First Year Courses:
Constitutional Law I, Section 4, Prof. Weston: First Assignment
Intro to Criminal Procedure, Section 2, Prof. Findley: The primary materials for this class will be provided electronically, free of charge. For the first day of class, please read pages 1 through 36 of these materials. Additional materials will be made available with the syllabus and additional course information prior to the first class.
Legal Research and Writing II, Sections 7 and 10, Prof. Baumgartner: For class on Tuesday Jan. 21, read Dernbach, Legal Writing & Legal Method, chapter 21, pp. 311-13, and chapter 23 pp. 337-42. For class on Thursday Jan. 23, read Guberman, Point Made, pt. 1, and Dernbach, Legal Writing & Legal Method, ch. 23 pp. 342-54. Recommended research strategy review for the first and second week of classes: Osbeck, Impeccable Research, chs. 1-5; skim chs. 8-9.
Legislation and Regulation, Prof. Desai: Initial assignment and first-day information
Torts, Sections 1 and 2, Prof. Sidel: Week 1: Read pp. 1-85 in the casebook, Tort Law and Alternatives (Franklin,
Rabin and Green, 9th edition, Foundation Press).
Torts, Section 3, Prof. Charo: Read and be prepared to discuss Hammontree v. Jenner, 97 Cal Rptr 739 (1971), which is available here
2L and 3L Courses (and some 1L Electives):
Business Organizations I, Professor Davis: Syllabus and Class Materials
Business Organizations I, Professor Alexander: Initial Assignment and Course Materials
Business Organizations II, Professor Davis: Syllabus and Class Materials
Civil Procedure II, Professor Greene: Initial Assignment and Other Information
Payments, Prof. Adrian Cohen, First Assignment
Secured Transactions, Prof. Adrian Cohen, First Assignment