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2011 - Winter

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LAW 9103
Leg Anal, Res & Comm (Pt II)
Legal Analysis, Research, and Communications (LARC) is a three-hour course that you will complete during two consecutive quarters.   In this course, students learn fundamentals in important aspects of legal writing and problem-solving, including: (1) legal organization (issue, law, application, rebuttal), (2) legal clarity (sensitivity to legal terms of art, statutory phrases, elements of proof, and so forth), and (3) legal specificity (always tying general legal principles and elements to particular facts of the case).  Students also receive instruction in legal research and citation.

LARC, Part I focuses primarily on the basics of drafting a memorandum of law using case analysis, along with instruction about researching and citing to cases.  Students complete two memoranda during the first quarter of LARC.

LARC, Part II focuses on statutory analysis, forms of legal writing in addition to memoranda of law, and several legal research topics.  During the second quarter of LARC, students complete a research memorandum and a final major research project.
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01Open10075N/A10004TR0800AM - 0905AMLAW 2371Regular
Brandon D. Quarles
Matthew C. Cordon
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
02Open10067N/A10033TR1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2391Regular
Brandon D. Quarles
Matthew C. Cordon
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9122
Bus Transactions Capstone
Students are required to play the role of lawyer for a party in a hypothetical business transaction. The course thus provides students the opportunity to apply and develop analytical and drafting skills in connection with legal issues and problems that typically arise in the negotiation and drafting involved in such a transaction.
Prerequisites: Basic Tax & Accounting for Lawyers, Business Organizations I, Individual Taxation, Business Planning and Drafting, Business Organizations II, Securities Regulation, grade of at least "B" in Business Organizations I, or cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 after first year courses completed.
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01Open109N/A10145----- 1Independent Study
Elizabeth Miller
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9125
Patent Litigation
This course will survey the unique issues and elements of patent litigation. Topics covered include desired qualifications and experience for litigating patent cases, pre-suit investigation for patentees, initial options and obligations for alleged patent infringers, jurisdiction and venue considerations, substantive elements of a patent case, infringement and invalidity contentions, claim construction, and Markman Hearings, expert witness considerations, trial technology options, trial strategies, jury considerations, damage models, alternative dispute resolution options, and appellate work.
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01Open10080N/A10048W0100PM - 0205PMLAW 1251Regular
David G. Henry
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9126
Texas Legislative Process
The goal of this course is to provide law students with an understanding of the Texas legislative process and procedure; to know the where, when, why and how statutes are made that affect the citizens of Texas; and to gain an insight into the role lawyers play in the process.  A wide range of procedural and substantive topics will be discussed to enable law students to gain an understanding of the process of legislation, the procedural requirements, and the forces at work which all contribute to the criteria for enactment of a statute or the rejection of a bill.
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01Open10075N/A10133M0330PM - 0435PMLAW 2371Regular
David Sibley
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9132
Trusts & Estates Capstone
Upon completion of Wealth Transfers, the student enrolls in a capstone course which provides the student with the opportunity to work one on one with a faculty member in order to apply through drafting exercises what the student learned in the substantive course and also to experience the types of problems lawyers in this area of the law handle on a routine basis.
Prerequisites: Trusts and Estates and Wealth Transfers
Also required: grade of at least "B," in Trusts & Estates, or cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 after first year courses completed.
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01Open51N/A10083----- 1Independent Study
Tom Featherston
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9134
Oil & Gas Drafting Prob
A study of the preparation of warranty deeds with exception and reservation, mineral deeds, royalty deeds, oil and gas lease with amendment for certain factual situation, and division orders.  Also studied are problems involving assignment of leases, including review of farmount agreements, dry hole letters and other methods of financing drilling exploration.
Prerequisite: Oil & Gas
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01Open10076N/A10052W0215PM - 0320PMLAW 1221Regular
William D. Farrar
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9142
Admin. of Estates Capstone
A student works one on one with a faculty member working through a series of exercises designed to provide the student with the opportunity to develop and apply analytical and problem solving skills in connection with topics covered in Administration of Estates. This course allows the student to experience the types of problems lawyers practicing in this field handle on a routine basis.
