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1 SPRING 2015 CLASS SCHEDULE As of: 3/2/15 NOTES ON SCHOOL OF LAW SCHEDULE NOTICE: UPPER DIVISION WRITING AND SKILLS REQUIREMENT The faculty has enacted an upper division writing requirement and an upper division skills requirement as mandated for all law schools by the ABA. Courses that provide an opportunity to fulfill the writing requirement and the skills requirement are identified in the schedule. For more information about these requirements, please see sections and of the Academic Policy Statement at NOTICE: PRIORITY ENROLLMENT FOR STRAUS DISPUTE RESOLUTION ELECTIVES Students participating in either the dispute resolution certificate or masters in dispute resolution program will receive priority enrollment in all dispute resolution elective courses. Students not participating in either program may place themselves on a waitlist and seat availability will be determined at the beginning of the semester. Seats not filled by program participants will be released to JD students on the waitlist. NOTICE: ADVANCE ASSIGNMENTS FOR INTENSIVE COURSES A class syllabus including any advance reading and/or writing assignments for intensive classes will be ed to students 3-4 weeks prior to the start of class. Please note that it is each student s responsibility to review the syllabus well before the class begins and complete any advance assignments. Students who show up the first day unprepared risk being dropped from the class. NOTICE: UPPER DIVISION ELECTIVE COURSES Courses offered may be subject to cancellation if there are less than 10 students enrolled for the course two weeks prior to the first day of class. 1/14/ :38 AM 1

2 NEW AND REVISED ADJUNCT FACULTY BIOGRAPHIES MELISSA K. DAGODAG (Trademarks, Unfair Competition, and Unfair Trade Practices): Melissa K. Dagodag is a native of California and attended Stanford University, where she earned her Master s and Bachelor s degrees in English. After graduating from Stanford University, she founded and then operated a successful design and manufacturing business for eight years. During that time, she learned what it took to create and run a successful company. She decided to become a lawyer after feeling the frustration of seeing her designs and ideas stolen by others. While attending UCLA School of Law, she began to understand just how many people and businesses needed good help in protecting their bright ideas. After earning her J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 2000, she worked as an attorney at a prestigious Los Angeles law firm, Manatt, Phelps, and Phillips, LLP, then in-house as Vice President of a small music publishing company, Palan Music, later purchased by MCS, and as Business Affairs Counsel at a prominent fashion company, BCBG. She opened her own law practice in She adheres to the ideals that brought her to the practice of law in the first place: protecting and strengthening the work of entrepreneurs and creative businesses. She is a member of the California State Bar Association, the Beverly Hills Bar Association, Stanford Professional Women of Los Angeles, Stanford Ideas and Connections Network and the Rotary Club of Santa Monica. She serves on the Board of Directors of Meals on Wheels West and volunteers at the non-profit California Lawyers for the Arts. BETTY GILMORE (Communication and Conflict): Betty Gilmore is Director of the Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management Program at Southern Methodist University. Dr. Gilmore teaches courses in communication, psychology of conflict, neuroscience and mediation. She also serves as an adjunct lecturer at the Werner Institute at the Creighton University School of Law. She is the former training program director for the Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution at the University of Texas School of Law where she provided a variety of alternative dispute resolution services including mediation, training, assessment and consultation to governmental agencies, policymakers, and others involved in public disputes. In addition, she has traveled internationally in both teaching and training capacities. She served as a visiting faculty member at Hiroshima University where she co-taught an international negotiation course and conducted conflict management and communication trainings in Rwanda and Nairobi. Dr. Gilmore received her Master's and Doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles, California. ALAN JACKSON (Advanced Trial Practice): Mr. Jackson is a litigation partner at the Los Angeles law offices of Brown White & Newhouse LLP. With extensive experience managing complex litigation, Mr. Jackson specializes in high-stakes trials in civil and criminal matters, as well as corporate internal investigations. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Jackson served as Assistant Head Deputy District Attorney of the Major Crimes Division for the Los Angeles County District Attorney s Office, prosecuting nearly 100 jury trials to verdict with a career felony conviction rate greater than 96 percent. Mr. Jackson has tried some of the country s highest profile cases, including the nationally televised case of People v. Spector, in which he convicted iconic music producer Phil Spector for the 2003 murder of actress Lana Clarkson. Significantly, the Spector case marked the first celebrity conviction for the LADA s office in 40 years. Mr. Jackson was named Prosecutor of the Year 2008 by the Association of Deputy District Attorneys, Top 100 Lawyers in California 2009 by the San Francisco & Los Angeles Daily Journals, and Prosecutor of the Year 2010 by the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Mr. Jackson is a nationally known lecturer on trial tactics, and is a frequent guest and commentator for NBC Dateline, CBS 48 Hours, and Fox News. Mr. Jackson received his Juris Doctor degree from Pepperdine University School of Law, where he served as staff writer and Literary Editor of the Pepperdine Law Review. He received his B.A. in government from the University of Texas at Austin, after he served four years in the United States Air Force. DOUG NOLL (Communication and Conflict): Doug Noll AV-rated, is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and is a Northern California Super Lawyer. Noll holds an M.A. in peacemaking and conflict studies from Fresno Pacific University and is an adjunct law professor at San Joaquin College of Law. He is a Distinguished Fellow of International Academy of Mediators and American College of Civil Trial Mediators and is certified by the International Mediation Institute. His books include Elusive Peace: How Modern Diplomatic Strategies Could Better Resolve World Conflicts, Sex, Politics & Religion at the Office: The New Competitive Advantage, and Peacemaking: Practicing at the Intersection of Law and Human Conflict. 1/14/ :38 AM 2

