Advance Assignments - Fall 2019
|Professor||Course Name||Assignments and Documents||Date Posted|
|Professor Anderson, Robert||Lawyering Process I (1C and 1D)||08/15/2019|
|Professor Arguello, Damian||Insurance Law||
Review an insurance policy you have. It can be a personal auto policy, health insurance, life insurance, renters insurance, whatever. If you can't find one, ask a friend or family member if you can review theirs.
After introductions, we'll go around the room and have each of you answer the following questions about the policy:
1. What kind of policy is it?
2. Generally speaking, what risks does it cover?
3. Tell us something surprising about the policy, such as an exclusion, condition, or other provision that you found interesting, worrisome, or unusual.
|Professor Aro, Ed||Mental Health and the Law||Please read and review the following attachments:||08/12/2019|
|Professor Austin, Debra||Lawyering Process||
1. Bio Sketch - Building a Community of Practice
Please email Sr. Teaching Assistant Cole Pokard at [email protected], no later than Thursday Aug 15 at 11:59pm, with the following information (using the Prompt provided below) and the TA Team will add your photo and information to the Class List. Review and use the Professor and TA examples on following pages for ideas. We will distribute this Class List to the entire Community of Practice when it is completed.
1. Attach your photo
2. Provide the name you liked to be called, and include first and last names
3. Pronouns: Tell us your preferred pronouns
4. Grew Up: Tell us where you grew up
5. Live: Tell us where you live
6. Undergrad: Where & What you studied
7. For Work: I have been spending my work or school time recently
8. For Fun: I have been spending my fee time recently
9. Love: I unreasonably and irrationally love
10. DU Email Address
Prompt: Copy and Paste the Prompt below and email the completed information to Cole:
2. Citation Lessons 1 and 2
|Professor Aviel||Legal Profession||See course in Canvas for advance assignment starting 8/10/19.||08/07/2019|
Please register for the course TWEN site.
For our first class, please read pages 1-16 in our casebook (Arthur Best, Evidence Practice, Problems, and Rules (Second Edition, Wolters Kluwer, 2017))
|Professor Brantley, Maikieta||Lawyering Process I (3D)||
Please read the Introduction and Chapter 1 of both A Lawyer Writes and Just Writing books.
Please sign up for my LP TWEN course.
|Professor Chao, Bernard||Patent Law||
Please register for my patent class on Canvas. The text for the course is Nard, The Law of Patents (4th ed). There is a copy on reserve in the library. The initial reading assignment for August 20 (Tues) is Nard pp. 1-40 (dont concern yourself with the footnotes in this chapter) and the Pizza Box Patent posted on Canvas. Try to get a general sense of the patent, but dont kill yourself with the details. For August 22 (Thurs), Nard pp. 40-52, 61-78. Phillips v. AWH Corp. Read the relevant portions of U.S. Patent No. 4,677,798 posted on CANVAS. Also please review the Video I posted in Lecture 2.
|Professor Chen, Alan||Constitutional Law||
The United States Constitution, pp. xli-lvii
Handout #1 Summary of October 2018 Supreme Court Term
Handout #2 Article on Chief Justice Roberts
Handout #3 - Federalist Paper No. 10 (edited)
Handout #4 Federalist Paper No. 78 (edited)
Handout #5 Excerpt from Planned Parenthood v. Casey
MODULE 1, BLOCK 1: JUDICIAL REVIEW - MARBURY v. MADISON
|Professor Condra, Karina||Introduction to the American Legal System||08/06/2019|
|Professor Cooper, Jennifer||Lawyering Process I (2A and 2B)||08/05/2019|
|Professor Corrada, Roberto||Contract Law||
For the first week of classes, 8/20-23:
Contracts Custom Edition Casebook: Preface Introduction, pp. ix-xv, pp. 1-10 (Embry & Lucy cases).
|Professor Cushing, Matthew||Appellate Advocacy||08/01/2019|
|Professor Edwards, Daniel||Trial Practice II - Voir Dire||08/01/2019|
|Professor Edwards, Michael||Navigating the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)||08/06/2019|
|Professor Ehrenreich||Race, Class, & Reproductive Justice||Please download the below attachments to see your Advance Assignment and the Syllabus for this course.||08/14/2019|
|Professor Fordyce, Betsy||Child Advocacy Practicum||08/05/2019|
|Professor Freeman, Alexi||Social Change Lawyering||Please read Chapter 1, Defining Public Interest Lawyering, from ALAN K. CHEN & SCOTT L. CUMMINGS, PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYERING: A CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVE (Wolters Kluwer Law & Business 2013).||08/01/2019|
|Professor Hardaway||Civil Procedure||The advanced assignment for Professor Hardaways Civil Procedure class is to read Chapter one (pages 1-45) of Hazard et all, PLEADING AND PROCEDURE (11TH Edition).||08/06/2019|
|Professor Hart, James||Constitutional Law II||
Feldman & Sullivan, Constitutional Law (20th Edition) p. 443-455; United States Constitution, Amendments I and XIV.