Prerequisites: Trusts and Estates and Administration of Estates, grade of at least "B" in Administration of Esates, or cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 after first year courses completed.
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01Open54N/A10084----- 1Independent Study
Tom Featherston
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9202
Corporate Taxation
This course will cover tax consequences of organizing and operating a regular C corporation, as well as issues relating to sale or distribution of corporate assets, sale of corporate stock, and mergers and acquisitions. General introduction to S corporations also included.
Prerequisite: Basic Tax & Accounting for Lawyers
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01Open10086N/A10046MW0915AM - 1020AMLAW 1252Regular
Dan McReynolds
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9209
Veterans Affairs Reg Couns Ext
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01Open1512N/A10069----- 2 - 3Practicum
Heather A. Creed
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9212
Scientific Evidence
Technical and scientific concepts play an increasingly decisive role in modern civil and criminal litigation. This seminar will prepare counsel to build and refute arguments grounded in scientific evidence, identify and weigh complex or novel scientific assertions, locate and work with expert witnesses, and effectively present scientific and technical arguments to judges and juries. No mathematical or science background is required.
Prerequisite: Practice Court I
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01Open100100N/A10038TR0100PM - 0205PMTBA TBA2Regular
Carl N. Edwards
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9213
Title IV-D Court Externship
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01Open1010N/A10091----- 2 - 3Practicum
STAFF
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9220
Adv Trial Advocacy Skills Sem
This course seeks to enhance and extend trial skills first addressed in Practice Court I and II. Course methodology includes class discussion, group planning, performance drills and group critique. Subjects for study include developing a theory and theme of the issue; storytelling skills, as applied to opening statement; direct examination skills; planning of cross-examination and cross-examination techniques. Grades are assigned based upon class participation, written exercises and performance skills.
Prerequisites: Practice Court I
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01Open166N/A10058T0330PM - 0435PMLAW 1242Regular
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Lyn Robbins
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9222
Information Privacy Law
This course is a general survey and analysis of privacy issues that are the direct result of advances in technology.  Topics discussed will include: (1) Internet privacy, including issues related to anonymity, commercial profiling and spam; (2) Health and genetic privacy, including issues relating to medical records, confidentiality of physician-patient relationships, DNA databases and genetic discrimination; (3) Law enforcement privacy, including issues related to wiretapping, surveillance, and counter-terrorism and post 9/11 reactions.
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01Open10084N/A10131MW0915AM - 1020AMLAW 2372Regular
Connie D. Nichols
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9227
Client Counseling
Students in this course seek to develop those skills necessary to establish appropriate professional relationships with clients. Specifically, the class engages in exercises that encourage students (i) to recognize and use different questioning techniques; (ii) to develop the skills to counsel clients in a manner that encourages full client participation in decision-making; and (iii) to recognize and resolve potential ethical issues related to the attorney/client relationship. In-class exercises are supplemented by assigned readings.
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01Open10076N/A10053T0330PM - 0435PMLAW 2372Regular
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Rex D. Davis
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9228
State Office of Admin Hear Ext
A one quarter externship experience in one of the following environmental agencies upon approval by the Associate Dean: State Office of Administrative Hearings, Enviornmental Protection Agency, or Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.
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01Open1515N/A10064----- 2 - 3Practicum
STAFF
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9231
Texas Land Practice: Land Titl
A study of selected problems of Texas land law. The course includes material on
contracts of sale, titles, original title, priorities, limitations, land as security, and
judicial procedures relating to land titles.  A drafting problem and a title examination are required exercises.
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01Open10059N/A10129WF1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2362Regular
Bridget Fuselier
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9235
Admin of Estates
A study of the law of administration of trusts and the estates of decedents, minors and incapacitated persons. This practice skills course focuses on the procedural aspects of an estate practice.
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01Open10042N/A10017MW0915AM - 1020AMLAW 1222Regular
Tom Featherston
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9236
Environ Prot Agcy Ext
A one quarter externship experience in one of the following environmental agencies upon approval by the Associate Dean: State Office of Administrative Hearings, Enviornmental Protection Agency, or Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.