3 NEW AND REVISED ADJUNCT FACULTY BIOGRAPHIES (continued) ROB RADER (Entertainment Law Seminar: Special Problems in the Film Industry): Rob Rader is a highly experienced business affairs attorney with eighteen years of professional experience for high-growth digital media companies, multi-billion dollar media companies, cable networks and major and boutique law firms, including over $7 billion of M&A and financings. Much of his recent experience is in digital media with a focus on the content, ad sales, mobile apps and internet sectors, including such major digital companies as Amazon, Microsoft, YouTube, Machinima, Maker Studios, BuzzMedia, AOL, Collective Digital Network, the Orchard (Sony), Boing Boing, Federated Media, Electronic Arts and Activision. His large company domestic media work experience includes advising or negotiating with major companies, including MGM, CBS, NBC/Universal, Fox, Miramax/Disney, Goldman Sachs, Marvel Studios, DIRECTV, PBS, National Geographic, Univision and Danjaq (James Bond). Mr. Rader has major international experience with leading entertainment companies such as Yian Studios (China Film Group), Dalian Wanda, Toho-Towa (Japan), CJ Entertainment (Korea), AB Svensk Filmindustri (Sweden), HIT Entertainment, Mumbai Mantra (India) and the World Bank (for entertainment matters). Presently, he is General Counsel at Ovation, a 50 million household cable network focused on the arts, and previously spent nine (9) years at MGM where he helped run business affairs and operations for numerous departments, including the $1.2 billion home entertainment division. He also worked for seven (7) years at the major law firms Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp and Morrison & Foerster before joining a boutique digital media and entertainment firm as a name partner. Mr. Rader graduated with top honors from Harvard Law School, Stanford Graduate School and Harvard College. CATHERINE ROGERS (Ethical Considerations in International Arbitration): Catherine Rogers is professor of law and international affairs, and the Paul & Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law. She is a scholar of international arbitration and professional ethics. Her scholarship focuses on the convergence of the public and private in international adjudication, and on the reconceptualization of the attorney as a global actor. Rogers has taught, lectured, and published extensively on these topics around the world, including as an invited participant at two Stanford-Yale Junior Faculty Fora. Her forthcoming book, Ethics in International Arbitration, will be published in 2013 by Oxford University Press. She is an associate reporter for the American Law Institute s new Restatement of the Law (Third) of International Commercial Arbitration. JACK WADDEY (Selected Issues in Dispute Resolution: Intellectual Property Disputes): Jack Waddey is a senior principal and co-founder of Waddey Patterson, PC, a Nashville based intellectual property law firm having 20+ patent professionals. Mr. Waddey has been lead counsel in dozen of IP cases, including patent, trademark, and copyright claims and defenses. Over the last 16 years, Mr. Waddey s practice has focused almost entirely in the Alternate Dispute Resolution area. Mr. Waddey s undergraduate degree is in Aerospace Engineering from Auburn University and he received his JD degree from Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as assistant editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. Following law school Mr. Waddey was law clerk for Judge Harry Phillips, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the 6 th Circuit. Thereafter, he was an associate at Arent Fox in Washington, D.C. and later moved to his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee to engage in private practice of law as a litigator and intellectual property specialist. He is a Distinguished Fellow and member of the Board of Governors of the International Academy of Mediators, and serves on the technology panel of CPR neutrals, the trademark panel of neutrals of the INTA, and is a Seminal Member of Tennessee & National Academies of Distinguished Mediators and Arbitrators. 1/14/ :38 AM 3

