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800028 502 E LEG WRITING & ANAL BEAZLEY,M

  In Legal Writing: Process, Analysis, and Organization, read the Introduction and Chs. 1, 2, and 3.  Please complete and bring to class ex. 4 from ch. 2 and ex. 4 from ch. 3. 
800033 502 G LEG WRITING & ANAL COLE,S
Please read the Introduction and chapters 1-3 for the first day of class.  Also, please do outlining exercises 1 & 4 in chapters 2 & 3 prior to class.
800049 502 H LEG WRITING & ANAL BERMAN,D

  In preparation for our first class on Friday, January 12, you should:
1. Pick up a copy of the course description, the (tentative) schedule/syllabus.
2. Obtain a copy of Linda H. Edwards, Legal Writing: Process, Analysis and Organization, which is to be our primary text.  Read the Introduction and Chapters 1-3.
800054 502 I LEG WRITING & ANAL SHIPMAN,M

  For your first meeting (Tuesday, January 9, 2007), please read Chapters 1 and 11 of Calleros, Legal Method and Writing (5th ed., 2006).
800060 502 J LEG WRITING & ANAL HEBERT,C
  L. Camille Hebert
  Course materials: Neumann, Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing:Structure, Strategy, and Style (5th ed. 2005). Duplicated materials and course syllabus will be distributed first day of class.
January 8:      Neumann 15-41, 53-69
January 16:     Because of Martin Luther King day, class will not meet on Monday.  However, I am scheduling a class to meet from 8:30  to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, in order to make the schedule work out for the writing assignments.  (I will cancel a class later in the semester to make up for this "extra" class.)
800075 502 L LEG WRITING & ANAL SIMMONS,R

  For the first class, please pick up a copy of the first assignment from the mailbox across the hall from the copy center.  Read through the statute and case law and come to class prepared to use the cases in a legal argument.

801190 502 m LEG WRITING & ANAL MCNEIL

Law 502 - Legal Writing and Analysis  80001
McNeil  Friday 2-4 p.m.

From Richard K. Neumann, Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing (5th ed. 2005), read Chapters 1 - 8.
Prior to class, locate a law review article or an article from one of the ALRs discussing whether an applicant's race may be used as a factor in making law school admissions decisions; and bring a copy of the first page of the article with you to class on January 12, 2007.

800081 502 P LEG WRITING & ANAL SMITH,M
Read chapters 1-3 of the Edwards text and write out answers to exercises 1-4 from chapter 2 and exercise 4 from chapter 3.
800096 502 Q LEG WRITING & ANAL TOKAJI,D
For class on Thursday, January 11, please read Chapters 1, 2, 4 & 5 (pp. 1-28, 45-62) and the sample memo in App. A (pp. 299-303) in Linda H. Edwards, Legal Writing and Analysis (2003).  You should also complete Exercises 4-4 and 5-1.  I'm not going to assign Chapter 3 on briefing cases, since I expect this to be something you're already familiar with, but you may wish to look at this material if you need a refresher.   You should also sign up for this course on Westlaw's TWEN service, and check the "Course Materials" page before this and every other class session, as I will post supplemental materials there.
800104 502 R LEG WRITING & ANAL SHIPMAN,M

  For your first meeting (Monday, January 8, 2007), please read Chapters 1 and 11 of Calleros, Legal Method and Writing (5th ed., 2006).
800110 502 T LEG WRITING & ANAL STULBERG,J
Please read Chapters 1-3 in Oates/Enquist for first class session on Fri., Jan. 12.

800125 503 X CONTRACTS GARVIN,L
Welcome back!  There is a supplement (free) available in the copy center.  We will start using it at the end of the first week of classes or the beginning of the second week.  For the first day, please prepare pages 251-262 of the casebook and page 68 of the first supplement.  For the second day, please prepare pages 263-268 and 274-277 of the casebook and 69-76 of the first supplement.
800131 503 Y CONTRACTS COLE,D
Please read pp. 324-52 for the first day of class. 
800146 503 Z CONTRACTS TRAVALIO,G
800151 505 X PROPERTY COHEN,A
  Please read the introduction to the casebook (Singer) pages x - lv; please also read casebook pages 103 - 108; 112 - 113 (notes 1, 2, & 3); page 115 (problems 1 & 2) 
800167 505 Y PROPERTY BRAUNSTEIN,M

Please read Pages 887-904 of the Text.

Have fun and watch the game.