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01Open100100N/A10059----- 2Practicum
STAFF
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9245
Family Rights Practice & Proc
This course focuses on legal representation in cases dealing with child abuse and neglect, the termination of parental rights, and protective orders to prevent family violence.  Students will be instructed on the substantive law, practical application and ethical considerations in providing legal counsel to children in foster care, to parents against whom the State has filed a petition to terminate parental rights, and to family members seeking an investigation into allegations of abuse, neglect, and family violence; preparation for and participation in statutorily mandated hearings; filing appropriate pleadings and motions; and advocacy throughout all stages of a case including mediation and trial.
Recommended Prerequisite: Family Law
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01Open10087N/A10054T0330PM - 0435PMLAW 1252Regular
T0445PM - 0550PMTBA TBA
Tina D. Amberboy
Meg Voelter
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9247
Alternative Dispute Resolution
A study of the techniques, goals, and methods of negotiating, as well as other forms of dispute resolution, including mediation. The primary teaching method is the use of simulated problems in which the students seek to negotiate resolutions to disputes involving a variety of factual settings and legal theories. Enrollment is usually limited to 36 students.
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01Open10064N/A10056W0330PM - 0435PMLAW 2362Regular
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Michael Rogers
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9251
Criminal Practice & Proc
This course will focus on the practice skills needed and the real-life procedures followed in criminal cases from the earliest stages of investigation and arrest through plea hearings, various negotiations, trials and sentencing. The class will use and follow cases through both the federal and Texas processes.
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01Open10077N/A10135W0330PM - 0435PMLAW 1202Regular
W0445PM - 0550PMTBA TBA
Jason R. Nassour
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9252
Creditors' Remedies
A study of creditor-debtor relationships, including federal and Texas debt collection practices acts, non-judicial debt collection, prejudgment remedies, collection litigation, judgments and judgment liens, postjudgment remedies, execution, exemptions, asset discovery, fraudulent conveyances, and foreign judgment enforcement. An overview of Article 9 and the Bankruptcy Code will be included.
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01Open10088N/A10037MW1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1242Regular
Shad Robinson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9253
Prosecutorial Externship
An opportunity to observe and assist state prosecutors in preparing cases for trial and appeal, allowing the students to apply knowledge learned in substantive courses as well as to gain an appreciation for the practical aspects of prosecution. This externship should be taken, if possible, after completing the courses in Advanced Criminal Procedure or Criminal Practice & Procedure. A minimum of 90 hours of supervised work will be required.
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01Open2011N/A10062----- 1 - 3Practicum
Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
02Open1513N/A10137----- 1 - 3Practicum
Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
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Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9257
Arbitration
A study of state and federal arbitration law and of the use of administered and non-administered arbitration in disputes and causes. Early course work covers types of alternative dispute resolution with comparison to arbitration practices and procedures. Practical approaches to handling mediation sessions and dealings with mediators and adverse parties will be discussed.
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01Open10080N/A10128WF1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2392Regular
Michael D. Morrison
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9258
Products Liability
An advanced torts course dealing specifically with the law as it relates to injuries caused by products.
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01Open10068N/A10027WF0100PM - 0205PMLAW 1202Regular
Jill W. Lens
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9259
Post Conv Procedure: Sent
A study of state and federal sentencing focusing on procedure, including federal guideline sentencing, Texas capital cases and state and federal sentencing hearings.
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01Open10073N/A10045WF0800AM - 0905AMLAW 1222Regular
Joe A. Rivera
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9262
Int Prop II:Adv Trademark
A follow-up to the Intellectual Property course.  The focus is on practice skills needed for the intellectual property lawyer, with a heavy emphasis on trademark law.
Prerequisite: Intellectual Property
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01Open10096N/A10018W0215PM - 0320PMLAW 1252Regular
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Connie D. Nichols
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9263
Adv Trial Preparation
This course is designed for students in the second half of the Practice Court program. Students work through advanced methods to prepare for their assigned PC III "big trial" including: use of focus groups to prepare for trial; taking video depositions with simultaneous ("real time") court reporting and video synchronization for use in trial; development of visual strategy and its electronic presentation for trial; and advanced discovery issues. Grades are based on trial preparation projects. The class meets three times a week for approximately six weeks in order to complete the projects for use in the PC III big trial.  
