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Seton Hall Law School

Fall 2011

Registration Handbook
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WHATS NEW?
SCHEDULING OF FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION AND EVIDENCE (DAY DIVISION) As this past year, we are once again offering one section of Evidence in the Fall semester, to be paired with a Spring semester section of Federal Income Taxation. We will hold a proportionate number of seats in this section for each of the registration groups. Once this section has closed, we will not be opening additional seats. The remaining Federal Income Taxation/Evidence sections will be offered in the traditional format of Federal Income Taxation in the Fall and Evidence in the Spring. In addition, in the Fall semester, students must register for the same section of either Business Associations and Federal Income Taxation or Business Associations and Evidence. For example, if you register for the Fall section of Evidence, you must also register for Section A of Business Associations. If you register for Section B of Federal Income Taxation, you must also register for Section B of Business Associations. If you are interested in the VITA pro bono program, or an IRS Externship, you must enroll in one of the Fall Tax/Spring Evidence sections. If you enroll in the full-year Evidence: Theory and Practice course, you must take Federal Income Taxation in the Fall.

EVENING STUDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN PROPERTY I, EVENING STUDENTS WHO WANT TO CONVERT TO THE FULL-TIME DIVISION, OR ANY OTHER STUDENT WHO NEEDS/DESIRES TO TAKE OR RE-TAKE THE 3 CREDIT PROPERTY II COURSE MUST TAKE PROPERTY II IN THE FALL, 2011 SEMESTER. THE 3 CREDIT VERSION OF PROPERTY II WILL NOT BE OFFERED AFTER THE FALL, 2011 SEMESTER. STARTING IN FALL 2011, 1L EVENING STUDENTS WILL TAKE A 3 CREDIT VERSION OF PROPERTY I IN THE FALL AND A 2 CREDIT VERSION OF PROPERTY II IN THE SPRING. IF YOU TOOK OR ARE TAKING THE 2 CREDIT VERSION OF PROPERTY I, YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO TAKE THE 2 CREDIT VERSION OF PROPERTY II.

RESTRICTION OF EMPLOYMENT The ABA requires that the Law School certifies that all full-time students who are registering for 12 or more credits are not employed more than 20 hours per week during the semester. In satisfaction of this requirement, all full-time students registering for at least 12 credits will need to Accept the following statement in order to enroll in classes. As a full-time student registering for 12 credits or more, I hereby certify that I will not work more than 20 hours in any week in which classes are in session. PART-TIME DAY AND EVENING STUDENTS Effective as of the Fall 2009 semester, part-time day and evening students will be restricted to registering for a maximum of 11 credits.

REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

CLASSIFICATION

LAW CREDITS EARNED

DATE

BETWEEN THE HOURS OF:

LLM & MSJ Evening Evening Evening PT Day FT Day

0 30 50 - 95 30 - 49 0 - 29 50 - 95 37 - 95

Tuesday, April 12 Tuesday, April 12 Wednesday, April 13 Thursday, April 14 Friday, April 15 Monday, April 18 B, H, J, M, Q C, F, K, O, P, W, Z Tuesday, April 19 A, G, I, S, T, U, Y D, E, L, N, R, V, X

11am 11pm 11am 11pm 11am 11pm 11am 11pm 11am 11pm

11am 3pm 4pm 8pm

11am 3pm 4pm 8pm

PT Day

30- 49

Monday, April 25 B, H, J, M, Q C, F, K, O, P, W, Z A, G, I, S, T, U, Y D, E, L, N, R, V, X Tuesday, April 26 B, E, M, W, X J, K, L, Q, S, T, V Wednesday, April 27 A, D, G, H, U, Y, Z C, F, I N, O, P, R

10am 12pm 12:30pm 2:30pm 3pm 5pm 5:30pm 7:30pm

FT Day & PT Day

0 - 36 0 - 29

11am 3pm 4pm 8pm

11am 3pm 4pm 8pm

Open Registration

0 - 95

April 28 August 26

web accessible 24/7

WEB REGISTRATION WORKSHEET


Check the registration schedule (see page 1) for your assigned web registration time slot. During the preregistration period, students are assigned times for registration. After April 27, registration is open to all students. 1) Make sure your computer is configured for on-line registration: Internet Explorer version 5.5 or higher is required: Cookies must be enabled; Pop-ups must be allowed. 2) Login to LAWnet. Click on myInfo tab and then Banner Self-Service link. 3) On the Main Menu, click on Student and Financial Aid, then on Registration. On the next menu screen, click on Add or Drop Classes. Click Submit to confirm Fall 2010 as your registration term. 4) Enter the CRNs of your classes in the boxes which appear on the Add Classes Worksheet. Press Submit changes to submit your course requests. Your schedule will appear; check it for accuracy. 5) Changing your schedule: If you need to modify your schedule by dropping a course, pull down the options in the Action column for the course. Highlight Drop on Web then press Submit to process the drop. If you dont press the Submit button after entering a drop action, you will remain in the course. To add a class, enter its CRN in the Add Classes Worksheet box. Press Submit to record your add request. To look up classes: From the Registration Menu, click on Look Up Classes. Select Fall2010 from the Term menu. Using the pull-down option, select the subject if you are seeking courses in a specific discipline. Also enter the course number if you are looking for sections of a specific course. You can also search by campus, course level, instructor, meeting day(s) and times.

COURSE SELECTIONS CRN 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) ALTERNATIVE COURSES 1) 2) 3) 4) Course Number Title Day Time

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Registrars Office 973-642-8502 973-642-8385 973-642-8162 973-642-8578 973-642-8744 973-642-8506

Bursars Office Financial Resource Management Associate Deans Office

OUTSTANDING TUITION BALANCE/FINANCIAL HOLDS


It is your responsibility to clear any unpaid balance with the Bursar's Office prior to registering via the web. Financial holds are automatically placed on your account regardless of the amount due. In addition, all monies must be received prior to the date of your registration, regardless of the source from which the tuition is being paid. If you have a current balance, you will be automatically blocked from registering for courses and will be referred to the Bursar's Office. This will result in having to restart the registration process (if cleared by the Bursar to register) and will reduce your chances of enrolling in your desired courses. OTHER HOLDS There are several types of holds which could affect your registration status, namely: bursar, academic, transcript, health services and financial aid. Prior to registration, it is recommended that you go online to check if you have any holds on your account. If one does exist, you should contact the appropriate department to resolve the hold. If you have any questions about a financial hold, please contact the Bursars Office at 973-642-8578.

JD REQUIREMENTS
Please click on the applicable link below to consult the curriculum chart for your division which lists the required courses and the semester in which they are scheduled to be taken. FULL-TIME PROGRAM EVENING PROGRAM PART-TIME PROGRAM

COURSE REGISTRATION PROCEDURES


1. All students registering for full-year courses are required to remain with the same professor during both semesters. 2. All students must register for required courses in the semester in which they are scheduled to be taken within the students' division, unless they receive written permission from the Dean of Students to defer a requirement. 3. Full-time students must register for the majority of their courses within their division unless prior written approval is received from the Dean of Students. Full-time students may register for electives offered in the evening, but do not receive priority for them. 4. Course sections beginning with the letters A-L are day courses and sections with the letters M-Z are evening courses. Course sections beginning with the letter E are available to both day and evening students. Not all courses offered before 6:05pm are available to evening students. Evening students should refer to the course section to determine eligibility for enrolling in any course scheduled during the day. 5. Course sections beginning with the letter Z are for MSJ students only.

NOTE: The Law School schedules courses according to the availability of facilities and instructors. Not all courses and seminars are offered each year. Several courses may be offered only in alternate years. The Law School reserves the right to add, delete, or to change any course, or the credit for any course, at any time. Some courses, and all seminars and clinical programs have limited enrollments. As in other law schools, Seton Hall Law School cannot assure every student the opportunity to take every desired course.

