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FIRST WEEK CLASS ASSIGNMENTS - Fall Semester 2017
Below is a listing of class assignments for the first week of the fall 2017 semester. Please check back for additions and updates.
Cass, Diver, Beerman & Freeman, Administrative Law: Cases & Materials, (7th ed. 2016)
Wednesday, August 23, pp. 3-33, 109-126
Tuesday Aug. 22: Pages 1-12 & 19-26 in the textbook and Rule 15(a) in the rulebook.
Thursday Aug. 24: Pages 333-362 in the textbook and Rules 7, 8, & 10 in the rulebook.
Evidence: click for assignment
Estate Planning: Our text for the class is the latest edition of Practical Guide to Estate Planning by Madoff, Tenney, Hall & Mingolla. You will want to read Chapter 1 for the first week.
Federal Indian Law:
Tuesday Aug. 22: Pages 66-84 in the textbook
Thursday Aug. 24: Pages 118-151 in the textbook
Gender and the Law: click for assignment
Income Tax: The assignment for the first week of class (August 22th and 24th) is to read Chapters 1 & 2 in Donaldson & Tobin’s Federal Income Tax. Plan on discussing problems 1-1 and 2-1. (As with all assignments this term, make sure to thoroughly study all Internal Revenue Code and Regulation sections cited in the text).
Introduction to Legal Ethics & Professionalism: Orientation- core values of the legal profession
Lawyering Skills I (Alleva/Section 3): Click for assignment
Lawyering Skills I (Mavrova Heinrich/Section 2): Welcome to Section 2 of Lawyering Skills I!
Our first two classes for the Fall semester will take place during Orientation week. We will meet on Wednesday, August 16, 2017, from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., and again on Thursday, August 17, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., in Room 334. The two documents below contain information about the course, including the required texts for the Fall semester and the assigned reading for Orientation week. These documents are: (1) the course policies memorandum, and (2) the course syllabus. Please review them carefully before our first class session. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at Denitsa.Mavrovaheinr@law.und.edu. I look forward to meeting you during Orientation and getting to know you over the course of your first year at the University of North Dakota School of Law!
Legislation - click for assignment
Pretrial Practice: click for assignment
click for assignment
Nelson, Whitman, Medill & Saxer, Contemporary Property (4th ed. 2013 West Pub.)
Wednesday, August 23, pp. 77-103 n.1, Possession of Personal Property
Friday, August 25, pp. 169-185, Bailment of Personal Property
Torts I - click for the chart of assignments
Trial Advocacy (Mavrova Heinrich): click for assignment