First Day Assignment Fall 2020
|Number||Description||Topic||Instructor Name||First Day Assignment|
|6000||Taxes and Justice||Glogower,Ariel|
|6050||US Legal Systems||Rudesill, Dakota||Welcome to our course on the US Legal System (course # 6050)!
I hope this note finds you and your loved ones healthy and resilient during these severely disrupted times.
Our class meets Tu/Wed/Th from 4:20 to 5:10. Our course will be entirely online throughout term. I will contact you in the coming days with zoom info, the full syllabus, etc.
There is a required text: Law in the United States (2d ed. 2016), by Charles Abernathy. I recommend ordering it online as soon as possible (there are some new copies and it looks like many used copies in good condition). I am checking to see if it is available as an e-book (but I doubt it). The Barnes & Noble campus bookstore will likely stock a few copies the week before term starts. But they may sell out, and again I strongly recommend ordering it online immediately to ensure you have the book before classes start.
The assignment for the first week is: pages 1-9 (Sources of US Law), 9-14 (How to Read a Case), 15-21 (Statutes and Common Law), and 127-37 (The American System of Legal Education).
I look forward very much to meeting you in a few weeks. Do not hesitate to reach out to me at email@example.com if I can be of help as you prepare for the term to start.
Dakota S. Rudesill
|6060||Anly Client Files||Geigel, Henrique||Please review the February 2011, Multistate Performance Test and Point Sheets, MPT-1: Butler v. Hill, and be prepared to participate in class.|
|6100||Cryptotransactions||Oesterle,Dale A.||Hello fellow lawyers. Please sign up for my class site on TWEN. The class schedule and other matters will be on this web site. We will rely on this site throughout the semester.|
|6101||LLM Anly Res & Wrt||Bong,Katrina June Lee||Welcome to LL.M. Legal Writing! The first-day assignment will be posted on the Carmen course site by August 19, 2020. It will take no more than 30 minutes to complete. Thank you! I am excited about our semester together!|
|6103||Law 1||Lee, Katrina||Welcome to Moritz, and welcome to LAW 1! I will post a first-day assignment on Carmen by August 19. I am excited about working with you! Thank you, Prof. Katrina Lee|
|6103||Law 1||Galanos,Christopher D||LWLR Chapters 1-3 and 5-6. Work through the exercises in
the reading, in particular the exercises beginning on pages 28
|6103||Law 1||Kelly,Katherine Claire Silver||Welcome to LAWI!
Log in to the Carmen course home page to see the first class assignment.Let me know if you are not able to get a copy of the class text- Legal Writing for Legal Readers- by Monday, August 24, so I can get you access to the material.
|6103||Law 1||MacGuidwin,Emma H||Welcome to LAW I! For our first class, please read chapters 1-6 of Legal Writing for Legal Readers. Work through the exercises in the reading, in particular the exercises beginning on pages 28 and 71.|
|6103||Law 1||Ralph,Anne Elizabeth||To view the first day assignment, please sign into the course Carmen page. The assignment for the first day is posted under Modules.|
|6103||Law 1||Sampson,Sara Ann||Please read Chapters 1-6 of Legal Writing for Legal Readers. As you read, work through the exercises. Be prepared to discuss the exercises beginning on pages 28 and 71.
Log into our course on Carmen (the university’s course management system). Our syllabus will be posted in the “files” section. Download and review it.
|6103||Law 1||Smith,Monte Glen||Read pages xix through 18 in Legal Writing for Legal Readers.|
|6103||Law 1||Smith,Monte Glen||Read pages xix through 18 in Legal Writing for Legal Readers.|
|6103||Law 1||Ziegler,Stephanie Anne||Welcome to LAW I! For the first day of class, please read Chapters 1-6 of Legal Writing for Legal Readers.
There will also be a video link and accompanying worksheet on the course Carmen page. Please watch the video and download or print the worksheet for our discussion on Day 1.
|6103||Law 1||Cooper,Matthew Stephen||Welcome to Legal Analysis and Writing 1! For the first class session, please read Chapters 1-6 of Legal Writing for Legal Readers. Be prepared to discuss the exercises that start on pp. 28 and 71.|
|6103||Law 1||Enns,Terri Lynn||Welcome to Moritz and to the Enns section of LAW I! I look forward to meeting each of you. For our first class, at 10:00 am on Thursday, Aug. 27, please to the following:
|6109||Torts||Carlarne,Cinnamon Pinon||Welcome to Moritz! I’m looking forward to meeting you and interacting with you during our time together in Torts this semester.
