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2012 - Spring

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LAW 9100
Intro to Law & Legal Professio
An introduction to the critical role that the legal profession plays in shaping a stable, peaceful and prosperous society.  Through the study of historical events, literature, noteworthy opinions, documentaries and current events, students will become more conversant about the importance of the rule of law and the lawyer's role in implementing and upholding it.
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01Open10048N/A21252T1030AM - 1200PMLAW 1221Regular
View BooksBrian SerrGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9101
Leg Anal, Res & Comm (Pt I)
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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01Open10074N/A21248TF0800AM - 0905AMLAW 2391Regular
View BooksBrandon D. Quarles
Matthew C. Cordon
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
02Open10074N/A21250MR0800AM - 0905AMLAW 2391Regular
View BooksBrandon D. Quarles
Matthew C. Cordon
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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/A21401----- 1Independent Study
View BooksElizabeth MillerGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open1511N/A21402----- 1Independent Study
View BooksTom FeatherstonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
02Open21N/A28299----- 1Independent Study
View BooksGena TurnerGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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View BooksTom FeatherstonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
02Open54N/A28478----- 1Independent Study
View BooksGena TurnerGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9164
Intellectual Property Capstone
This capstone is the culminating experienc ein the Intellectual Property Area of Concentration. The course will focus on skills development, which will provide students the opportunity to both learn how to conduct an appropriate client analysis as well as apply substantive law to the drafting, reviewing and negotiating of intellectual property-related agreements.
Prerequisites: Advanced Trademark Practice & Litigation, Copyright Law, E-Commerce Law, Intellectual Property, Patent Law & Drafting, and Patent Litigation.
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01Open108N/A28297----- 1 - 5Independent Study
View BooksConnie D. NicholsGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9174
Personal Injury Trial Law
A study of the aspects of preparation, settlement, and trial of personal injury cases.
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01Open10048N/A21297W1030AM - 1135AMLAW 1201Regular
View BooksDale D. Williams
Laura Brown
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9203
Appellate Advocacy & Proc
An introduction to appellate advocacy in which students research and write an appellate brief and participate in a required oral advocacy exercise.
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01Open10072N/A21257MW0800AM - 0905AMLAW 2362Regular
View BooksJill W. LensGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
02Open10072N/A21303MW0800AM - 0905AMLAW 1222Regular
View BooksMichael R. BerryGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
03Open10070N/A26197MW0800AM - 0905AMLAW 1202Regular
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9207
Basic Tax & Acct for Lawyers
An introduction to basic accounting and tax principles with primary emphasis on business and investment income and deductions, and acquisition and sale of assets. Students also will learn to read basic financial statements, including a balance sheet and profit and loss statement, and to calculate basic financial ratios. Additionally, tax consequences related to general litigation and divorce proceedings will be covered.
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01Open10025N/A21301WF1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1222Regular
View BooksLeah JacksonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9209
Veterans Affairs Reg Couns Ext
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01Open5049N/A21339----- 2 - 3Practicum
View BooksLeah JacksonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9211
Nonprofit Organizations
A study of nonprofit organizations, including an examination of their organization, operation, governance, and dissolution.  Topics include practical issues faced by nonprofit organizations and attorneys who represent them, such as state and federal regulations, tax issues relating to tax-exempt status and eligibility for charitable contributions, liability of decision makers, tort liabilities of the organization and its members, planning to avoid litigation, and charitable immunity.
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01Open10085N/A26206T0330PM - 0540PMLAW 1252Regular
View BooksDarren B. MooreGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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/A28161MW0215PM - 0320PMTBA TBA2Regular
View BooksCarl N. EdwardsGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9213
Title IV-D Court Externship
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01Open109N/A21529----- 2 - 3Practicum
View BooksPatricia WilsonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9217
Land Use
A class focused on real property topics involving the use of land. Topics covered will include common interest communities, conservation easements, eminent domain and zoning laws. These are areas of growing frequency and importance to the real estate practitioner across the country as well as in Texas.
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01Open10078N/A28159TF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 2372Regular
View BooksBridget FuselierGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9219
CurrTopics/Mergers&Acquisition
The Mergers and Acquisiton course is a two hour course that focuses on the legal responsibilities of a board of directors in an acquisitoin transaction, risks inherent in letters of intent, a very basic discussion of the tax issues relating to acquistions and court cases interpreting some of the key provisions in acquisition agreements.
