First Day Assignments

Spring 2018

Advanced Legal Research

Course number: 6798 | Section number: 17786 | Professor name: Marks

Course materials:

All of the materials are posted on Canvas. The Syllabus is as below.

Assignments:

The first day assignment for Law6798, Advanced Legal Research, is the following:

• Syllabus, assignment guidelines, database assignments
• Fundamentals of LR, pp. 7-10, 16-25
• Svengalis, pp. 22-23

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Antitrust

Course number: 6550 | Section number: 17745 | Professor name: Page

Course materials:

Sullivan, Hovenkamp, Shelanski & Leslie, Antitrust Law, Policy & Procedure

Assignments:

Sullivan, Hovenkamp, Shelanski & Leslie, Antitrust Law, Policy & Procedure, pp. 1-25.
Sherman Act, §§ 1 & 2; Clayton Act, §§ 2(a), 7; FTC Act, §§ 1 & 5 (all in Appendix B of the casebook)
Meyer v. Kalanick, 174 F. Supp. 3d 817 (S.D.N.Y. 2016), available on the Antitrust TWEN site “Course Materials” section

Business Enterprise Survery

Course number: 6068 | Section number: 21400 | Professor name: Sokol

Course materials:

Business Organizations Cases, Problems, and Case Studies 3rd ed.

Assignments:

I. Agency
Creation of the Agency Relationship, S&W pp. 1-7
Nears v. Holiday Hospitality Franchising, Inc.
Problem 1-1

Civil Clinic-Juvenile Law

Course number: 6940 | Section number: 17558 | Professor name: Rawls

Course materials:

Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure and Rules of Judicial Administration, 2018 edition (required)

Florida Juvenile Law and Practice 15th Edition (recommended)

 

Herman and Cary, A Practical Approach to Client Interviewing, Counseling, and Decision-Making (LexisNexis 2009) (required)  

Note: An alternative is Herman and Cary, Legal Counseling, Negotiating, and Mediating: A Practical Approach (LexisNexis 2d Edition 2009). This text is used in UFLaw’s Interviewing, Counseling, and Negotiation course, so you might be able to find it used. The interviewing and counseling portions are essentially the same as the other Herman and Cary book. Do not buy both Herman and Cary books. Just pick one.

 

Assignments:

The First Week Assignments are available on Canvas. The course has been published and students who are enrolled in the clinic should have access to the Juvenile Law Clinic course.  Please e-mail Professor Rawls at rawls@law.ufl.edu or her assistant, Coreen Yawn at yawn@law.ufl.edu if you have any problems or questions.

 

Class Actions

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 17546 | Professor name: Page

Course materials:

Klonoff, Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litigation (4th ed. 2017)

Assignments:

Klonoff, Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litigation (4th ed. 2017), pp. 1-14.
Fed. R. Civ. P. 23 (close reading

Constitution Law

Course number: 5501 | Section number: 17811 | Professor name: Wright

Course materials:

Chemerinsky, Constitutional Law, 5th edition, pp. xli-lvii

Assignments:

Please read the Constitution in Chemerinsky, Constitutional Law, 5th edition, pp. xli-lvii

 

 

Contracts

Course number: 5000 | Section number: 17818 | Professor name: Molk

Course materials:

Knapp, Crystal, & Prince, Problems in Contract Law:  Cases and Materials (8th ed. 2016)

Assignments:

Assignment 1 (Monday): Register for the course on TWEN and read the syllabus.  Also read pages 29-41 in the casebook.

Assignment 2 (Tuesday): Read pages 41-46 in the casebook.

Assignment 3 (Wednesday): Read pages 46-58 in the casebook.

Contracts

Course number: 5000 | Section number: 17817 | Professor name: Davis, J.

Course materials:

Contracts 8th ed. 2013

Assignments:

Pages 1-9

Copyright

Course number: 6572 | Section number: 17695 | Professor name: Bartow

Course materials:

  1. Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age by Peter S. Menell, Mark A. Lemley and Robert P. Merges (2018), Volume II. This book may be purchased online here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1945555106

Please see syllabus below for more information

Assignments:

Pages 492 through 536  of the Merges et al. textbook.

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Corporate Tax

Course number: 6610 | Section number: 21407 | Professor name: Hasen

Course materials:

Schwarz et al., Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation (6th ed. 2017) (available for purchase in the Law School bookstore), as well as the associated material in the Summer 2018 Supplement (“Supplement”) to the casebook (the casebook and the Supplement together, “Schwarz”).

Assignments:

Assignment 1: (Aug. 13):
Please read pages 1-23 of the casebook, which is Schwarz et al., Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation (6th ed. 2017) (available for purchase in the Law School bookstore), as well as the associated material in the Summer 2018 Supplement (“Supplement”) to the casebook (the casebook and the Supplement together, “Schwarz”). In addition, please read IRC §199A(a) – (f) and do the Problem at page 23 of Schwarz (as modified in the Supplement).

Assignment 2: (Aug. 15):
Schwarz, pp. 23-28, 39-42, 451-56, 460-64 (and associated material in the Supplement); §163(j); sample problems on the check-the-box (CTB) regulations.
Please note in addition that, unless otherwise noted, these (and all) assignments include all Code and Treasury regulations sections assigned in Schwarz for the relevant pages. Thus, the Code sections listed above are in addition to the Code and regulations sections assigned in Schwarz.
You are not expected to turn in answers to assigned problems; instead, you are expected to have completed them (to the best of your ability) for class.
It is possible that we will spend much of the first two classes on Assignment 1, so you may want to hold off on completing Assignment 2 until the semester has begun.
The Supplement and the check-the-box problems are available under the Files tab on the course’s Canvas webpage. Please send me an email (david.hasen@law.ufl.edu) if you have trouble gaining access to the Canvas website, or if you have questions.

Corporate Tax I

Course number: 7611 | Section number: 17594 | Professor name: Hasen

Course materials:

Schwarz et al., Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation (6th ed. 2017) (available for purchase in the Law School bookstore), as well as the associated material in the Summer 2018 Supplement (“Supplement”) to the casebook (the casebook and the Supplement together, “Schwarz”).

