AU06ScheduleQ3 AU06ScheduleQ3
503 X CONTRACTS GARVIN,L
Welcome!  For the first class, please read pages 1-8 of the Farnsworth, Young & Sanger casebook and pages 1-7 of your photocopied supplement, available for no charge in the copy center.  The supplement contains the syllabus for the bulk of the semester.  For the second class, please read pages 8-17 of the casebook and pages 7-11 of the supplement.
503 Y CONTRACTS COLE,D
Farnsworth Casebook   Introduction pp. iii-viii   Chapter 1 pp. 1-8
503 Z CONTRACTS TRAVALIO,G
Read and study the case of Hawkins v. McGee and the accompanying materials at pgs 1-11 of the Contracts casebook (Dawson, Harvey and Henderson 8th ed.).
504 T TORTS COLE,S
Please read pp. 1-10 and 37-40 in Prosser, Wade & Schwartz's Torts (11th ed.) prior to our first day of class.

504 X TORTS LEE,E
Please pick up a syllabus in the first floor boxes outside of the copy center.
Read and study the assignment for Class 1 listed on the syllabus.
504 Y TORTS NORTHERN,K
Please read pp. 1- 15 in Henderson, Pearson, and Siliciano; The Torts Process; Aspen Publishers, 6th Ed. 2003. In addition, review the Supreme Court of Ohio's Statement of Professionalism found in the supplemental reading packet.

504 Z TORTS SWIRE,P
The text is Franklin, Rabin, and Green, 8th edition.  For the first class on Tuesday, please read pages 1-17.  For Wednesday, we will likely continue discussion of that assignment, and continue to the next assignment, 17-30.
        We will discuss the overall syllabus and other reading for the course in the first class.
507 T CIVIL PROCEDURE WILSON,C
Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2006: Read and be prepared to discuss: 1.  The Rock, Paper, Scissors Order posted on the LexisNexis Webcourse under "Course Documents." 2.  Pages xxv-xxvii (Preface); pp. 1-12; and pp. 54-56 in the Yeazell Casebook.  Pay special attention to Hawkins v. Masters Farms on pp. 6-8. 3.  Pages xi (Preface) and pp. xiii-xiv (Note on FRCP) in the paperback 2006 Rules Supplement. 4.  In your 2006 Rules Supplement, please skim and become familar with Article III of the US Constitution and 28 U.S.C. Sections 41, 133, 1331, 1332, 1333, and 1337.
Please Note:  You should refer to your Orientation Packet for instructions on how to access the LexisNexis webcourses.  Assignments for class will be posted on that website.  When you register your IDs for LexisNexis, please make certain that register an email address that you will check regularly.  All emails from me will go to the email address that you have registered with LexisNexis.
Finally, Tuesday, August 22, at 8:40, you begin your formal professional education to become a lawyer.  It is the time to begin behaving like a professional.  Please be ready to start at 8:40 a.m.  (In other words, to be on time, you must be early.)
507 X CIVIL PROCEDURE GREENBAUM,A
For the frist class, please read  Friedenthal, et al, Civil Procedure pages 1-21
For classes 1-4, please read         Friedenthal pages 63-72         Supplement items 1-4
We will only touch on this latter set of assignments in the first class
507 Y CIVIL PROCEDURE CAUST-ELLENB
Read pp.1-21 for an overview. Carefully read pp. 220-29.
511 H LEGAL RESEARCH STEINKE,M
511 H LEGAL RESEARCH STEINKE,M
511 J LEGAL RESEARCH STEINKE,M
511 J LEGAL RESEARCH STEINKE,M
511 K LEGAL RESEARCH SAMPSON,S
511 L LEGAL RESEARCH HINCHCLIFF,C
511 L LEGAL RESEARCH HINCHCLIFF,C
511 P LEGAL RESEARCH SMITH,R
511 Q LEGAL RESEARCH HALL,K
511 Q LEGAL RESEARCH HALL,K
533 H CRIMINAL LAW HERMAN,L
Please read the problem case (mimeo, first iten), fill out the answer sheet, sign it, bring it to class, and turn it in to me.  Fill out the questionnaire (mimeo, second item), do not sign it, bring it to class, and turn it in to me.  Read Casebook, pages 1-12.  Read the Note on the Stages of the Criminal Process (mimeo, fourth item) and the chart to which it refers (mimeo, third item).
533 T CRIMINAL LAW DAVIES,S
1) When you get your Westlaw password, please sign up for the class on TWEN.  Be sure to include an e-mail address that you will check regularly during the semester, as course information will come via e-mail;
2)  Download the Syllabus (found under Syllabus) and the Course Description and Ohio Statutory Supplement (found under Course Materials) from the TWEN cite; and
3)For the first class read the assignment set out at II. A and B in the syllabus (Justifications of Punishment).  II. A-C will occupy our discussions for much of the first week of class.  The introductory materials under I. on the syllabus is helpful background, but we will not discuss it in class.
See you all on Tuesday at 1:00 in Room 252.
533 X CRIMINAL LAW MICHAELS,A
  1) When you get your Westlaw password, you must sign up for the class on TWEN.  Be sure to include an e-mail address that you will check regularly during the semester, as course information will come via e-mail.
2)  Download the Syllabus (found under Syllabus) and the Course Description and Ohio Statutory Supplement (found under Course Materials) from the TWEN cite.
3)For the first class read the assignment set out at I. and II A. in the syllabus.  The remainder of topic II (i.e., B and C) will occupy the rest of the first week.  We will discuss lots of this material all at once, so you may wish to read II.B before the first class, but it is not necessary.
533 Y CRIMINAL LAW DRESSLER,J
The syllabus, including the reading assignments for the entire semester, are available on The West Educational Network (TWEN), at <https://lawschool.westlaw.com>.
You MUST register for this class on TWEN, as it is a required part of the class. 
You will receive a West password for TWEN, and registration instructions, during the law school orientation.  Please register on TWEN before the first class, as there is important information there waiting for you.
Until you are registered: The reading assignment for the first class:
PP 1-8 in the required casebook (Dressler, CASES AND MATERIALS ON CRIMINAL LAW, Third edition 2003).
Thanks.
533 Z CRIMINAL LAW FEDERLE,K
 