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01Open10086N/A21317MW0215PM - 0320PMLAW 1252Regular
View BooksRick BrophyGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open10088N/A28231WF0100PM - 0205PMLAW 1242Regular
View BooksConnie D. NicholsGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9226
Supreme Court Seminar
A limited enrollment seminar (18 students) in which students assume the role of United States Supreme Court justices. The seminar entails arguing and deciding cases currently pending before the Supreme Court. Once decided, a student is assigned to write the Court's opinion. Each student is responsible for one substantial majority opinion and may draft concurring or dissenting opinions for extra credit. The grade is based on both the written component (opinion) and oral participation. Attendance at all class meetings is mandatory.
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01Open3715N/A21320W0330PM - 0540PMLAW 1242Regular
View BooksBrian Serr
Greg White
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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/A21318T0330PM - 0540PMLAW 2372Regular
View BooksRex D. DavisGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open5050N/A21334----- 2 - 3Practicum
View BooksSTAFFGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9229
Professional Responsibility
A study of the role and responsibility of the legal profession. Subjects covered include the disciplinary rules of professional conduct, client relations, pro bono services, professionalism, and economics of the profession.
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01Open15095N/A21298F0130PM - 0340PMLAW 2342Regular
View BooksEd KinkeadeGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open5048N/A21329----- 2Practicum
View BooksWalt SheltonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9238
Real Estate Finance
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01Open10085N/A28215WF1145AM - 1250PMLAW 1242Regular
View BooksJennifer C. Lindsey
David Dickson
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9239
State & Federal Securities Law
The goal of this course is to provide a survey of additional securities regulation topics not covered in the basic securities regulation course.  Topics will be relevant to both litigation (private civil litigation and enforcement actions) and transaction work, including Blue Sky laws, interaction of federal and state securities laws, broker/dealer regulation, investment adviser regulation, “going public issues, periodic reporting requirements and disclosure issues for publicly held companies, Sarbanes Oxley compliance.  Prerequisite:  Business Organizations II or Securities Regulation.
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01Open100100N/A26310TF0800AM - 0905AMTBA TBA2Regular
View BooksJustin R. BlountGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9244
Partnership Taxation
This course covers tax consequences relating to "pass through" entities, focusing primarily on creation and operation of partnerships and limited liability companies.  Topics include tax issues that need to be considered before creating a pass-through entity and the corresponding tax language that needs to be included in partnership agreements and other operating/owner agreements.  Other topics include issues relating to sale or distribution of partnership assets or partnership interests. General introduction to S corporations also included.
Prerequisite: Basic Tax & Accounting for Lawyers
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01Open10097N/A21256TF0800AM - 0905AMLAW 1252Regular
View BooksDan McReynoldsGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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02Open10064N/A28233W0330PM - 0540PMLAW 1202Regular
View BooksMichael RogersGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9248
Elder Law
Overview of the legal practice and policy relating to aging individuals and older society. Issues covered are: ethics in representing the elderly, Social Security, Supplemental Social Security, Social Security Disability, Medicare, Medicaid, introduction to retirement plans, property management issues, surrogate decision-making, guardianships, mental health matters, grandparents' rights, and end-of-life decisions.
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01Open10082N/A21312WF0100PM - 0205PMLAW 1252Regular
View BooksElisa RaineyGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open3026N/A21332----- 1 - 3Practicum
View BooksBrian SerrGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
02Open53N/A24910----- 1 - 3Practicum
View BooksBrian SerrGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9254
Juvenile Justice
A study of all stages of the juvenile justice system, including intake, certification, adjudication, and disposition.
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01Open10076N/A21255TF0800AM - 0905AMLAW 2372Regular
View BooksVik DeivanayagamGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open10087N/A21280TF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 1252Regular
View BooksMichael D. MorrisonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open100100N/A28218WF0100PM - 0205PMLAW 2372Regular
View BooksJill W. LensGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open10090N/A28162TF0915AM - 1020AMLAW 1242Regular
View BooksGreg White
Rory Ryan
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open5050N/A21336----- 1 - 3Practicum
View BooksSTAFFGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9276
Franchising
A graded seminar course examining general franchise laws, agreements and the franchisee/franchisor relationship. An overall view of the franchise systems and the legal and business impact of various franchise related laws, both federal and state. Extensive review of a franchise agreement. Grades are based on final exam and short franchise related paper or project.
