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82173 728A

Advanced International Human Rights Clinic A

F. Rivera Juaristi
2 108-A Wed 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): International Law Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Enrollment in this course is limited to those students who successfully complete Course No. 727 (International Human Rights Clinic), and subject to the Clinic Director’s approval. Students enrolled in this advanced course will continue to work on previous human rights clinic projects and are expected to act as team leaders. Students must register for 2 units of academic credit, which will be graded. This is the “A” portion of the course. Additionally, students may register for up to 2 additional units that are not graded (credit/no credit). This is the “B” portion of the course. Students must submit the International Human Rights Clinic Application Form and obtain a permission number from the professor in order to register for this course (contact FJRivera@scu.edu).

82174 728B

Advanced International Human Rights Clinic B

F. Rivera Juaristi
1 - 2 108-A See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): International Law Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Enrollment in this course is limited to those students who successfully complete Course No. 727 (International Human Rights Clinic), and subject to the Clinic Director’s approval. Adv Clinic B is the proper course to enroll in if you wish to take more than the 2 units of credit offered under Adv Clinic A.

82302 374

Advanced Legal Research

E. Edwards, T. Deguzman
2 316 Fri 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

82185 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 10

K. Fleming
2 202 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82186 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 11

A. Aguas-Rao
2 201 Mon 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82188 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 13

N. Emanuel
2 210 Mon 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82189 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 14

L. Gallo, R. Jones
2 101 Mon 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only. This is a 30-student section with two writing instructors.
82177 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 3

K. De La Torre
2 101 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82178 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 4

S. Tesconi
2 316 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82179 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 5

L. Capatos
2 205 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82180 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 6

S. Najm
2 207 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82181 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 7

J. Strong
2 206 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82182 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 8

S. Flagsberg
2 201 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82184 373b

Advanced Legal Writing: Bar Exam 9

S. McNamara
2 326 Mon 12:50 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.

In this course, you will learn the skills necessary to smoothly transition into Bar review and pass the Bar Exam.  In half of the class sessions, national expert Chris Fromm from Kaplan will review the substantive law of torts, contracts, and criminal law.  Using that knowledge, you will learn and practice strategies for the MBE.  In the other half of the class sessions, you will work in small sections with a Bar writing professor to learn how to excel on essays and the performance test.

 
To earn credit in the course, all students must complete all assignments and take a 6.5-hour mock bar exam on Friday, April 12 or Saturday, April 13, 2019.
 
Enrollment is limited to JD students in their final semester of law school only.
82190 331

Advanced Trial Techniques (Trial Team)

A. Mitchell, T. Larkin
2 101 Wed 6:00 p.m.-8:45 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (Skills)

Enrollment based on tryouts held in Spring 2018. One year, two semester course beginning in Fall 2018. Students should obtain permission number from instructors. Attendance is mandatory, as well as participation in regional/national competitions. 

82183 400

Alternative Dispute Resolution for Youth: Teaching Conflict Resolution in a High School Setting

L. Kloppenberg
2 316 Wed 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

Experiential Course

82191 702

Bar Exam Skills Workshop

D. Kinyon
0 339 Mon 4:10 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Credit/No Credit.
 
This course will begin meeting on Monday, January 28, 2019.  It is required for all JD students entering their final semester who have not earned 3 UP points:  https://law.scu.edu/bulletin/juris-doctor-program-of-study/#UpperDivisionProficiency.  Contact Professor Kinyon for enrollment information.
 
This course must be taken concurrently with 373b: Advanced Legal Writing:  The Bar Exam.
82303 382

Biotechnology Law Seminar

R. Krasnow, P. McGarrigle
2 201 Wed 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m. May 08, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Business Organizations (248) strongly recommended. Some type of biology background also recommended.  This course will introduce the issues encountered when starting up a biotech company and afterwards.  The course examines a variety of legal topics related to the biotechnology industry, such as the initial financing, the regulatory environment, intellectual property, licensing, antitrust and practical uses of biotechnology.  This class fulfills the LL.M. writing requirement.

82192 533

Broadband Regulatory Clinic

A. Hammond
3 326 Mon & Wed 2:40 p.m.-3:55 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law Public Interest and Social Justice Law (Skills)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Attendance is mandatory.  Limited enrollment.  Reading assignment for first class posted online.  Approved IP LLM course.

82193 248

Business Organizations

D. Yosifon
3 101 Tues & Thurs 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. May 06, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Bar course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.

82194 504

California Civil Procedure

S. Manoukian
2 104 Mon 7:30 pm-9:10 pm May 03, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

Attendance is mandatory.  Reading assignment for first class posted online.  Professor tapes each class and posts recordings on I-Tunes University.  Professor is willing to have a student tape a class with the permission of the professor for personal use only.  Professor will provide class notes and slides.

82195 590

Civil Practice, High Tech, and Social Justice Externship 1

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
3 - 6 See notes See notes See notes-

Certificate(s): High Tech Law Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Prerequisite: Civil Procedure (114). Students must apply and have externship pre-approved. Applications available online at Externship page. Students must also register for and successfully complete the Externship Workshop (706). Permission numbers for both classes will be sent via email by the Externship Program upon approval.

82241 597

Civil Practice, High Tech, and Social Justice Externship II

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
3 - 6 See notes See notes See notes-

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Prerequisite: Civil Procedure (114) and Civil Practice Externship I (590). Students must apply and have placement pre-approved. Applications available online at Externship page. Students must also register for and successfully complete the Externship Workshop (706). Permission numbers for both classes will be sent via email by the Externship Program upon approval.

82276 114B

Civil Procedure 2

P. Jimenez
3 104 Mon & Wed 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Apr 30, 2019 1:30 p.m.

First year required course.  Attendance is mandatory.  Professor tapes all courses.  Required texts for the course will be listed on the course Camino page as will the assignment for the first class. Prerequisite is Civil Procedure 1 (LAW 114A) 

82277 114B

Civil Procedure 2

M. Hsieh
3 104 Tues & Thurs 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Apr 30, 2019 1:30 p.m.

First year required course.  Attendance is mandatory.  No laptops in classroom; professor tapes all classes for use of enrolled students. Glannon coursebook carries over; see Fall Civil Procedure 1 Camino page for reading assignments. Prerequisite is Civil Procedure 1 (LAW 114A) 

82278 114B

Civil Procedure 2

B. Joondeph
3 102 and 104 Wed and Fri 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Apr 30, 2019 9:00 a.m.

First year required course.  Attendance is mandatory. Prerequisite is Civil Procedure 1 (LAW 114A) 

82279 114B

Civil Procedure 2

S. Maurer
3 104 Mon & Wed 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m. May 07, 2019 6:00 p.m.

First year required course.  Attendance is mandatory.  Professor tapes all courses.  Required texts for the course will be listed on the course Camino page as will the assignment for the first class. Prerequisite is Civil Procedure 1 (LAW 114A) 

82313 290

Community Property

F. Soroosh
2 103 Wed 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m. May 02, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Bar Course. UP point eligible class. Subject to grade curve.   

