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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.

Spring 2015 Semester Courses and Books

6106 - Law 2 (Starker)

  • Ross Guberman, Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation's Top Advocates
    ISBN: 978-0199943852
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed.)
    ISBN: 978-0615361161
  • Please retain your textbook from LAW 1. If you used the ALWD citation manual for LAW 1, you may use that for LAW 2 instead of the Bluebook. I am happy to discuss the pros and cons, so feel free to wait until the start of the semester before you decide whether to buy the Bluebook. You will not need either book for the first couple weeks.

6106 - Law 2 (Starker)

  • Ross Guberman, Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation's Top Advocates
    ISBN: 978-0199943852
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed.)
    ISBN: 978-0615361161
  • Please retain your textbook from LAW 1. If you used the ALWD citation manual for LAW 1, you may use that for LAW 2 instead of the Bluebook. I am happy to discuss the pros and cons, so feel free to wait until the start of the semester before you decide whether to buy the Bluebook. You will not need either book for the first couple weeks.

6106 - Law 2 (Cole)

  • Legal Writing: Process, Analysis, and Organization
    ISBN: 978-1-4548-4154-8

6106 - Law 2 (Smith)

  • You will use only the books that you have been using in LAW 1.

6106 - Law 2 (Starker)

  • Ross Guberman, Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation's Top Advocates
    ISBN: 978-0199943852
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed.)
    ISBN: 978-0615361161
  • Please retain your textbook from LAW 1. If you used the ALWD citation manual for LAW 1, you may use that for LAW 2 instead of the Bluebook. I am happy to discuss the pros and cons, so feel free to wait until the start of the semester before you decide whether to buy the Bluebook. You will not need either book for the first couple weeks.

6106 - Law 2 (Lee)

  • Christine Coughlin, et al., A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis (2d ed. 2013).
    ISBN: 9781611633979
  • Coleen M. Barger, ALWD Guide to Legal Citation (5th ed. 2014).
    ISBN: 9781454828754
  • PLEASE NOTE: The same books assigned for your LAW 1 class are assigned for your LAW 2 class, so you should not have to make any new purchases for LAW 2.

6106 - Law 2 (Stulberg)

  • Legal Writing for Legal Readers
    ISBN: 978-1-4548-4718-2
  • ALWD Citation Manual: A Professional System of Citation (5th ed)
    ISBN: 978-1-4548-2875-4
  • Point Made
    ISBN: 978-0-19-539487-0
  • All students, as in LAW I, should also have a law dictionary

6106 - Law 2 (Beazley)

  • Beazley & Smith, Legal Writing for Legal Readers
    ISBN: 9781454847182

6106 - Law 2 (Ralph)

  • Ruth Anne Robbins et al., Your Client’s Story: Persuasive Legal Writing (2013).
    ISBN: ISBN 9781454805489
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Columbia Law Review Ass’n et al. eds., 19th ed. 2010).
    ISBN: ISBN 9780615361161
  • We will read most, if not all, of Your Client’s Story; thus, I recommend you purchase that text. I plan to assign brief readings from the following three books: 1) Kamela Bridges & Wayne Schiess, Writing for Litigation (2011) (ISBN 9781454802730); 2) James A. Gardner, Legal Argument: The Structure and Language of Effective Advocacy (2d ed. 2007) (ISBN 9781422418208); 3) Antonin Scalia & Brian A. Garner, Making Your Case: The Art of Persuading Judges (2008) (ISBN 9780314184719). The readings from those three texts will be relatively brief, and copies of these books will be on reserve in the Moritz library. Nonetheless, you may decide that you want to purchase copies for yourself as part of your professional library. We will follow the style rules set forth in Bryan A. Garner, The Redbook: A Manual on Legal Style (2d ed. 2006). ISBN 9780314168917. The Redbook will be available on reserve in the library.

6106 - Law 2 (Kelly)

  • • Christine Coughlin, et al., A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis (2d ed. 2013).
    ISBN: 9781611633979
  • • Coleen M. Barger, ALWD Guide to Legal Citation (5th ed. 2014).
    ISBN: 9781454828754
  • • Amy E. Sloan, Researching the Law: Finding What You Need When You Need It (2014)
    ISBN: 9781454842514
  • LAWII will use the same texts as LAWI.