PASS/D OR FAIL OPTION POLICY


Once during a students last four semesters, he or she may opt to take an elective course (excluding clinics) on a Pass/ D or Fail option. It is entirely up to the professor teaching the course whether he or she chooses to make this option available, and if so, may only be up to a maximum of 20% of the class. The Registrars Office will determine if more students request the Pass/D or Fail option than there are seats, which students are permitted to take any course Pass/D or Fail. No student may take an AWR course using this option if he or she needs AWR certification for the graduation requirement. Courses that are offered with the option of Pass/D or Fail are noted in the schedule of classes enclosed in this handbook. A course that is only offered on a Pass/D or Fail basis shall not count as the one elective that may be taken on a Pass/D or Fail basis. To apply to take a course that is offering this option, you must submit the Pass/D or Fail Option for Elective Courses form. Students will receive an e-mail notification as to whether or not their request has been approved. Early Filing Deadline: Friday, April 27 Late Filing Deadline: Friday, August 19

EXAMINATIONS
Final examinations will not be scheduled until after the Drop/Add period. Students who have an exam conflict may then request a rescheduling of an examination based on the Law Schools Conflict Policy. The exam schedule will be posted on our website by the week of September 19th.

CREDIT LOAD
A full-time student is required to register for a minimum of 12 credits with a maximum of 16 credits. This limitation applies to joint degree candidates as well. A part-time day or evening student is required to register for a minimum of eight credits with a maximum of 11 credits. No student on probation will be permitted to register for courses in excess of the maximum set forth in your letter of probation. Any deviation from the above credit load must be approved in writing by the Dean of Students prior to registering.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT
All students must meet the law schools residency requirements in order to be certified for graduation. A full-time student must be in residence for at least six semesters with a minimum of 10 credits each semester and a part-time student must be in residence for at least eight semesters with a minimum of eight credits each semester. Any student who has changed divisions or is seeking to graduate a semester early must check with the Registrar in order to ensure compliance with this requirement.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS/PREREQUISITES
Students are responsible for checking course pre/co-requisites

ADVISORS
There will be a number of faculty members and administrators who are available for advisement during registration. Please feel free to contact any advisor on the list for an appointment to discuss your schedule.

DROP/ADD PROCEDURES
The Drop/Add period consists of the first week of classes Monday, August 22 Friday, August 26. No student will be permitted to drop/add after the first week of classes, nor will any student receive academic credit that is not officially registered by Friday, August 26.

COURSE WITHDRAWAL
A student is permitted to withdraw from a course up until the day of the scheduled examination, or if self-scheduled, the last day of examinations. In the case of a seminar, a student may withdraw up to the day in which the paper is due. However, no student may attempt more than 95 credits of academic work (98 as of the Fall 2009 entering class), including retaken courses. A course from which a student withdraws with the approval of the Dean of Students does not count as an attempted course. Notwithstanding the above, any student who is involuntarily withdrawn or who withdraws, with or without approval, from more than 20 credits will be automatically dismissed. No refund of tuition is granted for course withdrawals after the Drop/Add period. A student withdrawing from any course, including externships, journals, clinics, moot court or Independent Research will receive a grade of "WD" (Withdrawal).

CLASS CANCELLATIONS
Students will be notified by phone or e-mail in the event a course is cancelled. If a course is cancelled, a student has the following options, (1) drop the course and receive a full refund or (2) replace the cancelled course with another course.

JANUARY 2012 DEGREE APPLICATION


All LLM, JD, and MSJ candidates who intend to complete degree requirements after the Fall 2011 semester, must file the online Application for Graduation form with the Registrars Office. Applications must be received by 6:00 pm, Friday, August 26. Failure to file this application may result in the student's graduation date being the next available date after the succeeding semester.

CREDIT FOR JOURNALS


1. As an editor of the Law Review, eight is the maximum number of journal credits that may be earned. (Beginning with the Fall 2009 entering class, six is the maximum number of credits that an editor can earn in any journal). 2. As a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, Legislative Journal or Circuit Review, six is the maximum number of credits that may be earned. 3. As a member of any journal, the maximum number of journal credits that may be earned is six. (Beginning with the Fall 2009 entering class, members of any journal may only receive one credit in any semester). 4. No member or editor may register for more than three journal credits in any semester. (Beginning with the Fall 2009 entering class, editors on any journal may receive only two credits in any semester).

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH - Minimum 3.00 GPA


Students interested in registering for Independent Research must complete the online Independent Research Approval Form and obtain the appropriate signatures of the faculty advisor and the Independent Research Committee members. Upon submission of the approval form, students will be registered for the course, but in no case will any student be registered later than the end of the Drop/Add period (first week of the semester). It is the student's responsibility to insure that the completed form is returned to the Registrar's Office before the end of the Drop/Add period.

CONCENTRATIONS
The Law School offers concentrations in Health Law and Intellectual Property.

THE SKILLS CURRICULUM

The Skills Curriculum offers students rigorous training in the skills needed to practice law. The classes utilize simulation exercises where students are required to engage in real lawyering tasks such as advocating for a client at trial, drafting a legal brief or contract, and mediating a dispute. These courses have limited enrollment (generally 8-12 students per section), thereby allowing significant interaction with and feedback from faculty. Many of these classes are taught by adjunct professors who are experts in the area. For example, federal judges and experienced trial lawyers teach many of the litigation skills courses. REQUIRED COURSES Each law student is required to take three skills courses prior to graduation. 1. 2. 3. Legal Research and Writing (LAW 6003-04) Appellate Advocacy (MTCT 7151) Persuasion and Advocacy (PRMD 8210) Legal Research and Writing In Legal Research and Writing students learn how to adapt their research and writing skills to the legal context. Professors who are expert legal writers provide in-depth feedback on writing assignments and work closely with students in small classes to hone these critical skills.

Appellate Advocacy Appellate Advocacy is a two credit required course that meets once a week in sections of no more than 16 students. Each section will be taught by an instructor with the assistance of a member of the Moot Court Board, who will focus on brief writing skills, advocacy strategy and oral argument skills. Students receive a letter grade for the course, based upon completion of an appellate brief, a final round of oral argument, and participation in class and conferences. Students will prepare drafts and a final brief on a one-issue moot court problem, present several practice rounds of oral argument and one graded round, and meet in individual conferences with the instructor. Students customarily register for Appellate Advocacy in the first semester of the second year (day division), second semester of the second year (part-time day division) or in the first semester of the third year (evening division). New law journal members are advised to wait until Spring semester to register for Appellate Advocacy. This sequence allows the maximum opportunity for students to participate in the Gressman Competition, the Interscholastic Moot Court Board and the Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Board. This traditional sequence also affords students maximum flexibility in completing the AWR requirement, course selection, clinical participation, and other academic/co-curricular activities.

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Persuasion and Advocacy Persuasion and Advocacy teaches students the art of persuasion. While the course uses the context of a courtroom, the skills developed are applicable across the spectrum of legal work, whether in corporate negotiations, zoning board presentations, or appellate arguments. The exercises and simulations focus on the integration of storytelling and thematic development into the basic skills of direct examination, crossexamination, opening statements, and closing arguments. This is a highly participatory course, and students will be asked to participate in drills and simulations in every class. In addition to the sections of Persuasion and Advocacy offered in the Fall 2011, multiple sections of the course will also be offered in the 2012 Winter Session for those students who are interested in taking the course in an accelerated full-day setting.

ADVANCED SKILLS COURSES The law school offers a number of advanced skills courses where students can further exercise and improve their lawyering skills in specialized areas such as litigation, alternative dispute resolution, and transactional practice. For the Fall 2011 semester, the following advanced skills courses will be offered. 1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Advanced Civil Practice (PRMD 9218) Advanced Criminal Practice (PRMD 9219) Clinics (CLIN) Advanced Mediation Skills (PRMD 9228) Advanced Arbitration Skills (PRMD 9224) Advanced Negotiation Skills (PRMD 9226) Investor Advocacy Project (PRMD8220-21) Transactional Skills (PRMD 9222)

Advanced Writing Requirement All students are required to fulfill a substantial writing requirement for graduation. The following courses offered will fulfill this requirement. The courses listed are the only courses offered during the Spring 2010 semester which will fulfill the Advanced Writing Requirement. COURSE Advanced Entertainment Law Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Law and Religion Constitutional and Political Issues in Education Reform Current United States Supreme Court, The District Court Opinion Drafting Simulation Health Information Privacy and Innovation (take-home exam for LLM & MSJ students) Issues in Corporate Governance and Securities Regulation Law and Genetics (take-home exam for LLM & MSJ students) Law in Contemporary China Law and Sexuality 11 PROFESSOR Saunders Riccio McCauliff Livermore Wefing Hartnett Pasquale Johnson Bernstein Lewis Poirier

Legal Implications of the Middle Eastern Revolutions and Revolts, The Legal Issues in Online Communities Religion and the First Amendment

Freamon Jennings/Nuara DiPietro

NOTE: Students who enroll in the above courses must meet AWR standards even if they do not need AWR certification.