82199 485

Comparative Privacy Law

L. de la Torre
3 207 Tues & Thurs 2:40 pm-3:55 pm

Certificate(s): High Tech Law Privacy Law

This course teaches the fundamentals of data protection law. It focuses on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) while drawing comparisons with other relevant regulatory frameworks including the recently enacted California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. Prerequisite:  Privacy Law (410). Students that have not taken the prerequisite but have taken and passed a CIPP exam are eligible. 

82197 220

Conflict of Laws

P. Jimenez
3 205 Mon & Wed 2:40 p.m.-3:55 p.m.

Certificate(s): International Law

Attendance is mandatory.  Limited enrollment.  Reading assignment for first class posted online.   Professor does not allow recording of this class.  The top five students on the wait list should attend the first day.  With the permission of the professor, a student may record a class for personal use.

82272 201

Constitutional Law 2

J. Love
3 104 Tues & Thurs 6:00 p.m.-7:15 p.m. Apr 29, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Required course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.  

82273 201

Constitutional Law 2

M. Armstrong
3 106 Tues & Thurs 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. May 01, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Required course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.  

82274 201

Constitutional Law 2

M. Russell
3 104 Tues & Thurs 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. May 01, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Required course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.  

82275 201

Constitutional Law 2

P. Gulasekaram
3 106 Tues & Thurs 2:40 p.m.-3:55 p.m. May 08, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Required course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.  

82282 102B

Contracts 2

K. Macintosh
3 205 Tues & Thurs 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. May 02, 2019 1:30 p.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Prerequisite is Contracts 1 (LAW 102A) 

Attendance is mandatory. Professor does not allow recording of this class.

82281 102B

Contracts 2

A. Hammond
3 103 Mon & Wed 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. May 02, 2019 9:00 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule.  Prerequisite is Contracts 1 (LAW 102A) 

82280 102B

Contracts 2

C. Sandoval
3 103 Tues & Thurs 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. May 02, 2019 6:00 p.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule.  Prerequisite is Contracts 1 (LAW 102A) 

82283 102B

Contracts 2

G. Neustadter
3 205 Mon & Wed 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m. May 02, 2019 1:30 p.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule.  Prerequisite is Contracts 1 (LAW 102A) 

82285 102D

Contracts 2e

C. Sandoval
2 206 Tues 7:30 p.m.-9:10 p.m. May 02, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Prerequisite is Contracts 1e (LAW 102C) 

First Year Class. See 1L Schedule.

82310 385

Copyright Law

J. Sylva
3 106 Mon & Wed 6:00 p.m.-7:15 p.m. May 07, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Attendance is mandatory.  Approved IP LLM course. Prerequisite:  IP Survey.

82198 591B

Criminal Justice Externship : Public Defender's Office

J. Rhodes, I. Gallardo, T. Pina, A. Singh
3 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Misdemeanor Externship
Expungement Externship
Pretrial Justice Externship

Credit/No Credit. Selected extern students work on real cases with live clients under the supervision of a senior attorney. These are 3 separate programs and enrollment is by online application only. Do not contact the Public Defender’s Office directly. For more information and applications, please see Externships at the Santa Clara County Public Defender’s Office on Emery.

Pre- or Co-Requisite: Evidence (LAW 320). Students should qualify to be certified pursuant to the CA State Bar’s certification requirements. Students must also register for and concurrently complete LAW 706 in order to receive credit.

Students register for 3 units of credit (equivalent to 150 externship hours). Each externship meets the Professional Skills requirement and the Experiential Learning requirement.

82200 591A

Criminal Justice Externship I

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
3 - 6 See notes See notes See notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Prerequisite: Criminal Law (106). Students must apply and have placement pre-approved. Applications available online at Externship page. Students must also register for and successfully complete the Externship Workshop (706). Permission numbers for both classes will be sent via email by the Externship Program upon approval.

82201 561

Criminal Justice Externship II

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
3 - 6 See notes See notes See notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Prerequisite: Civil Procedure (114), Criminal Justice Externship I (591). Students must apply and have placement pre-approved. Applications are available online at Externship page. Students must also register for and successfully complete the Externship Workshop (706). Permission numbers for both classes will be sent via email by the Externship Program upon approval.

82286 106

Criminal Law

E. Kreitzberg
3 206 Mon & Wed 6:00 p.m.-7:15 p.m. May 06, 2019 6:00 p.m.

First Year Class. See 1L Schedule.

82202 364

Criminal Law and Policy

W. Ball
3 202 Mon & Wed 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law

To enroll in this course, contact the professor.  This year my criminal law and policy seminar focuses on the legal and policy implications of the foster care system in California. As with my past courses on marijuana legalization and ending money bail, both of which resulted in statewide policy changes, the goal for this class is for students to produce work that informs policymakers and interest groups such as the ACLU of Northern California, state assemblymembers, and state senators. This will not be a passive class where you just absorb what I know. I don’t actually know much about the foster care system other than two things: first, that we sometimes unnecessarily terminate parental rights, we sometimes unnecessarily don’t, and it’s hard to tell the difference, and second, that children who are placed in foster care often end up in the criminal legal system. I am taking on this subject because I think it’s important–and tragic–that we, as a society, can know the statistics about the life outcomes of foster children and not do better than we are doing. So we will be working hard to figure this out together. I will be teaching you how to approach a legal and policy problem as complex as this (based on my past experiences and my policy networks), and you, through your research and writing posted on the class blog, will be teaching me and others what we should do about it. Ultimately, I see work on foster care as a test case for a new approach to criminal justice policy: that the best way to fight crime is to invest in social services, since people who are not provided adequate educational, social, and material support are much more likely to engage in criminal behavior (or, at least, the criminal behavior that is targeted by law enforcement). 

We will begin with the statutory and regulatory regime governing foster care, focusing not just on the substantive law but also on the procedures used in its application and enforcement. We will also engage in some basic fact finding/orientation, researching and discussing the size and features of the foster care population, the families from which foster children are taken (and the families from which they aren’t, if there are patterns to be found), the characteristics/demographics/life experiences of foster children, and their life outcomes. Following this, we will shift our focus to particular processes, substantive laws, populations, and interventions designed to improve the system. 

Students enrolled in this course will be expected to work hard and meet professional standards. In return, you will get a public, google-able set of writing samples and, based on past student evaluations (which are linked on my faculty page), a profoundly meaningful part of your professional development.

82203 311

Criminal Procedure: Adjudication

L. Capatos
3 205 Tues & Thurs 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve. Attendance is mandatory.  Reading assignment for first class posted on Camino.  

82204 310

Criminal Procedure: Investigation

K. Ridolfi
3 104 Mon & Wed 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m. May 08, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Bar course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve. 

