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This guide has information about all courses with items on reserve in the Law Library.

Past Exams

STUDY AIDS - PAST EXAMS AVAILABLE ON THE COLLEGE OF LAW INTRANET

Need a jump start in studying for final exams? Past exams are available on the Intranet for many courses. These exams are provided as example questions to assist students in their preparation for the final exam period.

You are encouraged to use these examples in your test preparations.

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Bound volumes from 1909-2005 are available on Bookcase 119 in the basement's compact shelving.

Bound volumes do not circulate and may only be used in the library.

About Reserves

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Here you will find the materials that have been place on reserve for your courses. These items are kept behind the circulation desk and arranged by call number.

Reserve materials circulate for five hours.

*Overdue fines for reserve items are $5.00 per hour*

 

The Law Library's collection has been searched for all Course Materials in the Law Bookstore. Any Course Materials owned by the Library have been placed on reserve at the Law Library Circulation Desk. Older editions of these titles may be available; however, they are not the required books for class. Your instructors do not recommend substituting outdated material for use in studying.

Below is the complete list of required materials. All items are available at the bookstore. Items with a link are available in the library.

Spring 2020 Course Materials

 spring 2020 

FIRST YEAR COURSES

601 B: Contracts: Professor Ralph Brubaker

  • Scott & Kraus, Contract Law and Theory: Selected Provisions: Restatement of Contracts and Uniform Commercial Code, 5th, Lexis Nexis, 978-0769848952
  • Farnsworth, Sanger, Cohen, Brooks & Garvin, Contracts: Cases and Materials, 8th, Foundation Press, 978-1609300975
  • Farnsworth, Contracts, Fourth Edition, Textbook Treatise Series, 4th, Aspen, 978-0735545403, Recommended, but not required

603 A: Torts: Professor Lesley Wexler

  • Twerski, Henderson & Wendel, Torts: Cases and Materials, 4th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454875758

604 1: Criminal Law: Professor Jacqueline Ross

  • Dressler & Garvey, Cases and Materials on Criminal Law, 8th, West Academic, 978-1683288220

604 2: Criminal Law: Professor Eric Johnson

  • Dressler & Garvey, Cases and Materials on Criminal Law, 8th, West Academic, 978-1683288220, course packet required

604 3: Criminal Law: Professor Kenworthey Bilz

  • No Text Required

606 1: Constitutional Law: Professor Jason Mazzone

  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials, 7th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454887492
  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials (2019 Supplement), 7th, Aspen, 978-1543809343, course packet required

606 2: Constitutional Law: Professor Jason Mazzone

  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials, 7th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454887492
  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials (2019 Supplement), 7th, Aspen, 978-1543809343, course packet required

606 3: Constitutional Law: Professor Vikram Amar

  • Varat & Amar, Varat and Amar's Constitutional Law, Cases and Materials, 15th, Foundation Press, 978-1634603225
  • Varat & Amar, Constitutional Law, Cases and Materials Supplement, 2019, Foundation Press, 978-1642429299

606 4: Constitutional Law: Professor Vikram Amar

  • Varat & Amar, Varat and Amar's Constitutional Law, Cases and Materials, 15th, Foundation Press, 978-1634603225
  • Varat & Amar, Constitutional Law, Cases and Materials Supplement, 2019, Foundation Press, 978-1642429299

606 5: Constitutional Law: Professor Jason Mazzone

  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials, 7th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454887492
  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials (2019 Supplement), 7th, Aspen, 978-1543809343, course packet required

606 6: Constitutional Law: Professor Jason Mazzone

  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials, 7th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454887492
  • Brest, Levinson, Balkin, Amar & Siegel, Processes of Constitutional Decisionmaking: Cases and Materials (2019 Supplement), 7th, Aspen, 978-1543809343, course packet required

607 B: Civil Procedure: Professor Ellen Kordik

  • Glannon, Perlman & Raven-Hansen, Civil Procedure: A Coursebook, 3rd, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454881421
  • Spencer, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Educational Edition, 2019, West Academic, 978-1684672240
  • Hunter, The Power of Procedure (Coursebook Series), 2002, Wolters Kluwer, 978-0735528253