For all papers which are intended to satisfy the Advanced Writing Requirement, the professor must agree that the topic is appropriate for advanced legal writing credit. After completion of the paper, the professor must certify to the Registrar that the paper satisfies the Advanced Writing Requirement. At the option of the professor, this certification may be based on revisions which are made after the student has received a final grade in the seminar. Revisions made after the conclusion of the seminar shall not result in any change in the final grade. The following also qualify for the Advanced Writing Requirement: Students may receive AWR certification for comments written for any of the four journals: Law Review, Legislative Journal, Sports and Entertainment Law; and Circuit Review. The faculty member supervising the comment must certify that the comment satisfies the AWR requirement as specified on our website.

Externships Students can develop their practical skills in real lawyering contexts through the Externship Program. Seton Hall has a broad range of Externship placements in approximately 65 not-for-profit and governmental organizations, with judges of approved courts, and with select entertainment organizations. The Externship Program provides students the opportunity to obtain academic credit for interning with approved organizations, provided all requirements are met.

CURRICULUM PLANNING Persuasion and Advocacy is a prerequisite for the advanced litigation and transactional skills courses, and students who are interested in further developing their skills for legal practice should take Persuasion and Advocacy early enough in their law school career to allow room for these advanced courses. To enroll in Advanced Civil Practice and Advanced Criminal Practice, students must also have completed either the one-semester Evidence course or at least one semester of the full-year Evidence: Theory and Practice course. Either Advanced Civil Practice or Advanced Criminal Practice is a prerequisite for The Trial of a Civil Action or The Trial of a Criminal Matter. To enroll in clinical courses, students must first complete courses in Persuasion and Advocacy, Evidence, and Professional Responsibility. Dispute Resolution Processes is required for students seeking to compete in regional and national ADR competitions. Some skills courses are only offered once per year, while others may be offered only in alternating years. Thus, students should plan ahead for skills courses. In addition, other advanced skills courses may be added to the curriculum in future semesters.

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LIMIT ON SKILLS AND SELF-DIRECTED WORK CREDITS


No more than 15 credits of skills and self-directed work credits shall count towards graduation. This would include skills courses (excluding Persuasion and Advocacy), journals, externships, moot court (excluding Appellate Advocacy), Independent Research, and clinics (non-classroom component only).

EQUIVALENCY COURSES
There are a number of courses which have substantial overlap in course coverage and as a result, not all of them may be counted towards degree requirements.

CLASS ATTENDANCE POLICY


The Law School has a mandatory Class Attendance Policy which calls for students to attend a minimum of 75% of class sessions in a course or be administratively withdrawn from the course. No excused absences are permitted. An absence for any reason, including late registration, counts towards the maximum of 25% absences allowed.

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TUITION & FEES


LLM Tuition $1,341.00 per credit LLM University Fee $200.00 per semester LLM Technology Fee $220.00 per semester JD Full-Time Tuition____________________________________________$23,000 per semester JD Part-Time Tuition ____________________________ $17,245.00 per semester JD University Fee $200.00 per semester JD Technology Fee $220.00 per semester MSJ Tuition $935.00 per credit MSJ University Fee $100.00 per semester MSJ Technology Fee $110.00 per semester Late Registration Fee $50.00 Late Payment Fee (minimum) $35.00 Late Payment Fee (maximum) *$250.00 *This fee applies to any semester bill remaining unpaid after the last day of the registration period. REFUND OF TUITION FOR STUDENTS ON TOTAL WITHDRAWAL FROM LAW SCHOOL Withdrawal effective within: Drop/Add period..100% 2nd week of classes...........................................80% 3rd week of classes.........................................60% 4th week of classes.........................................40% 5th week of classes.........................................20% After 5th week of classes.....................No Refund The University strictly enforces this refund schedule. Note: The above chart is only for total withdrawal from the law school. No refunds are made for withdrawal from any course after the first week of classes. The date on which written notice of withdrawal from the Law School is received by the Registrar governs both the academic and financial consequences. A student that wishes to return to the Law School in the future must write to the Dean of Students to request a leave of absence. A student who does not officially withdraw and fails to sit for examinations will receive a grade of "F" in each course.

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BILLING, PAYMENT, AND FINANCIAL AID


BILLING All students who have registered will receive an e-mail notification when an E-bill has been posted to their account. Please note that the University will be including a charge for health insurance to all students registered for nine or more credits. PAYMENT In order to avoid late fees, payments must be received by the due date on the E-Bill. Instructions are included with the E-Bill to pay by installments through TuitionPay. Credit card payments must be done online through Banner selfservice (MasterCard or American Express). Payments made with either an American Express or a Master Card credit card will be charged a convenience fee of 2.3 percent of the amount charged. All inquiries regarding payment and charges should be directed to the Bursar's Office at (973) 642-8578. FINANCIAL AID All approved financial aid will be printed on the bill and deducted from the total due. If an award does not appear, contact the Office of Financial Resource Management (973-642-8744) and/or the source of the award to determine how to document your financial aid. No undocumented awards may be deducted from ones bill. LOANS Apply according to the financial aid deadlines posted. details. Contact the Office of Financial Resource Management for

Note: Students failing to meet application deadlines for financial aid or bank loans, who thereby fail to pay by the due date, will be subject to a late fee.

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Time
8:30-9:30AM

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9:00-10:00AM

10:10-11:10AM

12:30-1:30PM

1:40-2:40PM

2:50-3:50PM

3:55-5:55PM

6:05-8:05PM

8:15-10:15PM

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Academic Calendar 2011-12


FALL 2011
July 31 - Aug 12 Legal Education Opportunities (LEO) Program August 18 - 19 New Student Orientation August 22 First Day of Classes September 5 Labor Day - no classes September 28 Rosh Hashana - no evening classes September 29 Rosh Hashana - no day classes October 9 - 15 Fall Break November 23 Friday Schedule November 24 - 25 Thanksgiving Break November 29 Thursday (Day) / Wednesday (Eve) Schedule December 1 Last Day of Classes December 2 - 5 Reading Period December 6 - 10 Final Exams December 12 - 15 Final Exams December 16 Exam Make-ups (if needed)

SPRING 2012
January 2 - 13 Winter Session January 18 First Day of Classes March 4 - 10 Spring Break April 4 Friday Schedule April 5 - 6 Easter Break April 26 Last Day of Classes April 27 Snow Day April 28 - May 1 Reading Period May 2 - 5 Final Exams May 7 - 11 Final Exams May 25 Graduation (tentative)

SUMMER 2012
May 29 First Day of Classes July 4 Independence Day - no classes July 17 Thursday Schedule July 19 - 22 Reading Period July 23 - 26 Final Exams

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CLIN - Clinics 7164 - Juvenile Justice Clinic [2 crs] [CLN] Pre-Requisite: PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34070 AA TBA TBA Ross, Philip Co-Requisite: 08:10 am 10:20 am Pre-Requisite: Ross, Philip PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34035 AA TBA TBA Pre-Requisite: Fisher, Linda PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34037 BB TBA TBA Pre-Requisite: Jeffries, Shavar PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34036 AA Tue 1:40 pm 3:40 pm Pre-Requisite: Fisher, Linda PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34038 BB Tue 1:40 pm 3:40 pm Jeffries, Shavar Co-Requisite: CLIN7180 Co-Requisite: CLIN7180 Co-Requisite: CLIN7181 Co-Requisite: CLIN7181 CLIN7164 Co-Requisite: CLIN7165 CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

7165 - Juvenile Justice Clinic [1 crs] [LEC] 34435 AA Tue

7180 - Civil Litigation Clinic [4 crs] [CLN]

7180 - Civil Litigation Clinic [4 crs] [CLN]

7181 - Civil Litigation Clinic [1 crs] [LEC]

7181 - Civil Litigation Clinic [1 crs] [LEC]

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JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Pre-Requisite: Room Faculty Name PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34057 34057 AA AA TBA TBA TBA TBA Pre-Requisite: Miles, Jessica Kelly, Kevin PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34058 34058 AA AA Tue Tue 1:40 pm 1:40 pm 3:40 pm 3:40 pm Pre-Requisite: Kelly, Kevin Miles, Jessica PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34066 AA TBA TBA Pre-Requisite: Romberg, Jonathan PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34067 AA Thu 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Pre-Requisite: Romberg, Jonathan PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34045 AA TBA TBA Azmy, Baher Co-Requisite: CLIN7187 Co-Requisite: CLIN7184 No Laptops Allowed No Laptops Allowed Co-Requisite: CLIN7185 Co-Requisite: CLIN7182 Comments Co-Requisite: CLIN7183