6112 - Property (Parasidis)

  • Singer et al, 6th ed (Aspen 2014)
    ISBN: 9781454837619
  • Please be sure to get the 6th edition.

6112 - Property (Johnson)

  • Dukeminier, Krier, et. al., Property 8th ed.
    ISBN: 9781454851363

6112 - Property (Chow)

  • Dukeminier et al, Property 8th edition
    ISBN: 9781454851363

6118 - Constitutional Law (Shane)

  • Stone, Seidman, et al., Constitutional Law (7th ed. 2013)
    ISBN: 978-1454817574
  • 2014 Supplement to Stone, Seidman, et al., Constitutional Law (7th ed.)
    ISBN: 978-1454841722

6118 - Constitutional Law (Colker)

  • Farber, Eskridge, Frickey and Schacter, Cases and Materials on Constitutional Law, West Publishing, 5th edition,2013
    ISBN: 978-0-314-27830-2
  • Additional material will be available on TWEN, including the syllabus.

6118 - Constitutional Law (Spindelman)

  • Constitutional Law: Cases, Comments, and Questions, 11th Ed., by Choper, Fallon et al.
    ISBN: 9780314904683
  • Constitutional Law: Cases, Comments, and Questions, 11th Ed., 2104 Supplement by Choper, Fallon et al.
    ISBN: 9781628100792

6121 - Contracts 1 (Rub)

  • The Modern Law of Contracts, 3d, by Bruce Frier and James J. While
    ISBN: 978-0314265463
  • Farnsworth, Sanger, Cohen, Brooks and Garvin Selections for Contracts, 2013 (Selected Statutes)
    ISBN: 978-1609303617
  • You can buy an older version of the supplement (Selections for Contracts by Farnsworth and others). Any version published in the last few years should suffice.

6121 - Contracts 1 (Hoffer)

  • Ayres and Klass' Studies in Contract Law, 8th Ed.
    ISBN: 9781609301170
  • Farnsworth, Sanger, Cohen, Brooks and Garvin Selections for Contracts, 2013
    ISBN: 9781609303617

6121 - Contracts 1 (Garvin)

  • Farnsworth et al., Contracts: Cases and Materials (Foundation Press, 8th ed. 2013)
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-60930-097-5
  • Farnsworth et al., Selections for Contracts (Foundation Press, 2013 ed.)
    ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-60930-361-7
  • Photocopied materials to be picked up at the copy center.

6124 - Legislation (Walker)

  • John F. Manning & Matthew C. Stephenson, Legislation and Regulation (2d ed. 2013)
    ISBN: 978-1609302177

6124 - Legislation (Rudesill)

  • Eskridge, Frickey, Garrett, Brudney, Cases and Materials on Legislation and Regulation: Statutes and the Creation of Public Policy (West, 2014)
    ISBN: 9781628101737 (ISBN-13)

6124 - Legislation (Tokaji)

  • Eskridge, Frickey, Garrett & Brudney, Cases and Materials on Legislation and Regulation: Statutes and the Creation of Public Policy (5th ed. 2014)
    ISBN: 978-1-62810-173-7
  • Eskridge & Brudney, Documents Supplement to Cases and Materials on Legislation: Statutes and the Creation of Public Policy (2011)
    ISBN: 978-0-314-20816-3

7006 - Advanced Legal Writing (Beazley)

  • Ray & Cox, Beyond the Basics: A Text for Advanced Legal Writing (3d edition, 2012)
    ISBN: 031427166X
  • Williams & Bizup, Style: Lessons in Clarity & Grace (11th edition, 2013)
    ISBN: 0321898680

7009 - Advanced Legal Research: Electronic (Mattson)

  • There is no book for the class. Instead, readings will be assigned from articles, books, and websites throughout the semester.