Our course website will be on Carmen Canvas. The course website is not yet available to you but it will be before our first day of class. For the first day of class, please read the syllabus that will be posted on Carmen Canvas and please read pp. 1-18 in Prosser, Wade, and Schwartz’s Torts: Cases and Materials (14th ed. 2020).
Please also take some time to familiarize yourself with the technology that we will be using this semester (including Carmen Canvas and Zoom).
|6109||Torts||Chamallas,Martha Elisabeth||For the first day of class, please read pp. 1-18 in the Franklin, Rabin, Green & Geistfeld casebook.|
|6109||Torts||Cole,Sarah Rudolph||Read pp. 1-13; 42-46 (development of liability; assault) in Prosser, Wade, and Schwartz’s Torts: Cases and Materials (14th ed. 2020|
|6109||Torts||Northern,Kathy Nadine||Welcome to Moritz!
Our course website will be on Carmen Canvas. The course website is not yet available to you but it will be before Orientation.
For the first day of class, please read the syllabus that will be posted on Carmen Canvas and pp. 22 – 44 in “Fault Lines: Tort Law as Cultural Practice”. Please also take some time to familiarize yourself with the technology that we will be using this semester (including Carmen Canvas and Zoom).
In addition, we will be breaking out into small groups during class. Instructions for this small group session will be posted in Carmen.
|6109||Torts||Zettler,Patricia J||Welcome to Moritz! I’m looking forward to our time together in Torts this semester and getting to know each of you.
Our course website will be on Carmen Canvas. The course website is not yet available to you but it will be before our first day of class. For the first day of class, please read the syllabus that will be posted on Carmen Canvas and pages 1-2 (“Prologue”) and 9-18 (“The Litigation Process”) in the Franklin, Rabin, Green & Geistfeld casebook. Please also take some time to familiarize yourself with the technology that we will be using this semester (including Carmen Canvas and Zoom).
|6115||Civil Procedure 1||Chow,Daniel Chee King||Please read the first 15 pages of the Yeazell casebook.|
|6115||Civil Procedure 1||Davies,Lincoln L||Please read the following for the first day of class:
* The Course Syllabus
* Pages 1-10 and 13-16 of the Marcus, Redish casebook
* Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 1, 2, and 3, plus the Table of Rules to the FRCP
|6115||Civil Procedure 1||Greenbaum,Arthur Franklin||Class 1: Introduction to Civil Procedure
Supplementary Materials Item 1
Classes 1-4: Traditional Bases of Territorial Jurisdiction
Supplementary Materials Items 2-5
The casebook is the Friedenthal, Miller, et al book listed on the book list.
The Supplementary Materials will be posted on the Westlaw TWEN site for the course. You will receive your password to register for the TWEN site at orientation.
|6118||Constitutional Law||Colker,Ruth||No first day assignment|
|6118||Constitutional Law||Strasser, Mark||Chemerinsky, Constitutional Law (6th ed.) Constitution xxxix-lv; Intro 1-2; Marbury, 2-8; notes 8-9; Martin, 10; Cohen, 10-11; McCardle, 34-36; Klein, 36-38; Justiciability Limits 39-41; Opinion of the Justices 41; Standing 44-45; Allen, 45-52.
Also please be sure to sign up on TWEN. The Zoom link will be under Weblinks.
|6118||Constitutional Law||Shane,Peter M.||For the first day, please read the U.S. Constitution and attempt to answer, from that document alone, the questions I have posted on our class TWEN site as “First Day Discussion Questions.” A copy of the Constitution appears at pages xxxix-lv of the Chemerinsky text. Please also read with some care the syllabus I have posted for us, also on the TWEN site.|
|6127||Criminal Law||Hill, Sean||Students will be informed of the assigned reading at least one week in advance of our first class.|
|6127||Criminal Law||Dressler,Joshua||Welcome to Moritz! I look forward to getting to know you.
|6127||Criminal Law||Simmons,Ric Lee||For the first day of classes, please sign up on the class TWEN site (make sure you sign up for the correct class–morning or afternoon–depending on when your class is held).