7182 - Family Law Clinic [4 crs] [CLN]

7183 - Family Law Clinic Symposium [1 crs] [LEC]

7184 - Impact Litigation Clinic [2 crs] [CLN]

7185 - Impact Litigation Clinic [0 crs] [LEC]

7186 - Civil Rts and Const Lit Clinic [4 crs] [CLN]

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JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Pre-Requisite: Room Faculty Name PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34046 AA Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: Azmy, Baher PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34065 AA TBA TBA Pre-Requisite: Nessel, Lori PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34064 COML - Commercial Law 7121 - Commercial Law Survey [3 crs] [LEC] Pre-Requisite: LAW6005 OR LAW6006 AND LAW6007 34447 EM Mon Tue 1:40 pm 3:10 pm Franzese, Paula AA Wed 11:20 am 1:20 pm Nessel, Lori Co-Requisite: CLIN7190 Co-Requisite: CLIN7191 Comments Co-Requisite: CLIN7186

7187 - Civil Rts and Const Lit Clinic [1 crs] [LEC]

7190 - Immg Rts-Intern Hum Rts Clinic [4 crs] [CLN]

7191 - Immig Rts-Inter Hum Rts Clinic [1 crs] [LEC]

7123 - Insurance [2 crs] [LEC] 34337 EM Thu 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Hanson, Gerard

7129 - Construction Law [2 crs] [LEC] 34336 EM Tue 3:55 pm 5:55 pm McLellan, Harry Pass/D or Fail Option

8130 - Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rgts [4 crs] [LEC] 34444 CORP - Corporate Law 7131 - Business Associations [4 crs] [LEC] 34019 34019 AA AA Tue Thu Fri 11:20 am 11:20 am 1:20 pm 12:20 pm Johnson, Kristin Johnson, Kristin EM Tue Wed 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Simkovic, Michael Pass/D or Fail Option

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JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

7131 - Business Associations [4 crs] [LEC] 34022 BB Mon Tue Thu 09:50 am 11:10 am Lao, Marina

7131 - Business Associations [4 crs] [LEC] 34021 CC Mon Tue Thu 11:20 am 12:40 pm Lubben, Stephen

7131 - Business Associations [4 crs] [LEC] 34020 34020 DD DD Tue Wed Thu 1:40 pm 09:50 am 3:00 pm 11:10 am Riccio, Ronald Riccio, Ronald

7131 - Business Associations [4 crs] [LEC] 34445 34445 MM MM Tue Thu 7:50 pm 6:05 pm 9:50 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Prempeh, Henry Prempeh, Henry CORP7131 Johnson, Kristin AWR Seminar

9130 - Issues in Corp Gov & Sec Reg [3 crs] [SEM] 34455 CRJU - Crim Just - Law School 7401 - Crim Pro-Inv-Arr and Counsel [4 crs] [LEC] 34147 AA Mon Wed 11:20 am MM Thu

1:20 pm

Alexander, Mark

7401 - Crim Pro-Inv-Arr and Counsel [4 crs] [LEC] 34148 34148 MM MM Tue Thu 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 10:15 pm 8:05 pm Healy, Thomas Healy, Thomas

7402 - Crim Pro-Pros and Adj [3 crs] [LEC] 34448 34448 MM MM Tue Thu 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Pre-Requisite: 09:00 am 11:00 am Carroll, Jenny Carroll, Jenny LAW6014 Hayden, Katharine

7408 - Criminal Sentencing [2 crs] [LEC] 34554 ENVR - Environmental Law 7605 - Envir Jus-Theory & Practice [3 crs] [LEC] 34452 EXTN - Externship 9161 - Judicial Externship [2 crs] [EXT] 34069 AA TBA EM Mon Wed 11:20 am EM Wed

12:50 pm

Godsil, Rachel

TBA

McLaughlin, Denis

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JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

HIPH - History and Philosophy 7504 - Professional Responsibility [2 crs] [LEC] 34150 AA Wed 09:00 am 11:00 am Sheppard, Brian

7504 - Professional Responsibility [2 crs] [LEC] 34149 MM Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Mouzon, Fruqan

7508 - Military Law [2 crs] [LEC] 34339 EM Mon 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Greenberg, William

7517 - Islamic Jurisprudence [2 crs] [LEC] 34529 EM Tue 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Freamon, Bernard

9506 - Law and Literature [2 crs] [SEM] 34381 EM Wed 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Nardone, Diane Pass/D or Fail Option - No Laptops Allowed

9525 - Const and Pol Iss in Ed Reform [3 crs] [SEM] 34528 HLTH - Health Law 7503 - Health Law [4 crs] [LEC] 34362 34362 MM MM Mon Wed 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 10:15 pm 8:05 pm Pasquale, Frank Pasquale, Frank EM Mon 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Livermore, Craig AWR Seminar

7511 - Mental Health Law [2 crs] [LEC] 34365 MM Wed 6:05 pm 8:05 pm TBA

7513 - Drug and Med Dev Liab and Pol [2 crs] [LEC] 34373 MM Thu 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Van Itallie, Theodore

8500 - Food and Drug Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34363 34363 MM MM Mon Wed 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Paradise, Jordan Paradise, Jordan

8508 - Medical Malpractice [2 crs] [LEC] 34367 MM Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Britcher, E.

8509 - Antitrust and Life Sciences [2 crs] [LEC] 34369 MM Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm McBride, Andrew

9500 - LLM Thesis I [2 crs] [MST] 34119 AA TBA TBA Cummings, Helen

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

9502 - LLM Thesis II [3 crs] [MST] 34120 AA TBA TBA Cummings, Helen

9530 - Hlth Infor Priv and Innovation [3 crs] [SEM] 34371 INDL - Intellect - Indust Prop 7301 - Intellectual Property [3 crs] [LEC] 34348 EM Mon Wed 11:20 am 12:50 pm Bernstein, Gaia EM Tue 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Pasquale, Frank AWR Seminar

7305 - Entertainment Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34451 EM Wed Thu 1:40 pm 3:10 pm Hampden, Brenda

7309 - Cybersecurity Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34360 34360 MM MM Tue Thu 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Opderbeck, David Opderbeck, David

8301 - Copyright [3 crs] [LEC] 34350 34350 MM MM Mon Wed 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 9:45 pm 7:35 pm Politano, Frank Politano, Frank Pass/D or Fail Option Pass/D or Fail Option

8302 - Trademark and Unfair Comp [3 crs] [LEC] 34354 34354 MM MM Mon Wed 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm O'Shea, John O'Shea, John

8303 - Patent Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34352 34352 MM MM Tue Thu 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 9:45 pm 7:35 pm Pre-Requisite: Dworetsky, Samuel Dworetsky, Samuel INDL7305 OR INDL7314 OR INDL8301 34614 MM Thu 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: Crowell, Thomas INDL7301 OR INDL8301 OR INDL8302 34358 MM Thu 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Farber, Michele Pass/D or Fail Option

8315 - Film Law [2 crs] [LEC]

8317 - Intellect Property Licensing [2 crs] [LEC]

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Pre-Requisite: 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Room Faculty Name INDL8303 Fischer, Leslie INDL7305 Hampden, Brenda AWR Seminar Pass/D or Fail Option Comments

9305 - Patent Claim Drafting [2 crs] [WTG] 34356 MM Mon

9314 - Advanced Entertainment Law [3 crs] [SEM] 34442 MM Tue

9318 - Law and Genetics [3 crs] [SEM] 34458 MM Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Bernstein, Gaia AWR Seminar

9327 - Leg Iss in Online Communities [3 crs] [SEM] 34573 34573 INTL - International Legal Stu 7608 - European Union Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34527 EM Mon Wed 1:40 pm 3:10 pm McCauliff, Catherine EM EM Tue Tue 3:55 pm 3:55 pm 5:55 pm 5:55 pm Jennings, E.Judson Nuara, Leonard AWR Seminar AWR Seminar

8600 - International Law [4 crs] [LEC] 34456 34456 MM MM Tue Thu 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 10:15 pm 8:05 pm Bulbulia, Ahmed Bulbulia, Ahmed