800172 505 Z PROPERTY WIERSEMA
Welcome to Property. For Monday, 1/8: read Singer xxxix-xlv (What is Property? and Tensions), Singer 45-52 (Moore - omit notes on 52), and Singer 104-108 (State v Shack). For Tuesday, 1/9: read Singer 3-20 (Acquisition by Conquest). For Wednesday, 1/10: read Singer 24-32 (Distribution by the Sovereign).
800188 510 X CONSTITUTIONAL LAW GOLDBERGER,D
Constitutional Law        David Goldberger
  Rotunda, Modern Constitutional Law, 7th ed., & suppl. Monday, 1/8/07, text: U.S. Constitution, pp. liii - lxxvii. Tuesday, 1/9/07, text: pp. 1-14. Wednesday, 1/10/07, text: pp. 14-30. Thursday, 1/11/07, text: pp. 30-46, suppl. p. 1.
800193 510 Y CONSTITUTIONAL LAW FOLEY,E

Spring 2007: Assignments for First Day of Class
1. A Supreme Court of One 2. Term Analysis: A “split-the-difference” Court 3. Who Rules the Supreme Court? 4. Justice Grover Versus Justice Oscar
Optional: 1. Charm Offensive 2. Abortion, Race Cases on High Court’s Agenda
Please read the syllabus and complete the first assignment for Monday, January 8.  All of these documents are available on TWEN.  Please also watch the debate between Justices Scalia and Burger at http://www.acslaw.org/node/3909.  I look forward to seeing you in class. 

Please register for this course on TWEN, read the syllabus (very important as a general introduction to the course), and complete the first assignment.  Both the syllabus and the materials for the first assignment are available on the "Syllabus" page of the TWEN site for this course.
I look forward to seeing you in class on Monday.

800201 510 Z CONSTITUTIONAL LAW COLKER,R
Please read the following in the Farber casebook: Appendix 1, 2 & 3, also skim pages 1-54 for general background on our constitutional history.
Sign up for TWEN; slides are posted there in advance of class.
800217 529 C LEGISLATION TOKAJI,D
For the first day of class, please read pages 1-23 in your casebook, William N. Eskridge, Jr., et al., Cases and Materials on Legislation:  Statutes and the Creation of Public Policy (3d ed. 2001).
800222 529 X LEGISLATION BRUDNEY,J

Do 1st day reading assignment that is listed in the Syllabus as it appears in the duplicated materials.

First assignment = casebook pages 1-10, additiaonal materials pages 1-17.


800238 529 Y LEGISLATION HUEFNER,S

  The first meeting will be Monday January 8 at 2:00 p.m.  For this first class, please read Unit 1, consisting of pages 1-10 of the casebook and pages 1-17 of the bound additional materials.  Please also read the course syllabus.
800243 590   LEGAL METHODS VERDUN,V
800259 601   ADVANLEGAL WRITING BEAZLEY,M
In Beyond the Basics, read chapters 1 and 3.  In Style, read the Preface; Lessons 1 & 2; pp. 236-43 of the Appendix.
800264 603 X EVIDENCE SIMMONS,R
Evidence        Ric Simmons
  Please pick up a copy of the syllabus from the mailbox across the hallway.  For the first class, please read the first assignment on the syllabus--pages 1-4 of the casebook. In addition, every student in the class must register on the class TWEN site as soon as possible.  Instructions on how to register are attached to the syllabus.
800270 603 Z EVIDENCE KRIVOSHEY,R
800270 603 Z EVIDENCE KRIVOSHEY,R
800285 606 X FED INCOME TAXATN TOBIN,D

