Schedule Updated as of 03/29/04. All changes are posted as they are received. Changes are highlighted in BLUE.


CALL# SEC# COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR
CR HR
DAYS
TIME
ROOM
EXAM DATE/TIME
00010 348-001 ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION YOUNG/KALETA
2
MW
0600P-0750P
332
JULY 12-6:00PM
00011 486-001 CIVIL RIGHTS SEMINAR BRANDT
2
TR
0600P-0750P
348
NO EXAM
00012 181-001 COMMUNICATIONS LAW BERRESFORD
3
TR
0615P-0855P
224
JULY 8 - 6:00PM
00013 191-001 COPYRIGHT LAW WRIGHT
3
MW
0600P-0840P
221
JULY 12 - 6:00PM
00014 206-001 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE GRAHAM
3
TR
0600P-0840P
412
JULY 8 - 6:00PM
00015 161-001 ELECTRONIC MASS MEDIA REGULATION (W) SOCKETT
2
TR
0400P-0550P
348
JULY 9 - 6:00PM
00016 497-001 EMERGING LW OF INTERNET PRIVACY SEM GREENBERG/STEGMAIER
2
TR
0800P-0950P
348
NO EXAM
00017 229-001 HUMAN RIGHTS LAW & POLICY CANCELLED FOWLER
00018 253-001 INT'L TRADE LAW & REGULATION RYAN
3
MW
0600P-0840P
348
JULY 12 - 6:00PM
00019 179-001 LEGAL CLINIC KLEIN
3
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NO EXAM
00020 099-001 LEGAL DRAFTING* TBA
2
W
0600P-0900P
356
NO EXAM
00021 099-002 LEGAL DRAFTING* TBA
2
R
0600P-0900P
356
NO EXAM
00022 272-001 LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW AMADOR/ALDEN
2
MW
0600P-0750P
412
JULY 12 - 6:00PM
00023 279-001 MEDIATION DUBESTER
3
TR
0600P-0840P
225
JULY 8 - 6:00PM
00024 286-001 PATENT & KNOW-HOW LICENSING (W) THOMPSON
2
TR
0600P-0750P
412
JULY 8 - 6:00PM
00025 298-001 PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY LYNK
2
MW
0615P-0805P
225
JULY 12 - 6:00PM
00026 320-001 SUPERVISED EXTERNSHIP HUBER
2
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NO EXAM
00027 321-001 SUPERVISED EXTERNSHIP HUBER
3
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NO EXAM
00028 327-001 TRADEMARK LAW LOVE
3
TR
0600P-0840P
332
JULY 8 - 6:00PM
00029 329-001 TRIAL ADVOCACY DAVIS
2
MW
0600P-0750P
122
NO EXAM
00030 334-001 VIRGINIA PRACTICE COSTELLO
3
TR
0600P-0840P
221
JULY 8 - 6:00PM
00031 333-001 VIRGINIA REMEDIES CUMMINGS
3
MW
0600P-0840P
224
JULY 12 - 6:00PM

REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER TERM FOR GMUSL STUDENTS: Registration for the 2004 Summer Term will begin March 30, 2004 and continue through the first week of classes. Students should consult the 4GMU guidelines for information regarding the phone registration system. Schedule adjustments can be made until 8:00pm on May 21, 2004 without incurring tuition liability. After that date, students are liable for all enrolled credit hours.

APPLICATION FOR SUMMER VISITING STATUS FOR NON-GMUSL STUDENTS: Non-GMUSL students who wish to take courses here during the summer term must apply for summer visiting status. Please contact the Office of Admissions to obtain an application and submission deadline information.

SUMMER TERM DATES: Summer classes begin Monday, May 17 and end on Tuesday, July 6, 2004 (observe a Monday schedule). The University will be closed on Monday, May 31 and Monday, July 5. Exams are scheduled for Thursday, July 8 - Monday, July 12, 2004.

TUITION: Tuition for the Summer 2004 semester has not yet been established. Summer term tuition is due on May 17. Tuition payment information will be included with your tuition bill. Bills will be generated only for students registering before May 3, 2004.

RESIDENCE UNITS AWARDED FOR SUMMER WORK: Residence Units are awarded for the summer term at a lesser rate than during a regular semester and students are reminded that a summer term cannot be substituted for a regular semester.

Please consult the Law Records Office for additional information.


Assignments

Course TitleNumberSectionInstructorMaterialNotes
Alternative Dispute Resolution001Young/KaletaCourse Syllabus
Civil Rights Seminar001BrandtSyllabus and Course Description
Communications Law001BerresfordCourse Syllabus
Copyright Law001WrightCourse Syllabus
Criminal Procedure001GrahamCourse Syllabus(draft syllabus)
Electronic Mass Media Regulation (W)001SockettCourse Description and Information
Electronic Mass Media Regulation (W)001SockettCourse Syllabus
Emerging Lw Of Internet Privacy Sem001Greenberg/StegmaierSyllabus
Int'l Trade Law & Regulation001RyanSyllabus
Legal DraftingALLSledge/BramnickNoticeOpen to GMUSL students only who have completed 4 semesters.
Legal DraftingALLSledge/BramnickSyllabus
Local Government Law001Amador/AldenInitial Assignment for First WeekPages 1-23 and 57-93 of Frug's Local Government Law, Third Edition.
Local Government Law001Amador/AldenSyllabus
Mediation001DubesterFirst Class AssignmentFor first class on Tues. May 18, 2004, read CH. 1 of assigned text Mediation Principles and Practice, by Kimberlee Kovach.
Patent & Know-How Licensing (W)001ThompsonSyllabus
Professional Responsibility001LynkSyllabus
Trademark Law001LoveSyllabus
Trial Advocacy001DavisCourse Schedule
Trial Advocacy001DavisClass Syllabus
Trial Advocacy001DavisInitial Case Study
Virginia Practice001CostelloInitial AssignmentFirst Assignment. Prepare Chapter One and about one-third of Chapter Two, as listed in the course summary from the Copy Center.
Virginia Remedies001CummingsInitial AssignmentRead the first 50 pages of the Case Book from the Copy Center.