8610 - Fed Reg of Intern'tl Trade [2 crs] [LEC] 34507 EM Tue 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Pre-Requisite: Donohue, John LAW6015 OR LAW6012 AND LAW6013 34465 EM Wed 1:40 pm 3:40 pm Riccio, Ronald AWR Seminar Pass/D or Fail Option

9606 - Comparative Constitutional Law [3 crs] [SEM]

9613 - Law in Contemporary China [3 crs] [SEM] 34459 EM Thu 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Lewis, Margaret AWR Seminar - No Laptops Allowed

9618 - Legal Imp Mid East Revolutions [3 crs] [SEM] 34530 EM Mon 11:20 am 1:20 pm Freamon, Bernard AWR Seminar

9620 - Comparative Law and Religion [3 crs] [SEM] 34565 EM Thu 1:40 pm 3:40 pm McCauliff, Catherine AWR Seminar

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title JRNL - Journals 7142 - Legislative Bureau Member [1 crs] [JRN] 34118 AA TBA TBA Martin, Robert CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

7143 - Legislative Bureau Editor [1 crs] [JRN] 34117 AA TBA TBA Martin, Robert

7145 - Legislative Bureau Editor [2 crs] [JRN] 34116 AA TBA TBA Martin, Robert

7146 - Law Review Member [1 crs] [JRN] 34073 AA TBA TBA Coverdale, John

7147 - Law Review Editor [1 crs] [JRN] 34072 AA TBA TBA Coverdale, John

7149 - Law Review Editor [2 crs] [JRN] 34071 AA TBA TBA Coverdale, John

7155 - Sports and Enter Law Jour Edit [2 crs] [JRN] 34135 AA TBA TBA Sullivan, Charles

7156 - Sports and Enter Law Jour Mem [1 crs] [JRN] 34134 AA TBA TBA Sullivan, Charles

7157 - Sports and Enter Law Jour Edit [1 crs] [JRN] 34136 AA TBA TBA Sullivan, Charles

7163 - Circuit Review Member [1 crs] [JRN] 34034 AA TBA TBA Steinman, Adam

7164 - Circuit Review Editor [1 crs] [JRN] 34033 AA TBA TBA Steinman, Adam

7166 - Circuit Review Editor [2 crs] [JRN] 34025 LABR - Labor and Employ Law 8106 - Employment Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34450 EM Tue Thu 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Glynn, Timothy AA TBA TBA Steinman, Adam

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title LAW - Law Core 6000 - Skills and Methods [0 crs] [LEC] 34133 FF Fri 08:30 am 10:00 am Bennett, Christina CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

6001 - Civil Procedure I [3 crs] [LEC] 34044 34044 MM MM Mon Wed 6:05 pm 7:50 pm 7:35 pm 9:20 pm Fisher, Linda Fisher, Linda

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34074 AA Thu 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34075 AB Thu 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34076 AC Thu 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34077 AD Thu 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34078 AE Thu 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34080 BA Wed 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34090 BB Wed 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34091 BC Wed 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34092 BD Wed 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34093 BE Wed 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34094 CA Mon 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34095 CB Mon 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34097 CC Mon 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34098 CD Mon 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34099 CE Mon 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34100 CF Mon 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34101 DA Tue 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34102 DB Tue 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34103 DC Tue 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34105 DD Tue 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34106 DE Tue 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [1 crs] [WTG] 34079 DF Tue 08:30 am 10:00 am TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34107 MM Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34108 MN Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34109 MO Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34110 MP Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34111 MR Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34112 MT Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34113 MU Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

6003 - Legal Research and Writing I [2 crs] [WTG] 34564 MV Tue 8:15 pm 9:45 pm TBA

6005 - Contracts [5 crs] [LEC] 34048 34048 AA AA Mon Wed Thu 10:10 am 1:40 pm 11:50 am 3:20 pm Boon, Kristen Boon, Kristen

6005 - Contracts [5 crs] [LEC] 34049 BB Tue Wed Fri 10:10 am 11:50 am Caraballo, Wilfredo

6005 - Contracts [5 crs] [LEC] 34050 34050 CC CC Tue Wed Thu Fri 09:00 am 10:10 am 10:15 am 11:25 am Sullivan, Charles Sullivan, Charles

6005 - Contracts [5 crs] [LEC] 34051 DD Mon Wed Thu 09:00 am 10:40 am Denbeaux, Mark

6006 - Contracts I [3 crs] [LEC] 34052 34052 MM MM Mon Wed 7:50 pm 6:05 pm 9:20 pm 7:35 pm Romberg, Jonathan Romberg, Jonathan

6008 - Torts I [4 crs] [LEC] 34137 AA Mon Tue Wed 1:40 pm 3:00 pm Opderbeck, David

6008 - Torts I [4 crs] [LEC] 34139 BB Mon Wed Thu 1:40 pm 3:00 pm Maldonado, Solangel No Laptops Allowed

6008 - Torts I [4 crs] [LEC] 34140 CC Mon Wed Thu 1:40 pm 3:00 pm Sheppard, Brian

6008 - Torts I [4 crs] [LEC] 34138 34138 DD DD Mon Wed Thu 11:20 am 1:40 pm 12:40 pm 3:00 pm Jacobi, John Jacobi, John

6009 - Civil Procedure [5 crs] [LEC] 34040 AA Tue Thu Fri 10:10 am 11:50 am Steinman, Adam

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

6009 - Civil Procedure [5 crs] [LEC] 34041 34041 BB BB Mon Thu Tue 10:10 am 1:40 pm 11:50 am 3:20 pm Hafetz, Jonathan Hafetz, Jonathan

6009 - Civil Procedure [5 crs] [LEC] 34039 CC Mon Tue Thu 11:20 am 1:10 pm McLaughlin, Denis

6009 - Civil Procedure [5 crs] [LEC] 34042 DD Tue Thu Fri 11:20 am 1:00 pm Glynn, Timothy

6010 - Property I [3 crs] [LEC] 34463 MM Tue Thu 6:05 pm 7:35 pm Pre-Requisite: Tue Thu 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Carmella, Angela LAW6010 Franzese, Paula Franzese, Paula

6011 - Property II [3 crs] [LEC] 34132 34132 MM MM

6012 - Constitutional Law I [2 crs] [LEC] 34047 MTCT - Moot Court Programs 7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34005 GA Tue 08:30 am 10:00 am Smith, Laura MM Mon 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Wefing, John

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34007 GB Tue 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Keller, Chester

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34013 GC Tue 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Martin, Edward

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34010 GD Thu 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Pennington, Lara

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34011 GE Wed 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Mazur, Philip

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34006 GF Wed 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Cassell, Susan

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34012 GG Wed 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Haskins, Joseph

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34014 GH Thu 08:30 am 10:00 am Tracy, Jessica

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34015 GI Thu 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Noriega, Michael

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34017 RM Tue 6:05 pm 7:35 pm Brady, Colleen

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34018 RN Wed 6:05 pm 7:35 pm Clark, James

7151 - Appellate Advocacy [2 crs] [MCT] 34016 RP Wed 6:05 pm 7:35 pm Brady, Robert

8150 - Appel Adv Mt Ct Board Member [1 crs] [MCT] 34004 AA TBA TBA Barbazan, Carmen Spring Director Only

8152 - Appel Adv MT Ct Board Member [0 crs] [MCT] 34002 AA TBA TBA Barbazan, Carmen

8153 - Appel Adv Mt Ct Board Director [2 crs] [MCT] 34003 PRFM - Personal and Family Law 7001 - Family Law-Marriage and Div [4 crs] [LEC] 34555 AA Tue Thu 11:20 am 1:20 pm St Romain, Claudette AA TBA TBA Barbazan, Carmen Fall Director Only

7001 - Family Law-Marriage and Div [4 crs] [LEC] 34454 34454 MM MM Mon Wed 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 10:15 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Maldonado, Solangel Maldonado, Solangel LAW6008 McDowell, Andrea No Laptops Allowed No Laptops Allowed

7005 - Products Liability [2 crs] [LEC] 34460 PRMD - Practice-Proc-Remedies 7201 - Evidence [3 crs] [LEC] 34453 AA Tue Wed Fri 09:50 am EM Wed

11:10 am

Lillquist, Erik

Midterm Exam - No Laptops Allowed.