610 1: Introduction to Advocacy: Professor Sean Anderson

  • Beazley, A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, 5th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454896340

610 2: Introduction to Advocacy: Professor Shannon Moritz

  • Beazley, A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, 5th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454896340
  • Shapo, Walter, & Fajans, Writing and Analysis in the Law, 7th, Foundation Press, 978-1683282372
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th, 978-0692400197

610 3: Introduction to Advocacy: Professor Rummana Alam

  • Beazley, A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, 5th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454896340
  • Coughlin, Rocklin & Patrick, A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis, 3rd, Carolina Academic, 978-1531008765
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th, 978-0692400197

610 4: Introduction to Advocacy: Professor Janice Pea

  • Neumann, Margolis & Stanchi, Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing, 8th, Aspen, 978-1454886525
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th, 978-0692400197
  • Garner, The Elements of Legal Style, 2nd, Oxford University Press, 978-0195141627, Recommended

610 5: Introduction to Advocacy: Professor Aylon Schulte

  • Shapo, Walter, & Fajans, Writing and Analysis in the Law, 7th, Foundation Press, 978-1683282372
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th, 978-0692400197
  • Beazley, A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, 5th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454896340

610 6: Introduction to Advocacy: Professor Kari Sanderson

  • Rocklin et al, An Advocate Persuades, 1st, Carolina Academic, 978-1611631500

792 ALL: Fund of Legal Practice-This course will meet January 23th-February 28th. : Professor Greg Miarecki

  • No Text Required

UPPER LEVEL COURSES

500 GRD: Legal Research: Professor Stephanie Davidson

  • Shapo, Walter, & Fajans, Writing and Analysis in the Law, 7th, Foundation Press, 978-1683282372
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th, 978-0692400197

501 GRD: Professional Responsibility (Graduate Students): Professor Ellen Kordik

  • Lerman & Schrag, Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law, 4th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454863045
  • Morgan, Model Rules on Professional Conduct and Other Selected Standards, 2019, Foundation Press, 978-1642420890

600 n/a: Pro Bono Notation: Professor Lesley Wexler

  • No Text Required

615 A: Administrative Law: Professor Jamelle Sharpe

  • Cass, Diver, Beermann & Freeman, Administrative Law: Cases and Materials (Aspen Casebook Series), 7th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454866985

624 A: Real Estate Finance: Professor Scott Perkins

  • Bender, Hammond, Madison, and Zinman, Modern Real Estate Finance and Land Transfer: A Transactional Approach, 6th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454898115

625 A: State and Local Government-This course meets January 21st-March 25th.: Professor Laurie Reynolds

  • Briffault and Reynolds, Cases and Materials on State and Local Government Law, 8th, West Academic, 978-0314285010

633 A: Business Associations: Professor Alan Kluegel

  • Palmiter, Partnoy & Pollman, Business Organizations: A Contemporary Approach, 3rd, West Academic, 978-1640202689

633 B: Business Associations: Professor Verity Winship

  • Smith & Williams, Business Organizations: Cases, Problems, and Case Studies, 4th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454868361
  • O'Kelley & Thompson, Corporations and Other Business Associations: Selected Statutes, Rules, and Forms, 2019, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1543809510, Students are required to have a current copy of the statutes and rules, but do not need to buy this particular version

642 A: Antitrust Law: Professor Nicola Sharpe

  • Gavil, Kovacic & Baker, Antitrust Law in Perspective: Cases, Concepts and Problems in Competition Policy, 3rd, West Academic, 978-0314266057
  • Cernak, Antitrust Simulations: Bridge to Practice, 1st, West Academic, 978-0314288042

648 A: Corporate Taxation: Professor John Colombo

  • Schwarz & Lathrope, Fundamentals of Corporate Taxation, 10th, Foundation Press, 978-1642428780
  • Lathrope, Selected Federal Taxation Statutes and Regulations, 2019, West Academic, 978-1640208179