Read Dressler & Garvey, pp. 1-8
From the Robinson workbook, read the following fact patterns:
You only need to read the fact patterns (not the applicable law) for these cases. Then fill out the survey for each case at the end of the fact pattern, indicating what punishment (if any) you believe each of the defendant deserves
|6200||Counsel Start-Ups||Parasidis,Efthimios||Will be provided by Professor|
|6325||Professional Essen||Cooke,Elizabeth Ilgen||Read: Barnett, The Strategic Career, Introduction and Chapter One
Exercise: Draft a prioritized list of your values, using Barnett’s concepts to guide you. Don’t worry about capturing everything or being uncertain: This is a working draft that you will refine throughout the semester.
In class we will share values, discuss our commonalities and differences, and explore ways to refine your value lists.
|6425||Crimn Law Practice||Simmons,Ric Lee||Note that we do NOT have class during the first week of classes. Our first class will be Friday, September 4th.
The assignment for that first day are the first three article excerpts in the readings, by Mitchell Stephens, Fred C. Zacharias, and John B. Mitchell.
|6475||Contract Diligence||Starker,Todd Anthony||Hi, and welcome to Moritz and Contractual Due Diligence! Before the first class, please read Chapter 1 of the Working with Contracts book.|
|6550||Lawyers Eff Commun||Conway,Olwyn C|
|6625||Advertising Law||Johnson,Creola||Welcome to Advertising Law!
For our first class, each student must look in printed media sources (e.g., newspaper or magazine) for an advertisement that you suspect has misleading content or constitutes false advertising.
Once you’re chosen a suspicious ad, make a copy of it, and upload it along with a short title and your name via Carmen by Sunday Aug. 23rd. I want everyone to be able to view all “suspicious” ads.
Please bring a copy of the ad to our first class. After carefully examining your ad, please prepare answers to the following questions:
1.To whom is the ad targeted?
2.Does it make any explicit claims or representations? If yes, what?
3.Does it make any implied claims or representations? If yes, what?
4.What evidence, if any, is mentioned in the ad to back up any claims, expressed or implied?
5.What conclusions may be incorrectly drawn by a consumer who reads the ad, but is not a sophisticated consumer?
6.Do you have any concerns that this ad may violate advertising law? If so, explain.
Please upload your answers to the above-questions before class on Wednesday. Please read Chapter 1 of the text book but do NOT research any advertising laws to complete this assignment.
Thanks Prof. Johnson
|6825||Law&Political Econ||Parasidis,Efthimios||I emailed the class the syllabus, first week assignments, and readings. If you did not receive the email, please contact me via email.
For class 1, please read the article, Building a Law & Political Economy Framework, which is the first article of packet 1. Please be prepared to discuss the article.
|7000||Land Use Reg Law||Oast Jr.,Robert W||Will be furnished when I receive the new edition of the Mandelker text (due out June 2020)|
|7003||Appellate Advocacy||Settineri,Colleen Mary||I’m looking forward to our first class! In preparation for that discussion, please read Chapters 1, 2, and 3 from Daniel Selmi’s Principles of Appellate Advocacy and (2) How Many Mistakes Can a Single Notice of Appeal Contain? by Benjamin Shatz. (Copies have been sent via email.)|
|7106||Lgl Negotiation||Wheeler,Terrence Todd|| 1. Read pages 1 – 31 in Legal Negotiation
2. Read pages xi – 15 in Getting to Yes.
3. Identify three recent negotiations in which you were involved. These negotiations can be related to personal, professional or school issues.
|7114||Franchise Agrmnts||Limbert,George Brown||Thank you for enrolling in Franchise Agreements for the fall semester, I look forward to working with you.
Below, please find links to various news articles regarding franchise law, the franchisor-franchisee relationship and some of the issues that can arise in franchise law. These articles are meant to provide an introduction to the area of franchise law and why it is important in today’s business world. Please review the articles and come to class ready to discuss some of your takeaways as well as any previous experience you may have in the area of franchise law.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to myself (firstname.lastname@example.org) or my Teaching Assistant, Dan Sabol (email@example.com), if you have any issues accessing the articles or need anything before the start of classes.
|7124||Intl Disp Resol||Quigley Jr.,John Bernard||Read pages 1 to 13 in International Dispute Resolution|
|7126||Digital DSD||Froehlich,William Edward|
|7127||Design Dispute Sys||Geyer, Catherine||Setting the Stage
Chapters 1 and 2, pp. 3-46 (pay particular attention to the stories introduced, as we will refer to those throughout the semester).Review the Ohio Department of Health’s COVID-19 Commission on Dispute Resolution’s Advisory Opinions web page located at coronavirus.ohio.gov/was/portal/gov/COVID-19/resources/Guidance/Advisory-minutes/. Read 1 Advisory Opinion of your choosing for Essential Businesses and 1 Advisory Opinion of your choosing for Non-essential Businesses.