4 DISTINGUISHED VISITING PROFESSOR SANDRA ZELLMER (Disaster Law): Sandra Zellmer is the Robert Daugherty Professor at the University of Nebraska College of Law, where she began teaching in Zellmer teaches torts, environmental law, natural resources, water law, and related courses. She has published numerous articles and commentary on these topics, as well as several books, including Mississippi River Tragedies: A Century of Unnatural Disasters (NYU 2014) (with Christine Klein), Principles of Natural Resources Law (West 2014) (with Jan Laitos), and Comparative Environmental Law (Carolina 2013). Zellmer is a member scholar of the Center for Progressive Reform and a trustee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation. Zellmer also recently served on the National Academy of Sciences National Research Council Committee on Missouri River Recovery ( ). She is active with the American Bar Association s Section on Environment, Energy and Resources, serving as vice-chair of the Public Lands Committee and previously as the Chair of Marine Resources Committee. Prior to taking her position at the University of Nebraska, Zellmer was a faculty member at the University of Toledo College of Law. She has also been a visiting professor at Tulane, Drake, Lewis and Clark, and the University of Auckland law schools. Before she began teaching, Zellmer was an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice Environment and Natural Resources Division, litigating public lands and NEPA issues for the National Park Service, Forest Service, Fish & Wildlife Service and other federal agencies. She also practiced law at Faegre & Benson in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and clerked for the Honorable William W. Justice, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas. 1/14/ :38 AM 4

5 NEW COURSES BEING OFFERED - SPRING 2015 ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL FORMATION: An advanced study of the relational skills and intelligence that set excellent lawyers apart. The course will focus on helping each student develop their professional identity and become excellent in professional relationships, personal relationships, presenting themselves to potential employers, clients, lawyers, and judges. The course will also focus on relational leadership skills with a primary emphasis on establishing an internalized moral core, confidence, and humility of character. The class will emphasize learning by doing students will actively participate in classroom exercises and receive feedback from the other students and the professor. BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES ON WORKPLACE PRIVACY: This seminar will explore issues of workplace privacy from the practical perspective of an attorney advising a business. Topics will include electronic surveillance, drug testing, genetic testing, psychological testing, polygraphs, social media issues, and employer control of off-duty activities. The class will also look at some comparative law issues in workplace privacy that may face employers. Readings will include court cases, applicable legislation and secondary materials. While familiarizing themselves with the various legal frameworks applicable to workplace privacy, students will also develop skills in offering legal advice in areas that are not yet clear under existing law. CRIMINAL JUSTICE DISPUTE RESOUTION PRACTICUM: Students will work with inmates in the L.A. County Jail to teach peacemaking and dispute resolution as a part of coordinated efforts to reduce recidivism and to promote better outcomes through the criminal justice system. Students will receive intensive training in peacemaking and dispute resolution, and then will assist in teaching and training inmates these skills and virtues. Students will develop knowledge and insight into the criminal justice systems, develop critical cultural competence, and develop skills in mediation and dispute resolution. DISASTER LAW: In recent decades, America has experienced an array of so-called natural disasters, such as devastating wildfires, earthquakes and floods, super-storms and hurricanes that have ravaged its coasts, and the largest marine oil spill in world history. With aging infrastructures, a growing population and climate change, disasters may prove even more destructive in the future. Calling these events natural suggests that they happen for reasons that transcend human action. Although naturally occurring storms and other phenomena will continue to happen, the force of such events, from the destruction of New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina to the loss of lives and property to fires in California and Colorado, can be either magnified or limited by humans through our land use and environmental decisions. The law plays a role in every stage of a disaster s lifecycle, from preparedness and risk management to mitigation, compensation and reconstruction. This course will explore the issues that arise before, during and after catastrophic disasters. Using real-life case studies, students will assess legal tools for reducing vulnerability, enhancing emergency preparedness and response, and increasing environmental protection. WISDOM, LAW, AND LAWYERS: The substance of this course will be the Nootbaar Conference of the same name. Students will be required to read the conference papers, attend the conference, and write a 7-10 page reflection paper. At a time when law is seen by many as purely a matter of power politics and the lawyer s role as purely a matter of pursuing client economic interests, we want to consider how wisdom should influence deliberations in legislative chambers, courts, and lawyers offices. Presentations will address three general themes: 1) The Nature of Wisdom; 2) Wisdom and the Law; and 3) Wisdom and Lawyers. For further information, see the conference website at: SPEECH TORTS: This course examines the intersection of tort law and the Constitution s protection of free speech, surveying the legal and public policy issues that emerge when tort regulation overlaps with the demands of the First Amendment. The course will focus heavily on issues surrounding defamation and privacy law, but will also touch on other relevant areas of tort law, such as intentional infliction of emotional distress, media harm cases, and products liability. 1/14/ :38 AM 5