Prerequisite: Practice Court I
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01Open3411N/A10008MTR0800AM - 0905AMLAW 2362Regular
Jim Wren
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9265
Municipal Government
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01Open758N/A10071MW1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1222Regular
Charlie Olson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9269
Civil Appeals
Civil Appeals is an advanced, seminar-type study of appellate rules, strategy, and advocacy. The procedural focus will be on the Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure, though we will occasionally examine other sovereigns' appellate systems where appropriate. In addition to this rule and case-law focus, the course may also involve projects such as brief writing, moot-court exercises, oral-argument observation, and drafting bench briefs. Although the course will involve a one-hour final examination, class participation and the other projects will factor at least as heavily in the final grade as will the final examination. Course materials will be available for download on Blackboard at no charge.
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01Open100100N/A10030----- 2Regular
STAFF
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9270
Atty General Child Supp Ext
Students provide support in such tasks as the prosecution of paternity cases, calculating child support, and enforcement of child support orders.
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01Open1515N/A10066----- 1 - 3Practicum
STAFF
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9277
Health Care Litigation
An opportunity to examine the substantive and procedural concepts related to health care liability claims. In addition, the class provides exposure to evaluation of a health care liability claim, pre-trial preparation of plaintiff and defendant cases, and examination of expert witnesses. The class includes deposition exercises performed in connection with medical residents at the Family Practice Clinic.
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01Open10092N/A10039MW1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1252Regular
David W. Dumas
Colin H. O'Neill
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9279
Separation of Church & State
This course examines the relations between religion and government in the United States and emphasizes the U.S. Supreme Court's jurisprudence under the First Amendment's Establishment and Free-Exercise Clauses.
Prerequisite: Constitutional Law
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01Open10083N/A10127MW0915AM - 1020AMLAW 2392Regular
Laura A. Hernandez
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9281
Legal Services Externship
A one-quarter externship experience in which the student is assigned to work in the local legal services office, interviewing and performing legal services for indigents. All work is under the direction of legal services attorneys and law faculty. A minimum of 90 hours of supervised work will be required.
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01Open1515N/A10061----- 1 - 5Practicum
STAFF
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9282
Business Litigation
This course introduces students to specific issues routinely encountered throughout various types of business litigation, including: investigation, assessment and organization techniques for business litigation cases; the issues and legal trends relating to contorts; key causes of action that appear in and form building blocks in many different types of business litigation; building, proving and attacking business damage models; pleading into insurance coverage; planning and managing discovery in business litigation; working with and examining the experts typically seen in business litigation; and trial presentation issues that commonly recur in business litigation cases.
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01Open10063N/A10026MW1145AM - 1250PMLAW 2362Regular
Jim Underwood
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9288
International Trade Law
A study of the international and national regulation of trade in goods. Topics include United States import, export and other trade regulations, and bi-lateral and multi-lateral trade agreements and organizations (e.g., NAFTA, the World Trade Organization, etc.). Other topics include "Fast Track", countervailing duty and antidumping laws; preference programs (e.g., GSP); ITAR; FCPA, anti-boycott laws; trade sanctions and embargoes, safeguards and quotas; economic integration among countries; and the linkage of trade and diplomacy.
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01Open10087N/A10057W0330PM - 0435PMLAW 1242Regular
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Jim Chester
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9289
Jurisprudence
A fundamental survey course in current and historical legal philosophy, including the nature and sources of law, the relationships of law and morality, of law to society, and of law within the context of history.
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01Open10073N/A10134T0330PM - 0435PMLAW 2362Regular
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Michael D. Morrison
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9293
Family Business Planning
This course will focus upon certain state business organization and taxation statutes and federal taxation statutes and their application to closely held businesses.  