82301 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar A1

N. Sohi
1 201 Fri 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 1
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 11, 25; Feb 8, 22; Mar 8, 29, Apr 12

 

 

 

 

 

83984 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar A2

L. Jacobus
1 202 Fri 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 1
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 11, 25; Feb 8, 22; Mar 8, 29, Apr 12

 

 

 

 

 

84026 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar A3

T. Pina
1 210 Fri 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 1
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 11, 25; Feb 8, 22; Mar 8, 29, Apr 12

 

 

 

 

 

82319 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar B1

N. Sohi
1 201 Fri 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 2
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 18; Feb 1, 15; Mar 1, 22; Apr 5, 24

 

 

 

 

84050 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar B2

S. Tesconi
1 210 Fri 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 2
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 18; Feb 1, 15; Mar 1, 22; Apr 5, 24

 

 

 

 

84089 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar B3

L. Jacobus
1 202 Fri 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 2
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 18; Feb 1, 15; Mar 1, 22; Apr 5, 24

 

 

 

 

82320 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar C1

K. Vega
1 201 Thurs 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 3
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 10, 24; Feb 7, 21; Mar 7, 28, Apr 11

 

 

 

 

 

84110 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar C2

M. Stump
1 210 Thurs 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 3
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 10, 24; Feb 7, 21; Mar 7, 28, Apr 11

 

 

 

 

 

84111 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar C3

L. Jacobus
1 202 Thurs 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 3
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 10, 24; Feb 7, 21; Mar 7, 28, Apr 11

 

 

 

 

 

82321 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar D1

K. Vega
1 201 Thurs 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 4
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 17, 31; Feb 14, 28; Mar 21; Apr 4, 18

 

 

 

84112 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar D2

M. Stump
1 210 Thurs 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 4
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 17, 31; Feb 14, 28; Mar 21; Apr 4, 18

 

 

 

84113 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar D3

L. Jacobus
1 202 Thurs 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 4
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 17, 31; Feb 14, 28; Mar 21; Apr 4, 18

 

 

 

82322 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar E1

D. Freedman
1 206 Wed 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 5
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 9, 23; Feb 6, 20; Mar 6, 27; Apr 10

 

 

 

 

 

84114 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar E2

R. Bhandari
1 202 Wed 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 5
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 9, 23; Feb 6, 20; Mar 6, 27; Apr 10

 

 

 

 

 

84115 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar E3

A. Verma
1 210 Wed 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 5
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 9, 23; Feb 6, 20; Mar 6, 27; Apr 10

 

 

 

 

 

82323 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar F1

D. Freedman
1 206 Wed 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 6
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 16, 30; Feb 13, 27; Mar 20; Apr 3, 17

 

 

 

 

 

84116 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar F2

R. Bhandari
1 202 Wed 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 6
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 16, 30; Feb 13, 27; Mar 20; Apr 3, 17

 

 

 

 

 

84117 465

Critical Lawyering Skills Seminar F3

A. Verma
1 210 Wed 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

Experiential Course
This class is for Section 6
Credit/No Credit. This is a required first-year class and attendence is mandatory. The seminar is also a prerequsite for students registering for their first externship.  Permission numbers for future Externship placements will be provided by the Externship Program Office upon approval of an application and successful completion of this course.
 
Class will meet on the following dates: Jan 16, 30; Feb 13, 27; Mar 20; Apr 3, 17

 

 

 

 

 

82205 260

Debtors' and Creditors' Rights

G. Neustadter
3 201 Mon & Wed 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Apr 29, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

82208 435

Domestic Violence Minicourse

J. Saffren, E. Hyman
1 316 Sat See notes-See notes

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List B)

Class will meet on Saturday, March 9th and Saturday, March 30th.  Class will meet from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm and from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm on both days.  Students will learn client counseling techniques and other practical skills through in-class exercises. In addition to attending two Saturday classes, students must conduct one 90 minute court watch, observing a DV calendar at either criminal or family court. Final grades will be based on completion of in class exercises, court watch and a short final paper (minimum 6 pages) that addresses a current topic in domestic violence law.

The practice of domestic violence law requires an understanding of legal systems as well as complex social issues. This minicourse begins with an understanding of domestic violence, how it manifests in families and its impact on victims and children. Ethical DV practice will be discussed within an interdisciplinary context, including law enforcement, mental health, community based organizations, and remedies in both criminal and family courts. Students will also see that domestic violence has broad implications for practice beyond criminal and family law, e.g. child welfare, elder abuse, immigration, employment, housing and federal law.

82324 223

Energy Transactions

D. Sandino
2 101 Tues 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

82304 234

Entertainment Transactions

D. Greenspan
3 205 Tues & Thurs 7:30 pm-8:45 pm

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course

This course will focus on legal and business issues contained in the various agreements involved in the development and distribution of video games with a primary focus on confidentiality, development, distribution, licensing and talent. Students will begin to learn the legal skills needed to analyze, negotiate, and draft agreements representing various parties in the video game industry. Although the course will focus on the video game industry, many concepts will be useful for any transactional practice.

82207 482B

Entrepreneurs Law Clinic B

L. Norris
1 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course
Experiential Course
This course is the credit/no credit portion of the Entrepreneurs Law Clinic. Registration for Entrepreneurs’ Law Clinic B is limited to students who have registered for Entrepreneurs’ Law Clinic A, and even then, only upon permission from the Clinic Director.
82206 482

Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic

M. Fuller, Q. Cooper, T. Lavelle, L. Norris
3 316 Tues and Thurs 1:10 p.m.-3:40 p.m. and 1:10 p.m.-2:10 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Graded course. Students must submit an application to be considered for the class, and entry in the class will be subject to approval by the ELC Director. For priority consideration, applications should be received by October 8.   Email Professor Norris lnorris@scu.edu if you have any questions. Limited enrollment.  There will also be a field trip during the semester that will be mandatory but there will be a makeup assignment if a student can’t attend.

82209 320

Evidence

E. Kreitzberg
4 103 Tues & Thurs 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m. May 06, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Required course.  UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.  

82210 320

Evidence

E. Kreitzberg
4 103 Tues & Thurs 2:40 p.m.-4:20 p.m. May 06, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Required course.  UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.  

82211 706

Externship Workshop

B. Toma, T. Pina
0 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Credit/No Credit. All students participating in an externship must register for this class. Students will receive permission numbers from ExPro to register for this online workshop. Course credit will be awarded only on satisfactory completion of both the externship and the workshop. Students must attend assigned meetings with instructor.

83863 706

Externship Workshop

K. Haddix, T. Pina
0 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Credit/No Credit. All students participating in an externship must register for this class. Students will receive permission numbers from ExPro to register for this online workshop. Course credit will be awarded only on satisfactory completion of both the externship and the workshop. Students must attend assigned meetings with instructor.

83864 706

Externship Workshop

S. Jenab, T. Pina
0 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Credit/No Credit. All students participating in an externship must register for this class. Students will receive permission numbers from ExPro to register for this online workshop. Course credit will be awarded only on satisfactory completion of both the externship and the workshop. Students must attend assigned meetings with instructor.

83865 706

Externship Workshop

M. Corsiglia, T. Pina
0 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Credit/No Credit. All students participating in an externship must register for this class. Students will receive permission numbers from ExPro to register for this online workshop. Course credit will be awarded only on satisfactory completion of both the externship and the workshop. Students must attend assigned meetings with instructor.

83866 706

Externship Workshop

S. Meyer, T. Pina
0 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Credit/No Credit. All students participating in an externship must register for this class. Students will receive permission numbers from ExPro to register for this online workshop. Course credit will be awarded only on satisfactory completion of both the externship and the workshop. Students must attend assigned meetings with instructor.

