Class is CANCELLED for tonight, Thursday, November 16, 2017.
Judge Kuehn has cancelled Evidence Workshop for tonight, Wednesday, October 4, 2017.
Professor Piety has cancelled class for Thursday, September 21, 2017.
Please read the materials for Judge Cantrell’s class PRIOR to class on August 30th.
Let’s start class at 1:30pm today so you can observe the eclipse (don’t forget to use NASA-approved glasses).
For class at 1pm on Tuesday August 22nd, please read pp. 5-29 in Driesen, Adler, Engel
DISREGARD EARLIER POST FROM PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER. THE WRONG CASEBOOK WAS LISTED. PLEASE READ BELOW FOR THE CORRECT CASEBOOK INFORMAITON. PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER SAID THE PAGE NUMBERS SHOULD BE OK.
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication #5003
From your casebook, Criminal Procedure, Principles, Policies & Perspectives, 6th ed. (Thomson/West 2017), by Joshua Dressler and George C. Thomas III, please read pages 49-51, 38-46, 48 Note B, 64-69, 1025-26, and 1036-42.
CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATION – SEMINAR – CLASS ASSIGNMENT/SYLLABUS
August 23, 2017 Read cases from Lexis or Westlaw. Bring printed copy of each case to class.
CBOCS West, Inc. v. Humphries, 553 U.S. 442 (2008).
Edens v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. 252 F.3d 862 (6th Cir. 2001).
Williams v. Lindenwood University, 288 F.3d 349 (8th Cir. 2002).
August 30, 2017 Read cases from Lexis or Westlaw. Bring printed copy of each case to class.
Hampton v. Dillard Depart. Stores, Inc., 247 F.3d 1091 (10th Cir. 2001).
Asbury v. Brougham, 866 F.2d 1276 (10th Cir. 1989)
Campbell v. Forest Preserve Dist. 752 F.3d 665 (7th Cir. 2014).
September 6, 2017 Casebook pgs. 633-74
September 13, 2017 Read from casebook pgs. 60 – 87.
For the remainder of the semester read 30 pages in the casebook from where we stopped in class. If 30th page ends in the middle of a case, read the entire case.
CIVIL RIGHTS SEMINAR
September 20, 2017 Proposed topic for paper must be submitted and approved by Professor Parker.
October 25, 2017 Rough draft of seminar paper due.
November 29, 2017 Last day of classes. Papers are due in my office no later than noon.
ALL DEADLINES ARE STRICT. REQUESTS FOR EXTENSIONS OF ANY DEADLINE WILL BE SUBJECT TO A PENALTY OF ½ LETTER GRADE.
This class requires a seminar paper consisting of a minimum of 24 pages including footnotes. Cover page does not count towards the minimum page requirement. The paper should be written in the form of a research paper. Citations should be in the form of footnotes, rather than endnotes.
ROUGH DRAFT AND FINAL PAPER(S)
Both the rough draft and final paper shall be double spaced, typed in regular font, with one inch margins. Each page shall be numbered and the paper shall be stapled or otherwise professionally bound.
INSURANCE LAW – ASSIGNMENT
For Monday, August 21, 2017 the Class topic will be “What constitutes an insurance policy?”. For purposes of this class and discussion please read: McMullan v. Enter. Fin. Group., 247 P.3d 1173 (Okl. 2011); 36 Okl. St. § 6656; 36 Okl. St. § 1250.5; 36 Okl. St. § 1250.2
AGENCY & PARTNERSHIP
MW, 2:30-3:45 p.m., Room 2442
PROFESSOR TOM ARNOLD
NOTE: The casebook we are using contains a number of problems. We will spend significant time on these problems in class. When an assignment in the casebook includes problems, you are expected to read and think about the problems and to be prepared to discuss them in class. If called upon, be ready to present your analysis from the notes/outline you have prepared about the particular problem.
Assignment #1: Monday, August 21, 2017
Read pp. 1-23 in ROSIN, McGOVERN, CLOSEN, AGENCY, PARTNERSHIP & LLCs 2nd Ed. (Carolina Academic Press 2013).
Assignment #2: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Read pp. 23-37 in the Rosin casebook. You may omit the Giannopoulos case on pp. 23-25 but not the notes after the case.
Read the short handout on Equal Dignities available on the TWEN site for the course.
Read Course Information Sheet (to be made available at first class) carefully.