2000 Summer


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Section ID   No.  Title                   Days       Course Times   Instructor
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LAW 099 W01 00035 Legal Drafting-Writing                                         
LAW 099 W02 00036 Legal Drafting-Writing                                         
LAW 099 W03 00037 Legal Drafting-Writing                                         
LAW 099 W04 00038 Legal Drafting-Writing                                         
LAW 099 W05 00039 Legal Drafting-Writing                                         
LAW 099 001 00026 Legal Drafting           W        0630PM 0930PM FERNANDEZ,     
LAW 099 003 00028 Legal Drafting           F        0630PM 0930PM GREGORY, R J   
LAW 099 002 00027 Legal Drafting           W        0630PM 0930PM GIFFEN, J M    
LAW 099 004 00029 Legal Drafting           M        0700PM 1000PM MCSWEENEY, K E 
LAW 099 005 00030 Legal Drafting           M        0700PM 1000PM DONOHUE, D J   
LAW 160 001 00034 Appellate Practice       TR       0800PM 0950PM                
LAW 179 002 00033 Legal Clinic                                                   
LAW 179 001 00014 Legal Clinic                                    KLEIN, S P     
LAW 191 001 00010 Copyrights               TR       0600PM 0840PM OMAN, R        
LAW 206 001 00011 Criminal Procedure       MW       0700PM 0940PM WROBLEWSKI, J J
LAW 231 001 00012 Government Contracts     MW       0800PM 0950PM WILLARD, M P   
LAW 235 001 00013 Immigration Law          TR       0600PM 0750PM GREER, A J     
LAW 238 W01 00046 Ind Study - Writing                                            
LAW 238 W02 00041 Ind Study - Writing                                            
LAW 238 001 00031 Ind Study - Tax Policy                          CHORVAT, T R   
LAW 238 002 00040 Independent Study                               PARISI, F      
LAW 238 003 00042 Independent Study                               COSTELLO, J L  
LAW 238 004 00047 Independent Study                               WOODRUFF, L    
LAW 298 001 00015 Professional Responsibil TR       0600PM 0750PM KRAUSS, M I    
LAW 298 002 00016 Professional Responsibil MW       0600PM 0750PM BELLOWS, R I   
LAW 320 001 00017 Supervised Externship                           HUBER, V M     
LAW 321 001 00018 Supervised Externship                           HUBER, V M     
LAW 327 001 00019 Trademark Law            MW       0600PM 0840PM LOVE, M        
LAW 329 001 00020 Trial Advocacy           TR       0600PM 0750PM DAVIS, M L     
LAW 330 001 00021 Trusts & Estates         TR       0600PM 0840PM WOODRUFF, L    
LAW 333 001 00032 Virginia Remedies        MW       0600PM 0840PM CUMMINGS, M    
LAW 334 001 00023 Virginia Practice        TR       0600PM 0840PM COSTELLO, J L  
LAW 414 W01 00043 White Collar Cr Sem-Wrt                                        
LAW 414 001 00024 White Collar Crime Sem   TR       0600PM 0750PM ROSENZWEIG,    
LAW 511 001 00025 Law Journal Management                                         

Initial Class Assignments & Course Book Information: Summer 2000


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BELLOWS, PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

Syllabus in Adobe Acrobat.


COSTELLO, VIRGINIA PRACTICE

First Assignment: VA Practice - Read 1st 15 pages and Statutory References.


COSTELLO, VIRGINIA REMEDIES

First Assignment: Read 1st 50 pages.


GREER/DONOVAN, IMMIGRATION LAW

READING ASSIGNMENT FOR IMMIGRATION LAW CLASS,  MAY 23

Admission Procedures

Statute: 101(a)(13)
  212(a)(7)(B)(i)(II)
  235(a)

Nonimmigrant Visas

Statute: 101(a)(15)
  214(b)
  217
  221(a) and (g)
  222(c) and (g)

Regulations: 8 C.F.R. §§ 214.2(e); 214.2(h)(4); 214.2(l)(1) and (3)

Text: pgs. 487-490
  pgs. 385-392 (prepare exercise on pages 391-2)
  pgs. 403-410 (Matter of Walsh and Pollard)

Please note that this reading assignment includes sections of the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Code of Federal Regulations, and readings from the case book.

The class syllabus will be available on TWEN by May 22, 2000.


KRAUSS, PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

See Professor Krauss's Web Site for syllabus and course information.

 


ROSENZWEIG, WHITE COLLAR CRIME SEMINAR

Assignment for May 23, 2000 class:

Please be familiar with materials assigned for the first two classes listed on the attached syllabus.

Syllabus in Adobe Acrobat. Also, all students should register for the course on TWEN.


WOODRUFF, TRUSTS & ESTATES

We will be approaching the study of Wills, Trusts, and Estates with an emphasis on Virginia law this summer. Our casebook is Jesse Dukeminier and Stanley M. Johanson, Wills, Trusts, and Estates (6th ed. Aspen 2000). Our statutory supplement is Vol. 9A of the Va. Code Ann. (Michie 1995 and Supp. 1999). We will also cover other sections of the Virginia Code as applicable.

Assignment for May 23 and 25, 2000:

Dukeminier pp. 24 - 157.
Va. Code Ann. §§
64.1-1 through 64.1-12;
64.1-17;
64.1-104.1 through 64.1-104.9;
64.1-188 through 64.1-196.