Assignments:

Assignment 1: (Aug. 13):
Please read pages 1-23 of the casebook, which is Schwarz et al., Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation (6th ed. 2017) (available for purchase in the Law School bookstore), as well as the associated material in the Summer 2018 Supplement (“Supplement”) to the casebook (the casebook and the Supplement together, “Schwarz”). In addition, please read IRC §199A(a) – (f) and do the Problem at page 23 of Schwarz (as modified in the Supplement).

Assignment 2: (Aug. 15):
Schwarz, pp. 23-28, 39-42, 451-56, 460-64 (and associated material in the Supplement); §163(j); sample problems on the check-the-box (CTB) regulations.
Please note in addition that, unless otherwise noted, these (and all) assignments include all Code and Treasury regulations sections assigned in Schwarz for the relevant pages. Thus, the Code sections listed above are in addition to the Code and regulations sections assigned in Schwarz.
You are not expected to turn in answers to assigned problems; instead, you are expected to have completed them (to the best of your ability) for class.
It is possible that we will spend much of the first two classes on Assignment 1, so you may want to hold off on completing Assignment 2 until the semester has begun.
The Supplement and the check-the-box problems are available under the Files tab on the course’s Canvas webpage. Please send me an email (david.hasen@law.ufl.edu) if you have trouble gaining access to the Canvas website, or if you have questions.

Corporations

Course number: 6063 | Section number: 17747 | Professor name: Rhee

Course materials:

Jeffrey Bauman, Russell Stevenson & Robert Rhee, Business Organizations Law and Policy, West, 9th ed., 2017.

Assignments:

Please read pages 1-26 in Jeffrey Bauman, Russell Stevenson & Robert Rhee, Business Organizations Law and Policy, West, 9th ed., 2017.

Counterterrorism Law

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 21423 | Professor name: Dambly

Course materials:

Please purchase Counterterrorism Law (3rd Ed.) by Dycus, Banks, Raven-Hansen, and Vladeck, and the 2018-2019 casebook supplement (the supplement should ship on August 1st).

Assignments:

First Day Assignments: Chapter 3, Casebook, “Waging War on Terrorists,” pgs. 63–100.
Highlights: Case Concerning Military and Paramilitary Activities, The Prize Cases, Bas v. Tingy, and the Authorization of the Use of Military Force of 2001.

Creditors Remedies & Bankruptcy

Course number: 6052 | Section number: 17744 | Professor name: Davis, J.

Course materials:

Creditors & Remedies 7th ed

Assignments:

Pages 53-75 Problem set 3

Criminal Law

Course number: 5100 | Section number: 17775 | Professor name: Jacobs

Course materials:

Please see the TWEN page

Assignments:

Read in Kaplan, Weisberg, Binder pg 1-19 and please bring your brain to class on Tuesday.

The material in this reading will not be covered in class but you must know it to understand what will be covered in class.

It will be clear to me, fairly quickly, if you have not read it by the time we start. Be responsible and prepare yourselves. Sign up for the TWEN course page.

Criminal Law

Course number: 5100 | Section number: 21405 | Professor name: Johnston

Course materials:

Please make sure you purchase the Casebook Plus Hardcover edition of this casebook, which includes a hardcover copy of the casebook along with a virtual “learning library” of resources.

Assignments:

For the first day of class, please read sections 1.A-D in Dressler & Garvey, Criminal Law Cases and Materials (7th ed. 2016). Also register for this course on TWEN and read the course policies document, which is posted there.

Criminal Law

Course number: 5100 | Section number: 17776 | Professor name: Quinn

Course materials:

Joshua Dressler and Stephen P. Garvey, Criminal Law Cases and Materials (7th Edition).

-Supplemental materials that will be posted to CANVAS or distributed in class.

 

Assignments:

For the first day of class, please read pages 1-19 in the Dressler/Garvey text.

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Criminal Procedure-Adversary System

Course number: 6112 | Section number: 17748 | Professor name: Johnston

Course materials:

Please sign up for this class on TWEN.

Assignments:

The first week’s assignment can be found there, on the “Syllabus and Course Outline” page. Please read the “overview” and “incorporation and federal courts’ supervisory power” materials for the first day of class.

Energy Law and Policy

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 17547 | Professor name: Stein

Course materials:

• No textbook required. Materials available on Westlaw, the Internet, or TWEN. You must register for TWEN and you must have the materials with you in print or easily accessible electronic form in class.

Assignments:

Assignment for 8/14

PART 1: INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION & COURSE OVERVIEW: INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS AND PUBLIC UTILITY LAW

• EISEN, ET AL., CHAPTER 1 OF ENERGY, ECONOMICS AND THE ENVIRONMENT, TWEN

• UTILITY DIVE, TEN TRENDS SHAPING THE UTILITY SECTOR, https://www.utilitydive.com/news/10-trends-shaping-the-power-sector-in-2018/515235/

• CHARLES RIVER BRIDGE, 36 U.S. 420 (1837)

• MUNN V. ILLINOIS, 94 U.S. 113 (1877)

• FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (PSC), MISSION http://www.psc.state.fl.us/AboutPSC/PSCMission

ASSIGNMENT: FIND THE FLORIDA CODE PROVISION DISCUSSING THE DUTIES OF THE FLORIDA PSC REGARDING ELECTRICITY

Environmental Law

Course number: 6471 | Section number: 21404 | Professor name: Angelo

Course materials:

Farber, and Carlson, Cases and Materials on Environmental Law (West, ninth edition 2014) ISBN 13 978-0-314-28398-6

Assignments:

A TWEN site has been established for this class. The Syllabus and other important information can be found on the TWEN site.