  Read (1-8, 17-33, 49) in Posin and Tobin -- The recommended hornbook) A handout will be available for those of you who do not want to buy the book.
32-33 in Text
800291 613   EMPLOYMENT LAW BRUDNEY,J
800291 613   EMPLOYMENT LAW BRUDNEY,J
Do 1st day reading assignment that is listed in the Syllabus as it appears in the duplicated materials.
800309 614   LABOR LAW WILSON,C
Charlie Wilson
  For the first day of class, Monday, Jan. 10, 1:40 to 2:50 p.m., please read the following in the Casebook: Preface, pp. iii-iv. Supplementary Readings, pp. ix-xi. Pages 2-30 of the Casebook.
800314 634   CHILDREN & THE LAW FEDERLE,K
For class on Tuesday, January 9, 2007, please read pp. 1-20 in the casebook.
800335 652   BANKING LAW ANSTAETT,E
Please read the following pages in Broome and Markham, Regulation of Bank Financial Services Activities 2nd Edition: 26-29, 35-46, 57-65, 151-161, 183-186.
800341 656   WILLS, TRUSTS, EST SEGELKEN,E
In the Dukeminier text:
For 1/8/07      1-20
For 1/11/07     20-40, 48-54, 57 (beginning with A. v. B.) -58
801003 658   ADV CONSTITUTIONAL LAUGHLIN,S
Advanced Constitutional Law        Prof. Stan Laughlin
  For the first class read, Herbert Wechsler, "Toward Neutral Principles of Constitutional Law", 73 Harvard Law Review 1 (1959). This article is available on Westlaw but I don't think Lexis goes back that far.  This is perhaps the most famous law review article on constitutional law in history.  Some of the language is  dated but you will see that the issues are still very relevant.  A TWEN site should be availabe after the first of the year. Be sure to look for it and sign up.
800356 659   COMMERCIAL LAW WHALEY,D
Texts:
Whaley, Problems and Materials on Commercial Law (8th ed. Aspen)
West’s Selected Commercial Statutes or similar work containing entire Uniform Commercial Code (including the Official Comments)
 
Assignment for first week:
 
Tuesday, Jan. 9: 
     Definitions and Stature of Frauds   1-53
Wednesday, Jan. 10:
     Contract Formation     53-81
Thursday, Jan.11:
     Battle of Forms and Warranties I   81-108
 

Be prepared to discuss and answer the Problems
801184 694 C International Legal Research HINCHCLIFF,C
800361 694 G CIV PRO II GREENBAUM,A

  Required Material:             Friedenthal, Miller, Sexton, & Hershkoff, Civil Procedure (9th ed. 2005) Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (2006-2007 WEST abridged edition)(recommended) Greenbaum, Supplementary Material (2007)        
First Week’s Assignments: 1 Introduction to Pleading: CB 7-10,  FR 1, 2, 3, 7, 8(a), 8(e), 8(f),10, 11, 84; Forms 2, 9, 10 & 20, SM 1
1 Notice Pleading: Claim for Relief: CB 505 n.3-506 n.6, 29 n.4 , FR 8(a), Form 9, SM 2, 3
1-3 Rule 12 Motions: CB 536 n.1-538 n.6, 539 #3-540, FR 7(b), 10, 11, 12, Form 19, SM 4, 5











800377 694 P LAW & SOCIAL SCI POTEET,T

For the first day of class:
1)        Skim Ch. 1, pp. 1-27, in the textbook (Social Science in Law by Monahan and Walker);
2)        read Article #1 (“Social Science Contributions to Law) in the duplicated materials;
3)        be prepared to discuss the jurisprudential changes that led to using social science in the law,
and the similarities and differences between social science and the law.
801071 694 R REAL ESTATE DEVELO DALEY
800432 703   LGL NEGOTIATION WILSON,C

Monday, Jan. 10, 2007, 1:00 to 2:50:
Read:  Preface & Chapter 1 (pp. 1-31) in Negotiation Theory & Strategy by Russell Korobkin.  Please answer and be prepared to discuss the Discussion Questions & Problems on pp. 30-31.


  CORRECTION: Class Meets at 9:00 to 11:00 on Mondays & Wednesdays in Room 345.

800448 704 K TRIAL PRACTICE MARBLEY,A
800469 704 Z TRIAL PRACTICE KRIVOSHEY,R
800474 708   SECURITEIS REG OESTERLE,D
Please check my TWEN web site under the syllabus for the 1st class reading assignment
801024 711   HEALTH LAW SPINDELMAN,M
Readings will be in Furrow, et al., HEALTH LAW: CASES, MATERIALS, AND PROBLEMS (5th ed. 2004).
For our first meeting, please read pages 1-28.
801101 728   INT'L BUS TRANSACT CHOW,D
  For 1st class, read pp. 1-14 in Chow & Schoebaum.  We will be discussing the first fourt problems (Problems 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 104) in class.
800658 739   PRETRIAL LITIGATN CHESTER,J
800663 740   ESTATE WILL DRAFTI SAMANSKY,A

  For the first class on 1/9:  Read Chapter 1 of the Gazur & Phillips book.  We will discuss in class Exercise 1-1 (see p. 13) and Exercises 1-3, -4, -5 (see pages 26-28). 