82212 274

Family Wealth Management

P. Cain
3 206 Tue & Thu 4:10 p.m.-5:25 p.m.

Limited Enrollment. Pre-requisite  Wills and Trusts (281).

82213 270

Federal Income Tax

P. Cain
3 106 Tues & Thurs 6:00 p.m.-7:15 p.m. Apr 29, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Required texts for the course will be listed online as will the assignment for the first class.  The top five students on the wait list should attend the first day.  With the permission of the professor, a student may record a class for personal use.

82315 301

Forensic Science and the Law

K. Kulick
3 202 Tues & Thurs 6:00 p.m.-7:15 p.m. Apr 30, 2019 6:00 p.m.

The goals of this course are for students to:

  1. Understand how evidence is collected and processed;
  2. Understand the various scientific techniques used including their limitations;
  3. Learn to evaluate scientific evidence, and
  4. Present and/or challenge the evidence in court
82242 418A

Health Law Seminar: Abortion and Reproductive Justice

M. Oberman
2 201 Tues 4:10 pm-5:50 pm

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

To obtain a permission number to register, contact Professor Oberman at moberman@scu.edu.  Explores the ways in which the law shapes our national abortion discourse. This weekly seminar will combine the aims of building core lawyering competencies with an experiment in developing community across deeply held and conflicting moral convictions. It will proceed in the style of a graduate seminar, with ongoing reading, writing and re-writing requirements.  The only prerequisite is that you bring to class a desire for a sustained, honest conversation about this challenging topic.

82214 799

High Technology Law Journal

T. Ochoa
1 - 4 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Credit/No Credit. To register for this course students must obtain a permission number from the editor.

82243 398

Honors Moot Court - Internal

E. Abriel
2 101 Thurs 7:30 p.m.-9:10 p.m.

Credit/No Credit. To register, students must obtain a permission number from the Moot Court Board President.

82244 399

Honors Moot Court Board

E. Abriel, M. Flynn
1-4 See notes See notes See notes-See notes

STUDENTS ON THE HMC INTERNAL BOARD, HMC EXTERNAL BOARD, AND GALLOWAY BOARD should all register for this section.  Credit/No Credit. Students are appointed to the boards. To register for this course, students must obtain a permission number from the Moot Court Board Presidents.

82318 371

How Engineers, Businesspeople and Lawyers Communicate With Each Other

S. Subarmanian, J. Stefanski, J. Klaben
2 201 Sat See Notes-See Notes

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course

This course will meet on the following Saturdays: January 5, 12, & 26; February 9. All dates from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Limited to 6 Law Students.

82245 538

Immigration Appellate Practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

E. Abriel
2 201 Thurs 4:10 p.m.-5:50 p.m.

Registration is limited. To obtain a permission number to register, contact Professor Abriel at eabriel@scu.edu.

82246 262

Insurance Law

N. Adams-Hess, R. Hess
2 207 Tues 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

82215 388

Intellectual Property Survey

D. Glancy
3 207 Tues & Thurs 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. May 01, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

82216 608

International Environmental Law

T. Yang
3 201 Tues & Thurs 6:00 p.m.-7:15 p.m. Apr 29, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

This course is a survey course in international and global environmental law. It will cover a variety of substantive areas of international environmental law, ranging from climate change and transboundary air pollution to trade in hazardous waste and endangered species, as well areas of overlap with other fields of international law, such as international trade and human rights law. Equally important, the course aims to introduce students to methodologies and approaches to solving transnational and global environmental problems. As part of this emphasis, we will study the general structure of international environmental law, especially organizational actors, the operation of environmental treaties and the problem of enforcement.  Grading will be based on both class participation and a choice of either a final exam or final paper.

For the Spring 2019 semester, there 2 specific notices:  1) course coverage will include transnational environmental law, especially comparative and global environmental law concepts; 2) do not purchase the course book without prior notice by instructor; instructor anticipates supplying an electronic version of a new case book in draft form. 

82217 440

International Human Rights

V. Bali
2 202 Thurs 7:30 p.m.-9:10 p.m.

Certificate(s): International Law Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

This course on International Human Rights is taught as an interactive and lively seminar that triggers thought-provoking analysis of the most significant and current trends in the field of human rights and international relations. The course will acquaint students with every significant aspect of this critical field as seen through multiple lenses: social, cultural, religious, political and economic factors that shape the global implementation of human rights. The course covers, among other topics, the United Nations human rights system, regional human rights systems, domestic litigation, and various mechanisms for the implementation of human rights. Wherever possible, the course will focus on current domestic and international topics. Grading is based on a short paper and presentation, as well as class participation. There is no final examination. 

82218 727A

International Human Rights Clinic A

F. Rivera Juaristi
3 108-A Thurs 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): International Law Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

This course is the graded portion of the International Human Rights Clinic. Students wishing to take more than 3 units of clinic should also register for 1 – 2 units of IHRC B, which is the credit/no credit portion of this class. Limited enrollment. Students must submit theInternational Human Rights Clinic Application and obtain a permission number from the professor in order to register for this course (contact FJRivera@scu.edu) Prior or concurrent course work in international human rights strongly preferred.

82219 727B

International Human Rights Clinic B

F. Rivera Juaristi
1 - 2 108-A See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): International Law Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

This course is the credit/no credit portion of the IHRC. Students can register for up to 2 units in this course. Students must register for IHRC A for the first 3 units of clinic credit, and this course for any units thereafter. Limited enrollment. Students must obtain a permission number from the professor in order to register for this course. Prior or concurrent course work in international human rights strongly preferred.

82220 439

International IP Law

R. Gross
3 103 Wed 2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. May 08, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law International Law

Approved IP LLM course. Prerequisite : IP Survey (388)
All classes will be recorded.
82317 458

Interviewing and Counseling

S. Southwick
2 210 Wed 8:40 a.m.-10:20 a.m.

Professional Skills Course
82247 383

IP Litigation

M. Michels, M. Galloway
2 316 Mon 7:30 pm-9:10 pm

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course

Formerly known as Patent Litigation. Pre or Co-requisite: Patent Law (233) or IP Survey (388) or consent of instructor. Students must attend first class meeting or make prior arrangements with the professor. Students who no-show to the first class will be dropped by the professor.  Attendance is mandatory.  The top five students on the wait list should attend the first day. The purpose of this course is to blend substantive patent law knowledge with practical application in a litigation context. The course emphasizes litigation skills including client relations, developing the factual record, strategic counseling, and motion practice. It will be of particular interest to those who plan to practice in the areas of patent litigation, patent prosecution, or patent licensing. The course analyzes a hypothetical patent litigation using a US Patent and file history along with other documents. Grades are based on a variety of exercises related to claim construction charts, infringement and invalidity analysis, serving and responding to discovery, expert reports, depositions, and motions as well as class participation. Limited enrollment. Professor does not allow taping of this class; but is willing to have a student tape a class with the permission of the professor for personal use only.  Approved IP LLM course.

82221 790

Journal of International Law

T. Yang
1 - 4 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): International Law

Credit/No Credit. To register for this course students must obtain a permission number from the editor.

