Advance Assignments - Fall 2018
|Professor||Course Name||Assignments and Documents||Date Posted|
|Professor Anderson||Lawyering Process||Advance Assignment-LP 2018||08/09/2018|
|Professor Aviel||Family Law||For our first class (Tuesday August 14), please register for the course TWEN page. 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).||07/27/2018|
8/13 Casebook, pages 1-12.
8/15 Pages 13-37.
Casebook is Arthur Best, Evidence: Practice, Problems, and Rules 2d Edition Wolters Kluwer Aspen Casebook Series.
Please register for the course on TWEN.
|Professor Chao||Contracts||Please make sure you register for the DU Contracts Experience and read/view Chapter 1, "The Concept of Contract." Many of the videos are quite short (a couple of minutes). In class, I will go over a number of basics. But I would like to go over Laidlaw v. Organ together (i.e. Socractic questioning). The primary goal will be to help you understand what you should be looking for as you read.||08/01/2018|
|Professor Chao/Moffat||Introduction to Intellectual Property||Please register for the TWEN site and complete the advance assignment (posted on the main page) before the first day of class||08/03/2018|
|Professor Cooper||Lawyering Process I||Welcome to Lawyering Process! Please log in to the Lawyering Skills I course page on Canvas (http://canvas.du.edu) to find the first week assignments and assigned texts.||08/07/2018|
GK Casebook: pp. 54-59 (Lucy), pp. 50-54 (Embry).
2018 Supplement: pp. 1-7.
|Professor Corrada||Administrative Law||
SCBW Casebook: pp. 4-18, 85-106.
Fox book (recommended): pp. 1-38.
|Professor Cushing||Appellate Advocacy||8/13 - Read Chapters 1 and 2 of the casebook: Mary Beth Beazley, A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy (4th ed.). Please also register for the course on TWEN||07/26/2018|
|Professor Freeman, Andrea||Con Law II||For the first class, please read Hawaii v Trump and Masterpiece Cakeshop. Feel free to read the attached highlighted versions of the cases so you will know which sections to focus on. We will only discuss constitutional (not statutory) issues in class. I do not expect you to have a complex grasp of the First Amendment issues these cases will serve as an introduction. I look forward to seeing you at 1:15pm on Monday August 13th. Masterpiece Cakeshop (PDF) Hawaii v. Trump (PDF)||08/04/2018|
|Professor Hammond||Trusts & Estates||
Register for the class on TWEN
Download Syllabus and Lecture Outline
Prepare material for August 13 through August 15
|Professor Juárez||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 Tuesdays class, I expect that we will discuss pages 52 to 75. Please register for the TWEN website. Due to an ordering error, the bookstore does not have the correct edition (the 3rd edition) of the Glannon casebook. The 3rd edition should arrive by Wednesday. In the meantime, this PDF has the reading assignment for the first week of classes. Week 1 Reading Assignment||08/10/2018|
|Professor Juárez||Remedies||Please read pages 2 to 8 in the Shoben casebook, as well as the Problem of the Lottery Winner on page 12. For Wednesdays class, we will discuss pages 425 to 432, and 434 to 443.||08/10/2018|
|Professor Juárez||Lawyering in Spanish Boot Camp||Please read pages 83 to 103 and pages 561 to 593 in the casebook: Victoria Ortiz, Español para Abogados: Spanish for Lawyers (Foundation Press 2012). There are only 2 cases in the reading assignment. The assignment includes two short cases; most of the assignment is simply a description of the work of lawyers and of the immigration system in the U.S. As you read the assignment, please prepare a list of the law-related words you are unfamiliar with. You will need to post at least ten such words in the Forums section of the course website on TWEN.||08/18/2018|
|Professor Marceau||Advanced Criminal Procedure||First day of class, pages 1-12. Next four classes, 535-638. Chemerinsky/Levenson 4th ed. Please also register for the course on Twen.||06/27/2018|
|Professor Moloney||Evidence Practicum||Prior to 8/14: Register for the course on TWEN.||08/06/2018|
|Professor Moore, Justin||Legal Profession||
1) Register for the course on TWEN;
2) Read AMPC pages 1-18;
3) Read (Colorado) Preamble to Chapters 18 to 20 Rules Governing the Practice of Law.
|Professor Nanda||International Human Rights||Please see the attached assignment. IHR 8-15-18||08/14/2018|
|Professor Oraker & Karpel||Representing Clients before the SEC||Please register for the course on TWEN. The first week readings have been posted. Please read the first three documents and skim the remaining documents. The course syllabus will be posted before the first class.||08/07/2018|
|Professor Pepper||Torts||First Week Assignments||07/30/2018|
|Professor Persad||Health Law||Welcome to Health Law! Please log in to the Health Law course page on Canvas to find the syllabus and first week assigned texts.||08/09/2018|
|Professor Ragonetti||Land Use Planning||Please lightly read the material for our first class. I look forward to meeting you. Syllabus-LAWS 4360 APA Rise of the Megapolitans Hist Dev American City Planning Leadership in a New Era Revisiting the White City||08/08/2018|
|Professor Ragonetti||Lland Use Planning||Please lightly read the material for our first class. I look forward to meeting you. Syllabus APA - Rise of the Megapolitans Historical Development of American City Planning JAPA - Leadership in a New Era Revisiting the White City||08/10/2018|
|Professor Ritsick||Contracts Drafting||
- Stark, pp. 3-8
- 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
Translating Business Terms Into Contract Language:
|Professor Ritvo||Intellectual Property Capstone||Please see Canvas to review syllabus and required readings for the first class.||08/24/2018|
|Professor Romero||Property||Welcome to the Fall 2018 semester. For our first class (Monday August 13), please register for the course TWEN page. Once registered, please download and closely read the syllabus as well as prepare the assigned readings for the first day.||08/06/2018|
|Professor Romero||Water Law||Welcome to the Fall 2018 semester. For our first class (Monday August 13), please register for the course TWEN page. Once registered, please download and closely read the syllabus as well as prepare the assigned readings for the first day.||08/06/2018|
|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.||08/07/2018|
|Professor Ruan||Labor & 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.||08/07/2018|
|Professor Taylor, Melinda||Environmental Law||
Read pages 1-25 of the Casebook.
Please also register for the course TWEN site.
|Professor Taylor, Melinda||Environmental Impacts of Energy Development||
Overview of life cycle analysis of energy sources
Energy mix in the U.S.
Please also register for the course TWEN site. Valero Chapter
|Professor Tutchton||Animal Rights||Please see attached syllabus and read pages 3-34 prior to the first day of class. Animal Rights Syllabus||08/06/2018|
|Professor Wiersema||International Law||Welcome to International Law. You will need one book for this class: Dunoff, Ratner, and Wippman, International Law: Norms, Actors, Process: A Problem-Oriented Approach, 4th Edition, 2015, Aspen, ISBN: 978-1-4548-4951-3. For the first week, please read as follows: Monday August 13, register on TWEN and read pages 1-16 of the casebook; Wednesday August 15, read pages 16-31 of the casebook. The syllabus is posted on TWEN and will be distributed in the first class.||08/01/2018|
|Professor Williams||Public Land & Resources Law||
For class August 14, 2018:
Please read, and be prepared to discuss, pages 1-44 in the assigned text, Federal Public Land and Resources Law