7205 - Evidence-Theory and Practice [3 crs] [LEC] 34056 EM Tue Thu Fri 12:30 pm 1:30 pm Risinger, D Michael Full-Year Course

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

8202 - New Jersey Practice [3 crs] [LEC] 34338 34338 MM MM Mon Wed 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Pinilis, William Pinilis, William Pass/D or Fail Option Pass/D or Fail Option

8203 - New York Practice [3 crs] [LEC] 34581 34581 EM EM Mon Thu 1:40 pm 1:40 pm 2:40 pm 3:40 pm Jennings, E.Judson Jennings, E.Judson

8206 - Conflict of Laws [3 crs] [LEC] 34464 EM Tue Thu 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Risinger, D Michael

8209 - Dispute Resolution Processes [2 crs] [SKL] 34438 EM Tue 11:20 am 1:20 pm Williams, Rosemarie

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34122 AA Mon 11:20 am 1:20 pm DiTommaso, Jennifer

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34123 AB Wed 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Brown, Garrett

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34125 MM Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Ragonese, David

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34126 MN Thu 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Mullin, Kathleen

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34127 MO Wed 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Bongiovanni, Tonianne

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34128 MP Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Cole, Charles

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34129 MR Wed 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Wilkinson, Thomas

8210 - Persuasion and Advocacy [2 crs] [SKL] 34121 MT Mon 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Smolar, Karen

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Pre-Requisite: Room Faculty Name PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34436 AA TBA TBA Pre-Requisite: White, David PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 AND HIPH7504 AND PRMD8210 34437 AA Tue 10:10 am 12:10 pm White, David Co-Requisite: PRMD8220 Comments Co-Requisite: PRMD8221

8220 - Investor Advocacy Project [2 crs] [SKL]

8221 - Investor Advocacy Project [0 crs] [LEC]

9217 - Disctrict Ct Opinion Draft Sim [3 crs] [SEM] 34531 EM Thu 1:40 pm 3:40 pm Pre-Requisite: Hartnett, Edward PRMD8210 AND PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 34029 AA Tue 09:00 am 11:00 am Pre-Requisite: Chagares, Michael PRMD8210 AND PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 34026 BB Tue 11:10 am 1:10 pm Pre-Requisite: Chagares, Michael PRMD8210 AND PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 34030 CC Mon 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Pre-Requisite: Cavanaugh, Dennis PRMD8210 AND PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 34028 MM Mon 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Cavanaugh, Dennis AWR Seminar

9218 - Advanced Civil Practice [2 crs] [SKL]

9218 - Advanced Civil Practice [2 crs] [SKL]

9218 - Advanced Civil Practice [2 crs] [SKL]

9218 - Advanced Civil Practice [2 crs] [SKL]

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Pre-Requisite: Room Faculty Name PRMD8210 AND PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 34031 AA Mon 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Pre-Requisite: Linares, Jose PRMD8210 AND PRMD7201 OR PRMD7205 34032 MM Mon 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Linares, Jose CORP7131 AND TAXN7112 34143 MM Tue Capezza, Michelle CORP7131 AND TAXN7112 34144 NN Mon Subramanian, Sunita Comments

9219 - Adv Criminal Practice [2 crs] [SKL]

9219 - Adv Criminal Practice [2 crs] [SKL]

9222 - Transactional Skills [2 crs] [SKL]

9222 - Transactional Skills [2 crs] [SKL]

9224 - Advanced Arbitration Skills [2 crs] [SKL] 34376 EM Wed 10:10 am 12:10 pm TBA

9226 - Advanced Negotiation Skills [2 crs] [SKL] 34379 EN Thu 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Wolinetz, Scott

9226 - Advanced Negotiation Skills [2 crs] [SKL] 34377 MM Wed 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Brown, Garrett

9228 - Advanced Mediation Skills [2 crs] [SKL] 34378 EM Thu 09:00 am 11:00 am Grable, Stephen

9228 - Advanced Mediation Skills [2 crs] [SKL] 34380 PROP - Property and Estate Law 7701 - Estates and Trusts [4 crs] [LEC] Pre-Requisite: LAW6016 OR LAW6010 AND LAW6011 34145 EM Thu Fri 11:20 am 1:20 pm Waldeck, Sarah No Laptops Allowed EN Fri 11:20 am 1:20 pm Robinson, Maurice

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Pre-Requisite: Room Faculty Name LAW6016 OR LAW6010 AND LAW6011 34146 EN Wed Thu 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Pre-Requisite: Waldeck, Sarah LAW6016 OR LAW6010 AND LAW6011 34457 PUBG - Public Law - Government 7801 - Administrative Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34433 34433 MM MM Mon Wed 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 9:45 pm 7:35 pm Lonegan, Bryan Lonegan, Bryan EM Wed Thu 1:40 pm 3:10 pm Martin, Robert Pass/D orFail Option No Laptops Allowed Comments

7701 - Estates and Trusts [4 crs] [LEC]

7704 - Land Finance [3 crs] [LEC]

7803 - Legislation [2 crs] [LEC] 34582 MM Wed 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Baroni, William

7804 - State and Local Government [2 crs] [LEC] 34461 MM Mon 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Martin, Robert Pass/D or Fail Option

7807 - Energy- Economics and Envir [2 crs] [LEC] 34566 EM Mon 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Bator, Christine

7812 - Election Law [2 crs] [LEC] 34449 EM Wed 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Alexander, Mark

8801 - Antitrust [3 crs] [LEC] 34443 EM Mon Tue 1:40 pm 3:10 pm Pre-Requisite: Lao, Marina LAW6012 AND LAW6013 OR LAW6015 34462 EM Thu 1:40 pm 3:40 pm Wefing, John AWR Seminar

9181 - The Current US Supreme Court [3 crs] [SEM]

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Seton Hall University School of Law


JD Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

PUBR - Pub Law - Protect Rts 7909 - Civil Rights Law [3 crs] [LEC] Pre-Requisite: LAW6015 OR LAW6012 AND LAW6013 34446 EM Wed Thu 3:55 pm 5:25 pm Pre-Requisite: Godsil, Rachel LAW6015 OR LAW6012 AND LAW6013 34572 MM Thu 6:05 pm 8:05 pm DiPietro, Melanie AWR Seminar

9174 - Religion and the First Amend [3 crs] [SEM]

9186 - Law and Sexuality [3 crs] [SEM] 34562 TAXN - Taxation - Law School 7112 - Federal Income Taxation [3 crs] [LEC] 34059 BB Tue Thu Fri 12:30 pm 1:30 pm Coverdale, John EM Tue 1:40 pm 3:40 pm Poirier, Marc AWR Seminar

7112 - Federal Income Taxation [3 crs] [LEC] 34060 CC Tue Thu Fri 10:10 am 11:10 am Coverdale, John

7112 - Federal Income Taxation [3 crs] [LEC] 34062 DD Tue Wed Fri 11:20 am 12:20 pm Simkovic, Michael

7112 - Federal Income Taxation [3 crs] [LEC] 34061 34061 MM MM Mon Wed 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Pre-Requisite: 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Rufolo, Pasquale Rufolo, Pasquale TAXN7112 Magnone, Matthew

7115 - Tax Practice and Procedure [2 crs] [LEC] 34142 WRTG - Writing Programs 9142 - Independent Research [2 crs] [WTG] 34068 AA TBA MM Thu

TBA

TBA

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Seton Hall University School of Law


MSJ Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title HLTH - Health Law 7391 - The Legal Sys-Res and Writ II [3 crs] [WTG] 34114 34115 ZM ZN Wed Wed 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 9:00 pm 9:00 pm TBA Morgan, Mark CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments

7400 - Business Law Survey [3 crs] [LEC] 34024 ZZ Mon 6:00 pm 9:00 pm Schecter, Jennifer

7405 - HealthCare Compliance Cert Pro [1 crs] [LEC] 34375 ZZ TBA TBA TBA

7511 - Mental Health Law [2 crs] [LEC] 34366 ZZ Wed 6:05 pm 8:05 pm TBA

7513 - Drug and Med Dev Liab and Pol [2 crs] [LEC] 34374 ZZ Thu 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Van Itallie, Theodore

7517 - Hlth Law MSJ's-Pt Rgts and P H [2 crs] [LEC] 34063 ZZ Wed 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Brower, Todd

8500 - Food and Drug Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34364 34364 ZZ ZZ Mon Wed 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Paradise, Jordan Paradise, Jordan

8508 - Medical Malpractice [2 crs] [LEC] 34368 ZZ Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Britcher, E.