For Wednesday, August 15: read pages 1-18

For Thursday, August 16: read pages 19-24 & 28-38

For Friday, August 17: read pages 39-45 & 46-52

Evidence

Course number: 6330 | Section number: 17737 | Professor name: Malavet

Course materials:

The required class materials are: (1) Christopher B. Mueller and Laird C. Kirkpatrick, EVIDENCE UNDER THE RULES (8th. ed., Aspen Law & Business 2015; ISBN: 978-1-4548-4952-0); (2) Mueller & Kirkpatrick, 2018: Federal Rules of Evidence: With Advisory Committee Notes and Legislative History (Aspen Law & Business 2018; ISBN: TBD).

o DO NOT PURCHASE A USED SUPPLEMENT: The Rules Supplement is the 2018 edition, newly-issued in the summer of 2018. You are allowed to annotate the supplement with your own outline and no other supplement will be allowed in the examination room. You must purchase a printed version of the supplement if you wish to use it during the exam. Access to electronic versions will not be permitted during the examination.
o Open Rules. “Open-Rules” means that you may have with you during the examination your required 2018 Mueller & Kirkpatrick Federal Rules of Evidence supplement. No substitutions will be allowed. Your supplements may be annotated with handwritten notes, but shall not have any attachments other than tabs to mark the location of specific material (the tabs may have on them numbers and the short titles of the referenced material and nothing more). Only handwriting may cover the blank spaces and the original printing on the supplements. The use of stick-on labels or paper, white-out or any other method to eliminate any of the original printing is prohibited. Other than the addition of handwritten notes and tabs, the supplements shall be in their original condition, no material may be added nor may any material be removed in any way. The supplements must be in their original bound form at the start of and throughout the examination.

Assignments:

• The basic materials for the course such as assignment sheets and the course syllabus will be posted on my webpage: http://nersp.osg.ufl.edu/~malavet

• The assignments for the class sessions for our first week of the Fall 2018 will be posted below

• Future assignments will be posted in the Assignments and Notes Page of the course webpage. (This page has now been updated for the entire Fall of 2017, including references to the current edition of the casebook. I will update them for the Fall of 2018 as we progress through the material).


Week One: August 13-16, 2018
o Chapter: 1.0 Evidence Law and the System
o Monday, August 13, 2018
 Session 1
 Class rules, testing, grading and administrative matters.
 Review the Syllabus.
 1.1 Introduction: Why Evidence & The Trial, 1-20
 Pay special attention to What is the Record?, 13-20

o Wednesday, August 15, 2018
 Session 2
 1.2 How is Evidence Admitted, 20-31
 Problem 1-A: How did it happen? (p. 26)

o Thursday, August 16, 2018
 Session 3
 1.3 How Evidence is Excluded, 31-43
 Consequences of Evidential Error, 44-50
 Obtaining Review of Evidence Points, 50-51
 Problem 1-B: He didn’t object! (p. 50)

Family Law

Course number: 6710 | Section number: 21409 | Professor name: King

Course materials:

The required text is ABRAMS, CAHN, ROSS, AND MEYER, CONTEMPORARY FAMILY LAW (Thomson West, 4th ed. 2015). For some chapters, there will be supplemental readings, posted on the TWEN course page.

If, as the course proceeds, you find that you wish to consult a text other than our casebook to aid your understanding of family law, I recommend JOHN DEWITT GREGORY, PETER SWISHER, AND ROBIN FRETWELL WILSON, UNDERSTANDING FAMILY LAW (LexisNexis 4th ed. 2013).

Below I have listed the reading for the first week. Generally, you should read approximately 1/3 of the week’s reading for each class. As we move throughout the semester, I will provide more specific guidance on a daily basis. For the first class, please read pages 1-22 in the Text.

Assignments:

Week 1: August 20-22

I. Introduction: What is a Family? Why do Families Matter? What is the Relationship between Families and the Law?

A. The American Family – and Marriage – Today; The Functions of Family Law; Defining Family, Chap. 1, 1-22
B. The Status and Condition of Family Law Practice, 57-64
C. Families and the law: The Right of Privacy, 22-43
D. The Right to Same-Sex Intimate Relationships, 44-56

Federal Courts

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 21426 | Professor name: Rush

Course materials:

Welcome to Federal Courts. I’m looking forward to studying with you!

The textbook is Federal Courts and the Law of Federal State Relations, by Low, Jeffries, and Bradley (9th ed., published by Foundation Press). If you want to use the 8th edition, that is fine with me. I think it will be fairly easy for you to figure out the pages for the reading and you might have to print off cases that aren’t in the old edition. But I realize a used textbook might be cheaper.

Assignments:

For our first class on Tuesday, August 14, please read pp. 263-277 (Marbury) and pp. 487-492, 497-503 (Sheldon and Webster). For Wed., read pp. 492-497 (McCardle), and for Thurs., read pp. 504-515 (Hamdan, Boumediene, Felker, Cyr). The reading could very well take us into the following week so let’s see where we are by Thursday.

A copy of the syllabus will be posted by next week (week of July 23).

If you have any questions, please let me know. My email is rush@law.ufl.edu and my office number is 273-0948.

Enjoy the rest of your summer and see you soon!

SR

Federal Jurisdiction

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 21415 | Professor name: McAlister

Course materials:

Low, Jeffries and Bradley, Federal Courts and the Law of Federal-State Relations (9th ed. 2018)

Assignments:

For Monday, 8/13: The Erie Doctrine, pp. 1-8, 10-21, & 30-33

For Wednesday, 8/15: The Rules Enabling Act and the Substance/Procedure Problem, pp. 734-758 (Hanna v. Plummer)

First Amendment Law

Course number: 6511 | Section number: 21427 | Professor name: Collier

Course materials:

Casebook:  Stone, Seidman, Sunstein, Tushnet & Karlan, The First Amendment, Fifth Edition (2016)

Assignments:

Our first class will be introductory.

 

  Our casebook should be available for purchase.  If you want to read ahead, you can start with Chapter I (“The History and Philosophy of Free Expression”).  We will read all of that chapter.

 

Florida Administrative Law

Course number: 6521 | Section number: 17746 | Professor name: Sellers

Course materials:

Assignments:

Assignment for August 17, 2018

For the first part of our first day, I will give you a broad overview of Administrative Law in general, the topics we will cover regarding Florida’s Administrative Procedure Act (Chapter 120, Florida Statutes), and their significance in determining rights of persons regulated by Florida’s executive branch of state government – essentially, everyone.

For the second part of the class, we will look at the Florida Legislature’s role in establishing the state’s fundamental policy and how courts determine whether the Legislature has usurped that role by passing on that responsibility to executive branch agencies.