653 A: International Business Transactions: Professor Paul Heald

  • Chow & Schoenbaum, International Business Transactions, 3rd, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454849414

654 A: International Trade Policy-This course meets January 21st-March 11th.: Professor William Davey

  • Jackson, Davey & Sykes, Materials and Texts on Legal Problems of International Economic Relations, 6th, West Academic, 978-0314280268
  • Jackson, Davey & Sykes, Legal Problems of International Economic Relations Documentary Supplement, 6th, West Academic, 978-0314287649, Document Supplements are Recommended, not required

656 A: International Law: Professor Francis Boyle

  • Damrosch & Murphy, International Law, Cases and Materials, 7th, West Academic, 978-1640200678
  • Damrosch & Murphy, Basic Documents Supplement to International Law, Cases and Materials, 7th, West Academic, 978-1640201026

657 A: International Human Rights Law #: Professor Francis Boyle

  • Henkin, Cleveland, Helfer, Neuman, & Orentlicher, Human Rights, 2nd, Foundation Press, 978-1599412610
  • Henkin, Neuman, Orentlicher & Leebron, Human Rights Documentary Supplement, 1st, Foundation Press, 978-1587780547

660 A: Individual Employee Rights: Professor Matthew Finkin

  • Dau-Schmidt, Finkin & Covington, Legal Protection for the Individual Employee, 5th, West Academic, 978-1628105544

664 A: Employment Discrimination: Professor Suja Thomas

  • Sullivan & Zimmer, Cases and Materials on Employment Discrimination, 9th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454892199

665 1: Workplace Dispute Resolution*: Professor James Lamare

  • Fisher, Ury, & Patton, Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In, 2011, Penguin Books, 978-1844131464
  • Nolan & Bales, Labor and Employment Arbitration in a Nutshell, 3rd, West Academic, 978-1634602860

667 A: Family Law: Professor Janice Pea

  • Wadlington, O’Brien & Wilson, Domestic Relations, Cases and Materials, 8th, Foundation Press, 978-1634608855

670 A: Elder Law: Professor Richard Kaplan

  • Frolik & Kaplan, Elder Law in a Nutshell (Nutshells), 7th, West Academic, 978-1640209060, course packet required

679 A: Criminal Procedure: Adjudication: Professor Andrew Leipold

  • Allen, Stuntz, Hoffman, Livingston, Leipold, and Meares, Criminal Procedure: Adjudication and Right to Counsel, 2nd, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454868286
  • Allen, Stuntz, Hoffman, Livingston, Leipold, and Meares, Comprehensive Criminal Procedure Supplement, 2019, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1543809299

679 C: Criminal Procedure: Adjudication-This course is internet-streamed from Champaign.: Professor Andrew Leipold

  • Allen, Stuntz, Hoffman, Livingston, Leipold, and Meares, Criminal Procedure: Adjudication and Right to Counsel, 2nd, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454868286
  • Allen, Stuntz, Hoffman, Livingston, Leipold, and Meares, Comprehensive Criminal Procedure Supplement, 2019, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1543809299

680 A: Professional Responsibility: Professor Ellen Kordik

  • Lerman & Schrag, Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law, 4th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454863045
  • Morgan, Model Rules on Professional Conduct and Other Selected Standards, 2019, Foundation Press, 978-1642420890

682 A: Evidence: Professor Jacqueline Ross

  • Fisher, Evidence, 3rd, Foundation Press, 978-1609300609
  • Fisher, Federal Rules of Evidence 2018-2019 Statutory and Case Supplement to Fisher's Evidence, 2018, Foundation Press, 978-1640209398

685 A: Dispute Resolution: Professor Michael LeRoy

  • Sherman, Rau & Peppet, Processes of Dispute Resolution: The Role of Lawyers, 4th, Foundation Press, 978-1599410548

686 A: Remedies: Professor Jennifer Pahre

  • Laycock & Hasen, Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, 5th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454891277