8509 - Antitrust and Life Sciences [2 crs] [LEC] 34370 ZZ Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm McBride, Andrew

9530 - Hlth Infor Priv and Innovation [3 crs] [SEM] 34372 INDL - Intellect - Indust Prop 7301 - Intellectual Property [3 crs] [LEC] 34349 ZZ Mon Wed 11:20 am 12:50 pm Bernstein, Gaia ZZ Tue 3:55 pm 5:55 pm Pasquale, Frank

7309 - Cybersecurity Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34361 34361 ZZ ZZ Tue Thu 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm Opderbeck, David Opderbeck, David

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Seton Hall University School of Law


MSJ Course Schedule
Fall 2011
Course # and Title CRN # Section Scheduled Day Start End Room Faculty Name Comments 8301 - Copyright [3 crs] [LEC] 34351 34351 ZZ ZZ Mon Wed 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 9:45 pm 7:35 pm Politano, Frank Politano, Frank

8302 - Trademark and Unfair Comp [3 crs] [LEC] 34355 34355 ZZ ZZ Mon Wed 6:05 pm 8:15 pm 7:35 pm 9:45 pm O'Shea, John O'Shea, John

8303 - Patent Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34353 34353 ZZ ZZ Tue Thu 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 9:45 pm 7:35 pm Pre-Requisite: Dworetsky, Samuel Dworetsky, Samuel INDL7301 OR INDL8301 OR INDL8302 34359 ZZ Thu 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Pre-Requisite: 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Farber, Michele INDL8303 Fischer, Leslie

8317 - Intellect Property Licensing [2 crs] [LEC]

9305 - Patent Claim Drafting [2 crs] [WTG] 34357 ZZ Mon

9318 - Law and Genetics [3 crs] [SEM] 34559 PRFM - Personal and Family Law 7005 - Products Liability [2 crs] [LEC] 34622 PUBG - Public Law - Government 7801 - Administrative Law [3 crs] [LEC] 34434 34434 ZZ ZZ Mon Wed 8:15 pm 6:05 pm 9:45 pm 7:35 pm Lonegan, Bryan Lonegan, Bryan ZZ Wed 3:55 pm 5:55 pm McDowell, Andrea ZZ Tue 6:05 pm 8:05 pm Bernstein, Gaia

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TENTATIVE SPRING 2012 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES - EVENING ELECTIVE COURSES

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

6:05PM

Intellectual Propety (3) - Jennings (2 hrs) *HealthCare Finance (3) - Pasquale Hlth Law for MSJ's: Hlth Care Orgs (2) - TBA Zoning, Planning & Land Use Pol (3) - Martin Postconviction Remedies (3) - Freamon Commercial Law Survey (3)- Lao Mass Media Law (2) - TBA Taxation of Partnerships & LLC's (2) - TBA White Collar Prosecutions (2) Kipnees/Sheikh

Communications Law (2) - Mosca *Law & the Life Sciences (2) - Paradise NJ Environmental Law (2) - McKinney *Corp Integrity & Accountability (3) - DiPietro Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights (4) - Simkovic Estates & Trusts (4) - McDowell Civil Rts & Const Law Clinic (1) - Azmy Corporate Taxation (4) - Steele Anatomy of a Med Mal Case (2) - Britcher HealthCare Fraud & Abuse (2) - TBA

Constitutional Law Survey (3) - Urbano Consumer Law (2) - Pinilis Copyright (3) - Politano Agency, Partnerships & LLC's (3) - McCauliff (2 hrs) Enter Contract Neg & Drafting (2) - Guthrie Comparative Health Law (2) - Jacobi Reg Res w/Human Subjects (2) - Coleman

Pharm & Med Dev Mark'tg & Comp (3) - TBA Intern'tl & Comparative IP Law Survey (3) - TBA Trademark Registation (2) - Farber Entertainment Law (3) - Hampden *Adoption Law (3) - Levine Corporate Taxation (4) - Steele New York Practice (3) DeAngelis Patent Claim Drafting (2) - Millet

7:50PM

8:15PM

Constitutional Law Survey (3) - Urbano Comparative Health Law (2) - Jacobi Reg Res w/Human Subjects (2) - Coleman Agency, Partnerships & LLC's (3) - McCauliff (1 hr) Copyright (3) - Politano Pat App Prep & Pros (2) - TBA

Pharm & Med Dev Mark'tg & Comp (3) - TBA Intern'tl & Comparative IP Law Survey (3) - TBA Entertainment Law (3) - Hampden New York Practice (3) DeAngelis

Intellectual Propety (3) - Jennings (1 hr) Hlth Law for MSJ's: Hlth Care Orgs (2) - TBA Zoning, Planning & Land Use Pol (3) - Martin *Advanced Topics in Sports Law - (3) Hampden Postconviction Remedies (3) - Freamon Commercial Law Survey (3)- Lao

Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights (4) - Simkovic Estates & Trusts (4) - McDowell

*AWR Seminar Note 1: There will be a number of Persusion and Advocacy sections offered. Note 2: There will be advanced skills offerings in Advanced Civil /Criminal Practice , Trial of a Civil Action/Criminal Matter. Note 3: Persusion and Advocacy will be offered during the Winter Session. Note 4: There will be a section of Dispute Resolution Processes offered. Note 5: There will be a section of Advanced Negotiation offered. Note 6: There will be a section of Cybersecurity Law & Computer Crimes.

TENTATIVE SPRING 2012 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES - DAY ELECTIVE COURSES

MONDAY 8:00/9:00AM

TUESDAY Juvenile Justice Clinic (1) - Ross (8:10 - 10:20am)

WEDNESDAY Conflict of Laws (3) - Bulbulia Employment Discrimination (3) - Sullivan

THURSDAY Conflict of Laws (3) - Bulbulia Employment Discrimination (3) - Sullivan

FRIDAY

10:10AM

Crim Pro: Pros & Adj (3) - Lewis

Investor Advocacy Project (1) - White

Crim Pro: Pros & Adj (3) - Lewis

11:20AM

Trademark & Unfair Comp (3) - Barnes International Law (4) - Boon Complex Litigation (3) - Steinman Financial Institutions (3) - Lubben National Security Law (2) - Hafetz

Trademark & Unfair Comp (3) - Barnes Estate & Gift Tax (3) Coverdale Complex Litigation (3) - Steinman Federal Courts (3) - Hartnett Jurisprudence (3) - Prempeh

Equal Justice Clinic (1) - Condon Crim Pro: Inv, Arr (4) - Wefing Immig Rts & Intern'tl Hum Rts Clinic (1) - Nessel NJ Land Use Practice (2) - Steinberg International Law (4) - Boon Financial Institutions (3) - Lubben

*International Criminal Law (3) - Hafetz Estate & Gift Tax (3) Coverdale Federal Courts (3) - Hartnett Jurisprudence (3) - Prempeh

Crim Pro: Inv, Arr (4) - Wefing *Slavery Seminar - (3) Freamon

12:30PM

Evidence: Theory & Practie (3) - Risinger

Evidence: Theory & Practie (3) - Risinger

Evidence: Theory & Practie (3) - Risinger

1:40PM

Family Law, Marriage & Div (4) - Kelly *Foundations of IP law & Policy (3) - Barnes Securities Regulation (3) - Johnson Const Issues in State & Local Tax (2) - Coverdale Immigration & Naturalization (3) - Nessel

Remedies (3) - McLaughlin Federal Criminal Law (3) - Bulbulia Civil Litigation Clinic (1) - Fisher/Jeffries Family Law Clinic (1) - Kelly/Miles Health Law (4) - Jacobi/Coleman Immigration & Naturalization (3) - Nessel *Leg Rel between Workers & Firms (3) - Glynn

Family Law, Marriage & Div (4) - Kelly Federal Criminal Law (3) - Bulbulia Securities Regulation (3) - Johnson Administrative Law (3) - Paradise Remedies (3) - McLaughlin Internet Law (3) - Jennings - (2 hrs)

*Animal Law (3) - Martin Health Law (4) - Jacobi/Coleman *Expert Witnesses (3) - Denbeaux Administrative Law (3) - Paradise *Current Issue in IP Litigation (3) - Opderbeck Internet Law (3) - Jennings - (1 hr)

3:55PM

Catholic Social Doctrine (2) - Meyer Law & Literature (2) - Schiff

Corporate Finance (3) - Lubben *Law & Morality (3) - Ambrosio Patent Law (3) - Bernstein The First Amendment (3) - Healy Business Planning (3) - Brodercick/Vajtay (4:25 - 5:55pm) Community Association Law (2) - Perl

Corporate Finance (3) - Lubben Estates & Trusts (4) - McDowell Legal Malpractice (2) - Ambrosio Adv Corp & Securities Practice (2) - Lownfels Pension & Profit Sharing Plans (2) - Witman *Race, Ethnicity & the Law (3) - Maldonado The First Amendment (3) - Healy

Impact Litigation Clinic (1) - Romberg Estates & Trusts (4) - McDowell Patent Law (3) - Bernstein Domestice Violence (2) - Miles iness Planning (3) - Brodercick/Vajtay (4:25 - 5:55pm)

*AWR Seminar Note 1: There will be a number of Persusion and Advocacy sections offered. Note 2: There will be advanced skills offerings in Advanced Civil /Criminal Trial Practice ,Trial of a Civil Action/Criminal Matter. Note 3: Persusion and Advocacy will be offered during the Winter Session. Note 4: There will be a section of Dispute Resolution Processes offered. Note 5: There will be a section of Advanced Arbitration, Advanced Negotiation and Advanced Mediation Skills offered. Note 6: There will be a section of Electronic Discovery.