Please log onto our E-Learning Course Page, which is where all of the materials for the course will be posted throughout the semester.  I am also posting the materials on a TWEN page I have created for the course. You may use either of these pages to obtain the materials for class each week.

Please do review the Course Syllabus. I will spend a bit of time talking about some parts of it in the first part of our first class.

Reading Assignment:   Please read the following, which is posted in our Class Materials – Required Module on the E-Learning Course Page and in the Class Materials – Required folder on our TWEN page:

  1. Florida Constitution, Article II, section 3.
  2. Bush v. Schiavo, 885 So. 2d 231 (Fla. 2004)
  3. House Bill 35E (2003).

Also, please review and/or download the Powerpoint Slide presentation titled “Florida’s Nondelegation Doctrine,” which will be posted by Tuesday, August 14, 2018, in the Powerpoint Slides by Topic Module on our Course E-Learning Page and on our TWEN page, in the Powerpoint Slides by Topic folder.   We will use this powerpoint as the guide for our examination and discussion of the topic of Nondelegation in Florida.

I always encourage discussion in class, and value your participation. So, after completing the reading, please be thinking about nondelegation, how you know it when you see it, why it’s a concern (at least for Florida courts), how Florida’s nondelegation doctrine differs from the federal nondelegation doctrine, and whether you think that’s a good (or bad) thing, from a public policy perspective.

I am looking forward to meeting you and looking forward to a great semester of Florida Administrative Law.

 

Government Secrecy and Transparency

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 21413 | Professor name: Fenster

Course materials:

Please see the TWEN page

Assignments:

Thomas Blanton, “The World’s Right to Know,” available at: https://foreignpolicy.com/2009/11/11/the-worlds-right-to-know/

Ann Florini, “The End of Secrecy” (TWEN)

Fenster, “The Transparent State We Want but Can’t Have” (Introduction to Transparency Fix) (TWEN)

Fenster, “The Opacity of Transparency,” pp. 894-910 (TWEN)

Historic Preservation Law

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 17543 | Professor name: Mclendon

Course materials:

  • Printed course-materials can be purchased at www.bookit.com.bz under the “Law School” tab or by calling Book iT! at 352-371-9588, store located on 1250 W University Ave, Unit 2 (Holiday Inn on 13th & Univ.)

Assignments:

First day assignment for the course is below:

  • Sign up on TWEN for the course website. The syllabus is also posted on TWEN site.
  • Read the following from the course materials:
  1. Findings of the National Committee on Historic Preservation, from With Heritage So Rich (Nat’l Trust, 1966, rep. 1983).
  2. United States v. Diaz, 499 F.2d 113 (9th Cir. 1974).
  3. United States v. Smyer, 596 F.2d 939 (10th Cir. 1979).

 

  • Also, review the following 2 background articles:
  1. W. Brown Morton III, What Do We Preserve and Why?, in The American Mosaic: Preserving a Nation’s Heritage (Robert E. Stipe & Antoinette J. Lee, eds., US/ICOMOS, 1987).
  2. Robert E. Stipe, Historic Preservation: The Process and the Actors, in The American Mosaic: Preserving a Nation’s Heritage (Robert E. Stipe & Antoinette J. Lee, eds., US/ICOMOS, 1987).

ICAM International Commercial Arbitration Moot

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 21416 | Professor name: Johnsen

Course materials:

Read through the CISG, Text, Chapter 1: The Study of International Commercial Law

Assignments:

Class 1 – Gary Born Video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A31M9ImBaiA and Read through the CISG, Text, Chapter 1: The Study of International Commercial Law

Income Taxation

Course number: 6600 | Section number: 17789 | Professor name: Luke

Course materials:

The primary textbook for this class is Taxation of Individual Income, 12th ed., written by J. Martin Burke and Michael K. Friel. In addition, you will be required to study various provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury regulations. While the Code and Treasury regulations are available online, I strongly recommend purchasing Lathrope’s Selected Federal Taxation Statutes and Regulations 2018 by Daniel J. Lathrope. Supplementary materials, including problems and worksheets, may be distributed in class and/or through TWEN. At least two exams from prior years will be made available to students on TWEN, but please be aware that substantial legislative changes have occurred since those exams were written.

 

Plus see syllabus below.

Assignments:

Please see syllabus below.

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Income Taxation of Estates & Trusts

Course number: 6621 | Section number: 21408 | Professor name: Calfee

Course materials:

Course materials for the first day will be available in the Office of Graduate Programs, room 320, on the 3rd floor of Holland Hall. Thereafter, course material will be provided in class by the Professor.

Federal Internal Revenue Code Section & Regulations covering Sub Chapter J including related income tax provisions.

Assignments:

Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Problem #1 – Read Code, Regulations & Statutes listed under “Assignment.” Provide answers to problems.

International Law

Course number: 6260 | Section number: 21402 | Professor name: Hernandez-Truyol

Course materials:

International Law Carter, Weiner, Hollis 7th ED.

Assignments:

Read Pages 51-68

Introduction to Lawyering

Course number: 5755 | Section number: 17693 | Professor name: Steinberg

Course materials:

In this course, we will use both a textbook and materials posted on or linked through the course website. The textbook is Stefan H. Krieger and Richard K. Neumann, Jr., Essential Lawyering Skills: Interviewing, Counseling, Negotiation, and Persuasive Fact Analysis, (Wolters Kluwer 5thEdition 2015).  You can access the course website (Canvas) by going to https://ufl.instructure.com/. Once you log in using your GatorLink information, you will see the course, Introduction To Lawyeringlisted there.  You can access materials by using the “Modules” tab.

 

Assignments:

The assignment for the first day is to read (i) the syllabus (posted below and also available on Canvas), (ii) chapter 2 of the textbook (pp. 7-19), and (iii) “Overview of Lawyering” (available through Canvas, click on “Modules” and you will find this reading under “Week 1”).

 

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Introduction to Lawyering

Course number: 5755 | Section number: 17691 | Professor name: Cohen

Course materials:

In this course, we will use both a textbook and materials posted on or linked through the course website. The textbook is Stefan H. Krieger and Richard K. Neumann, Jr., Essential Lawyering Skills: Interviewing, Counseling, Negotiation, and Persuasive Fact Analysis, (Wolters Kluwer 5thEdition 2015).  You can access the course website (Canvas) by going to https://ufl.instructure.com/. Once you log in using your GatorLink information, you will see the course, Introduction To Lawyeringlisted there.  You can access materials by using the “Modules” tab.