Sign up for the course on TWEN.
|Professor Juarez, Beto||Employment Discrimination Law||Please be prepared to discuss pages 1 to 40 of the casebook (JOSEPH A. SEINER, EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION: PROCEDURE, PRINCIPLES, AND PRACTICE (Wolters Kluwer 2d ed. 2019). The first half of this assignment is background information for the course. There are three short cases in the second half of the assignment.||08/14/2019|
|Professor Juarez, Beto||Civil Procedure||Please skim pages 1 to 38 of the Glannon casebook, and read pages 39 to 52. You have already read the only case in this assignment, Gordon v. Steele (p.44). For Wedmesdays class, I expect that we will discuss pages 52 to 75.||08/14/2019|
|Professor Kamin, Sam||Death Penalty Jurisprudence||
1) Please register for the TWEN page for this class.
2) Please review the syllabus which is located in the Course Materials Tab
3) Please complete the first assignment and be ready to discuss it at our first class on August 19th.
|Professor Karpel/Oraker||Securities Law||
- 49 Ohio St. LJ 329 (1988) "A Historical Introduction to the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934"
- About the Division of Enforcement, SEC.gov (https://www.sec.gov/enforce/Article/enforce-about.html)
- The Laws that Govern the Securities Industry, SEC.gov (https://www.sec.gov/answers/about-lawsshtml.html)
|Professor Kopel, David||Topics in Constitutional Law||08/06/2019|
|Professor Kraft, Diane||Intermediate Legal Analysis||08/12/2019|
|Professor Leong, Nancy||Criminal Procedure||Read Unit 01- Exclusion and Unit 02- Searches||08/01/2019|
|Professor Marceau||Criminal Law||
Our first in-class meeting will be August 24th (Saturday) at 8:30a.m. During the week August 19 please be sure to complete all of the pre-face-to-face assignments in preparation for class on August 24.
|Professor Moffat, Viva||Contracts||Welcome! Information about the casebook and the advance assignment is posted on the home page of the Canvas site for the course. Please let me know if you have any trouble accessing the Canvas site.||08/06/2019|
|Professor Moffat, Viva||Introduction to Intellectual Property||Be sure that you can access the Canvas site for the course. Information about the casebook and the advance assignment are on the home page. Course information and the syllabus are posted in the Modules section.||08/06/2019|
|Professor Moore, J.P.||Legal Profession||
Assignment for August 20, 2019:
Greetings class. In advance of class on August 20, 2019, please do the following:
1) Please make sure you are able to access the class on Canvas;
|Professor Moran||Lawyering Process I||
Welcome to Lawyering Process! Here's what you need to do to get ready for day one.
Second, in the list of our required texts on that page you will find a link to Core Grammar for Lawyers, which is an online program we are using for technical writing skills. Please purchase Core Grammar and sign up for our class using the class code posted on the syllabus page.
Third, please do the assigned readings for day one, which you will find on the downloadable word version of the syllabus in the before class column for Class 1.
Finally, we will use TWEN for limited purposes, so please sign up for Moran Lawyering Process Current Year over there. I look forward to seeing you all Monday and having a great year with you.
- Professor Moran
|Professor Nanda, Ved||International Human Rights Law||08/06/2019|
|Professor Nanda, Ved||International Human Rights law||08/20/2019|
|Professor Nanda, Ved||International Law||08/06/2019|
|Professor Parks, Wesley||Negotiation and Mediation||08/06/2019|
|Professor Ragonetti, Tom||Land Use Planning||Please register for TWEN and read lightly/skim the material for our first class. I look forward to meeting you.||08/14/2019|
|Professor Roche||Basic Tax||08/07/2019|
|Professor Roepke, Amy||Client Counseling||Welcome! Please log into the course on Canvas to access the syllabus and the advance assignment. Before our first class, please read the syllabus and prepare the materials listed on the "Advance Assignment" page. Please email me if you have any trouble accessing the Canvas site: email@example.com||08/07/2019|
|Professor Ruan, Nantiya||Labor and Employment Writing Seminar||Please sign up for my TWEN course for the class and pick up a copy of Academic Legal Writing by Eugene Volokh, any edition.||08/05/2019|
|Professor Ruan, Nantiya||Lawyering Process I (3C)||Please read the introduction and chapter 1 of both A Lawyer Writes and Just Writing books. Please sign up for my LP 2019 TWEN course.||08/14/2019|
|Professor Russell, Thomas||Torts||
Students should be certain to check the Torts22-Russel listserv for assignments. See: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/torts22-russell
Ask a classmate if you have difficulty.
|Professor Shinbein-Howitt||Privacy Law||Read p. 3-43 in the Privacy and Data Protection Law casebook.||08/06/2019|
|Professor Smith, Bruce||Property||
We will meet face-to-face for our first class on Sunday, August 25, from 9 am 1 pm. The first assignment is as follows:
Unit 1.1: Acquisition by Capture
Unit 1.2: Property in Ones Person
Unit 1.3: Acquisition by Creation
|Professor Smith, Catherine||Torts||See course in Canvas for advance assignment starting 8/10/19.||08/07/2019|
|Professor Taylor, Celia||Please read the Syllabus, attached.||08/05/2019|
|Professor Thomson, David||Lawyering Process (Sections 1A and 1B)||
Thomson, Skills & Values: Lawyering Process - Introduction & Chapter 1
Enquist & Oates, Just Writing, pp. 1-9