800684 793 I INDIVIDUAL STUDIES SMITH,K
800690 793 J JUDICIAL EXTERN SMITH,MONTE
800708 793 L CAPITAL CLASS SMITH,K
801030 794 A ADR IN WORKPLACE HEBERT,L

  January 8:     Casebook 2-15 January 9:     CB 16-32 January 10:    CB 33-45
800713 794 B DEATH PENALTY BERMAN,D
In preparation for our first class on Wednesday, January 10, you should:
1. Pick up a copy of the course description/course outline handout, to which a Questionnaire should be attached;
2. Surf around the Death Penalty Information Center’s website (http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org) in conjunction with completing the Questionnaire.
800729 794 C LANLORD TENANT CHOE,S
No reading for Tuesday. The syllabus is available for download at the TWEN site
800734 794 E EMINENT DOMAIN BRAUNSTEIN,M
Please read Chapter 1, Dana and Merrill
801137 794 F FID RESP BD DPRP CHANDLER,W
800740 794 G DEALS GARVIN,L
800740 794 G DEALS GARVIN,L
Welcome back!  You should purchase a copy of the course materials from the copy center.  For the first class, please prepare pages 1-27.  We will finish these in the second class.  In addition, please review the syllabus carefully, particularly the detailed listing of assignments on pp. 3-4.  Come with a list of your preferred assignments and your conflicts.

800755 794 H ADVANCED LEGAL RES HALL,K
801092 794 I INT'L TRADE CHOW,D
  For 1st class, read pp. 1-20 in Chow & Schoebaum.  We will be discussing the first three problems (Problems 1-1, 1-2, 1-3) in class.
800761 794 L FOREIGN RELATIONS LAUGHLIN,S
First Day Assignment Form
794L        Foreign Relations Law        Prof. Stan Laughlin
  Read pp1-16 in the course materials,"Laughlin, Foreign Relations Law".  A TWEN site should be in operation shortly after the first of the year.  Be sure to look for it and sign up.
800776 794 M WHITE COLLAR MICHAELS,A

  1)  Register into the class on TWEN.  Be sure to use an e-mail address that you check, as critical information will come this way.
2) The casebook is O'Sullivan, Federal White Collar Crime (2nd Ed.).  You do not need to purchase any supplements.
3) Because we do a double class when we meet, the reading is longer than it would be for a single class, and you will need to leave more time for preparation.  Our first class will be substantive, so preparation is essential.
4) Read pp. 1-7, 801-816(n.4) and 824(n.1 through 828(not notes).
5) By Thursday 1/11, a syllabus and statutory supplement will also be posted on TWEN for you to download.  At that time you will aslo need to download those and read 18 U.S.C. Sects. 371 and 1001 for the first class (they're short).
Welcome to White Collar Crime!
800781 794 Q INT'T HUMAN RIGHTS QUIGLEY,J

Please pick up a syllabus in the handout box.

Martin, Schnably, Wilson, Simon & Tushnet International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Treaties, Cases and Analysis (2006), pp. 1-21

801121 794 R CIVIL RT REM DPRP JONES,N
800797 794 S AP AD MOOT COURT SUTTON,J
800805 794 T TRADEMARK LEE,E
For the 1st class on Tuesday, please read in the Dinwoodie & Janis casebook:
Preface (xxiii-xxiv), 3-7,10-11, 20-26, 30-43.  

801116 794 W LAYWERS MEDIA WEAVER,M
801158 794 X INTL J VENT DPRP HARRIS,G
801142 794 Y CORP GOV DPRP SANDMAN,D
800826 794 Z ADV ISSUES IN DR ROGERS,N
800826 794 Z ADV ISSUES IN DR STULBERG,J
Please pick up the syllabus in the boxes outside the copyroom. 
Attached to the syllabus will be duplicated materials for the first class.  I have copied pages 285 - 287 and 306-317 from "Dispute Resolution: Negotiation, Meidation and Other Processes" and I have also duplicated a problem for the class.  It is called "Toolco Problem."
The syllabus and materials for  the first class will be ready for pick-up the afternoon of January 2, 2007.  If you have any problems obtaining the materials for the first class, please see my assistant Robika Garner (room 220, garner.99@osu.edu).
800991 797   M & A OESTERLE,D
Please check my TWEN web site under syllabus for the first class reading assignment.
801019 607 01 C BUSINESS ASSOCIATN OESTERLE,D
Please check my TWEN web site under the syllabus for the 1st class reading assignment. 