 

Assignments:

The assignment for the first day is to read (i) the syllabus (posted below and also available on Canvas), (ii) chapter 2 of the textbook (pp. 7-19), and (iii) “Overview of Lawyering” (available through Canvas, click on “Modules” and you will find this reading under “Week 1”).

 

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Introduction to Lawyering

Course number: 5755 | Section number: 17773 | Professor name: Angelo

Course materials:

In this course, we will use both a textbook and materials posted on or linked through the course website. The textbook is Stefan H. Krieger and Richard K. Neumann, Jr., Essential Lawyering Skills: Interviewing, Counseling, Negotiation, and Persuasive Fact Analysis, (Wolters Kluwer 5thEdition 2015).  You can access the course website (Canvas) by going to https://ufl.instructure.com/. Once you log in using your GatorLink information, you will see the course, Introduction To Lawyeringlisted there.  You can access materials by using the “Modules” tab.

 

Assignments:

The assignment for the first day is to read (i) the syllabus (posted below and also available on Canvas), (ii) chapter 2 of the textbook (pp. 7-19), and (iii) “Overview of Lawyering” (available through Canvas, click on “Modules” and you will find this reading under “Week 1”).

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Introduction to Lawyering

Course number: 5755 | Section number: 17692 | Professor name: Johnsen

Course materials:

In this course, we will use both a textbook and materials posted on or linked through the course website. The textbook is Stefan H. Krieger and Richard K. Neumann, Jr., Essential Lawyering Skills: Interviewing, Counseling, Negotiation, and Persuasive Fact Analysis, (Wolters Kluwer 5thEdition 2015).  You can access the course website (Canvas) by going to https://ufl.instructure.com/. Once you log in using your GatorLink information, you will see the course, Introduction To Lawyeringlisted there.  You can access materials by using the “Modules” tab.

 

Assignments:

The assignment for the first day is to read (i) the syllabus (posted below and also available on Canvas), (ii) chapter 2 of the textbook (pp. 7-19), and (iii) “Overview of Lawyering” (available through Canvas, click on “Modules” and you will find this reading under “Week 1”).

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Introduction to Lawyering

Course number: 5755 | Section number: 17694 | Professor name: Nance

Course materials:

In this course, we will use both a textbook and materials posted on or linked through the course website. The textbook is Stefan H. Krieger and Richard K. Neumann, Jr., Essential Lawyering Skills: Interviewing, Counseling, Negotiation, and Persuasive Fact Analysis, (Wolters Kluwer 5thEdition 2015).  You can access the course website (Canvas) by going to https://ufl.instructure.com/. Once you log in using your GatorLink information, you will see the course, Introduction To Lawyeringlisted there.  You can access materials by using the “Modules” tab.

 

Assignments:

The assignment for the first day is to read (i) the syllabus (posted below and also available on Canvas), (ii) chapter 2 of the textbook (pp. 7-19), and (iii) “Overview of Lawyering” (available through Canvas, click on “Modules” and you will find this reading under “Week 1”).

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Introduction to Lawyering

Course number: 5755 | Section number: 17772 | Professor name: Cohen

Course materials:

In this course, we will use both a textbook and materials posted on or linked through the course website. The textbook is Stefan H. Krieger and Richard K. Neumann, Jr., Essential Lawyering Skills: Interviewing, Counseling, Negotiation, and Persuasive Fact Analysis, (Wolters Kluwer 5thEdition 2015).  You can access the course website (Canvas) by going to https://ufl.instructure.com/. Once you log in using your GatorLink information, you will see the course, Introduction To Lawyeringlisted there.  You can access materials by using the “Modules” tab.

 

Assignments:

The assignment for the first day is to read (i) the syllabus (posted below and also available on Canvas), (ii) chapter 2 of the textbook (pp. 7-19), and (iii) “Overview of Lawyering” (available through Canvas, click on “Modules” and you will find this reading under “Week 1”).

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Judicial Power & Restraint

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 22590 | Professor name: Roberts

Course materials:

Michael Allen, Michael Finch & Caprice Roberts, Federal Courts: Contexts, Cases, and Problems (2d edition 2015)
ISBN: 9781454822660
(On Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Federal-Courts-Context-Problems-Casebook/dp/145482266X/ref=mt_hardcover?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=;
On WoltersKluwer: https://www.wklegaledu.com/aspen-casebook-series/id-9781454822660/federal_courts_context_cases_and_problems_second_edition)

Plus complimentary e-supplements on the TWEN course

Assignments:

• “An Institutional Overview,” from SEPARATION OF POWERS LAW CASES & MATERIALS by SHANE & BRUFF, on TWEN

• U.S. CONSTITUTION art. I, II, & III:
https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articlei https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articleii https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articleiii

• The Articles of Confederation: http://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/artconf.asp

Legal Writing

Course number: 5792 | Section number: 17739 | Professor name: Pflaum

Course materials:

Legal Writing by Design, Rambo and Pflaum (2d ed) (Design)*

The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed.) (The Bluebook) *

•Core Grammar for Lawyers – online access. Purchase instructions: Go to http://coregrammar.com/getcgl in your browser.

Complete the form and be sure to select “FL” for your state and “University of Florida – F. G. Levin College of Law” for your school.

On the payment page, enter “UFLL2018” into the Access Code field. Your discounted price will appear immediately.

Enter your credit card information below, verify the purchase, and continue on to create your Core Grammar for Lawyers account.

You will be able to start using CGL immediately. Our course is listed as: Legal Writing section Q — Pflaum Class code: 318-72-1254.

*You will also use these texts in Appellate Advocacy during the spring 2019 term.

 

 

Assignments:

Office hours: M/Th 10:30 – 12:30; available other times by arrangement. My office hours will be expanded during the periods before assignments are due in order that all who want to will be able to meet with me. Contact me if you are unable to find a convenient time to meet with me; I generally respond to emails fairly promptly.

