Schedule Updated as of 04/01/2005


CRN
SEC# COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR
CR HR
DAYS
TIME
ROOM
DATE/TIME
51190
611-001 ADV CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SEMINAR CONSOVOY/MCCARTHY
2
TR
0600P-0750P
348
NO EXAM
51191
181-001 COMMUNICATIONS LAW BERRESFORD
3
MW
0615P-0855P
329
JULY 18 - 6:00PM
51236
377-001 CONST LW: FEDERALIST UNDERSTANDING BAKER/SCALIA
1
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332
NO EXAM
51192
191-001 COPYRIGHT LAW WRIGHT
3
MW
0600P-0840P
221
JULY 18 - 6:00PM
51193
206-001 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE MCGOVERN
3
MW
0600P-0840P
332
JULY 18 - 6:00PM
51194
161-001 ELECTRONIC MASS MEDIA REGULATION (W) SOCKETT
2
TR
0400P-0550P
348
NO EXAM
51195
497-001 EMERGING LW OF INTERNET PRIVACY SEM GREENBERG/STEGMAIER
2
TR
0800P-0950P
348
NO EXAM
51196
253-001 INT'L TRADE LAW & REGULATION RYAN/BECHKY
3
TR
0600P-0840P
332
JULY 15 - 6:00PM
51197
179-001 LEGAL CLINIC KLEIN
3
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NO EXAM
51198
309-001 LEGAL CLINIC (MILITARY)* ZENGERLE
2
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NO EXAM
51206
099-001 LEGAL DRAFTING TBA
2
T
0600P-900P
356
NO EXAM
51207
099-002 LEGAL DRAFTING TBA
2
T
0600P-0900P
412
NO EXAM
51208
099-003 LEGAL DRAFTING TBA
2
W
0300P-0600P
412
NO EXAM
51209
099-004 LEGAL DRAFTING TBA
2
W
0600P-0900P
412
NO EXAM
51210
099-005 LEGAL DRAFTING TBA
2
R
0600P-0900P
356
NO EXAM
51211
099-006 LEGAL DRAFTING TBA
2
R
0600P-0900P
412
NO EXAM
51199
286-001 PATENT & KNOW-HOW LICENSING (W) THOMPSON
2
TR
0600P-0750P
224
JULY 15 - 6:00PM
51200
298-001 PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY TBA
2
MW
0600P-0750P
225
JULY 18 - 6:00PM
51201
320-001 SUPERVISED EXTERNSHIP HUBER
2
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NO EXAM
51202
321-001 SUPERVISED EXTERNSHIP HUBER
3
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NO EXAM
51203
329-001 TRIAL ADVOCACY DAVIS
2
MW
0600P-0750P
122
NO EXAM
51204
334-001 VIRGINIA PRACTICE COSTELLO
3
TR
0600P-0840P
221
JULY 15 - 6:00PM
51205
333-001 VIRGINIA REMEDIES CUMMINGS
3
MW
0600P-0840P
224
JULY 18 - 6:00PM

* Legal Clinic (Military): Registration Per Instructor Permission.

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 23 and end on Tuesday, July 12, 2005 (observe a Monday schedule). The University will be closed on Monday, May 30 and Monday, July 4. Exams are scheduled for Friday, July 15 - Tuesday, July 19, 2005.

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.

***Class meets only on June 3-4, 2005 from 9am-Noon and 2pm-5pm, Room 332. P.M. session on 06/03/05 meets at the Supreme Court.


Assignments

Course TitleNumberSectionInstructorMaterialNotes
Advanced Constitutional Law Seminar001Consovoy/McCarthyCourse Syllabus
Communications Law001BerresfordCourse Syllabus
Constitutional Law: Federalist Understanding001Baker/ScaliaCourse Summary and Registration Information
Constitutional Law: Federalist Understanding001Baker/ScaliaFederalist Papers - AnnotationsSept. 1989, By John S. Baker, Jr.
Constitutional Law: Federalist Understanding001Baker/ScaliaFederalist Papers CommentarySupreme Court cases citing Federalist Papers
Copyright Law001WrightCourse Syllabus
Criminal Procedure001McGovernCourse Syllabus
Electronic Mass Media Regulation (W)001SockettCourse Syllabus
Electronic Mass Media Regulation (W)001SockettCourse Description and Policies
Emerging Law of Internet Privacy Seminar001Greenberg/StegmaierInitial Assignments
Emerging Law of Internet Privacy Seminar001Greenberg/StegmaierCourse Syllabus
Int'l Trade Law & Regulation001Ryan/BechkyCourse Syllabus
Legal Clinic (Military)001ZengerleRegistration Per Instructor Permission
Legal DraftingALLTBAThis course is open to GMUSL students only.
Legal DraftingALLTBACourse Syllabus
Patent & Know-How Licensing (W)001ThompsonCourse Syllabus
Professional Responsibility001ShaheenFirst AssignmentsFor first class: read Chapter 1 (including introduction) and read Chapter 2 for second class.
Professional Responsibility001ShaheenCourse Syllabus
Trial Advocacy001DavisCourse Syllabus
Virginia Practice001CostelloFirst AssignmentReach Chapter One of the Course Materials for the first class.
Virginia Remedies001CummingsFirst AssignmentRead Chapter One of Course Materials for first class meeting.