Prerequisite: Business Organizations I and Trusts & Estates, Basic Tax
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01Open10080N/A10047WF0100PM - 0205PMLAW 2372Regular
Wesley J. Filer
Marcus J. Brooks
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9294
Federal Judicial Externship
A one-quarter externship experience under the supervision of a judge in a designated court when approved in advance by the Associate Dean. A minimum of 90 hours of supervised work will be required.
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01Open2012N/A10060----- 1 - 3Practicum
Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9295
United States Bankruptcy Court
A one-quarter externship experience under the supervision of a judge in a designated court when approved in advance by the Associate Dean. A minimum of 90 hours of supervised work will be required.
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Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9296
State Judicial Ext
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Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
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Ron Beal
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9297
Texas Parks & Wildlife Leg Ext
A one quarter externship experience in one of the following environmental agencies upon approval by the Associate Dean: State Office of Administrative Hearings, Enviornmental Protection Agency, or Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.
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Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9303
Criminal Law
A study of the concepts basic to criminal law, including voluntary acts and omissions, states of mind, strict liability, murder and manslaughter, causation, accomplice liability, inchoate liability (attempt, conspiracy, and solicitation) and defenses (mistake, necessity, duress, self-defense, insanity).
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01Open10039N/A10012MWF1030AM - 1135AMLAW 1223Regular
Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9308
Sales Trans:Domestic & Int Law
Sales Transactions is an advanced course in contracts focusing on the regulation of domestic sales transactions under Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code and international sales transactions governed by the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods. The course builds on the first year Contracts course, developing in more detail the scope of statutory regulation, the acceptance and rejection of goods, contract interpretation in business transactions, warranty liability, damage rules, risk of loss, and commercial impracticability.
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01Open10073N/A10023MTR1030AM - 1135AMLAW 1203Regular
Larry T. Bates
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9310
E-Commerce
This course explores the range of legal issues arising from the emergence of the Internet as a medium for transacting business. The course considers how the law has reacted to challenges posed by the Internet. Specific areas covered include jurisdictional analysis, First Amendment/free speech, digital copyrights, trademarks and domain names, electronic privacy, electronic commercial transactions, and Internet governance.
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01Open10075N/A10132MTR0100PM - 0205PMLAW 2393Regular
Connie D. Nichols
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9314
Torts II
A study of the standards and principles governing compensation at law for private
wrongs, including the basic principles of intentional wrongs, negligence, strict
liability, and the defenses thereto. Students receive four hours of credit for the first quarter and three hours of credit for the second semester.
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01Open10058N/A10005MWF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 2363Regular
Jim Underwood
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
02Open10052N/A10006MWF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 1203Regular
Jill W. Lens
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9322
Bus Organizations II
A study of various corporate, partnership, and LLC topics beyond the scope of Business Organizations I. Topics include mergers and acquisitions, conversions and reorganizations; sucessor liability; duties and liabilities in winding up; derivative litigation; and issues related to publicy traded companies (such as insider trading and proxy regulation).
Prerequisite: Business Organizations I
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01Open10051N/A10007MTR0800AM - 0905AMLAW 1203Regular
Elizabeth Miller
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9323
Federal Courts
A study of federal courts, with special emphasis on forum selection.  Along with forum-selection doctrines such as subject-matter jurisdiction and abstention, the course explores other issues unique to our federal system, such as the Anti-Injunction Act and interjurisdictional preclusion.  Throughout the course, attention remains on the proper role of the federal courts--in relation both to the other branches of the federal government and to the States.
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01Open10037N/A10015TRF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 1223Regular
Rory Ryan
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9330
Oil & Gas Law
A study of oil and gas interests including mineral estates and royalty interests. Emphasis is placed on the execution of mineral leases and the conveyancing of mineral interests.
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01Open10031N/A10055W0330PM - 0435PMLAW 1223Regular
W0445PM - 0550PMTBA TBA
William D. Farrar
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9333
Advanced Legal Research
Instruction in a broad range of legal research materials and advanced research methods. This course is intended as a practical skills course that expands beyond the scope of LARC II, the first-year research course. Sources covered include a number of practice materials, electronic databases, and World Wide Web resources. The course also covers several specialized areas of research, including federal tax, business and commercial law, securities law, estates and trusts, family law, intellectual property, criminal law and procedure, and foreign and international law.