Course Website:

•TWEN (Westlaw) Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy course (2018-19) (Pflaum)* (Sign up for TWEN access through Westlaw before the first day of class by using your ufl.edu mail address only — the law school email system filters out AOL and other email accounts. No password required).

 

First class assignment

Mon. 8/13 Class 1: Introduction to Logic, Legal Writing & Thinking Like a Lawyer

Read: Introduction and Chapter 1 (Design text).

TWEN:

• Materials: Quick Calendar; Course Policies; Syllabus; – (read and sign acknowledgment and address form and turn in class 4).

Assign: Chapter 1, § 1.12 Exercise 3 for in-class discussion.

In class: Chapter 1, § 1.12 Exercise 3.

Assign: Core Grammar for Lawyers pre-test – complete by August 19th at 10 pm.

 

Legal Writing

Course number: 5792 | Section number: 17742 | Professor name: Mclendon

Course materials:

Linda Edwards, Legal Writing: Process, Analysis & Organization (6th ed., 2016).

The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed., 2016).

Core Grammar for Lawyers (software), by Carolina Academic Press.  (See the syllabus for information on accessing this & for the discount code.)

Additional Course Materials available on TWEN

Also suggested: Deborah Cupples & Margaret Temple Smith, Grammar, Punctuation & Style: A Quick Guide for Lawyers & Other Writers (2013).

 

Assignments:

FIRST CLASS: Tuesday, August 13, 2018

Sign up for course website on TWEN

Read: Course syllabus & calendar (available on TWEN); Edwards text, introduction & chapter 1; 1st Day Assignment on TWEN (read over DWI Issue)

 

Discuss: Welcome to Legal Writing; Overview of course; DWI Issue from TWEN (Facts, Statute & Case)

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Legal Writing

Course number: 5792 | Section number: 17736 | Professor name: Wihnyk

Course materials:

A Lawyer Writes 3d ed. by Coughlin, Rocklin, Patrick

The Bluebook 20th ed.

Core Grammar for Lawyers (Carolina Academic Press). To obtain access, visit coregrammarforlawyers.com.

 

Students in this class must sign up for Prof. Wihnyk’s TWEN version of this

course, ALegal Writing (Fall 2018) and Appellate Advocacy (Spring 2019) ‘Y

You will find the link to the TWEN course at

http://www.lawschool.westlaw.com (You must obtain your Westlaw password during orientation)

When you get to the site, click on the TWEN tab and follow the

instructions for adding the TWEN course. For assistance call 1(800) – westlaw

 

Assignments:

READ:

TWEN

Syllabus: Course Description, Grading Policies, My Expectations, Class Meetings and Assignments

Writing Assignment #1 Materials

TEXT

Introduction,

Chapters 1 & 2

Also, generally familiarize yourself with the other materials available on the course TWEN page.

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Legal Writing

Course number: 5792 | Section number: 17740 | Professor name: Adkins

Course materials:

A Lawyer Writes, 3rd edition.

 

“When paying for Core Grammar For Lawyers, please use the discount code UFFL2018 to pay $30 rather than $38.”

 

Assignments:

Read: Introduction and Chapter 1  of A Lawyer Writes, 3rd edition.

 

Legal Writing

Course number: 5792 | Section number: 17733 | Professor name: Ruff

Course materials:

  • Coughlin, Rocklin, & Patrick, A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis (Carolina Academic Press 2018, 3d ed.) (Text).
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Columbia Law Review Ass’n et al. eds., 20th ed.)
  • McKinney & Pryal, Core Grammar for Lawyers (Carolina Academic Press, current edition)
  • *Course Supplemental Materials posted on the course website at TWEN (TWEN)**Instructions for accessing the TWEN course website and purchasing Core Grammar for Lawyers online at a discount will be sent to you shortly.

Assignments:

READ:

  • TEXT: Introduction and Chapter 1.
  • TWEN: “Course Policies, Expectation, & Syllabus” on the TWEN document page by this same name.HAND IN:
  • Completed “Student Information Sheet/Acknowledgment of Course Policies Form” on the TWEN document page by this same name.
  • Your résumé.

Legal Writing

Course number: 5792 | Section number: 17732 | Professor name: Jackson

Course materials:

ALWD Guide to Legal Citation (6th ed.) – required

Core Grammar for Lawyers (online access) – required; discount code will be provided in class on Aug. 13 to obtain access

Coughlin et al., A Lawyer Writes (3d ed.) – recommended

Dworsky, The Little Book on Legal Writing (2d ed.) – recommended

Assignments:

The tentative syllabus and other course materials are posted on TWEN. For our first class on Aug. 13, download and read Lucy v. Zehmer and be prepared to discuss the rules it establishes regarding (1) intoxication and (2) lack of serious intent as defenses to the enforcement of a contract. If you run into problems accessing the site or downloading Lucy v. Zehmer, please email me at jjackson@law.ufl.edu

Legal Writing & Research for LLM in Comparative Law

Course number: 7805 | Section number: 17608 | Professor name: Wihnyk

Course materials:

Students in this class must sign up for Prof. Wihnyk’s TWEN version of this  course, “Legal Writing and Research for LL.M in Comparative Law (Fall 2018) You will find the link to the TWEN course at http://www.lawschool.westlaw.com (You must obtain your Westlaw password during orientation) When you get to the site, click on the TWEN tab and follow the instructions for adding the TWEN course. For assistance call 1(800) – westlaw

Required Texts

Materials (will be provided by Prof. Wihnyk)

The Bluebook 20th ed. (Bluebook)

Assignments:

READ:

TWEN – Syllabus: Course Description, Grading Policies, My Expectations,

Class Meetings – Topics and Assignments

Materials – Pages 1 – 4

 

LLM Comparative Introduction I

Course number: 7932 | Section number: 17517 | Professor name: Malavet

Course materials:

• William Burnham, Introduction to the Law and Legal System of the United States (6th Ed. 2016).

• Handout No. 1: Introduction to the Comparative Method, a pdf with edited texts that I have selected. (Available in my website http://nersp.osg.ufl.edu/~malavet/LLM/llmintromain.htm; if my website goes down (the server may be phased out soon) I will post it in the course eLearning page).