|7200||Business Assoc||Oesterle,Dale A.||Hello fellow lawyers. Please sign up for my class site on TWEN. The class schedule and other matters will be on this web site. We will rely on this site throughout the semester.|
|7210||Bus Bankruptcy||Hoffman,John E||For the first class on Thursday, August 27, please read the following: (1) Elizabeth Warren, Jay Lawrence Westbrook, Katherine Porter, John A.E. Pottow, The Law of Debtors and Creditors: Text, Cases, and Problems (Wolters Kluwer, 7th edition 2014), pp. 4–15 (beginning with the “A. The Structure of Debtor-Creditor Law,”) 345–355 (“Liquidating Businesses in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy”)(up to but not including Problem Set 15), 359–368 (“Reorganizing Businesses”) (up to “C. The Scope of the DIP’s Control”); and (2) Bankruptcy Code §§ 103, 109(a), (b) and (d), 301 and 303(a) (located in Bankruptcy and Article 9—2020 Statutory Supplement(Wolters Kluwer 2020).
For those students who have not taken the debtor-creditor class, I also would recommend that you skim pp. 5–21, 29–42 and 71–77 of Bankruptcy Basics, a publication of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, which is attached below.
For those students who have taken a bankruptcy course, reviewing Bankruptcy Basics will provide a good refresher.
|7214||Contracts 2||Garvin,Larry Todd||Welcome back! For our first class, please read pages 496 (note 3), 501-502 (notes 2 through 5), 506-508, and 524-529 of the casebook and pages 1-14 of the supplement posted on the class TWEN site. You should at least think through answers to problems (1) a & d, (2), and (5) in the casebook (pp. 525-527) and the problems in the supplement (pp. 13-14). We will spend most of the class period going through those problems and, with their aid, an introduction to contract drafting.
As the assignment above states in passing, there is a course TWEN page. You should join it promptly. That is where I will post class materials, and once the semester is underway it is what I’ll use for e-mails, office hours, some exam reviews, and so forth.
The syllabus will be available by class time. I will send out the Zoom information on Thursday, once I have had a chance to make sure the technology in the Union classroom does what it needs to (and that I know how to use it).
|7215||Securities||Rose,Gary Paul||Please read Chapter 1.|
|7222||Litigation Finance||Hagale, Chris||Jonathan T. Molot, A Market in Litigation Risk, 76 U. Chi. L. Rev. 367 (2009)|
|7228||Reg Compliance||Garrity-Rokous,Edward Gates||1. Review course syllabus and be prepared with any questions.
2. Review course materials sent to you by email and let me know if you need hardcopies printed out – which I’m happy to arrange.
3. Read the June 1, 2020 DOJ Guidance on the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs. The recent DOJ guidance can be found at: https://www.justice.gov/criminal-fraud/page/file/937501/download
4. Find your own example of a compliance failure and email these to me. One source of such “failures” are in the press releases of your local U.S. Attorney’s Office (for Columbus, this is: https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdoh/pr) – find a press release, or a news article, and email me the link at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Listen to the episode “Galileo’s Warning from Cautionary Tales”, on the podcast “Cautionary Tales” – which is available on Apple Podcasts: https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cautionary-tales/id1484511465?i=1000457519798__;!!KGKeukY!nKo-tmlUH0dSvYMQ_hvVwhrj0y59UgxlxuEtS1WttqtWEqccRqWS0smDFFmESn0dAtOM2as$
If you have difficulty accessing the podcast, please let me know.
|7230||Intl Bus Trans||Chow,Daniel Chee King||Please read pp. 1-12 and be prepared to discuss problems 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, and 1-4.|
|7309||Secured Transactio||Johnson,Creola||Read pp. xxiii to xxx AND pp. 1-25 and DO ALL the problems. Make sure to read all of the code sections cited in Chapter 1. Revised Article 1 has been adopted in Ohio.|
|7310||Trans Practice||Starker,Todd Anthony||Please read Working with Contracts, Chapters 1 & 2, before the first class.|
|7406||Crim Pro Investiga||Dressler,Joshua||1. Please register for our class on The West Educational Network (TWEN). It is a required part of the class. TWEN will be *actively* used in the class.