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01Open10094N/A28238MW1030AM - 1135AMLAW 1252Regular
View BooksRoger N. SchmidtGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open3029N/A21331----- 1 - 5Practicum
View BooksDavid G. SwensonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9292
Business Planning & Drafting
A practice skills course centered around hypothetical business problems and transactions involving closely held businesses. The course includes analysis of, and exercises involving, choice and structure of entity, ethical concerns in representation of closely held businesses and their principals, and common issues and problems facing the closely held business.
Prerequisites: Business Organizations I, Basic Tax & Accounting for Lawyers
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01Open208N/A21295MW1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2372Regular
View BooksElizabeth MillerGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open5045N/A21330----- 1 - 3Practicum
View BooksBrian SerrGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open2525N/A21338----- 2 - 3Practicum
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LAW 9296
State Judicial Ext
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01Open5049N/A21333----- 1 - 3Practicum
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open5050N/A21337----- 2Practicum
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9299
Family Law Advocacy & Proc
A practical study of substantive and procedural considerations in the preparation and presentation of family law litigation.  Trial and advocacy training accompanies each problem with mock courtroom time by each class participant.
Prerequisite: Trusts and Estates or Family Law
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01Open5031N/A21300MW0215PM - 0320PMLAW 2392Laboratory
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Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9309
Natural Res Prot & Water Law
An introduction to natural resource protection laws and Water law and their respective applications in the United States. Particular foci are federal statutory programs and Texas Water law. Individual topics include the National Environmental Policy Act, public lands, endangered species and water resources.  This course and Environmental Law together provide a basic understanding of the history and legal principles of domestic environmental and natural resource protection laws.
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01Open10077N/A21259MT0100PM - 0205PMLAW 2373Regular
M0330PM - 0435PMTBA TBA
View BooksWalt SheltonGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


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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01Open10092N/A28157TRF1030AM - 1135AMLAW 1243Regular
View BooksConnie D. NicholsGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9312
Property II
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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01Open10076N/A21253MTR0100PM - 0205PMLAW 2363Regular
View BooksLuke MeierGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
02Open10062N/A26203MTR0100PM - 0205PMLAW 1203Regular
View BooksBridget FuselierGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9321
Patent Law & Drafting
An advanced study of patent law, with an emphasis on patent applications, interferences and other practical aspects of a patent practice, including international patent protection.
Recommended prerequisite: Intellectual Property
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01Open10066N/A21307W1030AM - 1135AMLAW 2363Regular
W0330PM - 0545PMTBA TBA
View BooksDavid G. HenryGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9324
Complex Litigation
This course explores topics in the area of advanced civil procedure. The course deals with the applicable law governing complexities inherent in civil litigation due to a multiplicity of parties or other lawsuits. A large segment of the course will focus upon an in-depth examination of class action law. In addition, the course reviews other procedural devices (e.g., joinder rules, issue and claim preclusion, transfer, multidistrict litigation, and abstention) intended to deal with problems associated with multiple parties and/or lawsuits and the unnecessary duplication of adjudicative activities.
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01Open10067N/A21310MWR0915AM - 1020AMLAW 2393Regular
View BooksJim UnderwoodGet Books
Start Date: 02/06/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012


LAW 9332
Wealth Transfers
A study of the non-tax aspects of estate planning, including interpretation, construction and drafting of wills, trusts, other will substitutes, marital agreements, durable powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney and living wills.  The course also introduces students to the federal transfer tax system.
Prerequisite:  Trusts & Estates
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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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LAW 9341
Insurance
A study of property, life and liability insurance, including the process of contract formation, coverage, defenses, amount of recovery, subrogation, and the litigation relationship between the insurer and the insured.
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LAW 9342
Comm Law: Secured Trans
A study of Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code involving consensual security interests in personal property and fixtures and the sale of accounts and chattel paper. Topics covered include creation of a security interest, types of collateral and types of security agreements, perfection, multistate transactions, priorities, and rights on default.
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LAW 9349
Consumer Protection
A study of consumer protection laws, with focus on the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, warranty law, federal and state debt collection practices acts, and basic insurance law principles.
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LAW 9350
Adv Criminal Procedure
A study of constitutional and statutory law, not covered in Criminal Procedure, as it relates to and affects the various stages of a criminal prosecution, including pretrial detention, the charging decision, grand jury, discovery, the plea, jury selection, and trial. Several advanced constitutional issues are covered in depth, including double jeopardy, speedy trial, confrontation clause and competency. For a student pursuing the Criminal Practice area of concentration, this is best taken as early as possible and strongly recommended prior to post-conviction procedure and the externship.