Assignments:

LAW 7932: LLM in Comparative Law Introduction to the Law and Legal System of the United States Part I (2 credits). An introduction to the comparative method and to legal education, professionalism and the law and legal system of the United States specifically designed for students and legal professionals trained in a system other than that of the United States.

For our first class on Thursday, August 16, 2018,

• Please download handout number 1, Introduction to the Comparative Method, and
• Read Chapter 1, pages 1-30.
• Review the Syllabus, which includes the course description, rules and testing methodology after I updated that page the week before school starts.

PROFESSOR MALAVET

Medical Marijuana Law and Policy

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 21418 | Professor name: Tedrow

Course materials:

Required Course Materials: Materials will be provided or you will be responsible for downloading them from Westlaw or Lexis prior to class. No textbook is required.

Assignments:

Please see syllabus below

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Natural Resources Law

Course number: 6472 | Section number: 17750 | Professor name: Klein

Course materials:

Please purchase Klein et al., Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of Problems and Cases (Aspen 4th ed. 2018).

Assignments:

Please register for the class TWEN site and review the course policies posted under the “syllabus” link. For the first week of classes, please read pp. 1-33 in the casebook. For Thursday, be prepared to discuss the problem on p. 33 (questions 1-4).

Patent Law

Course number: 6573 | Section number: 17706 | Professor name: Vermut

Course materials:

Adelman, Rader and Thomas, Cases and Materials on Patent Law (4th Ed. 2015) 

Recommended Text:

 

Students should have a statutory supplement, either in print or available on-line.  I recommend the following:

 Schechter’s Selected Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition Statutes, Regulations, and Treaties, 2018 Edition, West Academic Publishing.

 

Assignments:

Week 1 – August 15

INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

 

Read pages 1-65.  We will discuss the reading and the following cases:

 

Bonito Boats, Inc. v. Thunder Craft Boats, Inc., In re Bergy and E.I. DuPont deNemours & Co. v. Christopher

 

Professional Responsibility

Course number: 6750 | Section number: 17785 | Professor name: Reid

Course materials:

Welcome to our course! For our first class, please do the following:
(1) Access our Canvas website and read our Course Policies
(2) Read the textbook: pages 19-39
(3) Read the rulebook: “Model Rules Preamble and Scope”
(4) Review (you do not have to take notes) the 2017-2019 Law Student Professionalism Handbook: http://www.floridabar.org/prof/presources/presources001/
(5) Watch the movie: MY COUSIN VINNY if you have not seen it recently

Thank you! I’m looking forward to meeting you!

Teresa (“Tracy”) J. Reid

Assignments:

Welcome to our course! For our first class, please do the following:
(1) Access our Canvas website and read our Course Policies
(2) Read the textbook: pages 19-39
(3) Read the rulebook: “Model Rules Preamble and Scope”
(4) Review (you do not have to take notes) the 2017-2019 Law Student Professionalism Handbook: http://www.floridabar.org/prof/presources/presources001/
(5) Watch the movie: MY COUSIN VINNY if you have not seen it recently

Thank you! I’m looking forward to meeting you!

Teresa (“Tracy”) J. Reid

Property

Course number: 5400 | Section number: 21406 | Professor name: Wolf

Course materials:

There are two assigned texts, and I will make both of them available to those in the class for free in pdf form: (1) Michael Allan Wolf, Property Cases, Questions, and Doctrine (2018); (2) Powell on Real Property Michael Allan Wolf Desk Edition (excerpts).

 

Assignments:

Our first class is on Wednesday, August 15, at 10:30 am in Room 285B. Your first assignment is the following case:  Knopf v. Gray, available at http://www.txcourts.gov/media/1441142/170262.pdf . Please read, brief, and be prepared to discuss this case, paying particular attention to the authorities upon which the Supreme Court of Texas relies in making its decision. Please make sure that you look up all unfamiliar terms (there are several of them) in a legal dictionary (both Lexis and Westlaw have good legal dictionaries, much better than just searching the web).

 

 

Remedies

Course number: 6305 | Section number: 22589 | Professor name: Roberts

Course materials:

RENDLEMAN & ROBERTS, REMEDIES CASES & MATERIALS (9th ed. 2018)

Assignments:

RENDLEMAN & ROBERTS, REMEDIES CASES & MATERIALS, pp. 1–31.

Social Justice Lawyering

Course number: 6816 | Section number: 17790 | Professor name: Flocks

Course materials:

PLEASE SIGN UP ON THE COURSE TWEN SITE

Required: The main text will be Martha R. Mahoney, John O. Calmore, and Stephanie M. Wildman (MCW), “Cases and Materials on Social Justice: Professionals, Communities, and Law,” Second Edition (2013). ISBN: 9780314926982. Available at the Law School bookstore.

Supplementary articles and cases are posted on TWEN as noted on the syllabus. TWEN readings are italicized in the syllabus.

Assignments:

Week 1: Introduction to Social Justice Lawyering

8/13: Readings: “Theoretical Foundations for Social Justice Education” (Lee Anne Bell); “The Complexity of Identity – ‘Who Am I?’” (Beverly Daniel Tatum) – Available on TWEN.

8/14: Readings: “A Call to Context: The Professional Challenges of Cause Lawyering at the Intersection of Race, Space, and Poverty” (John Calmore) pp. 1932-1940; “Resistance Redux” (Victor Li) – Available on TWEN.
In Class: DVD Start “William Kunstler – Disturbing the Universe.”

8/15: In Class: DVD Finish and discuss “William Kunstler – Disturbing the Universe.”

Statutory Interpretation

Course number: 6524 | Section number: 21428 | Professor name: Fenster

Course materials:

I’ve created a TWEN page for the course (note that it’s the Fall Semester page, not the Spring Semester page) and posted a preliminary syllabus that’s available from the link on the left frame.

Assignments:

The readings for the first week are:

Tuesday, Aug. 14: Bond v. U.S., 134 S.Ct. 2077 (2014): only majority and Scalia dissent. A copy is available from the Course Materials page on the TWEN site.