7106 - Legal Negotiations and Settlements (Lee)

  • Menkel-Meadow, et al., Negotiation: Processes for Problem-Solving (Aspen)
    ISBN: 9780735544413
  • Mnookin, et al., Beyond Winning: Negotiating To Create Value In Deals and Disputes (Belknap Press, Harvard Univ. Press)
    ISBN: 9780674012318
  • Fisher, Ury & Patton, Getting To Yes (Penguin Books, 3rd Ed.)
    ISBN: 978-0-14-311875-6
  • Additional materials will be provided in class, via email or the TWEN course site, or pick-up in Room 326 at announced times. Also, please note: A second edition of the Menkel-Meadow textbook was published in 2014. However, I am assigning the first edition, so students may obtain relatively inexpensive used versions of the first edition. That said, you may use the second edition of the Menkel-Meadow textbook for this course; I will provide alternative chapter/page number assignments for those students who own the second edition. The Getting To Yes book is available for purchase in paperback or electronic form (Kindle edition); reading it in either electronic form or hard copy would be fine for this course.

7124 - Intl Dispute Resolution (Quigley)

  • Mary Ellen O'Connell, International Dispute Resolution (2d ed. 2012)
    ISBN: 978-1-59460-904-6

7127 - Dispute System Design Workshop (Rogers)

  • Rogers, Bordone, Sander & McEwen, Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes
    ISBN: 978-1-4548-0818-3

7200 - Business Associations (Verdun)

  • Smith and Williams, Business Organizations, Cases and Materials, 3rd ed. (2012)
    ISBN: 9781454802686
  • Statutes Rules and Forms: I am not assigning a statute book, but you will be required to have access to referenced statutory material during class.

7212 - Banking Law (Anstaett)

  • Broome and Markham, Bank Financial Service Activities:cases and materials, 4th edition, American Case Book Series, West Law School
    ISBN: 9780314266088

7213 - Drafting Business Contracts (Daley)

  • There is no textbook for this course.

7215 - Securities Regulation (Oesterle)

  • latest edition of Choi & Pritchard, Securities Regulation: Cases and Analysis
    ISBN: 978-1-59941-923-7
  • ISBN above is for third edition. If there is a new addition, please purchase it instead.

7221 - Corporate Finance (Rose)

  • Markham, Gabilondo & Hazen, Corporate Finance, 3rd ed.
    ISBN: 978-0-314-26510-4

7224 - Mergers & Acquisitions (Oesterle)

  • Oesterle, Law of Mergers and Acquisitions 4th ed.
    ISBN: 978-0-314-18488-7

7228 - Regulatory Compliance (Garrity-Rokous)

  • The Law of Governance, Risk Management and Compliance
    ISBN: 1454845449

7403 - White Collar Crime (Squires)

  • Israel, Jerold H., et.al., White Collar Crime: Law and Practice (3d.Ed. West 2009).

7409 - Criminal Procedure: Adjudication (Michaels)

  • Criminal Procedure, Prosecuting Crime 5th edition. Joshua Dressler and George C. Thomas III West
    ISBN: 978-0-314-27950-7
  • Criminal Procedure, Principles, Policies and Perspectives, 5th ed. West
    ISBN: 978-0-314-27948-4
  • You should purchase ONLY ONE of the first two books listed above. The first one listed is the cheaper, lighter, softback that covers only this course, Criminal Procedure: Adjudication. The second book (with identical page numbers for our purposes) covers this class AND Criminal Procedure: Investigation and is used by many of our Criminal Procedure instructors for that class. Thus, if you are taking both classes, the second book may be your choice. (Note: In both cases you need the Fifth Edition).

7509 - Spec Ed Advocacy (Colker)

  • Ruth Colker & Julie Waterstone, Special Education Advocacy, LexisNexis Publishing, 2011
    ISBN: 978-1-4224-7958-2
  • Students should purchase two volumes of materials from the copy center.