2. On TWEN, in our class, you will find a syllabus for the semester in the “Other Handouts” section.
3. On TWEN, as well, you will find a link to “Fourth Amendment Checklist”. You should print it out. It will be of use for the first seven weeks (or so) of class.
4. The reading assignment for class 1: Pages 1-4 of the assigned casebook. These pages consist of the United States Constitution, including the Bill of Rights. As this is a course in constitutional law (criminal procedure style!), it seems like a suitable start. There is no other reading for our first class.
5. Be well. “See” you at our first class, one way or another!
|7600||Children & the Law||Federle,Katherine Hunt||Please read pp. 3-34 in the casebook and be prepared to discuss.|
|7602||Fam Div Mediation||Kolman,Marya C|
|7803||Trademark||Wilson,Reid Martin||Please read pages 3-18 in the text and §§1, 2, 3, 32, 43, 45 in the Lanham Act|
|7815||Intro to IP||Choi,Bryan||The first day assignment will be made available on Carmen Canvas.|
|8000||Trial Practice||Sargus,Edmund Albert||I will email it to the students|
|8000||Trial Practice||Sargus,Jennifer L|
|8002||Depositions||Vascura,Chelsey Marie||No first day assignment|
|8100||Employment Law||Roser-Jones,Courtlyn Gladys||Welcome to Employment Law!
For our first class, please read pp.1-25 in Marion G. Crain, Pauline T. Kim, Michael Selmi, and Brishen Rogers’ Work Law: Cases and Materials (4th ed. 2020). If you are using the third edition of this text, read pp. 3-28.
Students may purchase either the third or the fourth edition of this text. Although I slightly prefer the fourth edition (July 2020), only a limited number of hard copies are available for purchase through the publisher’s website. Other retailers–including our Barnes & Noble campus bookstore–probably will not have copies of the fourth edition before term starts.
We will meet Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 2:30 to 3:40 PM in Mershon Auditorium (Rm 114A). If you’re taking this course remotely, please let me know via email before the first class.
The course website will be available on Carmen Canvas before the first day of class.
|8189.02||Civil Law Clinic||Cooke,Elizabeth Ilgen||Please just read through the syllabus available on Carmen before class.|
|8189.03||Crim Pro Clinic||Conway, Olwyn/Merritt,Deborah J||Please sign into Carmen for this course and prepare the material assigned there for the first day.|
|8189.04||Justice Child Clin||Jordan,Kimberly Payne|
|8189.05||Legislation Clinic||Enns,Terri Lynn/Huefner, Steven||Welcome to the Legislation Clinic! We look forward to seeing you on Monday, August 24, at 4:00. We will let you know by the Friday before whether we will all meet via Zoom, or whether we will be in room 250 of Drinko Hall for anyone who wants to join in person.
We have a course webpage on OSU Carmen, divided into four modules, which will go live by August 17. The first module is “Processes and Procedures,” and the reading assignment for the first day of class is the “Introduction: Logistics, Confidentiality, and Pedagogy” material found in that first module. Also, please read Chapter 2 of the Legislative Service Commission’s “Guidebook for Ohio Legislators.”
|8189.07||Mediation Clinic||Cole,Sarah Rudolph/Froehlich, William||Basic Mediation (please read before the first class session)
Goldberg, Sander, Rogers and Cole (GSRC) pp. 105-14 and do Ohio Supreme Court Mediation Module “An Introduction to the Fundamentals of Mediation.” See Instructions on Carmen.