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01Open561N/A10024MTR0215PM - 0320PMLAW 1223Regular
Matthew C. Cordon
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9336
Estate Planning
A study of the federal transfer tax system, basic transfer tax planning for individuals and tax considerations in the drafting of wills and trusts. Estate, gift and generation-skipping tax problems are studied, and income tax problems related to estate planning are also covered. In this practice skills course students prepare estate tax returns and planning proposals for hypothetical clients.
Recommended Prerequisite: Wealth Transfers
Prerequisite: Trusts and Estates
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01Open391N/A10043MTR0100PM - 0205PMLAW 2373Regular
Tom Featherston
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9344
Securities Regulation
A study of the disclosure, registration and distribution process as regulated by the Securities Act of 1933 and civil remedies for a violation of the Act.
Prerequisite: Business Organizations I (Students who have a BBA do not have to take Business Organizations I before taking Securities Regulation).
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01Open10092N/A10025MTR1030AM - 1135AMLAW 1253Regular
Michael Rogers
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9345
Individual Taxation
Continues the study of the general principles of federal income tax law begun in Basic Tax and Accounting for Lawyers with primary emphasis on individual income taxation. Topics include advance coverage of: inclusions and exclusions from gross income; business, investments and personal deductions; restrictions on such deductions; disposition of assets; ordinary and capital tax rates.
Prerequisite: Basic Tax & Accounting for Lawyers
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01Open10078N/A10013TRF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 2373Regular
Leah Jackson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9351
White Collar Crime
A study of corporate criminal liability and personal liability in the organizational setting, focusing on federal statutory and regulatory offenses that are frequently prosecuted in the business or corporate setting such as mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, money laundering, RICO, tax crimes and obstruction of justice.
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01Open10080N/A10126MTR0800AM - 0905AMLAW 2393Regular
Jan P. Patterson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9356
Criminal Procedure
A study of constitutional limitations on police investigation of crime, including search and seizure, interrogations, lineups, and serveillance.
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01Open10074N/A10051MWR0215PM - 0320PMLAW 1203Regular
Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9357
Health Care Law
An overview of many aspects of health law. Topics include professional licensure, institutional quality control programs, cost containment, access to health care, the professional-patient relationship, federal and state fraud and abuse laws and various aspects of health care decision-making.
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01Open10084N/A10010W1030AM - 1135AMTBA TBA3Regular
WF0800AM - 0905AMLAW 125
Pat Souter
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9362
Employment Discrimination
A study of employment discrimination law, including Title Vll of the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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01Open10081N/A10022MTR1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2363Regular
Patricia Wilson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9363
Antitrust
A study of antitrust law and policy applied to various business settings, including contracts in restraint of trade, restrictive agreements involving price-fixing and limitations on resale, trade boycotts, product tying and exculsive dealing arrangements, trade association activities, monopolies and oligopolies, mergers of separate business entities, and price discrimination.
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01Open10097N/A10034TRF1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1253Regular
David G. Swenson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9368
Federal Administrative Law
A study of governmental regulation by federal administrative agencies, and the nature and scope of judicial review exercised by courts over such agencies. Particular emphasis is placed on the delegation of legislative power to agencies, their combination of judicial and legislative functions, and the nature of the administrative process.
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02Open10078N/A10136MTR0800AM - 0905AMLAW 1223Regular
Ron Beal
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9370
Family Law
A study of the law of the family, including marriage, annulment, divorce, child support and custody, adoption and paternity.
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01Open10037N/A10044MTR0100PM - 0205PMLAW 1203Regular
Patricia Wilson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9371
Copyright Law
An advanced study of the law of copyright, including the creation, infringement, licensing, protection, registration, renewal and termination of copyright in various creative products, such as books, films, art and music.
Recommended prerequisite: Intellectual Property.