6 NEW COURSES BEING OFFERED - SPRING 2015 (continued) TAX POLICY: This course offers an opportunity for students to read and react to articles in progress on cutting-edge topics in tax policy. There will be six presentations during the semester by tax professors from other law schools. In advance of each presentation, students will read the work-in-progress (along with any assigned background reading) and prepare short (3-5 page) reaction papers. At each presentation, students will pose questions to the professor presenting the work-in-progress. After each presentation, students will critique the presentation and work-in-progress. Other Pepperdine faculty and local practitioners may attend the presentations. THE RULE OF LAW AND THE AMERICAN JUDICIARY: This course will examine the unique role of the American judiciary in protecting and advancing the rule of law in our society. The debates of scholars and legal professionals regarding the contours of the rule of law and how to best achieve it will be explored, beginning with discussions of the American experience from a theoretical and historical perspective. The course will then turn to institutional matters concerning the judiciary and the courts, focusing on measures and techniques that foster judicial independence and neutrality which enhances the ideal of the rule of law. In addition to written assignments, students will engage in class debates on controversial aspects of the current system, such as jury trials, judicial elections, and the media and the courts. REVISED COURSE TITLES AND DESCRIPTIONS SPRING 2015 ADVANCED CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-SUPREME COURT SEMINAR: The initial weeks of the course will involve reading and discussing scholarship about the Court, regarding the nomination and appointment of Justices, the certiorari or case selection process, how the Court reaches decisions and writes opinions, how interest groups seek to strategically use litigation to advance their goals, and finally, an inquiry into the actual impact of Supreme Court decision making on legal doctrine and public policy. The balance of the course is devoted to the oral argument and decision of cases on the Court s current docket. Each student will be expected to: (1) assume the identity of one of the current Justices by preparing a written biographical sketch of that Justice; (2) argue one case in class for either petitioner or respondent, preparing a summary of argument for class use on the day of the argument; and (3) prepare a written opinion in the argued case from the viewpoint of the student s selected Judicial identity accurately reflecting the judicial philosophy of that Justice. RACE AND ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAW (previously titled Race and the Law): This course will provide an overview of federal and state constitutional and statutory antidiscrimination law and review various critiques of the law and doctrine. The course will focus on discrimination and reverse discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation, but some attention will be given to discrimination based on other characteristics. It will explore competing frameworks for antidiscrimination law, such as the anti-classification and anti-subordination approaches to equal protection, disparate impact, and assess the role of the three branches of government, as well as private actors, in pursuing liberty and/or equality. The course will address these issues in a variety of contexts, including education, employment, marriage and family, housing, and voting. 1/14/ :38 AM 6