  August 22: Read and be prepared to discuss pp. 30-48 in Dressler, Cases and Materials in Criminal Law.
August 24: Read and be prepared to discuss pp. 48-65 in Dressler, Cases and Materials in Criminal Law.
600 T APPELAT ADVOCACY BEAZLEY,M
600 X APPELAT ADVOCACY BEAZLEY,M
600 Y APPELAT ADVOCACY BEAZLEY,M
600 Z APPELAT ADVOCACY BEAZLEY,M
Please read Chapters 1-3 in _A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy_.  In addition, please pick up your case packet from the print room (or from just outside the print room) on Tuesday or Wednesday, August 22 and August 23, from 1-4 p.m.  There is no charge for these packets.
603
EVIDENCE IMWINKELRIED
The required texts are:  CARLSON et al., EVIDENCE:  TEACHING MATERIALS FOR AN AGE OF SCIENCE AND STATUTES (5th ed. 2002) with a 2005 supplement;  EVIDENTIARY FOUNDATIONS (6th ed. 2005); and a set of Xeroxed "Evidentiary Materials."   The Xeroxed materials are attached to the course syllabus, located in the handout box across from the Financial Aid Board.  The syllabus sets out the assignment for the first day of class. 
605
COMMERCIAL PAPER VERDUN,V
Casebook- Problems and Materials on Payment Law - 7th ed., Douglas Whaley, Aspen Law and Business (2006).
Commerical and Debtor-Creditor Law, Selected Statues, 2006 ed., Foundation Press.
Aug. 22-23 Chapter 1- Negotiability - Also read referenced statues and comments carefully.
606 X FED INCOME TAXATN SAMANSKY,A
607 01 X BUSINESS ASSOCIATN OESTERLE,D
1st Class assignment please see the Syllabus on the TWEN site.
607 01 Y BUSINESS ASSOCIATN JENKINS,G
609 X SALES WALT
For the first Session please read Murry & Flechtner PP 1-19 and complete Problem 1 in the text.
610
SECURD TRANSACTONS WALT

For the first session please read Warren & Walt PP 2-9, 17-21.