82222 594C

Judicial Externship I: Full Time

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
11 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Prerequisite: Civil Procedure (114). Students must apply and have externship pre-approved. Applications are available online on the Externship website. Students must also register for and successfully complete the Externship Workshop (Law 706). Permission numbers for both classes will be sent via email by ExPro upon application approval.

82224 594B

Judicial Externship I: Part Time

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
3-6 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Prerequisite: Civil Procedure (114). Students must apply. Applications are available online on the Externship website. Students must secure their externship prior to application submission. Students must also register for the Externship Workshop (Law 706). Permission numbers to register will be provided by the ExPro upon application approval.

82223 670

Judicial Externship II

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
3-6 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Pre-requisite: Judicial Externship I (Law 594B or 594C). Students must apply. Applications are available online on the Externship website. Students must also register for and successfully complete the online Externship Workshop (LAW 706). Permission numbers to register will be provided by the ExPro  upon application approval.

82225 531

Juvenile Justice Topics: Leadership Training

K. Clark
1 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law Certificate (List C)

Credit/No Credit. This course is for students who have completed Juvenile Justice Topics: Practical Applications (catalog 532) by volunteering to facilitate the FLY Law Program, a legal education and life skills course for at-risk youth. Former volunteers who would like to become the Lead Facilitator at a FLY Law Program site can receive credit through this course. Contact the course instructor if you have completed Juvenile Justice Topics: Practical Applications and you would like to become a site Lead. For students who have not volunteered with FLY and would like to receive credit for volunteering for the first time, you may enroll in Juvenile Justice Topics: Practical Applications (catalog 532). For more information, visit flyprogram.org.  Students must apply for the Facilitator position with Fresh Lifelines for Youth and be accepted as a Facilitator in order to enroll in and receive credit for the course.  For questions visit flyprogram.org or contact GeDa’ Jones Herbert at geda@flyprogram.org.

82226 532

Juvenile Justice Topics: Practical Applications

K. Clark
1 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (Skills)

Credit/No Credit. This course is for students who would like to receive credit for volunteering with Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY), a juvenile justice nonprofit with a mission to break the cycle of crime, violence, and incarceration in the lives of teens through legal education, leadership training, and one-on-one mentoring. To learn more, visit flyprogram.org. To receive credit, you will facilitate FLY’s legal education course for at-risk youth in teams of 2-4 facilitators. You MUST be eligible and available to fulfill the commitment required of a volunteer facilitator. Students must apply for the Facilitator position with Fresh Lifelines for Youth and be accepted as a Facilitator in order to enroll in and receive credit for the course. For questions, contact GeDa’ Jones Herbert at geda@flyprogram.org.

82227 468

KGACLC Courthouse Clinic

S. Maurer
1 - 2 KGACLC Wed See notes-See notes

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Students must attend a mandatory training class on Saturday, January 12th from 8:30-4:30. Thereafter, students must spend between 25 hours (for 1 unit) and 75 hours (for 2 units) assisting and advising unrepresented litigants at the Courthouse Self Help-Center, which is located at 201 North First Street, San Jose.   Students will provide this assistance under the supervision of an attorney on Wednesdays between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.   Students taking 1 unit do NOT need be available for the entire 11-3 time slot on Wednesdays; they only need to schedule approximately 2 hours per week during that slot.  Students may not take more than one interviewing and advising class in the same semester. Available Wednesday dates are: January 16, 23, 30; February 6, 13, 20, 27; March 6, 20, 27; April 3, 10, 17, 24.

 
82228 469

KGACLC Immigration Interviewing and Advising

L. Parker
1 KGACLC Wed See notes-See notes

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Students must attend a mandatory training class on Saturday, January 12th from 8:30-4:30. Thereafter, students must spend 25 hours advising at the Immigration Clinic, which meets between 12:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on the following dates: Jan 16, 30; Feb 13, 27; Mar 6, 20; Apr 3.  Students may not take more than one interviewing and advising class in the same semester. 

82229 511

KGACLC Litigation Skills 1a

D. Pai, S. Maurer, L. Parker
3 KGACLC Tues & Thurs 1:10 pm-2:20 pm

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

This course is the graded portion of Litigation Skills I. Students wishing to take more than 3 units of Litigation Skills I should also register for 1-3 units of Litigation Skills Ib, which is the credit/no credit portion of this class. Students must submit a form after enrolling. Students must attend a mandatory training class on Saturday, January 12th from 8:30-4:30.  Each student is required to attend the first day of class and if not the student will be dropped from the course.

82230 511

KGACLC Litigation Skills 1b

D. Pai, S. Maurer, L. Parker
1 - 3 KGACLC See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

This course is the credit/no credit portion of Litigation Skills I. Students can register for up to 3 units in this course. Students must register for Litigation Skills Ia for the first 3 units of clinic credit, and Litigation Skills Ib for any units thereafter. Students must submit a form after enrolling. Students must attend a mandatory training class on Saturday, January 12th from 8:30-4:30. Professional Skills Course. Each student is required to attend the first day of class and if not the student will be dropped from the course.

82231 481

KGACLC Litigation Skills IIa

L. Parker, S. Maurer
2 KGACLC Thurs 12:00 pm-1:00 pm

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

This course is ONLY for those students who have completed only Litigation Skills I. This is the graded portion of Litigation Skills II. Students may take up to 4 additional non-graded units by signing up for LitigationSkills IIb. Students must obtain a permission number from instructors’ to add this course. Limited enrollment. 

82232 481

KGACLC Litigation Skills IIb

L. Parker, S. Maurer
1 - 4 KGACLC See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

This is the credit/no credit portion of Litigation Skills II. Student can register for up to 4 units in this course. Students must register for Litigation Skills IIa for the first 2 units of clinic credit, and Litigation Skills IIb for any units thereafter. Students must obtain a permission number from instructors’ to add this course. Limited enrollment. Professional Skills Course.

82233 463

KGACLC Workers' Rights Interviewing, Advising and Mediation Clinic

R. Silver Taube
2 KGACLC and 210 Tues and Thurs 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Students must attend a mandatory training class on Saturday, January 12th from 8:30-4:30.  Thereafter, students must spend 27 hours advising at the Workers’ Rights Clinic. Clinic meets on the following Tuesdays from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm:  January 15, 22, 29; Feb 5, 12, 26; March 5, 19, 26. Class meets on the following Thursdays from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Jan 17, 24, 31; Feb 7, 14, 28; March 7.  Students will conduct an EEOC mediation on one Friday. Students may not take more than one interviewing and advising class without the prior approval of the instructors. This class fulfills the Professional Skills Requirement.  Students will provide advice to low income clients regarding problems in the workplace such as wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, unpaid wages, and failure to pay overtime. In addition to advising clients, students will also receive 15.5 hours of instruction in the Fundamentals of Employment Law class that covers mediating employment law disputes, wage and hour law, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination,  domestic violence, labor trafficking, retaliation, leave acts, workers compensation, unemployment insurance, state disability insurance, ERISA, privacy, workplace immigration issues, and union labor law.  Students will conduct a mediation of a case filed at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Students will conduct or observe an EEOC mediation. This course is graded. Students may also enroll in independent study for additional units.