687 A: Jurisprudence: Professor Colleen Murphy

  • Fuller, The Morality of Law: Revised Edition (The Storrs Lectures Series), Revised, Yale University, 978-0300010701
  • Hart, Green, Raz & Bulloch, The Concept of Law (Clarendon Law Series), 3rd, Oxford University Press, 978-0199644704

692 A: Spring Externship: Professor Rebecca Szajna

  • No Text Required

692 C: Intellectual Property Clinic - Trademark: Professor Joseph Barich

  • Krieger & Neumann, Essential Lawyering Skills, 5th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454830986, Recommended

692 D: Legislative Projects: Professor Deanna Mool

  • No Text Required

692 E: Field Placements--Corporate Counsel*--This course must be taken with Law 798, Corporate Counsel Seminar.: Professor Greg Miarecki

  • No Text Required

692 F: Innocence Project-This course meets January 17th, February 21, March 14th, & April 18th.: Professor John Hanlon

  • No Text Required

692 H: Advanced Innocence Project-This course meets January 17th, February 21, March 14th, & April 18th.: Professor John Hanlon

  • No Text Required

692 L: Intellectual Property Clinic - Patent: Professor Joseph Barich

  • Krieger & Neumann, Essential Lawyering Skills, 5th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454830986, Recommended

692 M: State Appellate Prosecutor: Professor David Robinson

  • No Text Required

692 N: Advanced Spring Externship: Professor Rebecca Szajna

  • No Text Required

692 O: Advanced Spring Externship II: Professor Rebecca Szajna

  • No Text Required

693 H: Veterans Legal Clinic: Professor Yulanda Curtis

  • Epstein, Aiken, & Mlyniec, The Clinic Seminar, 1st, West Academic, 978-0314274946

693 N: Federal Civil Rights Clinic: Professor Andrew Bequette

  • No Text Required

693 S: Family Advocacy Clinic: Professor Melissa Frydman

  • No Text Required

693 V: Immigration Law Clinic: Professor Lauren Aronson

  • No Text Required

694 A1: Advanced Trial Advocacy - Civil Trial: Professor Catherine Stahl

  • Boals, Addison v. Peyton, 2nd, Aspen, 978-1601565952

694 B1: Advanced Trial Advocacy - Criminal Trial: Professor Catherine Stahl

  • Boals, State v. Peyton, 2nd, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1601565976

694 C: Trial Team: Professor Catherine Stahl

  • No Text Required

694 D: Trial Team Practicum: Professor Catherine Stahl

  • No Text Required

694 E: Advanced Trial Team: Professor Catherine Stahl

  • No Text Required

694 GRD: Trial Advocacy for Graduate Students: Professor Rebecca Paez-Rodriguez

  • Lubet & Lore, Modern Trial Advocacy Analysis & Practice: Law School, 4th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1601565730
  • Mauet, Trial Techniques and Trials, 10th, Aspen, 978-1454886532

696 A: Law Review : Professor Richard Ross & Suja Thomas

  • No Text Required

696 B: Elder Law Journal : Professor Sean Anderson & Richard Kaplan

  • No Text Required

696 C: JLTP : Professor Paul Heald

  • No Text Required

696 D: Ill. Bar Journal: Professor Lesley Wexler

  • No Text Required

696 E: Ill. Bar Journal Editors: Professor Lesley Wexler

  • No Text Required

697 A: Green Internal Competition : Professor Colleen Ramais

  • No Text Required

697 C: Moot Court Practicum: Professor Colleen Ramais

  • No Text Required

697 D: Thurgood Marshall External Competition : Professor Colleen Ramais

  • No Text Required

697 E: Evans External Competition : Professor Colleen Ramais

  • No Text Required

697 F: Williams Institute External Competition : Professor Colleen Ramais

  • No Text Required

699 Arr: Independent Study #: Professor  Arr

792 A: Advanced Legal Research: Illinois-This course meets January 22nd-March 11th.: Professor Pia Hunter

  • No Text Required

792 B1: Writing about Law for a Lay Audience #: Professor Travis McDade

  • Strunk & White, The Elements of Legal Style, 4th, Pearson, 978-0205309023
  • McDade, Disappearing Ink: The Insider, the FBI, and the Looting of the Kenyon College Library, 2015, Diversion Publishing, 978-1682301487