Prerequisite: Criminal Procedure.
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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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LAW 9360
Civil Liberties
A study of developments in the fields of civil rights under the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and under federal and state legislation.
Prerequisite: Constitutional Law
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LAW 9361
Sports Law
A survey of the application of basic principles of agency, antitrust, constitutional, contract, intellectual property and labor laws to the agents, schools, leagues, owners and players involved in amateur and professional sports.
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LAW 9364
Intellectual Property I
A survey of the law regarding the formation and protection of rights in intangible property and unfair trade practices of businesses. Subjects covered include a survey of copyright and patent law as well as a detailed study of trademark, trade secret, and unfair competition law. Advanced courses in copyright and patent law are also available.
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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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LAW 9372
Employment Relations
This course surveys the law regulating the relationship between employers and their employees including the doctrine of "employment-at-will" and its erosion by federal and state statutes and common law; employee privacy issues; the protection of trade secrets; employee non-compete agreements; overtime and minimum wage laws; Texas Workers' Compensation Law; and unemployment claims.
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LAW 9373
Immigration Law
Public interest has surged in immigration policy and frenetic change in immigration law. The central purpose of this course is to give students an understanding of the mechanisms by which persons may immigrate to the United States and the standards under which they can be denied entry or be removed. The course will examine issues pertaining to the acquisition of citizenship, the admission of aliens into the United States as immigrants or migrants, the deportation of aliens, the admission of refugees, and recent changes related to national security.
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LAW 9382
Texas Administrative Law
A study of governmental regulation within Texas. An emphasis is placed upon Texas agencies with statewide jurisdiction that are subject to the provisions of the Texas Administrative Procedure Act. Particular emphasis is placed upon the procedural aspects of rulemaking and contested case proceedings along with a study of the scope of judicial review exercised by the courts over such agency actions.
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LAW 9405
Civil Procedure
An introduction to our judicial process as a method of dispute resolution.  The focus of this course is on the choices open to litigants and how the rules of procedure facilitate or prevent the attainments of those objectives.  Major areas of concentration include our system of pleading, jurisdiction, federalism, preclusion, and the rules that regulate the joinder of parties and claims.
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LAW 9407
Contracts I
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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LAW 9413
Torts I
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 quarter.
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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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LAW 9421
Bus Organizations I
A study of basic agency principles and the law governing the formation and operation of corporations, general and limited partnerships (including limited liability partnerships), and limited liability companies.  The course requires the study of common law and the Texas Business Organizations Code.
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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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LAW 9467
Criminal Practice & Procedure
9467 Criminal Practice & Procedure (4 qtr. hrs.)
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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LAW 9504
Trusts & Estates
A study of the gratuitous transfers of wealth, including wills, intrastate succession, trusts and other non-testamentary transfers.  The course also covers the property rights of spouses under the Texas community property system.
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LAW 9520
Practice CourtII:Trial Evidenc
Practice Court II, taken in the first quarter of the Practice Court Program, is an intensive, in-depth study of trial procedure, evidence law and trial advocacy. Classroom instruction focuses primarily upon a detailed study of the rules of procedure and evidence, including the practical use of the rules in the litigation process. Courtroom "lab" instruction includes lectures in trial advocacy, followed by exercises in opening statements, witness examination, and closing arguments. Students also try a number of jury cases or "mini-trials."
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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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LAW 9527
Practice Court I: Pretrial Pra
The first quarter of the Practice Court Program starts with Practice Court I, and immerses students in the strategies and procedures for developing a court case from inception of the case through final preparation for trial. Students learn to properly construct - and attack - the various pleadings for the case, from the standpoint of both the plaintiff and the defendant. They work through the planning and development process for written discovery and depositions - including exposure to the challenges of electronic discovery and document management - that lay the foundation for success in court. Pleading and discovery exercises are coordinated with the trial exercises of Practice Court II.
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LAW 9529
Practice Court Lab
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LAW 9580
Supreme Court of Texas Externs
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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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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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LAW 9V93
Innocence Project Ext
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LAW 9V93
Texas Probate Court Ext
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LAW 9V93
Scott White Cnt Healthcare Pol
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LAW 9V93
Texas Legislative Externship
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LAW 9V93
US Bktcy Trustee Ext
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LAW 9V93
TX Railroad Comm Ext
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LAW 9V93
City Atty Ext
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LAW 9V93
Civil District Crt Externship
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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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