 
82248 715

Labor Law: The Public Sector

M. Anstandig
2 205 Mon 5:40 pm-7:20 pm

Grade based on midterm, take home final and class participation. Reading assignment for first class posted online. The top five students on the wait list should attend the first day. It is recommended that students have had Labor Law (235) but not required.

82234 286

Land Use

D. Glancy
2 207 Tues 10:20 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

The Land Use Law Seminar provides a unique opportunity to study how local governments regulate the use of land through planning, zoning, subdivision regulation and other controls.  In other words, this seminar is about local environmental law. Legal regulation of both private and public uses of land in urban, suburban, exurban and rural areas is one focus of the seminar.  Other land use control strategies through nuisance law and private land use arrangements also play a role in local land use control systems.  Primarily looking at California law, the seminar also will explore constitutional issues such as takings and First Amendment freedoms of religion and of expression as they arise in local land use controversies.  Accommodation of potentially conflicting interests of landowners, neighbors, communities, and regional interests causes regulation of transportation and affordable housing especially challenging.  The first reading assignment will be posted on Camino.  The top five students on the wait list should attend the first day.  The course is graded, based on a seminar paper and participation in weekly seminar discussions. 

82235 206

Law and Education

E. Steinman
3 339 Mon & Wed 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List B)

Professional Skills Course

Required texts for the course will be listed online  as will the assignment for the first class.  Students can record any class without the professor’s permission.

 

82305 268

Law and Social Justice Seminar

D. Moss-West
3 201 Mon & Wed 2:40 pm-3:55 pm

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

82325 486

Law and Technology of Silicon Valley

S. Tahmassebi
2 316 Wed 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

82249 542

Law of Nonprofit Organizations

J. Harrington
2 210 Thurs 2:30 p.m.-4:10 p.m.

Professional Skills Course

This course offers an overview of nonprofit law. Topics include the formation and operation of charitable organizations and special issues relating to foundations, churches, and political nonprofits. The class will form its own charitable organization and act as the board of directors for the duration of the course. This class fulfills the LL.M. writing requirement. The top three students on the waiting list should attend the first day.

82250 560

Law Practice Management

K. Jacobsen, M. Galloway
2 316 Mon 5:30 pm-7:20 pm

This course will help students to develop professional management skills and to develop a personal plan for developing the substantive knowledge; professional skills and business focus to create a fulfilling law practice (final paper). The course will focus on the economics of law practice, including forecasting demand for legal services and non-traditional alternatives; law practice; financial management; team dynamics and leadership; effectively communicating with clients, colleagues, other parties and tribunals; client development and service; and risk management. Assignments and simulations will demonstrate and model various skills. Each student will create a professional development plan based on their current thoughts about substantive areas of interest and the environment in which they may choose to practice. Course enrollment is limited to 3Ls. 

 

82236 798

Law Review

S. Smith
1 - 4 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Credit/No Credit. To register for this course, students must obtain a permission number from the editor.

82541 567B

Law Student Co-Op Education B

S. Tesconi
1 See Notes See Notes See Notes-See Notes

This class is graded on a CR/NC basis. The course consists of an initial ninety-minute mandatory in-person class session followed by seven online instructional sessions. The mandatory in-person session will be held: Friday, January 18 from 9:00-10:30 a.m., classroom 339. Students must attend the mandatory in-person class session or they will be dropped from the class. No exceptions. After the initial in-person class session the remaining 7 sessions will be held online throughout the spring semester, ending April 24, 2019. Only those international students seeking to satisfy work requirements in the United States are eligible for this course. Students must secure a permission number from the Externship Program to register for this class.

82238 373A

Legal Analysis

M. O'Connell
3 201 Mon & Wed 4:10 p.m.-5:25 p.m.

Limited enrollment. Contact Professor Kinyon for enrollment information. Students taking this class must also be enrolled in Evidence with Kreitzberg this semester.

82239 373A

Legal Analysis

R. Perez
3 201 Mon & Wed 7:30 p.m.-8:45 p.m.

Limited enrollment. Contact Professor Kinyon for enrollment information. Students taking this class must also be enrolled in Civil Procedure II with Maurer this semester.

82240 387

Legal Issues of Start Up Business

J. Landrum, D. Ovanezian
3 106 Tues & Thurs 7:30 p.m.-8:45 p.m. May 10, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course,  Experiential Course

 Approved IP LLM course.  Pre-requisite: Business Organizations (248).  

82287 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2A

J. Schunk
2 202 Tues & Fri 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 1.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82288 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2B

K. Wells
2 210 Tues & Fri 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 1 and 2.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82289 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2C

J. Windsor
2 316 Tues & Fri 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 2.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82290 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2D

A. Duffy-Horling
2 202 and 207 Tues and Fri 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. and 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 3.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82291 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2E

C. Huizar
2 210 and 206 Tues and Fri 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. and 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 3 and 4.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82292 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2F

E. Abriel
2 201 and 205 Tues and Fri 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. and 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 4.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82293 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2G

E. Malis
2 207 Tues & Fri 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 5.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82294 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2H

N. Sohi
2 206 Tues & Fri 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 5 and 6.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82295 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2I

L. Sockolov
2 201 Tues & Fri 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 6.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82296 101B

Legal Research and Writing 2J

S. Smith
2 206 Mon & Wed 7:30 p.m.-8:45 p.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. Section 7.  Prerequisite is Legal Research and Writing 1 (LAW 101A) 

82311 602

Mediation: Theory and Practice

D. Curtis
3 326 and 101 See Notes See Notes-See Notes

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (Skills)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

This Unique Mediation Training brings together law students and professionals in business, health care, human resource, mediation and law who wish to expand their understanding of conflict and develop the skills and self-awareness necessary to mediate effectively. This highly interactive and experiential program meets the 40-hour training requirements of most courts and many community mediation programs. Topics include:

  • Understanding and managing conflict
  • Negotiation basics
  • Key communication skills, including empathic listening
  • Mediation ethics and decision making
  • Facilitating case evaluation, including the role of law and lawyers
  • Application of social and neuro sciences to conflict and negotiation
  • Self-awareness and self-reflection
  • Implicit bias and cross-cultural competence
  • Special issues: grief, apology and forgiveness
  • Representing clients in mediation
  • Professional development – reflective practice and the business of mediation

This class will meet on the following 7 dates and times: Thursday, January 10th: 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Friday, January 11th: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday, January 12th: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Thursday, January 24th: 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Friday, January 25th 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday, January 26th: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m; and Thursday, February 7th: 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Class will meet in room 326 on Thursday dates and room 101 on Friday and Saturday dates.

Attendance at all classes is required.

82326 602

Mediation: Theory and Practice

P. Kirwan
2 316 Tues 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (Skills)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Mediation and alternative dispute resolution is a growing field as clients look to lawyers to be problem solvers and to expand the pie.  This course provides students with the opportunity to develop their problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills; to examine the circumstances in which mediation is an appropriate form of dispute resolution; and to explore the role of the lawyer in mediation, either as mediator or as counsel to a client considering or participating in mediation.  Attendance and full participation in role plays and demonstrations is mandatory.    Evaluation is based on class exercises, participation, and short papers.