Please add the following page numbers to the reading assignment I've had posted previously
pp. 20-29

619
INTERNATIONAL LAW QUIGLEY,J
Janis & Noyes, International Law: Cases and Commentary (3d ed. 2006), pp. 1-17.
621
REAL ESTATE FINANC BRAUNSTEIN,M
623
FED ANTITRUST LAW MEEKS,J
Assign. for 1st day:
Read Pgs. 1 thru 62 and relevant material in the Supplement.
625
COPYRIGHT LAW LEE,E
For the 1st class, we will be discussing Copyright's Future.
Please read pp. 1-3, 44-48, 56-66 in the Joyce casebook.  Also, read the following short pieces on the Internet and think about how you would decide the Google case:
1. Google Takes on Copyright Laws, http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,68901,00.html
2. about Google Book Search:  http://books.google.com/intl/en/googlebooks/about.html
628
ACCT FOR LAWYERS SHIPMAN,M
For the first class (Tuesday, August 22, 2006), please read, in the casebook, pages 1 to 14 and 250-73 (the Bily case).
635
FAMILY LAW SPINDELMAN,M
For our first class, please read pages 1-32 in the Areen & Regan (5th edition, 2006).
636
DISABILITY DISCRIM COLKER,R
There is no assignment for the first day.  You can view the syllabus and schedule of Tuesday classes on TWEN. Please register for TWEN ASAP.
639
CRIM PRO ADJUDICAT MICHAELS,A
For the first class in Criminal Procedure:
    1)  Sign up for the class on TWEN.  Be sure to include an e-mail address that you use regularly, as I will rely on this method to communicate course information.
     2)  Download the Syllabus (available under Syllabus at the course TWEN page) and the Hamdan handout (available under Course Materials on the course TWEN page).
     3)  For our first class, read the Hamdan handout and be prepared to answer the indicated questions.
641
CRIM PRO INVESTIG DRESSLER,J
The first day reading assignment, the syllabus for the entire semester, a Class Information Sheet handout, and other importanr information (including a poll that I ask you to vote on BEFORE the firsst day of class) are found on The West Educational Network (TWEN), at https://lawschool.westlaw.com.
TWEN is a required part of class. Please register before the first day of class.  Thanks.
656 S WILLS, TRUSTS, EST JOHNSON,B
Please read pages 1 - 3 and 10 - 30 in the Dukeminier, Johanson, Lindgren & Sitkoff casebook.

658 T 14th AMENDMENT TOKAJI,D
For the first class, please read pp. 1194-1201 in the casebook, Jesse H. Choper, et al., Constitutional Law (10th ed. 2006).  You should also read the text of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments, which are reprinted at p. 1605.
Please note that you need not purchase the 2006 Supplement to the casebook, even though it is on the bookstore’s list.  Book orders had to be placed before the 2006 Supplement was actually available but, upon reviewing it, I’ve concluded that it’s not necessary.
694 F CIV PRO II FINK,H

Read Chapter 1 of Rowe, Sherry and Tidmarsh, Civil Procedure.

Syllabus:  The rest of the book, in order, with the exception of Chapters 9,10 and 11, which were covered in Procedure I. We usually cover about 15 pages per class, more or less.

697
STUDY FOREIGN INST SMITH,K
700 03 N INTERPRO ETH ISSUE LAUGHLIN,S
ETHICAL ISSUES COMMON TO THE HELPING PROFESSIONS

This course meets on the quarter system. The first class is at 7PM on September 26th.
Most of the reading assignments will be on the Carmen system. Instructions on how to use this system will be given at the first class. There is no reading assignment for the first class.