792 CC: Healthcare Law, Bioethics, and the In-House Lawyer*--This course will meet January 22nd-April 15th. : Professor Carl Bergetz & Anthony Del Rio

  • No Text Required

792 E1: Land Use Planning: Professor Ben LeRoy

  • Callies, Freilich, and Saxer, Cases and Materials on Land Use, 7th, West Academic, 978-1634596879

792 EEC: Advanced Legal Reasoning Workshop*--This course will meet January 24th-March 13th.: Professor Virginia Vermillion

  • Hill & Vukadin, Legal Analysis: 100 Exercises for Mastery, Practice for Every Law Student, 2nd, Carolina Academic, 978-1632849472
  • Garner, Legal Writing in Plain English, Second Edition: A Text with Exercises, 2nd, University of Chicago Press, 978-0226283937
  • Garner, The Redbook: A Manual on Legal Style, 4th, West Academic, 978-1642421002, *This book is an amazing desk reference tool, and one which will be invaluable to you in the practice of law. Many of you should already have the 3rd edition, which is what we will be using for the course. If you need to purchase the book, you may want to get the 4th edition, which was just recently released. If you do this, please let me know and I will be happy to identify the amended sections for the class assignments.

792 FFC: Law Practice Technology & Business Operations*--This course will meet January 24th-March 27th. : Professor Scott Rosenberg & Dan Safran

  • Susskind, Tomorrow's Lawyers: An Introduction to Your Future, 2nd, Oxford University Press, 978-0198796633

792 HH: Introduction to a Transactional Practice: Natural Resources-This course meets January 23rd-February 13th.: Professor John Bradford

  • No Text Required

792 I: Health Law Practice: Professor Rummana Alam, Letha Kramer & Kurt Leifheit

  • Furrow, Greaney, Johnson, Jost, Schwartz, Clark & Brown, Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems, Abridged, 8th, West Academic, 978-1683289111

792 J1: Immigration Law: Professor Jamelle Sharpe

  • Aleinikoff, Martin, Motomura, Fullterton & Stumpf, Immigration and Citizenship: Process and Policy, 8th, West Academic, 978-1634599283

792 L: Writing for Law Practice: Professor Aylon Schulte

  • Garner, Legal Writing in Plain English: A Text with Exercises, 2nd, University of Chicago Press, 978-0226283937
  • The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th, 978-0692400197
  • Garner, The Redbook: A Manual on Legal Style, 4th, West Academic, 978-1642421002

792 O1: Cybersecurity Law and Policy: Professor David Glockner & Shoba Pillay

  • No Text Required

792 OOO: Advanced Legal Research: Administrative & Regulatory-This course meets January 24th-March 13th.: Professor Matthew Braun

  • No Text Required

792 VV: Small Firm Practice-This course meets January 23rd-February 27th.: Professor Greg Miarecki

  • Lavelle, The Business Guide to Law: Creating and Operating a Successful Law Firm, 2016, American Bar Association, 978-1634252362

792 W1: Privacy Law #: Professor Faye Jones

  • No Text Required

792 WWC: Complex Litigation: Class Actions, Mass Actions, and Related Topics: Professor Anthony Hopp

  • Marcus, Sherman and Erichson, Complex Litigation: Cases and Materials on Advanced Civil Procedure, 6th, West Academic, 978-1628101423

792 X1: Representative Government in the State of Illinois: Professor John Bradley

  • No Text Required

792 Y1: Compliance, Ethics, & Prof Responsibility-Intersession only: This course meets January 7th-January 17th in Chicago.: Professor Gretchen Winter

