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Non Profit Law AND Deals: Patterns & Practices in Business Transactions – Professor Barbara Bucholtz

2017 February 21
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by Cyndee Jones

Professor Bucholtz has CANCELLED both of her classes for today, Tuesday, February 21, 2017.

Thank You,
Cyndee Jones

Legal Writing II – Professor Evelyn Hutchison

2017 February 13
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by Cyndee Jones

Good Morning Students,

Professor Hutchison has CANCELLED BOTH of her Legal Writing II classes for today, Monday, February 13, 2017.

Thank You,
Cyndee Jones

 

Professional Responsibility – Adjunct Professor Sharisse O’Carroll

2017 February 8
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by Cyndee Jones

Professional Responsibility is CANCELLED for Wednesday, February 8, 2016.

Thanks!
Cyndee Jones

 

 

Constitutional Law I – Professor Gary Allison

2017 February 6
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by Cyndee Jones

Students,

Professor Allison has CANCELLED his Constitutional Law I classes for Monday and Wednesday, February 6th and 8th.

Thank You,
Cyndee Jones
Faculty Support Center

 

 

 

Professional Responsibility – Adjunct Professor Sharisse O’Carroll

2017 January 18
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by Cyndee Jones

Professional Responsibility has been CANCELLED for this afternoon, January 18, 2016.

Torts – Professor Parker (Fall 2016)

2017 January 17
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by Cyndee Jones

Announcement for my first year torts students

“Anyone wanting to review their torts exam must schedule an appointment to do so by Friday, February 3rd.”

Native American Natural Resources Law – Professor Judith Royster

2017 January 9
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by Cyndee Jones

Native American Natural Resources Law 

For Tuesday, Jan. 10, please read pages xxv-xxvi and 3-9 of the casebook. We will focus the first day on the Dakota Access Pipeline. There are two documents on the TWEN Course Materials page with titles starting with “DAPL” and a Word document containing links to a variety of articles (which are also listed below). While there are several documents to read, each one is short and straightforward. Please take the time to read them.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2016/09/why_the_s

sioux_battle_against_the_dakota_access_pipeline_is_such_a_big_deal.html

 

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/trump-team-says-backs-disputed-dakota-acces

s-oil-pipeline/

 

https://theconversation.com/victory-at-standing-rock-reflects-a-failure-of-us-e

nergy-and-climate-policy-69881

 

https://transformativespaces.org/2016/10/27/how-to-talk-about-nodapl-a-native-p

erspective/

 

http://www.dallasnews.com/business/energy/2016/11/11/dallas-kelcy-warren-says-d

akota-access-pipeline-protests-ignore-facts

 

http://www.yesmagazine.org/planet/an-oil-pipeline-and-a-river-what-would-sittin

g-bull-do-20160829 

 

 

 

Family Law – Professor Marianne Blair

2017 January 5
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by Cyndee Jones

Family Law – Prof. M. Blair – Tuesday and Thursday 2:30 to 4:20 p.m. (Room 204)

The casebook is Family Law by Ellman, Kurtz et al, Abridged 5th edition (2014). Used and new copies are available in the bookstore and online at Amazon and similar sites.

An electronic copy of the Statutory Supplement is posted on the course TWEN page and a paper copy will be available soon (probably Friday or Monday) in the Faculty Support Center.

The paper copy is 3 hole punched and ready to be inserted in any binder you choose. Also, please immediately sign up for the course TWEN page (with a valid e-mail address at which you can be

reached). All handouts for the course will be posted on the course TWEN page.

Assignment for Tuesday, January 10th

Course Information Sheet (TWEN handout) (Please read it before the first class)

Casebook pp. 69-79 (Prepare Problem 2-1)

In re Estate of Hall (TWEN)

Okla. Dep’t of Mental Health v. Pierce (TWEN)

Method of Marrying and Validity of Marriage Problems – Set One [TWEN]

Oklahoma Stat. tit. 43, § 1 (Statutory Supplement [hereinafter Supp.] p. 176)

Presumptions and Impediment Removal Devices (TWEN handout)

Supplemental Reading (not assigned):

Okla. Stat. tit. 43 §§ 4-36 (Supp. pp. 177-182)

 

Law & Literature – Professor Robert Spoo

2017 January 4
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by Cyndee Jones

Students:

Please pick-up your course materials for Monday’s class from the table outside the Faculty Support Center in the East Wing of the law school.

Thank You!

Civil Procedure II – Professor Marianne Blair

2017 January 4
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Civil Pro II- Prof. M. Blair

Tuesday-Thursday 10:30 – 11:45 a.m. Room 204

Please register immediately for my TWEN page on Westlaw for Civil Pro II, Spring 2017.  Handouts necessary to prepare for the first day of class are posted.

If you were in my Civ Pro I class last semester, you do not need to purchase any new books.  We will be using the same statutes and rules supplement that you purchased last semester, so you do

not need to purchase a new supplement either.

Assignment for Tuesday, January 10, 2017:-BRING YOUR CLICKER TO CLASS

Note: Some problems may carry over to Thursday

Read : Course Information Sheet (TWEN)

U.S. Constitution, Art. I, § 8; Art. III, §§ 1 and 2; Art. IV,§ 1; Art. VI, ¶ 2; 11th Amendment

(Supp. pp. 1-2)

Skim: 28 U.S.C. §§ 1251, 1253, 1254, 1257, 1291 (Supp. pp. 92-93)

Read: 28 U.S.C. § 1332 (a)(c)(e) (Supp. pp. 96, 98-99)

Basic Principles of Subject Matter Jurisdiction handout (TWEN)

Casebook pp. 63-68, 205-208

Mas v. Perry (TWEN)

Casebook pp. 220-227 (note 9)

Note on J.P. Morgan v. Traffic Stream (TWEN)

Handout: Alienage Jurisdiction: When Does It Apply?

Prepare: Diversity Problems 1-5 (on TWEN)

Supplemental Reading (not assigned)

Note on Marshall v. Marshall (2006) (TWEN)

Congressional Report on Fed. Courts Jurisdiction and Venue Clarification Act of 2011, pp. 6-8