82251 251

Mergers and Acquisitions

T. Klein
2 106 Wed 7:30 pm-9:10 pm May 03, 2019 6:00 p.m.

 This course will focus on the law affecting corporate mergers and acquisitions, with some time being devoted to spin-offs and split-ups.  JD students should have already taken Business Organizations (248) or Securities Regulation (258);  LLM students should have had a comparable basic business organization course, or relevant background and experience, or should be contemporaneously taking the basic Business Organizations (248) course.

82252 327

Negotiating

C. Marshall
2 210 Mon 1:00 p.m.-2:40 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (Skills)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

82260 327

Negotiating

L. Love
3 202 Tue & Thur 2:40 pm-3:55 pm

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (Skills)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Whether you realize it or not, you negotiate every day of your life. This course seeks to help you move from negotiating by instinct, as most people do, to negotiating more purposefully, thoughtfully, and with a stronger sense of awareness. The course merges theory with practice, in order to: (1) develop your understanding of purposeful negotiation; (2) give you tools and concepts for analyzing and preparing for negotiations; (3) enhance your negotiating skills through frequent role plays, analysis, and feedback. Given the interactive nature of this class, attendance is mandatory, and class size is limited. Any student that is interested in the class must attend the first day. Method of Evaluation: Seminar participation and short reflection papers.

82253 505A

Northern California Innocence Project A

L. Starr
3 202 Tues & Thurs 4:10 pm-5:25 pm

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Graded. NCIP is a year-long program (Fall and Spring semesters), available to 2L and 3L students.  Students enroll for at least three units of academic credit per semester.  For each unit of credit, a student is responsible for 50 hours of participation, including casework and class attendance and participation.  To enroll in NCIP for a grade, you should enroll under 505A.  If you would like to enroll for credit/no credit, enroll under course number 505B. If you would like to enroll for more than three units of class per semester, you must enroll in those additional units under 505B for credit/no credit.  Students who enrolled in NCIP in Fall 2018 will automatically have permission to register for this course through eCampus in Spring 2019. Class will meet in Charney Hall 202. Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) is located in Charney Hall, Suite 108. Work and classes at the Innocence Project provide insight into our criminal justice system and the causes of wrongful conviction. You will receive professional skills training including case management, organization, and development as well as interviewing and counseling skills. You will have the opportunity to develop your legal writing ability through edited work on legal pleadings, professional communications and legal memoranda. These important skills transfer to professional work in law firms and government agencies, as well as criminal law practice. Note: Students can take a maximum of 6 units of graded credit from any combination of NCIP course credit [i.e., NCIP  and NCIP Advanced Practice Clinic (Catalog numbers 505 and 515)].  Any additional units will be graded on a Credit/No Credit basis only.

 
82255 515A

Northern California Innocence Project Advanced Practice Clinic A

L. Starr
1 - 3 NCIP See notes See notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Graded. Limited enrollment. Students who have completed the one-year NCIP course are encouraged to enroll in Advanced NCIP which provides the opportunity for them to continue to advance their individual cases and to research and discuss in-depth the specific issues relevant to promising cases.  Participation requires faculty approval.  Students must obtain a permission number to register for this course (contact Linda Starr, Lstarr@scu.edu).  NCIP 515A is the proper course to enroll in if you wish to take Advanced NCIP for 3 units or less for a grade. If you desire 4 or more units, you must register those extra units beyond 3 in NCIP 515B, as they will be credit/no credit. Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) is located in Charney Hall, Suite 108. This class meets the Professional Skills Requirement. Note: Students can take a maximum of 6 units of graded credit from any combination of NCIP course credit [i.e., NCIP  and NCIP Advanced Practice Clinic (Catalog numbers 505 and 515)].  Any additional units will be graded on a Credit/No Credit basis only.

82256 515B

Northern California Innocence Project Advanced Practice Clinic B

L. Starr
1 - 3 NCIP See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. Limited enrollment. Students who have completed the one-year NCIP course are encouraged to enroll in Advanced NCIP which provides the opportunity for them to continue to advance their individual cases and to research and discuss in-depth the specific issues relevant to promising cases.  Participation requires faculty approval.  Students must obtain a permission number from NCIP (contact Linda Starr,Lstarr@scu.edu).  NCIP 515B is the proper course to enroll in if you wish to take Advanced NCIP for credit/no credit. Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) is located in Charney Hall, Suite 108. This class meets the Professional Skills Requirement. Note: Students can take a maximum of 6 units of graded credit from any combination of NCIP course credit [i.e., NCIP  and NCIP Advanced Practice Clinic (Catalog numbers 505 and 515)].  Any additional units will be graded on a Credit/No Credit basis only.

82254 505B

Northern California Innocence Project B

L. Starr
1 - 3 NCIP See Notes See Notes-

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List A)

Professional Skills Course

Experiential Course

Credit/ No Credit . NCIP is a year-long program (Fall and Spring semesters), available to 2L and 3L students.  Students enroll for at least three units of academic credit per semester.  For each unit of credit, a student is responsible for 50 hours of participation, including casework and class attendance and participation.  To enroll in NCIP for a grade, you should enroll under 505A.  If you would like to enroll for credit/no credit, enroll under course number 505B. If you would like to enroll for more than three units of class per semester, you must enroll in those additional units under 505B for credit/no credit.  Students who enrolled in NCIP in Fall 2018 will automatically have permission to register for this course through eCampus in Spring 2019. Class will meet in Charney Hall 202. Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) is located in Charney Hall, Suite 108. Work and classes at the Innocence Project provide insight into our criminal justice system and the causes of wrongful conviction. You will receive professional skills training including case management, organization, and development as well as interviewing and counseling skills. You will have the opportunity to develop your legal writing ability through edited work on legal pleadings, professional communications and legal memoranda. These important skills transfer to professional work in law firms and government agencies, as well as criminal law practice. Note: Students can take a maximum of 6 units of graded credit from any combination of NCIP course credit [i.e., NCIP  and NCIP Advanced Practice Clinic (Catalog numbers 505 and 515)].  Any additional units will be graded on a Credit/No Credit basis only.

 
82552 568

Online Dispute Resolution: The State of the Art

C. Rule
1 205 See Notes See Notes-

Meet Friday, February 22nd, Saturday, February 23rd and Sunday, February 24th on the following schedule: Friday, February 22nd: 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. and Saturday, February 23rd: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Sunday, February 24th from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Enrollment is limited to 30 students. There are no prerequisites but knowledge of mediation would be helpful but is not required. The grade in the course will be based on class participation and a short paper. Students will need to bring a laptop with internet access.

82257 523

Panetta Fellowship

T. Pina, S. Magliozzi
3 See Notes See Notes See Notes-

Experiential Course

Credit/No Credit. To apply, students must submit a resume, a transcript, and a statement of interest to the Externship Program (ExPro). Students will also be given a brief writing exercise. Please see the ExPro website for more information and to submit any questions about the Panetta Fellowship Program or the selection process.