  • No Text Required

793 B: Advanced Negotiation Skills and Strategies: Professor Randall Green

  • Fisher, Ury, & Patton, Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In, 2011, Penguin Books, 978-0143118756
  • Shell, Bargaining for Advantage: Negotiation Strategies for Reasonable People, 2nd, Penguin Books, 978-0143036975
  • Stone, Patton, Heen & Fisher, Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most, 2010, Penguin Books, 978-0143118442

793 C: Pre-Trial Litigation (Chicago): Professor Brian Hunt & Bradley Nahrstadt

  • Cohen, You Can Negotiate Anything: The World's Best Negotiator Tells You How To Get What You Want, 1982, Bantam, 978-0553281095
  • Fisher, Ury, & Patton, Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In, 2011, Penguin Books, 978-0143118756
  • Mauet, Trial Techniques and Trials, 10th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454886532
  • Rose III & Underwood, Fundamental Pretrial Advocacy: A Strategic Guide to Effective Litigation, 2nd, West Academic, 978-0314281043
  • Tzu, The Art of War, 2015, Chiron Academic Press, 978-9176371107

793 C2: Pre-Trial Litigation: Professor Jim Kearns

  • Rose III & Underwood, Fundamental Pretrial Advocacy: A Strategic Guide to Effective Litigation, 2nd, West Academic, 978-0314281043, Recommended, but not required

793 DC: e-Discovery: Professor Elizabeth Erickson

  • No Text Required

793 FC: Advanced Trial Advocacy and Professional Responsibility +: Professor Kimball Anderson, Karen Anderson, Julie Bauer, Lawrence Desideri, Greg Miarecki, Lynn Murray, Giel Stein & Scott Szala

  • Burns, Lubet, and Moberly, Problems and Materials in Evidence and Trial Advocacy, 6th, NITA, 978-1601567789, 2 volume set
  • Mauet, Trial Techniques and Trials, 10th, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1454886532
  • Bennett, Annotated Model Rules of Professional Conduct, 8th, American Bar Association, 978-1634252478
  • Federal Rules of Evidence, Michigan Legal Publishing, 978-1518895852

793 H: e-Discovery-Intersession only: This course meets January 13th-January 17th in Chicago.: Professor William Trevena

  • No Text Required; Course Materials Will Be Distributed

793 O1: Negotiation Skills and Strategies: Professor James Simon

  • Korobkin, Legal Negotiation Theory & Strategy 2e, 2nd, Aspen, 978-0735570672, Students can use 2002 edition as well. There is a third edition but strongly recommend against students using it.

793 O2: Negotiation Skills and Strategies: Professor James Simon

  • Korobkin, Legal Negotiation Theory & Strategy 2e, 2nd, Aspen, 978-0735570672, Students can use 2002 edition as well. There is a third edition but strongly recommend against students using it.

793 S: CFI: Interviewing, Counseling, Fact Investigation: Professor Amy Roebuck

  • Binder, Bergman, Tremblay & Weinstein, Lawyers as Counselors, A Client-Centered Approach, 4th, West Academic, 978-1640203907

794 A: Financial Accounting for Lawyers-This online course will be offered January 27th-February 14th.: Professor Richard Kaplan

  • Dickie, Financial Statement Analysis and Business Valuation for the Practical Lawyer, 2nd, American Bar Association, 978-1590314746, Available for free download to students

794 AC: Corporate Reorganizations-This course is internet-streamed from Champaign.: Professor Ralph Brubaker

  • United States Bankruptcy Code & Rules Booklet, 2020, LegalPub, 978-1934852408, will use photocopied course materials

794 B1C: International Bankruptcy--This course has both live & streamed content.: Professor Geoffrey Goodman

  • No Text Required

794 D1C: Applied Contracts: The Anatomy of Corporate Finance Transactions and Documentation: Professor Robert Graves

  • No Text Required

794 E: Employee Benefits: Professor Sean Anderson

  • Anderson, Pratt & Stumpff, Pension and Employee Benefit Statutes and Regulations, Selected Sections, 2017, Foundation Press, 978-1683284611, Recommended, but not required. Note: course packet will be required.