703
LGL NEGOTIATION STULBERG,J

  1) Read pages 564-588 in Wiggins text. 2) All students must sign-up for TWEN access to course; materials available as of 8/14.  Printed copies of course syllabus located in designated shelf across from this posting. 3) Class will meet for entire 3-hour class session at its first meeting on Monday, 8/28.
704 P TRIAL PRACTICE PHILLIPS,G
1.  Please send me your email address.  Send your email to phillips@vssp.com.
2.  The sole assignment for the first class is to read the Pirandello play, "It is so (If you think so.  You can find it online at:www.eldritchpress.org/lp/itisso.htm
That's it!  But send me your email.
704 S TRIAL PRACTICE SARGUS,E
704 X TRIAL PRACTICE RAY,F
For the 1st session of this course on Wed., Aug. 23, students need not review any materials.  This class will last a full two hours, beginning at 5 p.m.  Students will participate as jurors in a mock summary jury trial.  Students should plan to arrive on time at the assigned classroom, room 347 in Drinko Hall.
Frank A. Ray Direct dial -- (614) 334-6176
704 Z TRIAL PRACTICE WINTER
710
FEDERAL COURTS CAUST-ELLENB
PP. 1-16; 262-78
713 R MOOT COURT BEAZLEY,M
713 X MOOT COURT SMITH,K
713 Y MOOT COURT SMITH,K
713 Z MOOT COURT SMITH,K
715
TAX OF BUSINESS EN SAMANSKY,A
Taxn of Business Enterprises        Samansky
  Pages are in Kwall casebook
8/22: pages 1-10.
8/23: pages 19-22, 95-97, 145-48
729
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW SHANE,P
Our text is J. Mashaw, R. Merrill, & P. Shane, Administrative Law:  The American Public Law System (West Group, 5th ed. 2003).  For the first day (8/22), please read pages 1-37.  For Wednesday and the following Monday, we will focus on pages 59-74 and 78-82
732 W ENVIRONMENTAL LAW WIERSEMA
For Tuesday, Aug 22: Read Percival, Schroeder, Miller, & Leape (PSML), pages 1-14 and 854-858.
For Wednesday, Aug 23: Read PSML 24-35 and 47-51.
I'll be distributing a syllabus for the course in the first class
733
FIRST AMENDMENT GOLDBERGER,D
The First Amdment 2d ed. Stone, Seidman et al. [Supplement will be distributed in class without charge.] August 22, Text 3-18, August 23, Text 19-35, supp. 2, August 29, Text 48-64, supp. 3. NOTE: AUGUST 29 CLASS WILL BE AT NOON RATHER THAN AT REGULAR TIME.
735 B ENT BUSINESS JOURN OESTERLE,D
735 L LAW JOURNAL JENKINS,G
735 L LAW JOURNAL LAUGHLIN,S
735 R JDR COLE,S
735 R JDR STULBERG,J
735 X CRIM LAW JOURNAL BERMAN,D
735 X CRIM LAW JOURNAL DRESSLER,J
735 Z I/S JOURNAL SHANE,P
736 01 . PROF RESPONSIBILIT COUGHLAN,J
737
PATENT LAW MESHER,R
738 20 L LEGISLATION PRACTI BERMAN,D
738 20 L LEGISLATION PRACTI ENNS,T
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 and Chapters 1 and 2 of the LSC Guidebook. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, August 24, at 4:00 p.m. in room 455.
738 20 P CRIM PROS PRACTICU KRIVOSHEY,R
738 20 P CRIM PROS PRACTICU SIMMONS,R
738 20 Y MEDIATION PRACTICU COLE,S
Please read pp. 111-20 in Dispute Resolution:  Negotiation, Mediation and Other Processes before our first class.
738 20 Y MEDIATION PRACTICU HINCHCLIFF,C
738 20 Z CIVIL LAW PRACTICU COOKE,E
738 20 Z CIVIL LAW PRACTICU GOLDBERGER,D
Duplicated materials, pp. 1-16 (available at clinic office front desk, Room 255)
744
EMPLOY DISCRIM LAW CHAMALLAS,M
747
CIVIL RIGHTS POWELL,J
781
INTL DISPUTE RESOL COHEN,AMY
793 I INDIVIDUAL STUDIES SMITH,K
793 J JUDICIAL EXTERN SMITH,MONTE
793 L CAPITAL CLASS SMITH,K
794 E ELECTION LAW FOLEY,E
Please sign up on TWEN for this course and read the copy of the syllabus posted on TWEN.
Please also pick up from Room 146 the first set of reading materials. For our first class discussion, please read pages 1 to 18, which includes an introduction to the course and Baker v. Carr on the political question doctrine.
As you read Baker v. Carr, please consider the following questions: Suppose an amendment to Ohio's constitution, which was ratified by a majority vote of the state's electorate in a ballot referendum last fall, changed the structure of the General Assembly so that each of the state's 88 counties was allocated exactly one Senator in the state's Senate, regardless of the county's population.  (Assume that the state's House of Representatives continued to be apportioned on a per-population, rather than a per-county, basis.) Should this amendment to Ohio's constitution be unconstitutional under the U.S. Constiution? Should the federal judiciary consider itself entitled to rule on this federal constitutional question?
794 B IMMIGRATION BLOOMFIELD,D
Please obtain the text and statute book. We will discuss source materials and introductory matters.  We will go over general items and a bit of history on the subject matter. There will also be a general discussion concerning the various federal agencies that impact upon the practice of Immigration and Nationality law including the State Department, the Department of Labor, the Justice Department and most importantly Homeland Security.                                                  Permission to work within 8 CFR 274a.12 will be discussed and the student should be prepared to respond as to the categories of permission.
The following pages are assigned for reading for the first week from the required text:                    1-12            103-111            124-129            144-149            163-169            181-183            xii-           xvi                      
Read 8 CFR 274a.12 I look forward to meeting you.
794 D LAW & GENETICS DEASON,E
Please read pgs 1-23 in the supplemental materials.  They are now being copied and should be available on Monday morning in the copy center.  A syllabus is available in the boxes. 
Please note:  despite the indication on the exam schedule, there is NO in-class exam in this class.  There will be a 10-day take-home with word limits. 
794 G SMALL BUSINESS FIN GARVIN,L
Welcome back!  The first packet of readings is available in the boxes opposite the copy center.  For the first class, please read the first unit (there are two units in the first packet).  We will discuss this material for the first one or two class periods.
794 J LAWYERS LEADERS JENKINS,G
794 J LAWYERS LEADERS JENKINS,G
794 L LAWYERS IN DR DEASON,E
Please read pgs 1-23 in the supplemental materials.  They are now being copied and should be available on Monday morning in the copy center.  A syllabus is available in the boxes. 
Please note:  despite the indication on the exam schedule, there is NO in-class exam in this class.  There will be a 10-day take-home with word limits. 
794 S APP AD MOOT COURT SUTTON,J
796 03 . SUPREME CT LIT SUTTON,J
796 20 A SEM CRITIC RACE NA VERDUN,V
796 20 B SEM CHAPTER 11 BODOH,W