82258 636

Patent Prosecution

B. Baugh, M. North
2 201 Thurs 7:30 pm-9:10 pm

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course

This course satisfies the Professional Skills Requirement. This course covers practical aspects of drafting and prosecuting foreign and domestic patent applications, including the creation of a patent application, claim drafting and construction, international patent practice, and the strategic development of a patent portfolio.  Approved IP LLM Course.  Prerequisite: IP Survey (388)

82259 233

Patents

B. Love
3 207 Mon & Wed 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Apr 29, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Reading assignment for first class posted online. Approved IP LLM course. Prerequisite: IP Survey (388)

82270 302

Professional Responsibility (formerly Legal Profession)

D. Yosifon
3 102 Tues & Thurs 1:10 p.m.-2:25 p.m. May 01, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Required course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.

 

82271 302

Professional Responsibility (formerly Legal Profession)

M. Hsieh
3 102 Tues & Thurs 2:40 p.m.-3:55 p.m. May 03, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Required course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve.  Attendance is mandatory. No laptops in classroom; all classes are recorded for use of the enrolled students. 

 

82297 104

Property

D. Sloss
4 106 Mon and Tues & Thurs 9:00 a.m.-10:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. May 07, 2019 9:00 a.m.

First Year Class. See 1L Schedule.

82299 104

Property

M. Armstrong
4 102 Mon, Tues, Thurs 10:30 a.m.-11:55 a.m. May 07, 2019 1:30 p.m.

First Year Class. See 1L Schedule.

82300 104

Property

D. Kinyon
4 206 Tues & Thurs 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m. Apr 30, 2019 6:00 p.m.

First year class.  See 1L schedule. 

Attendance is mandatory.  No laptops in classroom; all classes are recorded for use of the enrolled students.

82298 104

Property

T. Yang
4 104 Tues & Thurs and Fri 2:40 p.m.-4:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m.-10:20 a.m. May 07, 2019 1:30 p.m.

First Year Class. See 1L Schedule.

82312 543

Real Estate Conveyancing

K. Stanley
2 104 Tues 4:10 pm-5:50 pm May 10, 2019 1:30 p.m.

UP Point class.  NOTE:  this class is subject to the grade curve.  An overview of the law and practice of real estate purchases and sales, covering bar-tested materials (MBE and essay), common law, and California statutory modifications.  This course has been reduced to two-units.  

82261 324

Remedies

J. Love
3 205 Tues & Thurs 2:40 p.m.-3:55 p.m. May 08, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Bar course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve. With the permission of the professor, a student may record a class for personal use.  Required texts for the course will be listed online as will the assignment for the first class.

82309 324

Remedies

N. Emanuel
3 106 Tues & Thurs 4:10 p.m.-5:25 p.m. May 10, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Bar course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve. With the permission of the professor, a student may record a class for personal use.  Required texts for the course will be listed online as will the assignment for the first class.

82262 258

Securities Regulation

N. Wojtas
3 205 Tues & Thur 6:00 p.m.-7:15 p.m. Apr 30, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law - Corporate Specialization Only

Professional Skills Course

This transaction-oriented course offers an introduction to the two most important federal securities laws: the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The course explores the disclosure obligations these statutes impose on the distribution and trading of investment securities such as common stock, preferred stock, debt and cryptocurrency, with the goal of training students to represent public and private companies in successfully negotiating the capital raising process. Topics to be covered include the preparation of disclosure documents, exemptions from disclosure requirements, the relationship between disclosure obligations and anti-fraud rules, and the duties of participants in securities transactions. The course will also explore whether these laws should apply to the distribution and trading of cryptocurrency, such as bitcoin, ether and the over 2000 tokens currently trading on foreign and, in some cases, domestic currency exchanges and will examine the regulatory efforts of the Securities and Exchange Commission in the cryptocurrency space.

Prerequisite:  Business Organizations (248)

82329 544

Statutory Analysis and Legislative Process

D. Liebert, K. Steinhardt
2 207 Tues 7:30 p.m.-9:10 p.m. Mar 19, 2019 7:30 p.m.

Class meets Jan 8th through March 5th.  There will be a mandatory workshop Friday, March 1st from 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 2nd from 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. 

82263 431

Supreme Court Seminar

E. Steinman
3 339 Wed 2:00 p.m.-4:45 p.m.

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law (List C)

Professional Skills Course

Required texts for the course will be listed online  as will the assignment for the first class.  Students can record any class without professor’s permission. Prerequisite: 200 Constitutional Law I.

82264 228

Technology Licensing

A. Zeinali
2 210 Tues 5:40 p.m.-7:20 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Professional Skills Course

Limited enrollment.  Reading assignment for first class posted online.  The top five students on the wait list should attend the first day.  Professor is willing to have a student tape a class with the permission of the professor for personal use only.  The class focus is on 1) understanding high tech licenses/agreements used by high-tech companies and law-firms and 2) agreement drafting theory and practice.  While not a prerequisite, IP Survey (388) would be helpful.

82267 478

Trade Secrets

E. Smithers
2 210 Wed 7:30 p.m.-9:10 p.m. May 03, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

This course, building on the Intellectual Property Survey, covers trade secret law in more detail, including the Uniform Trade Secret Act, the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, and California’s trade secret laws. The course also addresses how trade secret law can affect employee mobility. Prerequisite: IP Survey (388). Approved IP LL.M. course.

82327 227

Trademarks & Unfair Competition

T. Niv
3 207 Thurs 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. May 06, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

Attendance is mandatory.  Approved IP LLM course.  Prerequisite:  IP Survey.

82328 367

Transitional Justice

C. Josi
1 207 Thurs 4:20 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Feb 28, 2019 4:20 p.m.

This class will meet for the first 7 weeks only.

82268 325

Trial Techniques

H. Bonini
3 102 Tues and Thurs 5:45 pm-7:45 pm and 5:45 pm-7:15 pm

Professional Skills Course

Credit/No Credit. Students who do not attend the first day of class will be dropped by the professor. Attendance is mandatory. Limited enrollment.  This class fulfills the Professional Skills Requirement. Grade based on class exercises. Pre- or Co-requisite: Evidence (320).

82269 229

Venture Capital

G. Burnette
3 206 Tues & Thurs 10:30 am-11:45 am May 06, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Certificate(s): High Tech Law

This course introduces the operation of the venture capital industry from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The course focuses on both the business and legal challenges throughout the life cycle of venture capital funds from raising capital to create a fund through distributing profits to investors.  Assignments are designed to mimic tasks performed by new lawyers in a firm with VC funds as clients or tasks performed by new analysts in VC funds.  Pre-requisite: Business Organizations (248). 

82265 281

Wills and Trusts

E. Spitko
3 106 Mon & Wed 10:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. Apr 29, 2019 9:00 a.m.

Bar course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve. Attendance is mandatory. Professor does not allow laptops. Professor does not allow recording of this class. Required Texts for the course will be listed on the course Camino page as will the assignment for the first class.

82266 281

Wills and Trusts

J. Scharre, E. Kolko
3 104 Tues & Thurs 7:30 p.m.-8:45 p.m. May 10, 2019 6:00 p.m.

Bar course. UP point eligible course. Subject to grade curve. Attendance is mandatory. Required Texts for the course will be listed on the course Camino page as will the assignment for the first class.