7 SCHOOL OF LAW CALENDAR Any questions regarding courses should be directed to the Vice Dean's office. Some changes in the course schedule may be required. Classes will be held on all holidays unless noted below. December 29 January 2 WINTER INTENSIVE SCHEDULE Four-day Winter Intensive Courses October 13 Registration for Winter Intensive begins December 29 Winter Intensive Classes Begin 29 Add/Drop period Ends 30 Tuition refund no longer available January 1 University holiday (no classes) 2 Last day of Winter Intensive Classes SCHOOL OF LAW SPRING 2015 SCHEDULE January 5 Spring semester classes begin 5 Add/Drop period begins 7, 8 Mandatory Externship Orientation (Attending one of these meetings is required for first-time externs) 16 Add/Drop period ends (including externships) 16 Last day to drop classes without a W appearing on Transcript 16 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 100% (No W on Transcript) 19 Holiday - Martin Luther King, Jr. (no classes) 19 Permission required for add/drop 23 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 75% ( W on Transcript) 30 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 50% ( W on Transcript) February 6 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 25% ( W on Transcript) 7 Tuition refund no longer available 20 Last day to petition for change in final examination schedule March 9-13 Study/Interview Break 2 nd & 3 rd year students (no classes) Appellate Brief Project 1 st year students (no classes) April 22 Last day of Spring classes 22 Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail for semester-length courses that do not have a take-home final exam. For classes that will have a take home final exam, the High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail election form must be turned in to the Office of Admissions Student Information and Services before the take home exam is distributed. The last day to submit an election form for intensive courses is the last day on which the class is held. April 27 to May 8 Final examination period May 15 Graduation 1/14/ :38 AM 7

8 TENTATIVE SCHOOL OF LAW SUMMER 2015 SCHEDULE* May 18 Deadline for summer session registration. Registration for intensive classes will be accepted up to one week before each class begins on a space available basis. 18 School of Law summer session classes begin 18 Add/Drop period begins 22 Add/Drop period ends 25 Holiday - Memorial Day (no classes) 26 Make-up Day for May 25 classes (regular summer session only Straus classes not included) 30 Last day of Legal History class. Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail for Legal History class. June 3 Legal History class final examination July 2 Last day of regular summer session classes. Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail for regular summer session classes that do not have a take-home final exam. For classes that will have a take home final exam, the High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail election form must be turned in to the Office of Admissions Student Information and Services before the take home exam is distributed. The last day to submit and election form for intensive courses is the last day on which the class is held. July 6-9 Final examination period for regular summer session classes * Courses offered may be subject to cancellation if there are less than 10 students enrolled for the course two weeks prior to the first day of class. 1/14/ :38 AM 8

9 SCHOOL OF LAW CALENDAR ACADEMIC YEAR Any questions regarding courses should be directed to the Vice Dean's office. Some changes in the course schedule may be required. Classes will be held on all holidays unless noted below. TENTATIVE SCHOOL OF LAW FALL 2015 SCHEDULE August First-year student Professional Formation week (required for 1 st year students) 24 Fall semester classes begin 24 Add/Drop period begins 25, 26 Mandatory Externship Orientation (Attending one of these meetings is required for first-time externs) September 4 Add/Drop period ends (externships included) 4 Last day to drop classes without a W appearing on transcript 4 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 100% (No W on Transcript) 7 Holiday - Labor Day (no classes) 8 Permission required for add/drop 11 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 75% ( W on Transcript) 18 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 50% ( W on Transcript) 25 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 25% ( W on Transcript) 26 Tuition refund no longer available October 2 University Faculty Conference (No regular classes meet. Please note that Straus intensive classes will still meet on this day) 9 Last day to petition for change in final examination schedule TBA Legal Research and Writing Exam 1 st year students November 25 No classes Holiday - Thanksgiving (no classes) December 1 Friday classes meet instead of Tuesday classes (make up day for Friday, Oct 2 classes) 4 Last day of class 4 Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail for semester-length courses. The last day for all other courses is the last day on which the class is held Final Examination Period 19 Winter holiday begins (no classes) 1/14/ :38 AM 9