7600 - Children & the Law (Federle)

  • Federle, Children and the Law
    ISBN: 978-0-19-538799-5

7603 - Family Law (Federle)

  • Abrams, Cahn, Ross, & Meyer, Contemporary Family Law 3d ed. (2012)
    ISBN: 978-0-314-27687-2

7611 - Gender & the Law (Chamallas)

  • Bartlett, Rhode, Grossman, Gender and Law:Theory, Doctrine, Commentary, 6th ed., 2013
    ISBN: 978-1-4548-1765-9
  • Chamallas, Introduction to Feminist Legal Theory, 3d ed., 2012
    ISBN: 978-1-4548- 0221-1

7700 - Human Rights (Quigley)

  • Philip Alston & Ryan Goodman, International Human Rights (Oxford University Press 2013)
    ISBN: 978-0-19-957872-6

7800 - Copyright Law (Rub)

  • Copyright in A Global Information Economy by Cohen, Loren, Okediji, and O'rourke, 3rd Edition
    ISBN: 978-0735591967
  • Copyright in A Global Information Economy by Cohen, Loren, Okediji, and O'rourke, 3rd Edition
    ISBN: 978-1454830498
  • Copyright Global Information Economy 2013 Case and Statutory Supplement
    ISBN: 978-1454827856
  • Important notes: 1. The second book is the looseleaf version of the first book. Of course you only need EITHER the first or second book and not both. 2. Please have a statutory supplement. You can get the third item listed above, or an older version of the statutory supplement (for example, Copyright Global Information Economy 2012 Case & Statutory Supplement, ISBN: 978-1454811039), or ever another book altogether as long as it is a statutory supplement for copyright law. I'm looking forward to this course.

7806 - Privacy (Kaminski)

  • Information Privacy Law, Fifth Edition by Daniel J. Solove, Paul M. Schwartz
    ISBN: 9781454849537

7809 - Patent Law (Rogers)

  • The Law of Patents (3rd Edition, 2013) Craig Allen Nard (Walters Kluwer/Aspen Casebook Series)

7816 - Investment Management Law (Rose)

  • Frankel, Investment Management Regulation, 4th ed.
    ISBN: 978-1-888215-14-4

8000 - Trial Practice (Anderson/Herlihy)

  • 1. Problems and Materials in Evidence and Trial Advocacy, 5th Edition, by Burns, Lubet & Seckinger
    ISBN: 9781422491976
  • 2. Modern Trial Advocacy: Law School Edition, 3rd Edition, by Lubet
    ISBN: 9781601561411
  • 3. Jerry’s Wiring, Inc. v. Smith Construction Co., 2nd Edition, by Bocchino
    ISBN: 1556819633
  • Note that there is a second volume titled “Problems” but the students do not need to go with Book 1. Books 1 and 2 appear to only by sold by NITA at NITA.org Book 3 can be bought at NITA.org or through Amazon

8000 - Trial Practice (Sargus)

  • Modern Trial Advocacy by Lubet (newest edition)
  • NITA Problems in Trial Advocacy

8106 - Employee Benefits (Hébert)

  • Colleen Medill, Introduction to Employee Benefits Law: Policy and Practice (4th ed. 2014).
    ISBN: 978-0-314-286543
  • David A. Pratt, Pension and Employee Benefit Statutes and Regulations 2015 edition
    ISBN: 978-1-62810-033-4

8109 - Employment Discrimination Law (Chamallas)

  • Zimmer, Sullivan, & White, Cases and Materials on Employment Discrimination, 8th ed., 2013
    ISBN: 978-1-4548-1074-2

8189.01 - Criminal Defense Clinic (Krivoshey/TBA)

  • All of the materials for this course are available at the copy center. You should purchase two different volumes: the rule book and the book of readings.

8189.05 - Legislation Clinic (Enns/Rudesill)

  • The course text is a binder of materials available through the Registrar's office.

8189.07 - Mediation Clinic (Deason/Archerd)

  • Edward Brunet, Charles B. Craver, and Ellen E. Deason, Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Advocate’s Perspective – Cases and Materials (LexisNexis 4th edition 2011). (Hardbound)
    ISBN: 978-1-4224-9086-0
  • Edward Brunet, Charles B. Craver, and Ellen E. Deason, Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Advocate’s Perspective – Cases and Materials (LexisNexis 4th edition 2011). (Looseleaf)
    ISBN: 978-1-4224-9084-6
  • Either the hardbound version or the loose-leaf edition is fine. You do not need both! In addition, there will be some supplemental reading materials that I will hand out and post on TWEN. Some sources that will be helpful for your seminar paper will be on reserve in the library.