794 F1: Advanced Legal Writing: Transactional Writing #: Professor Kari Sanderson

  • Stark, Drafting Contracts: How & Why Lawyers Do What They Do, 2nd, Aspen, 978-0735594777

794 H1: Corporate Reorganizations: Professor Ralph Brubaker

  • United States Bankruptcy Code & Rules Booklet, 2020, LegalPub, 978-1934852408, will use photocopied course materials

794 HC: Executive Compensation*--This course will meet March 23rd - May 4th.: Professor Michael Melbinger

  • Melbinger, Executive Compensation, 3rd, Wolters Kluwer, 978-1543805345

794 J1: Advanced Legal Writing: Insurance Coverage #: Professor Dennis LaGory

  • No Text Required

794 L: State and Local Taxation #: Professor Michelle Layser

  • Gupta, Karayan, Neff & Swenson, State and Local Taxation: Principles and Practices, 3rd, J. Ross Publishing, 978-1604270952

794 O: Mergers & Acquisitions: Professor Amitai Aviram

  • Students will be able to download materials from the intranet course page.

794 OC: Mergers & Acquisitions-This course is internet-streamed from Champaign.: Professor Amitai Aviram

  • Students will be able to download materials from the intranet course page.

795 A: Criminal Law Theory & Practice-This course meets January 23rd-March 12th.: Professor Margareth Etienne

  • Vitiello & Hughes, Criminal Law Simulations: Bridge to Practice, 1st, West Academic, 978-1628100600

795 L: Criminal Practice: Ethics +: Professor Eugene Miller

  • No Text Required

796 AA: Comparative Constitutional Law-This course meets February 26th-March 6th.: Professor Francesco Biagi

  • No Text Required

796 EL: Human Resource Management in a Multi-National Legal Environment-Intersession only: This course meets January 6th-January 10th in Champaign.: Professor Matthew Finkin

  • Finkin & Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Multinational Human Resource Management and the Law, 2013, Edward Elgar, 978-1781004111

796 L: Humanitarian Relief in US Immigration Law: Professor Lauren Anaya

  • Martin, Aleinikoff, Motomura & Fullerton, Forced Migration Law and Policy, 2nd, West Academic, 978-0314285331

797 B: Patent Prosecution: Professor Joseph Barich

  • No Text Required

797 M: Intellectual Property Transactions: Professor Andrea Augustine

  • Gruner, Ghosh & Kesan, Transactional Intellectual Property: From Startups to Public Companies, 4th, Carolina Academic, 978-1531007461

797 P: International Intellectual Property #: Professor Paul Heald

  • Chow & Lee, International Intellectual Property, Problems, Cases, and Materials, 3rd, West Academic, 978-1683284147

798 AC: The Law as a Changing Business: Professor Audrey Rubin

  • Herrmann, The Curmudgeon's Guide to Practicing Law, 2006, American Bar Association, 978-1590316764
  • Munneke, Introduction to Law Practice: Organizing and Managing Legal Work, 4th, West Academic, 978-0314276452

798 CC: Corporate Counsel Seminar-Intersession only: This course meets January 7th-January 17th in Chicago. : Professor Nicola Sharpe

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798 D: Affordable Housing and Community Development #: Professor Michelle Layser

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798 EE: Labor Law and Public Policy #: Professor Matthew Finkin

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798 FF: Title IX #: Professor Robin Kar

  • Title IX: contemporary decisions, 2019, LandMark Publications, 978-1794095403
  • Kay & Green, Sex-Based Discrimination, Text, Cases and Materials, 7th, West Academic, 978-0314907172
  • MacKinnon & Siegel, Directions in Sexual Harassment Law, 2012, Yale University, 978-0300187557
  • Medicine National Academies, Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 2018, National Academic, 978-0309470872

798 P1: JSD Legal Scholarship-JSD students only.: Professor Kenworthey Bilz

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798 T1: Constitutional Law Colloquium: Professor Jason Mazzone

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798 Z: Sports Law Seminar #: Professor Suja Thomas

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