800427 700 01 . INTERPROF CARE KOLMAN,M
800571 736 01 X PROF RESPONSIBILIT COUGHLAN,J
800587 736 02 Z PROF RESPONSIBILIT GREENBAUM,A
Professor A. F. Greenbaum
  Required Material:     Lerman & Schrag, Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law (2005) Model Rules of Professional Conduct - Martyn, Fox and Wendel, The Law Governing Lawyers (2006-2007 ed.)[recommended compilation]
First Week’s Class Assignments: Introduction to the course and institutions and legal rules that affect lawyers: CB 1-43 background only] Admission to Practice: CB 43-63 & MR 1.2(d) and 8.1 Professional Discipline: CB 68-76 n.5 & MR 8.4 Reporting other lawyers' misconduct: CB 80-108 & MR 8.3 and 1.6
800601 738 04 . JUSTICE FOR CHILDR FEDERLE,K
800601 738 04 . JUSTICE FOR CHILDR LLOYD,A
800616 738 20 A SPECIAL ED ADVOCAC COLKER,R

  From the Weber casebook, please read pages 17-56 for the first class.  Also sign up for TWEN; slides will be posted in advance of class.
800621 738 20 L LEGISLATION CLINIC ENNS,T
800621 738 20 L LEGISLATION CLINIC HUEFNER,S
Please pick up course materials, consisting of a three-ring binder of readings (the "Clinic Binder") and a coil-bound guidebook to the Ohio General Assembly prepared by the Legislative Service Commission (the "LSC Guidebook").
For our first class, please read the material behind Tab 1 of the Clinic Binder, focusing particularly on the pages printed on Moritz letterhead.  Also read Chapters 1 and 2 of the LSC Guidebook. We look forward to seeing you on Monday, January 8, at 4:00 p.m. in room 455.
800637 738 20 R MEDIATION PRACTICU DEASON,E
Please register for the Mediation Practicum on TWEN and respond to the earlier e-mail inquiry about your availability for mediations.
For Tuesday's class, please read pages 1-33 in the supplemental materials for the course, which are available for purchase from the Copy Center.  I look forward to meeting you!
800642 738 20 Z CIVIL LAW PRACTICU COOKE,E
800642 738 20 Z CIVIL LAW PRACTICU TRAVALIO,G
800847 796 19 C SEM CRIM LAW DEFEN DRESSLER,J

  1.  Be sure you register for the class on TWEN before the first day.
2. Read the two critical handouts found on TWEN before the first class, and please bring them to the first class session.  Thanks.
800852 796 20 A SEM STATE CONST LA SUTTON,J
800889 796 20 K SEM CIVIL RIGHTS POWELL,J
Assign for First Class:
Attached is a url for a radio broadcase on race and class.  Listen to it for class and be prepared to discuss it. 
http://www.radioopensource.org/race-and-class-in-america
800902 796 20 P SEM PUBLIC UTILITY PORTER,S
800918 796 20 Q SEM INT'L CRIM LAW QUIGLEY,J
Please pick up syllabus in handout box. Attached to the syllabus is the reading for the first meeting (six pages of introduction to international criminal law).
801066 796 20 S SEM EVIDENCE IN TP SARGUS,E
800939 796 20 U SEM TOPICS IN SEX EQUALITY SPINDELMAN,M

  Readings for the first week of class (marked: "Unit 1: An Introduction), are available outside of my office (Room 202 Drinko Hall). To prepare, please read both Signs articles by Catharine MacKinnon, and Law's Nobility by Robin West. (In the West, please read pages 386-420 closely; you can skim the rest.)
Also, please sign on to the TWEN site for the course.
801087 796 20 V SEM RACE T HEORY VERDUN,V

  Critical Race Theory ­ Verdun ­ Winter 2007 ­ No class Tuesday January 9
Out of class Assignment for Tuesday January 9 : 1.      Read : Roediger, David, Black on White, Shocken Books, 1998  (ISBN 0-8052-4146-9). 2.      Out of class assignment ­ due January 16, 2007 ­ Write a two page essay on any entry in the book, or critique the book or any Part (I ­ VI) in the book.
Assignment for Tuesday January 16:         Discuss: Roediger, David, Black on White
801179 796d20   HISTORY OF AMERICAN LAW AND SOCIETY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR STEBENNE,D