TENTATIVE SPRING 2012 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES - REQUIRED COURSES

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

8:00/9:00AM

LR&W (1) (6 secs)

LR&W (1) (6 secs) Appellate Advocacy (2) (1 sec)

LR&W (1) (5 secs) Constitutional Law (5) - Riccio Appellate Advocacy (2) (1 sec) Evidence (3) - Denbeaux

LR&W (1) (5 secs) Constitutional Law (5) - Riccio

Evidence (3) - Denbeaux

9:40am

Evidence (3) - Carroll (9:40am) Evidence (3) - McLaughlin (9:40am)

Evidence (3) - Carroll (9:40am) Evidence (3) - McLaughlin (9:40am)

10:10AM

Constitutional Law (5) - Azmy

11:20AM

Constitutional Law (5) - Azmy Constitutional Law (5) - Healy Constitutional Law (5) - Alexander Criminal Law (3) - Ristroph

Constitutional Law (5) - Azmy Property (5) - Godsil Property (5) - Franzese Constitutional Law (5) - Healy

Property (5) - Carmella Constitutional Law (5) - Alexander Criminal Law (3) - Ristroph Criminal Law (3) - Lillquist (11:20 - 12:40pm)

Constitutional Law (5) - Healy Constitutional Law (5) - Alexander Property (5) - Franzese

Property (5) - Carmella Property (5) - Godsil Property (5) - Franzese Criminal Law (3) - Lillquist (11:20 - 12:40pm) Professional Respon (2) - Caraballo

12:30AM

1:40PM

Criminal Law (3) - Lewis Property (5) - Poirier Federal Income Taxation (3) - Kaye

Property (5) - Carmella Criminal Law (3) - Carroll Constitutional Law (5) - Riccio Federal Income Taxation (3) - Kaye Criminal Law (3) - Lillquist (1:40 - 3:00pm)

Criminal Law (3) - Lewis Property (5) - Poirier Property (5) - Godsil Federal Income Taxation (3) - Kaye

Property (5) - Poirier Criminal Law (3) - Carroll

3:55PM

Appellate Advocacy (2) (2 secs)

Appellate Advocacy (2) (2 secs)

6:05PM

Contracts II (2) - Romberg

Appellate Advocacy (2) (2 secs) Property II (2) - Carmella Evidence (3) - Caraballo

Appellate Advocacy (2) (1 sec) Civil Procedure II (2) - Fisher

Torts I (4) - Sheppard Constitutional Law (3) - Wefing

7:50pm

8:15pm

Torts I (4) - Sheppard

Constitutional Law (3) - Wefing (7:50 - 9:20pm)

Evidence (3) - Caraballo

FALL 2011 IN-CLASS EXAMINATIONS


PUBG7801MM PUBG8801EM COML8130EM CORP7131AA CORP7131BB CORP7131CC CORP7131DD CORP7131MM HLTH7400ZZ LAW 6009AA LAW 6009BB LAW 6009CC LAW 6009DD LAW 6001MM PUBR7909EM COML7121EM LAW 6012MM COML7129EM LAW 6005AA LAW 6005BB LAW 6005CC LAW 6005DD LAW 6006MM INDL8301MM CRJU7401AA CRJU7401MM CRJU7402MM CRJU7408EM LABR8106EM PROP770EM PROP7701EN PRMD7201AA PRFM7001AA PRFM7001MM TAXN7112BB TAXN7112CC TAXN7112DD TAXN7112MM HLTH8500MM HLTH7517ZZ COML7123EM ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ANTITRUST BANKRUPTCY & CREDITORS' RIGHTS BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS BUSINESS LAW SURVEY CIVIL PROCEDURE CIVIL PROCEDURE CIVIL PROCEDURE CIVIL PROCEDURE CIVIL PROCEDURE I CIVIL RIGHTS LAW COMMERCIAL LAW SURVEY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I CONSTRUCTION LAW CONTRACTS CONTRACTS CONTRACTS CONTRACTS CONTRACTS I COPYRIGHT CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: INV, ARR CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: INV, ARR CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: PROS & ADJ CRIMINAL SENTENCING EMPLOYMENT LAW ESTATES & TRUSTS ESTATES & TRUSTS EVIDENCE FAMILY LAW, MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE FAMILY LAW, MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION FOOD & DRUG LAW HEALTH LAW FOR MSJ'S II: PAT RTS AND PUB HLTH INSURANCE LONEGAN LAO SIMKOVIC JOHNSON LAO LUBBEN RICCIO PREMPEH SCHECTER STEINMAN HAFETZ MCLAUGHLIN GLYNN FISHER GODSIL FRANZESE WEFING MCLELLAN BOON CARABALLO SULLIVAN DENBEAUX ROMBERG POLITANO ALEXANDER HEALY CARROLL HAYDEN GLYNN WALDECK WALDECK LILLQUIST ST. ROMAIN MALDONADO COVERDALE COVERDALE SIMKOVIC RUFOLO PARADISE BROWER HANSON

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INDL8317MM INDL7301EM PUBG7803MM PRMD8202MM PRMD8203EM INDL8303MM PRFM7005EM HIPH7504AA HIPH7504MM LAW6010MM LAW 6011MM TAXN7115MM LAW 6008AA LAW 6008BB LAW 6008CC LAW 6008DD INDL8302MM

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LICENSING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LEGISLATION NEW JERSEY PRACTICE NEW YORK PRACTICE PATENT LAW PRODUCTS LIABILITY PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY PROPERTY I PROPERTY II TAX PRACTICE & PROCEDURE TORTS I TORTS I TORTS I TORTS I TRADEMARK & UNFAIR COMPETITION

FARBER BERNSTEIN BARONI PINILIS JENNINGS DWORETSKY MCDOWELL SHEPPARD MOUZON CARMELLA FRANZESE MAGNONE OPDERBECK MALDONADO SHEPPARD JACOBI O'SHEA

FALL 2011 TAKE-HOME EXAMINATIONS


HLTH8509MM PRMD8206EM INDL7309MM HLTH7513MM PUBG7812EM PUBG7807EM INDL7305EM ENVR7605EM INTL7608EM INTL8610EM INDL8315MM HLTH7405ZZ HLTH7503MM INTL8600MM HIPH7517EM PROP7704EM HLTH8508MM HLTH7511MM HIPH7508EM INDL9305MM PUBG7804MM ANTITRUST & THE LIFE SCIENCES CONFLICT OF LAWS CYBERSECURITY LAW DRUG & MEDICAL DEVICE LIABILITY LAW & POL ELECTION LAW ENERGY, ECONOMICS & THE ENVIRONMENT ENTERTAINMENT LAW ENVIRON JUSTICE: THEORY & PRACTICE EUROPEAN UNION LAW FEDERAL REGULATION OF INTERN'TL TRADE FILM LAW HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE CERT PROGRAM HEALTH LAW INTERNATIONAL LAW ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE LAND FINANCE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE MENTAL HEALTH LAW MILITARY LAW PATENT CLAIM DRAFTING STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT MCBRIDE RISINGER OPDERBECK VAN ITALLIE ALEXANDER BATOR HAMPDEN GODSIL MCCAULIFF DONOHUE CROWELL HANDLER-HUTCHINSON PASQUALE BULBULIA FREAMON MARTIN BRITCHER TBA GREENBERG FISCHER MARTIN

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