordering and Its Limitations: Introduction "Private Ordering and Its Limitations" pages xxv-xxviii; Introduction to Part II pages 81-82; Pugh v. Sees Candies, Inc. and notes 1, 3 and 4 following, pages 110-114.||01/07/2020|
|Professor Sousa||Bankruptcy Law||
Out-of-Court Creditor Remedies
Casebook, pages 1-49 (carefully read the explanatory material; you can skip the cases)
|Professor Sousa||Secured Transactions||
1/13 (Monday) and 1/15 (Wednesday): Introduction to Debtor-Creditor Law and Article 9
Casebook reading: pgs. 1-13
UCC sections: 1-102, 1-201(b)(9); 1-201(b)(13); 1-201(b)(23); 1-201(b)(27); 1-201(b)(35); 9-102(a)(12); 9-102(a)(28); 9-102(a)(59); 9-102(a)(73); 9-102(a)(74)
|Professor Taylor, Celia||Contracts||01/06/2020|
|Professor Thomson||Lawyering Process II (1A and 1B)||Read Thomson, Chapter 11 for Monday, January 13th.||01/10/2020|
|Professor Thomson||Discovery Practicum||
Thomson, Skills & Values: Discovery Practice - Introduction and Chapter 1.
|Professor Vigil||Legal Profession||12/09/2019|
|Professor Williams||Federal Public Lands Law||
First Class January 14, 2020 - NO CLASS but please read pages 1-5 and 17-36 in the assigned text, Federal Public Land and Resources Law 7th edition. Please sign up for the TWEN page for the class.
Second Class January 16, 2020 - Read pages 45-58 in Federal Public Land and Resources Law 7th edition, and be prepared to discuss the assigned readings for the first and second class.
The readings for these assignments are also posted on TWEN.