10 TENTATIVE STRAUS WINTER INTENSIVE SCHEDULE Additional information including course descriptions and faculty bios is available at: Jan. 4, 2016 Jan. 7, 2016 Four-day Winter Intensive Courses October 12 Registration for Winter Intensive begins January 4 Winter Intensive Classes Begin 4 Add/Drop Period Ends 5 Tuition refund no longer available January 7 Last day of Winter Intensive Classes TENTATIVE SCHOOL OF LAW SPRING 2016 SCHEDULE January 11 Spring semester classes begin 11 Add/Drop period begins Mandatory Externship Orientation (Attending one of these meetings is required for first-time externs) 18 Holiday - Martin Luther King, Jr. (no classes) 22 Add/Drop period ends 22 Last day to drop classes without a W appearing on Transcript 22 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 100% (No W on Transcript) 25 Permission required for add/drop 29 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 75% ( W on Transcript) 29 Externship Registration Deadline February 5 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 50% ( W on Transcript) 12 Last day to withdraw with tuition refunded at 25% ( W on Transcript) 13 Tuition refund no longer available 26 Last day to petition for change in examination schedule March Study/Interview Break 2 nd & 3 rd year students (no classes) Appellate Brief Project 1 st year students (no classes) April TBA Performance exam (for 1 st year students) 26 Last day of Spring classes 26 Last day to elect High Pass/Pass/Credit/Fail for semester-length courses. The last day for all other courses is the last day on which the class is held. May 2-13 Final examination period May 20 Graduation 1/14/ :38 AM 10

11 Monday, 4/27 SPRING 2015 SCHOOL OF LAW FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE Tuesday, 4/28 Wednesday, 4/29 Thursday, 4/30 Friday, 5/1 8:30am Licensing-Gumer International Litigation- Childress Remedies-Cupp Antitrust-Boliek Family Law-Miller Real Estate Finance- Nelson 8:30am Entertainment Law Seminar-Music Industry- M. Goodman Workers Compensation- Herschbein 8:30am Administrative Law- Ogden Securities Regulations- Bost Speech Torts-Han 8:30am Commercial Law-Secured Transactions and Commercial Paper- Scarberry Corporations-Taha Corporations-Boliek 1:00pm Business Planning-Bost Federal Courts-Pushaw 1:00pm Criminal Law-Caldwell Criminal Law-Chase Criminal Law-Johnson 1:00pm Police Practices-Lurie Wills and Trusts-Wendel 1:00pm Arbitration Law-Helfand Environmental Law-Allen 1:00pm Property-Saxer Property-Wendel Property-Nelson Federal Estate and Gift Taxation-Popovich Wills and Trusts- Popovich Federal Income Tax- Caron Monday, 5/4 Tuesday, 5/5 Wednesday, 5/6 International Business Transactions-Chen Thursday, 5/7 Friday, 5/8 8:30am Criminal Procedure- McGoldrick Remedies-Gash 8:30am Accounting for Lawyers- Taha Conflict of Laws- Childress 8:30am Community Property- Miller 8:30am Business Reorganizations in Bankruptcy- Scarberry/Averch 8:30am Evidence-Goodno 1:00pm Complex Litigation-Muller Mergers and Acquisitions- Anderson 1:00pm Constitutional Law- Kmiec Constitutional Law-James Constitutional Law- McDonald 1:00pm Trademarks, Unfair Competition, and Unfair Trade Practices-Dagodag 1:00pm 1:00pm Intro to Ethical Lawyering-Weston Intro to Ethical Lawyering-Cochran Intro to Ethical Lawyering-Ogden Please note that the final exam for Media and the Law (Cossack) will be March 5 at 8:30 a.m. RESCHEDULING EXAMS STUDENTS MAY NOT PETITION TO RESCHEDULE A FINAL EXAM UNLESS TWO FINAL EXAMS ARE TO BE TAKEN ON THE SAME DAY PETITIONS TO CHANGE ONE OF TWO EXAMS SCHEDULED FOR THE SAME DAY MUST BE FILED BY THE SEVENTH WEEK OF CLASSES Every effort has been made to avoid conflicts between required courses and in the final exam schedules. As noted above, final exams will not be rescheduled unless a student has two final exams scheduled in the same day. Therefore, it is important for you to pay attention to the final exam schedule when you are selecting your courses. For additional details concerning the law school final exam policies see the Academic Policy Statement (Section 6) at 1/14/ :38 AM 11

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