Land Use Controls Spring, 2015 Prof. Marla Mansfield
A new semester starts! Here is all the information you need for the first Wednesday.
Required Text: Sterk and Peñalver, Land Use Regulation
Class 1 January 15 Pgs. 1-31
PLEASE SIGN UP IN TWEN FOR THIS COURSE AND USE AN E-MAIL ADDRESS THAT YOU REGULARLY MONITOR. I will only communicate through TWEN in the future.
PROFESSOR MARLA E. MANSFIELD SPRING 2015
PLEASE REGISTER WITH TWEN USING AN E-MAIL YOU REGULARLY MONITOR. You are responsible for knowing the class procedures. They are available for download and are posted on TWEN in tabs labeled “Syllabus” and “Course Materials.”
A Concise Introduction to Property Law (1st Ed) (“Text”)
A Students Guide to Estates and Future Interests (3rd Ed)
References: T. = A Concise Introduction to Property Law (1st Ed)text
Sup. = The supplement in tab labeled “Course Materials” on TWEN
Guide = A Student’s Guide to Estates and Future Interests
Class #1 January 13
Text pp.1-2; 341-353; Sup. 1-2: Pierson;Ghen
Defining Property: Private Ownership of Natural Resources — Rule of Capture
Class #2 January 15
Text pp.353-73; Evans, Barnard, Yonadi, Plume
Impacts of Rule of Capture – Water, Oil & Gas; Rights to Land
NOTE: CLASSNOTES (Plus PowerPoints) ARE AVAILABLE ON TWEN. LAPTOPS ARE NOT NEEDED AND ARE BANNED. MANY OF MY STUDENTS HAVE FOUND THE AVAILABILITY OF NOTES ALLOWED THEM TO THINK AND HANDWRITE DURING CLASS, WHICH ENHANCED LEARNING
International Business Transactions – Spring 2015 – Tues. / Thurs.
Book: Jackson, Davey and Sykes, Legal Problems of International Economic Relations (6th ed.) +
We will begin the first class session by covering pp. 70-82 of the course book. Please come prepared