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01Open10089N/A10014TRF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 2393Regular
David G. Swenson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9377
Bus & St Issues/Environmental
A study of certain business and state issues related to Environmental Law and potential environmental liabilities. Business issues include environmental audits, reporting and disclosure, lender liability, indemnity agreements, and insurance. Many of these issues are considered in a transactional context. In addition to studying business issues, particular state issues are considered, including transfer statutes and contemporary issues in Texas.
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01Open10089N/A10021M0330PM - 0435PMLAW 1243Regular
MT1030AM - 1135AMLAW 124
Walt Shelton
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9383
Conflict of Laws
The study of the law applicable to transactions connected in whole or in part with two or more jurisdictions. The general problems connected with jurisdiction of courts, foreign judgments, the application of federal constitutional provisions, and the choice of law are considered together with the rules governing certain specific types of controversies arising in the fields of workers' compensation, torts, contracts, property, business organizations, and family law.
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01Open10068N/A10130TRF1145AM - 1250PMLAW 2363Regular
Luke Meier
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9385
Bankruptcy
A study of liquidation and debt adjustment under the Bankruptcy Code, including forms of relief, eligibility for relief, commencement and administration of cases, the bankruptcy estate, powers of the trustee (including executory contracts), treatment of secured and unsecured claims, and discharge. Bankruptcy jurisdiction is also covered.
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01Closed54-2N/A10042TRF1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1223Regular
Larry E. Kelly
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9408
Contracts II
A comprehensive survey of the law of contracts both at common law and under the Uniform Commercial Code.  This course examines the legal and equitable remedies for enforcing contracts, the creation of promissory liability, contract interpretation, performance and excuse, standards of fairness and restrictions on the bargaining process, express and implied conditions and the rights of third parties.
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01Open10052N/A10040MTWR0100PM - 0205PMLAW 2364Regular
Rory Ryan
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
02Open10062N/A10041MTWR0100PM - 0205PMLAW 1224Regular
Larry T. Bates
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9411
Property I
A study of the interests which may be created in real property, the rights and obligations that exist by virtue of ownership of such interests, and the means of transferring those interests.  Topics covered include: possession and how it affects property ownership, estates in land, landlord tenant relationships, real covenants and equitable servitudes, easements, concurrent ownership, the real estate transaction, general warranty deeds, priorities and the recording system, title insurance, adverse possession, gifts of real and personal property, Texas homestead laws, and eminent domain.  The first quarter of Property meets four hours a week and the second quarter of Property meets three hours a week.
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01Open10075N/A10011MTRF0215PM - 0320PMLAW 2394Regular
Luke Meier
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
02Open10064N/A10031MTWF0215PM - 0320PMLAW 2364Regular
Bridget Fuselier
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9415
Legislation, Admin Power & Pro
A study through the use of statutes, of the processes by which legislative and administrative policy is translated into law and applied by the politically responsible agencies. Areas included are separation of powers, delegation, statutory construction, rule making, and adjudication.
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01Open10073N/A10020MTRF1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2374Regular
Ron Beal
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9426
Remedies
A study of the ordinary and extraordinary remedies available to litigants. The course offers an integrated study of the various legal and equitable remedies available for the enforcement of rights.
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01Open11930N/A10029MTWR1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1204Regular
Laura A. Hernandez
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9524
Constitutional Law
A study of the history of the United States Constitution; the judicial function in constitutional cases; the federal system, doctrine of separation of powers, doctrine of delegation of powers; powers of the states as affected by the delegation of powers to the national government, the commerce clause, the due process clause, the equal protection clause, the contact clause, and the other limitations on governmental power.
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01Open11933N/A10028MTWRF0215PM - 0320PMLAW 1275Regular
David M. Guinn
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9528
Practice Court III: Trial & Po
This course, taken in the second quarter of the Practice Court Program, is a continuation of Practice Court I and II. It focuses upon the right to jury trial, jury selection, trial procedure, the charge, deliberations, the verdict, the judgment and post trial motions. Students continue with advocacy exercises, including additional mini-trials. The capstone of the Practice Court program is the trial of the "Big Trial," a case they began in Practice Court I. In this course, students go through the jury selection process on their "Big Trial" case, and then proceed to try the case to a jury. Finally, they engage in post-trial motion practice to secure rendition of a judgment.
