All courses offered remotely unless otherwise noted.
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|Course Name||Num. (Sec.) CRN||Instructor(s)||Days, Time||Final Exam||Syllabus|
|AUTOMATED VEHICLES: DRIVERLESS CARS & DRONES (2cr)||Law 247 (R01) 41184||WALDEN||M, W 6:00P-7:50P||JULY 8 6:00PM|
|DEATH PENALTY IN AMERICA (2cr)||Law 138 (R01) 43971||FITZPATRICK||M, W 8:00P-9:50P||JULY 8 6:00PM|
|eDISCOVERY: MODERN DISCOVERY IN THE DIGITAL ERA (3cr)||Law 204 (R01) 43968||CHHATWAL, KEELING||T, R 6:00P-8:40P||JULY 8 6:00PM|
|EMERGING LAW OF INTERNET PRIVACY SEMINAR (2cr)||Law 497 (R01) 40313||SZABO||T, R 6:00P-7:50P||NO EXAM|
|LEGAL CLINIC-MASON VETERANS (4cr) (E) // (N.1)||Law 309 (R01) 41892||MACARTHUR, WINSTEAD||W 4:00P-5:5OP||NO EXAM|
|LEGAL PROFESSION: WRITING UNDER PRESSURE (1cr)||Law 081 (R01) 43972||EVERETTE||M 8:00P-9:50P||NO EXAM|
|LEGAL WRITING FOR LAW CLERKS (E)(W)// (N.2) (2cr)||Law 201 (R01) 42757||LUTHER||T 6:00P-7:50P||NO EXAM|
|NATIONAL SECURITY IMPACT IMMIG. LAW SEMINAR (2cr)||Law 401 (R01) 43974||RIZER||W 6:00P-9:50P||NO EXAM|
|PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY (2cr)||Law 298 (R01) 40315||LEMLEY||T, R 8:00P-9:5OP||JULY 9-6:00P||Syllabus|
|ROLE OF THE PROSECUTOR (W) (2cr)||Law 223 (R01) 41920||STAMOS||T, R 8:00P-9:50P||NO EXAM|
|SUPERVISED EXTERNSHIP (E) // (N.3) (2cr)||Law 320 (R01) 40809||HUBER, BELANGER||N/A||NO EXAM||Syllabus|
|SUPERVISED EXTERNSHIP (E) // (N.3) (3cr)||Law 321 (R01) 40810||HUBER, BELANGER||N/A||NO EXAM||Syllabus|
|SUPERVISED EXTERNSHIP-VA PRACTICE (E) // (N.3) (3cr)||Law 179 (R01) 40316||DAVIS, BELANGER||N/A||NO EXAM|
|WHITE COLLAR CRIME (3cr)||Law 337 (R01) 43973||LIU, MANZO||M,W 9:00-5:30P||JULY 9 - 6:00P|
|WIPO-CPIP INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROGRAM (N.4) (3cr)||Law 021 (R01) 40806||KRESH||M,T,W,R,F 9:00-5:30P||TAKE HOME|
// WITH WRITTEN PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR ONLY.
(W) THIS COURSE IS A "WRITING COURSE" ELIGIBLE TO COUNT TOWARDS THE UPPER LEVEL WRITING REQUIREMENTS FOR JD STUDENTS
(E) THIS COURSE IS AN "EXPERIENTIAL COURSE" eligible to count towards the experiential requirement for JD students.
+ THIS COURSE HAS PREREQUISITES. PLEASE CHECK COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AND SYLLABI FOR COURSE PREREQUISITE INFORMATION.
Notes to Day Schedule:
(N.1) Information regarding the application process for new student-advisors has been sent via Law News email. Enrollment only with written permission of the instructor. The clinic will meet remotely via Zoom for two hours each week during the summer term but M-VETS student-advisors continue to have responsibility for the matters to which they have been assigned until the commencement of the fall 2021 semester.
(N.2) Information on applying to participate in Legal Writing for Law Clerks has been sent via LawNews email. Enrollment only with written permission of instructor. Students who are accepted will be or have been notified by the Records Office and must confirm they want be be enrolled by email to email@example.com. Once students confirm, the Records Office will enroll them in the course.
(N.3)Students must receive approval to register for any Supervised Externship program and should submit the Externship Information Form found in the Externship module on Symplicity to begin the process. (Virginia Practice Externship applicants will submit the form after meeting with Professor Davis and Ilissa Belanger.) To access the form, log into Symplicity and select Externship Module from the "Shortcuts" on the right side of the screen. Once approved, students will be registered by the Records Office for the appropriate externship course. Compensated externship credit is NOT available during the summer term. Externship meetings with law school personnel will be conducted remotely, but externships may be remote or in person.
(N.4) Students registering for this course will attend the WIPO-CPIP Summer School on Intellectual Property to be held virtually (via Zoom) from June 1 through 12, 2021, with hours that vary slightly by day. Students registering for this course must also register through WIPO’s website: https://cpip.gmu.edu/wipo/. Students taking this course for academic credit will pay tuition to Scalia Law in lieu of the registration fee. The course will consist of lectures, case studies, simulation exercises, and group discussions on selected intellectual property topics, with an orientation towards the interface between intellectual property and other disciplines. Additional details are on the CPIP website.
SUMMER TERM DATES: Registration begins on April 13, 2021. Summer classes start May 17 and end July 6, 2021 and exams will be held on July 8 - 9, with make-ups on July 12.
APPLICATION FOR SUMMER VISITING STATUS FOR NON-SCALIA LAW STUDENTS: Non-Scalia Law students who wish to take summer courses must apply for summer visiting status. Please contact the Office of Admissions to obtain an application and submission deadline information.