Students should have received three forwarded emails from Professor McDonald with assignments and attachments. You can also pick up a copy of the assignment and the three attachments on the table outside the Faculty Support Center.
Course: Advanced Research Strategy
Term: Summer, 2013
Prior to the first class on May 20, 2013, please read and be prepared to discuss the materials located on the assignment table outside the Faculty Support Center.
If you have a laptop computer, you should bring it to class on the first day. If we have time, we will work through a short research exercise during that class.
The casebook is Family Law by Ellman, Kurtz, et al. 5th edition (2009).
Assignment for Monday, May 20th
Read Chapter Two pp. 121-143 (Prepare problem 2-1 only)
Read Chapter Two pp. 143 to 151 (skip problems)
Read Chapter Two pp. 184 (bottom of page) to 192 (note 3)
If we do not have a chance to discuss all of the above reading, we will continue our discussion in Wednesday’s class.
Professor Sharisse O’Carroll
First six week session May 21 – June 27
Tues. Wed. Thurs. 4:00-6:15 p.m. Room 203
If you are enrolled in this course, you should have already received an email from Professor O’Carroll containing course materials, assignments and additional information. If you are enrolled in this course and have not received this email from Professor O’Carroll, please notify Professor O’Carroll directly at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org .
For class, you will need the following books:
Essential Lawyering Skills, by Krieger and Newmann; and
Getting to Yes, by Fisher, Ury and Patton.
For our first class on Tuesday, July 9th, please read Chapters 1,3, and 5 in the Krieger book.
See you then,