8200 - Evidence (Simmons)

  • Learning Evidence: From the Classroom to the Courtroom, by Deborah Jones Merritt and Ric Simmons (3rd Edition)
    ISBN: 9781628101003
  • Please be sure to obtain the third edition of the book, which just came out in December of 2014.

8200 - Evidence (Krivoshey)

  • Courtrrom Evidence Handbook 2013-14 student edition Goode and Weeborn
    ISBN: 978-0-314-28833-2
  • Questions and Answers:Evidence 2nd edtion David Leonard
    ISBN: 9781422473526

8203 - Civil Procedure 2 (Greenbaum)

  • Friedenthal, Miller, Sexton & Hershkoff, Civil Procedure Cases and Materials (11th ed. WEST 2013)
    ISBN: 978-0-314-28016-9
  • Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 2014-2015 Educational Edition (WEST)
    ISBN: 978-0-314-28730-4
  • The Federal Rules set is recommended, but any up-to-date set of the rules and the advisory committee notes is fine. Duplicated materials will be available on TWEN.

8206 - Conflict Of Laws (Caust-Ellenbogen)

  • Brilmayer, Goldsmith & O'Hara O'Connor, Conflict of Laws (6th ed. Aspen 2011)
    ISBN: 978-0-7355-5745-1
  • Check the TWEN for the course for any additional materials.

8209 - Federal Courts (Tokaji)

  • Low, Jeffries & Bradley, Federal Courts and the Law of Federal-State Relations (8th ed. 2014)
    ISBN: 9781609304232
  • Chemerinsky, Federal Jurisdiction (6th ed. 2011)
    ISBN: 9781454804024
  • Low, Jeffries & Bradley's casebook is required. Chemerinsky's treatise isn't required but is a useful resource. Additional materials will be posted on TWEN.

8210 - Constitutional Litigation (Walker)

  • John C. Jeffries Jr., Pamela S. Karlan, Peter W. Low & George A. Rutherglen, Civil Rights Actions: Enforcing the Constitution (3d ed. 2013)
    ISBN: 978-1-60930-275-7
  • NOTE: We will supplement the casebook with more current cases from the Supreme Court's docket.

8211 - Sentencing Law & Policy (Berman)

  • Demleitner, Berman et al., Sentencing Law and Policy (3d ed. 2013)
    ISBN: ISBN: 9780735507098

8212 - Pretrial Litigation (Ralph)

  • Thomas A. Mauet, Pretrial (8th Ed. 2012).
    ISBN: 9781454803034.
  • Kamela Bridges & Wayne Schiess, Writing for Litigation (2011).
    ISBN: 9781454802730.
  • I will assign readings from the Mauet and Bridges/Schiess texts (above). You may purchase these books if you wish, and copies will also be available on reserve in the Moritz library. We will follow the citation rules set out in The Bluebook and the style rules set out in The Redbook, so you may wish to have your own copies of these items, if you do not already; copies will also be available on reserve in the Moritz library: The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Columbia Law Review Ass’n et al. eds., 19th ed. 2010). ISBN 9780615361161. Bryan A. Garner, The Redbook: A Manual on Legal Style (2d ed. 2006). ISBN 9780314168917.

8312 - Election Law (Foley)

  • Foley, Pitts & Douglas, Election Law and Litigation: The Judicial Regulation of Politics (2014 Aspen)

8318 - Law and the Presidency (Shane)

  • Shane and Bruff, Separation of Powers Law (3d ed. 2011)
    ISBN: 978-1594607417
  • In addition to the published text, please pick up a copy of "Law and the Presidency" Supplemental Materials from the registrar's window.

8406 - Professional Responsibility (Coughlan/Caligiuri)

  • Copied materials will be available for purchase in the law registrar office.

8409 - Professional Responsibility (Greenbaum)

  • Lerman & Schrag, Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law (3d ed. 2012) [Aspen Publishers]
    ISBN: 978-1-4548-0301-0
  • Lerman, Schrag and Gupta, , Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law: Model Rules, State Variations, and Practice Questions (2015 - 2016 edition)
    ISBN: 9781454851912
  • (1) Duplicated materials will be available on TWEN. (2) While the second book, which contains the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, is the recommended compilation of the Model Rules, any up-to-date version of the Model Rules will do.