See syllabus inboxes near copy office.

Chapters 1 & 2, Review Appendix A Discussion of Alternatives and Overall Objectives of a Chapter 11 Filling

796 20 E SEM EXPERT TESTIMO IMWINKELRIED
The required text is a set of Xeroxed materials available in Room 146.  You will find the syllabus in the handout box across from the Financial Aid board.  The syllabus sets out the reading assignment for the first two class hours.
796 20 F SEM FOSTER CARE LLOYD,A
796 20 M SEM EVIDENCE IN TP MARBLEY,A
796 20 N SEM ANTHRO & LAW LAUGHLIN,S
ANTHROPOLOGY AND LAW SEMINAR
This course meets on the quarter system. The first class is on September 20 at 7:00PM

The seminar utilizes a number of guest lecturers, most of whom determine the assigned reading for that week. Sometimes the assignments will be distributed in class and other times they will be on line.

For the first class read.

“What is Anthropology” on the web site of the American Anthropological Association at
http://www.aaanet.org/anthbroc.htm

Optional reading:

“Kennewick Man” on the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service Web Site at

http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeology/kennewick/

796 20 Q SEM ETHNIC CONFLIC QUIGLEY,J
There is nothing to be purchased for this seminar. A syllabus is available to be picked up in the basement handout distribution box. You should read the syllabus carefully, as it explains the format of the seminar. There is also a reading assignment for the first meeting, attached to the syllabus in the handout distribution box. The reading consists of two short pieces, one by Wolff, the other by Stavenhagen
796 20 S SEM PRIVACY SWIRE,P
For the first class, on August 28, please begin reading in Robert O'Harrow, "No Place to Hide."  We will read the entire book.  For the first class please read the introduction plus chapters 1, 2, and 4.  If the bookstore runs out of the book, it should be available in bookstores around town, as a popular recent book.
For discussion -- what changed with 9/11?  What privacy fears should we have?  What should we fear if privacy protections are too strong?
796 20 X SEM BIOETHICS SPINDELMAN,M
The reading assignment for the first class is pages 1-32 in the coursepack.
796 20 Y SEM LAW,PHIL, HIST FINK,H
796 63 . SEM CULTURAL TORTS CHAMALLAS,M
For the first class, please read the handout containing chapters from Tort Law In America by G. Edward White.
You may pick up the assignment from Loraine Brannon from the copycenter in Room 146.

797 B CHNG BUSINESS CONT GARDINER,D
794 V INTL MERGER DPRP SIMPSON,S
694 N NEGOTIATION AND ME LAWRENCE
658 B COURT AND CONSTITU BEYTAGH,F
Prof. Beytagh
  Assignment for Tues. 8/22:
Read pp. xv-xx and pp. 1-25 in Farber & Sherry book, and Arts. iii and iv of U.S. Constitution, pp. 599-601 of Farber * Sherry.