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SPRING 2013 - EXAM SCHEDULE

Exam period:  April 26 through May 10, 2013

If you have a conflict in your exam schedule, please first refer to the student handbook for details.  Requests for accommodations are submitted to Dr. Jordan-Curtis.  Here is the link for exam regulations, including conflicts. 

Last updated: April 12, 2013

WEEK ONE

 

9:00 a.m.

1:00 p.m.

Friday

April 26

Legal Writing - all sections Room 164

 

Monday

April 29

 

Secured Transactions - Dubovec Room 160

Constitutional Law II - Massaro Room 168

Estate Planning - Gadarian/Conway Room 156

Tuesday

April 30

Immigration Law - Silverman Room 160

Regulation - Orbach Room 118

Federal Income Tax - Swain Room 164

ERISA - Newman Room 118

Antitrust - Ratner Room 156

Wednesday

May 1

Employment Discrimination - Downer Room 118

Bankruptcy - Ponoroff  Room 156

Legal Profession - Schneyer Room 168

Legal Ethics for Criminal Lawyers - H.Williams Room 118

Thursday

May 2

Family Law - Bennett Room 160

Trademarks and Unfair Competition - Curley Room 156

Separation of Powers - Bales Room 118

 

 

Friday

May 3

Insurance Law - Sakall Room 168

Gaming and Gambling - Dutton Room 156

Constitutional Law I - Massaro  Room 168

Constitutional Law I - Glennon  Room 164

WEEK TWO

Monday

May 6

 

Property - Rose - Room 168

Property -Large Room 164

 

National Security - Doucette Room 156

Tuesday

May 7

Corporate Tax - Hymel Room 118

Law and Medical Litigation - Spece Room 156

Criminal Law -Rueschhoff Room 168

Wednesday

May 8

Community Property - Ratner Room 118

(EXAM BEGINS AT 8:00 A.M.)

Water Law - Glennon Room 156

Estates and Trusts - Hobson Room 118

 

Thursday

May 9

Criminal Procedure -Bambauer Room 160

Criminal Procedure - Barnes Room 164

 

Friday

May 10

   

 

Take Home

 

American Legal History: Modern American Thought - Esposito

Business Planning - Sjostrom

Comparative Commercial Law - Kozolchyk

Copyright - D. Bambauer

Corporate Governance - Mundheim

Critical Race Theory - Williams

Cyberlaw - D. Bambauer

Federal Public Lands-Hopkins

International Environmental Law - Gantz

International Human Rights - Obiora

International Trade Law - Gantz

Jurisprudence - Obiora

Law, Policy, and Economic of Contemporary Native Nation Building - Kalt

Professionalism in Practice of Law - Zlaket

Real Estate Transactions - Yetwin

Refugee Law - L. Marcus

Tribal Courts and Tribal Law - Austin

 

If you have a conflict in your exam schedule, please first refer to the student handbook for details.  Requests for accommodations are submitted to Dr. Jordan-Curtis.  Here is the link for exam regulations, including conflicts.