8600 - Real Estate Finance (Weiler)

  • Real Estate Transactions (5th ed.) by Korngold and Goldstein
    ISBN: 978-1-59941-209-2
  • Real Estate Transactions, Cases and Materials on land transfer, development and finance. Fifth Edition Gerald Korngold and Paul Goldstein Foundation Press
  • Book two listed above is the supplement to book one.

8700 - Federal Income Tax (Hoffer)

  • Donaldson and Tobin's Federal Income Tax: A Contemporary Approach
    ISBN: 978-0-31419-883-9
  • If you choose not to use an electronic version of this book, you may also want to purchase a basic federal income tax statutory supplement, such as the most recent edition of Bank and Stark's Selected Sections Federal Income Tax Code and Regulations.

8709 - Wills Trusts & Estates (Samansky)

  • Dukeminier, Wills, Trusts, and Estates, Wolters Kluwer, 9th ed, 2013
    ISBN: 9781454824572

8712 - Taxation of Business Enterprises (Samansky)

  • Schwarz & Lathrope, Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation, Foundation Press, 5th ed, 2012
    ISBN: 978-1-60930--065-4
  • Bank & Stark, Corporate and Partnership Income Tax Code and Regulations, 2012-13 ed, 2012
    ISBN: 978-1-60930-124-8
  • You need not purchase the Corporate and Partnership Code and Regulations if you have a recent Code and Regulations (such as the West Selected Federal Taxation Statutes and Regulations

8806 - Advanced Constitutional Law (Foley)

  • Wilkinson, Cosmic Constitutional Theory
  • Balkin, Living Originalism
  • Peters (ed), Precedent in the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Students may choose to read either paper or electronic copies of the assigned books, as they prefer, and may read library copies rather than purchasing their own copies. As long as students do the reading, the particular format does not matter.

8810 - Public Health Law (Berman)

  • There is no book for this course -- only a course packet. Course materials can be purchased through the Registrar's Office beginning Wednesday, January 7, 2015.

8818 - Sports Law (Kirstein)

  • Sports and the Law, Fourth Edition, Weiler, Roberts, Abrams and Ross, West Publishing 2011
    ISBN: 978-0-314-19986-7
  • It is not necessary for students to buy the Supplement -just purchase textbook.

8828 - Oil and Gas Law (TBA)

  • Martin and Kramer, The Law of Oil and Gas, 9th ed. (Foundation Press, 2011)

8896.06 - Sem: Ethics & ADR (Fairman)

  • There is no required book for this seminar.

8896.19 - Sem: Evidence in Trial Practice (Sargus Jr.)

  • No book.

8896.21 - Sem: Intnl Intellectual Property (Chow)

  • Chow and Lee, International Intellectual Property 2d ed
    ISBN: 978031420762-3

8896.24 - Sem: State Constitutional Law (Sutton)

  • State Constitutional Law: The Modern Experience
    ISBN: 978-0-314-26449-7

8896.29 - Sem: Computer Crime & Surveillance (Simmons)

  • Orin Kerr, Computer Crime Law (3rd Edition)
    ISBN: 978-0-314-28136-4
  • Orin Kerr, Computer Crime Law, 2015 supplement
    ISBN: 978-1634592680
  • NOTE: The 2015 supplement was not published until January 3rd, so currently it is back-ordered and it is very hard to get a copy. We will not be using it for the first couple of weeks of class.

8896.36 - Sem: Public Utilities (TBA)

  • No textbook required.

8896.45 - Sem: The Business of Law (Lee)

  • There is no assigned textbook for this course. Materials will be made available via TWEN, at the registrar office window, and via online course packet throughout the semester.

8964 - Lawyers as Leaders (Jenkins)

  • There are two required reading packets for the course. Reading Packet I is available for sale at https://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/cbmp/access/32556392 Reading Packet II is available for sale at the Moritz Registrar's Window