Legislation (Professor Royster)
Required Text: Jellum & Hricik, Modern Statutory Interpretation: Problems, Theories, and Lawyering Strategies (Carolina Academic Press, 2d ed. 2009).
TWEN, provided by Westlaw, is accessed from <www.lawschool.westlaw.com/> with your Westlaw password. Please register for this course, using your preferred email address.
Assignment for Monday, Jan. 13: pages xxv-xxx and 3-18. Prepare problem 1-1 for class discussion.
Assignment for Wednesday, Jan. 15: Prepare the assignment on the TWEN Course Materials page called “Assignment for Class 2.” As the first graded assignment, draft the “Law Students Just Want to Have Fun” bill (no more than half a page) and bring to class to hand in.
M E M O R A N D U M
To: Advanced Torts Students (both Sections)
From: Ray Yasser
Date: January 8, 2014
There is no advance assignment for our Torts class but it is important for you to attend. We will discuss the overall course content, course requirements and the ground rules for the course. I will also provide you with a syllabus detailing the class assignments for the semester.
I look forward to seeing you.
Professor Robert Butkin
State Administrative Law
Assignment for January 14
Please enroll in the course’s TWEN page prior to our first meeting. Also, please review the Course Policy that has been posted to the course TWEN page. The Course Policy includes a list of the topics that we will cover in the course.
For January 14, please read Butkin, Cases and Materials on State Administrative Law (Cases and Materials), pp. 1-21, and prepare the discussion questions on pp. 20-21. These materials have been posted to the Handouts-Required Reading folder on TWEN. Copies are also available on the table outside the faculty support center in the East Wing of the law school.
Land Use Controls Spring, 2014 Prof. Marla Mansfield
A new semester starts! Here is all the information you need for next 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.
(For the early-bird registrants, the TWEN site now actually has the Syllabus and Procedures. It must have looked pretty bare when you registered)
PROFESSOR MARLA E. MANSFIELD B SPRING 2014
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
Topic Tax Code Sections
Tax Practice 7491(a)(1)-(2)(B),
and Procedure 6501(a), (b)(1),
Dear Constitutional Law II Class
The Blog for our class is now up and running. You can access the blog using the following information:
User Name: gdas14
On it are 2 posts:
Use the class roll to identify which team you are on so you and your teammates can successfully complete the first blog assignment.
Time is of the essence, so please email me as soon as you see this email and successfully access the blog. Let me know immediately if you have difficulty accessing the blog. If I can’t solve the problem, then you will need to contact Chris Farwell, Gina Bradley, or Kim Childers at email@example.com to determine if your computer or internet service has a firewall blocking access to the blog.
I look forward to seeing you on Monday.