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01Closed1000N/A10019MTWRF1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2345Regular
Gerald Powell
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9580
Supreme Court of Texas Externs
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01Open1515N/A10065----- 1 - 5Practicum
STAFF
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V10
Advocacy Team
Students who participate on advocacy teams receive academic credit for participation. Students earn two hours of credit for each team on which they are a member, but are limited to earning a total of eight hours of credit for teams. Students receive a letter grade for each team and must pay tuition for these credit hours. Team members should consult with the coach of their team for details about practice times.
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01Open2018N/A10073----- 1 - 2Regular
Patricia Wilson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
02Open1510N/A10074----- 1 - 2Regular
Jeremy Counseller
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
03Open1514N/A10077----- 1 - 2Regular
Dan Tilly
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
04Open1512N/A10078----- 1 - 2Regular
Rory Ryan
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
05Open1511N/A10079----- 1 - 2Regular
Gerald Powell
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
06Open107N/A10087----- 1 - 2Regular
Jim Wren
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
07Open106N/A10088----- 1 - 2Regular
Larry T. Bates
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
08Open106N/A10089----- 1 - 2Regular
Kathy A. Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
09Open109N/A10109----- 1 - 2Regular
Luke Meier
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
10Open106N/A10124----- 1 - 2Regular
Bridget Fuselier
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
11Open109N/A10142----- 1 - 2Regular
Jim Underwood
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
12Open108N/A10143----- 1 - 2Regular
Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
13Open109N/A10144----- 1 - 2Regular
Laura A. Hernandez
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
14Closed10N/A10177----- 1 - 2Regular
Vik Deivanayagam
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V91
Law Review
The Law Review course is designed to teach techniques and research methods for legal writing, in connection with practice in legal writing for the Baylor Law Review.  Each student is required to accomplish a stated amount of writing acceptable for publication or service on the staff in order to receive credit for the course. The course is graded on a "Pass-Fail" basis. Up to three quarter hours of credit are given upon a grade of "P," but these hours are not considered in determining the grade average of the student. The course must be taken in the student's eighth or ninth quarter and can be taken twice for a total of three (3) hours.
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01Open4010N/A10070----- 1 - 6Practicum
Larry T. Bates
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V93
Athl Complaince Off Ext
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01Closed10N/A10139----- 1 - 5Practicum
Michael Rogers
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V93
Innocence Proj Externship
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02Open21N/A10146----- 1 - 5Practicum
Walter M. Reaves
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V93
Pro Bono Legal Externship
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03Closed10N/A10156----- 1 - 5Practicum
Brian Serr
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V99
Independent Study
Independent study leading to a research paper, or its equivalent, by students under the direct supervision of one or more faculty members. Either one or two hours of credit will be granted upon satisfactory conclusion of the independent study offering. Independent studies will be offered on a letter grade basis only. Proposals for study must be approved by the Associate Dean designee prior to registration for this course. Students planning on enrolling in Independent Studies should refer to the Memorandum for Students Registering for the Fourth or Later Term in Law School located in this catalog for an explanation of the requirements of the course.
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01Open109N/A10072----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Laura A. Hernandez
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
02Open1512N/A10075----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Ben Selman
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
03Open159N/A10080----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Bridget Fuselier
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
04Open109N/A10081----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Rory Ryan
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
05Open109N/A10082----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Ron Beal
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
06Open52N/A10085----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Jim Underwood
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
07Open109N/A10086----- 1 - 3Independent Study
David M. Guinn
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
08Open1010N/A10090----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Larry T. Bates
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V99
Sports Law
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09Open106N/A10092M0330PM - 0530PMTBA TBA1 - 3Independent Study
David G. Swenson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012


LAW 9V99
Independent Study
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10Open54N/A10099----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Jan P. Patterson
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
14Open109N/A10125----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Walt Shelton
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
15Closed10N/A10155----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Larry E. Kelly
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
16Closed10N/A10176----- 1 - 3Independent Study
Vik Deivanayagam
Start Date: 11/07/2011; End Date: 02/03/2012
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