|8189.09||EBL Clinic||Wilson,Paige L/Walton, Evan||Please check the course modules on Carmen for your first day assignment. Readings and instructions will be posted there the week before classes begin. (Note that all readings will be available electronically.)|
|8200||Evidence||Michaels,Alan Charles||Welcome! Before our first meeting:
|8211||Sentencing Law||Berman,Douglas Aaron||In preparation for our first week of classes you should:
|8218||Products Liability||Northern,Kathy Nadine||Please read pages 1 – 6. The Role of Negligence in The Formative Period. We will spend the first part of class going over structure for this semester and then have a brief overview or Product Liability doctrine and begin the review of first year negligence.|
|8303||Immigration Law||Bittner,Amy Elizabeth||This course does not have a first day assignment.|
|8306||Administrative Law||Shane,Peter M.||As you will see from the syllabus available from the TWEN website, our course will involve both live and asynchronous sessions. The first “class” will actually be asynchronous. The reading for it is Chapter 1 of the Mashaw-Merrill-Shane, et al. casebook, pp. 1-40. I will post the video for that class the week prior to the start of the semester. Our first synchronous meeting will then be the second day of class for the fall semester. For that class, please read pp. 41-47 and 67-86 of the text.|
|8409||Prof Resp: Ext||Ball,David T.||Read pages 1-16 of the Casebook|
|8609||Commercial Leasing||Walent,Bradley J||Read Introduction, Chapter 1 (Letter of Intent) and Chapter 2 (Premises).|
|8700||Fed Income Taxatn||Glogower,Ariel||The first day assignment will be distributed no later than 2 weeks in advance of our first class session|
|8706||State & Local Tax||Hubbard,Barton Austin||Chapter 1 of Hellerstein, State and Local Taxation, text book (pp. 1-24) and Chapter 2A (pp. 25-33).|
|8709||Wills Trusts Estat||Segelken,Edward M||Read pages 1-29 in the text.|
|8808||Hlth Care Agrmnts||Grauer,David Wayne||This course does not have a first day assignment.|
|8809||Health Law||Parasidis,Efthimios||On August 6th I emailed the class a copy of the syllabus and the readings for class 1. If you did not receive the information, please email me.
Readings for the first week are as follows:
August 25: Setting the Stage: Balancing Cost, Quality, Access, and Choice
|8813||E-Discovery Law||Hern,Robert Matthew|
|8818||Sports Law||McCarthy, Patrick||This course does not have a first day assignment.|
|8896.08||Sem: Law,Hist,Phil||Fink,Howard P|
|8896.11||Res Seminar In Law||Sentencing Law & Policy||Marbley,Algenon L.||This course does not have a first day assignment.|
|8896.11||Res Seminar In Law||Adv Constitutional||Spindelman,Marc S.||Hi everyone!
Welcome to Advanced Constitutional Law! I’m looking forward to seeing you all very soon!
Please sign up on the TWEN site for the course. You’ll find the first set of readings in a folder marked “Unit 1.” (It’s comprised of Brown v. Board of Education I, Brown v. Board of Education II, and Bolling v. Sharpe.) Please read the three decisions and make some notes on one or two things that strike you most about them.
You should also find an initial copy of the Syllabus for the course and the Zoom link for our meetings on TWEN. (The Zoom meeting information is in a separate document under the “Syllabus” tab – it’s very clearly marked so you should have no trouble finding it.)
Please be in touch directly if you have any questions.
See you soon!
|8896.47||Sem: War Crimes||Fernandez-Alvarez,Laura||Please read Week 1 assigned readings, as indicated on the course’s syllabus. Readings will be available on the course’s Carmen page.|
|8896.52||Sem: US Sup Ct Dec||Sutton,Jeffrey Stuart||Stevens, The Bill of Rights: A Century of Progress, 59 U. Chi. L. Rev. 13 (1992)
Scalia, A Matter of Interpretation, 3-14, 37-63
|8896.54||Sem: Critic Theory||Spindelman,Marc S.||Hi, everyone!
Welcome to Critical Theory / Critical Lawyering! I’m looking forward to seeing you all very soon!
Please sign up on the TWEN site for the course. You’ll find the first set of readings in a folder marked “Unit 1.” Please read and be prepared to discuss.
On TWEN, you will also find an initial copy of the Syllabus for the course and the Zoom link for our meetings. (The Zoom meeting information is in a separate document under the “Syllabus” tab. It’s very clearly marked so you should have no trouble finding it.)
Please be in touch directly if you have any questions.
See you soon!
|8896.69||Sem:Ethnic Conflict||Quigley Jr.,John Bernard||Choose a conflict (contemporary or not) from anywhere in the world between two groups that is commonly regarded as being ethnic in character. Come to class prepared to describe (briefly) that conflict and to say why you think the two groups are (or were) at odds.|
|8950||Prof Prac Skills||Intro Int’l Merger & Acq||Simpson, Scott|
|8950||Prof Prac Skills||Corporate Governance Law||Sandman,Dan David||There is a first day’s reading assignment to perform which will be distributed two weeks before class|
|8950||Prof Prac Skills||Mediation of Commercial Dispute||Sandman,Dan David/Ray, Frank||This course does not have a first day assignment.|
|8953||Prof Practice Caps||The China Connection||Miller,Robert Judd||Read the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act|