The following books have been submitted by professors. Please check back if your course books are not listed as faculty members are continuosly updating this list.
Summer 2012 Semester Courses and Books
7194 - Depositions (Kemp)
- I will not have a book assignment but will use handouts. Grading will be a series of quizzes and an in-class written exercise administered during the last class period. There is no first day reading assignment.
7312 - Debtor & Creditor (Whaley)
- Problems & Materials on Debtor & Creditor Law (REQUIRED). Authors: Whaley & Morris; 4th ed.
- Bankruptcy Code and Related Source Materials, 2011-2012* (RECOMMENDED **). Authors: Epstein & Nickles; 2011-12 ed.
- * There is a new 2012-2013 edition but it is not available until July 10, 2012. ** While the statutory supplement is recommended, students are certainly welcome to use Westlaw, Lexis, etc. to pull up the relevant materials.
8000 - Trial Practice (Krivoshey)
- Mauet, Thomas, Trial Techniques, Eighth Edition, Aspen Publishers, Wolters, Kluwer, 2010
- Mauet, Thomas, Wolfson, Warren, Easton, Stephen, Materials in Trial AdvocacyL: Problems and Cases, Seventh Edition, Aspen Publishers, Wolters Kluwer,2011
8203 - Civil Procedure 2 (Caust-Ellenbogen)
- Cross, Abramson & Deason, Civil Procedure (West 3d ed.)
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- You will need to have a federal rules supplement. If you already have one from Civil Procedure I, you may use it. If you do not, or wish to buy a new supplement (something that I would not necessarily recommend), I prefer the Foundation Press Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Supplement, ISBN 978-1-60930-129-3