Wednesday, Aug. 15:

• Casebook (Hricik & Jellum, Modern Statutory Interpretation (2nd ed.), pp. 3-12, and
• Read one or both of the following:

o The Senate’s account of the legislative process (http://www.senate.gov/legislative/common/briefing/Senate_legislative_process.htm);
o the House’s account (an edited version of which is available in the Course Materials page of the TWEN site.

Tax Policy

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 21419 | Professor name: Herzfeld

Course materials:

Assignments:

1. Christopher Hanna, Tax Policy in a Nutshell, Chapters 1 and 2 (available on canvas)

2. Allison Christians, Introduction to Tax Policy Theory (2018), available at https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3186791

3. Testimony of Mark Mazur
Testimony of Pamela Olson
Testimony of Jonathan Talisman
Testimony of Eric Solomon
Before the Senate Committee on Finance (July 18, 2017)
All available at: https://www.finance.senate.gov/hearings/comprehensive-tax-reform-prospects-and-challenges

4. Video: 100th Anniversary of the Income Tax, at: http://www.taxhistory.org

5. W. Elliot Brownlee, Taxation for a Strong and Virtuous Republic, 45 Tax Notes 1613 (Dec. 25, 1989) (optional)

Taxation of Gratuitous Transfers

Course number: 7623 | Section number: 17589 | Professor name: Calfee

Course materials:

Federal Estate and Gift Taxation, 9th Student Edition, Stephens, Maxfield, Lind, & Calfee (Thomson Reuters/WG&L)

Federal Estate and Gift Taxation, 9th Edition Study Problems, Stephens, Lind & Calfee (Thomson Reuters/WG&L)

Federal Estate and Gift Taxes: Code and Regulations, as of 2018 (CCH)

Assignments:

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

The assignment for the first class is listed under Problem #1 in the Study Problems Book.

Taxation of Gratuitous Transfers

Course number: 6620 | Section number: 17784 | Professor name: McCouch

Course materials:

The casebook for the course is Bittker, Clark & McCouch, Federal Estate and Gift
Taxation (West, 11th ed. 2015). Students should also have a current edition of the relevant
provisions of the Code and Regulations. Optional supplementary reading is McNulty &
McCouch, Federal Estate and Gift Taxation (West, 8th ed. 2015).

Assignments:

A syllabus and supplementary materials will be posted on the TWEN page for the course.
The assigned reading for the first week of class is Chapter 1 of the casebook, especially pages 17-27.

Torts

Course number: 5700 | Section number: 17779 | Professor name: Noah

Course materials:

Franklin et al., Tort Law and Alternatives (Foundation Press 10th ed. 2016)

Assignments:

Assignments [access the syllabus and “Supp.” for this course on our TWEN site]:

• Aug. 14 (Tue.): pp.1-27 (skim pp.9-19), 31-33
• Aug. 15 (Wed.): pp.35-52, Supp. p.1
• Aug. 16 (Thu.): pp.53-71

Torts

Course number: 5700 | Section number: 17777 | Professor name: Stein

Course materials:

FARNSWORTH & GRADY, TORTS: CASES AND QUESTIONS, Second ed. (Aspen 2009)

You must register for this course on TWEN and read the full syllabus before class.

Assignments:

1.
8/13

Introduction to Torts; Battery: Intent

Introduction (pp. xxxv-xlviii) pp. 1-9 (through note 7)

 

2
8/14

Battery: Minimum Requirements and Consent
pp. 9-15

 

3
8/15

Battery: Offensive Contact, Consent
pp. 16-24 (through note 6)

Torts

Course number: 5700 | Section number: 17778 | Professor name: Bartow

Course materials:

Dobbs, Hayden, Bublick, Torts and Compensation: Personal Accountability and Social Responsibility for Injury (8th Ed. West Publishing) ISBN # 978-1-63460-818-2

Assignments:

Pages 3-10 and 17-31 of the Dobbs et al. textbook.

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Trusts & Estates

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 17522 | Professor name: Tritt

Course materials:

The required text is Dukeminier, Lindgren & Sitkoff, WILLS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATES)(Aspen Publishers). You may also wish to purchase Thomas P. Gallanis, UNIFORM TRUST AND ESTATE STATUTES (2016-2017 ed.)(Foundation Press). Some students, however, prefer to download the statutes and corresponding commentary instead of purchasing the Uniform Statutes. It’s up to you.

Please register for our TWEN site. Please download and read course Syllabus from TWEN.

Assignments:

Be prepared to discuss the following:

Terms.
1. Testamentary Transfers- pertaining to a Will or Testament. Will is used largely for Testament, but adjective “testamentary” is still used, for example a trust created under a Will is a testamentary trust. A Testamentary transfer is one by Will, as opposed to . . .
2. Inter Vivos Transfers – “between the living” (i.e., inter vivos trusts, or living trusts)
3. Succession
4. Testamentary Freedom or Freedom of Disposition
5. Intestacy/Intestate – without a Will
6. Testate/Will
7. Trust
8. Bequeath, bequest (legatees) – a gift of personal property in a Will
9. Devise (devisees) – a gift of land.
10. Residuary Estate
11. Gift
12. Decedent
13. Testator/Testatrix
14. Personal Representative (Executor/Executrix; Administrator/Administratix)
15. Trustee
16. Probate Property
17. Non-Probate Property
18. “Going through Probate”
19. “Proving a Will”
20. Joint Tenancy
21. Life Insurance
22. Payable on Death (P.O.D.) Contracts

INTRODUCTION TO DONATIVE FREEDOM.

Read Syllabus

Casebook: Pages 1-40

In addition, please also read Shriners Hospitals v. Zrillic, 563 So.2d 64 (Fla. 1990)

Water Law

Course number: 6492 | Section number: 22301 | Professor name: Klein

Course materials:

Please purchase Adler, Craig & Hall, Modern Water Law (Foundation 2d ed 2018).

Assignments:

Please register for the class TWEN site and review the course policies posted under the “syllabus” link. For the first week of classes, please read pp. 1-36 in the casebook.

White Collar Crime

Course number: 6116 | Section number: 21401 | Professor name: Jacobs

Course materials:

Assignments:

Read Chapter 1 Overview of White Collar Crime in Strader and Jordan. Each student should come to class with an example of a white collar crime case that was in the news sometime during the past six months.