Proctored Exam Schedule Fall 2014
Note: Exams start at 9:00 AM (unless otherwise noted)
(exam period Dec. 6 - Dec. 19)
Dec. 6 (Saturday) at 9:00 am (Main Office, Rm. 5110 open 7:45 am - 4:30 pm)
601 001 Intro to American Law (Church, L.)
771 001 Trusts & Estates I [class met at 9:50am] (Erlanger, H.)
771 002 Trusts & Estates I [class met at 3:30pm] (Erlanger, H.)
Dec. 7 (Sunday) at 9:00 am (Main Office, Rm. 5110 open 7:45 am - 4:30 pm)
871 001 International Trade Law (Ibele, E.)
602 001 Legal Sources [class met 9:00am] (Chang, N.)
602 002 Legal Sources [class met 1:10pm] (Chang, N.)
Dec. 8 (Monday) at 9:00 am
740 002 Constitutional Law II (Church, L.)
873 001 Immigration Law (Barbato, E./Taeuber, S.)
850 001 Professional Responsibilities (Schweitzer, N.)
742 001 Taxation I (Tahk, S.)
*Added: 918 001 SP Intl Law: Intnl Commercial Arbitration (Yackee, J.)
Dec. 9 (Tuesday) at 9:00 am
748 001 Antitrust (Carstensen, P.)
802 002 Civil Procedure II (Greene, L.)
*744 001 Administrative Law (Seifter, M.) ___ hr. take-home exam for Dec. 9 only, - see Take-home exam schedule for complete details.
Dec. 10 (Wednesday) at 9:00 am
726 001 Intro to Substantive Criminal Law (Schultz, D.)
726 002 Intro to Substantive Criminal Law (Kempinen, B.)
726 003 Intro to Substantive Criminal Law (Klingele, C.)
726 004 Intro to Substantive Criminal Law (Prosser, M.)
726 005 Intro to Substantive Criminal Law (Ross, M.)
753 001 Intro to Intellectual Property (Frenchick, G.)
Dec. 11 (Thursday) at 9:00 am
801 002 Evidence (Hurley, S.)
Dec. 12 (Friday) at 9:00 am
817 001 Business Organizations I (Ohnesorge, J.)
942 001 European Union Law (Klug, H./Marauhn, T./Stegmiller, I.)
801 001 Evidence (Findley, K.)
Dec. 13 (Saturday) at 9:00 am (Main Office, Rm. 5110 open 7:45 am - 4:30 pm)
740 001 Constitutional Law II (Klug, H.)
825 001 Insurance Law (Carstensen, P.)
839 001 Remedies (Mitchell, T.)
Dec. 14 (Sunday) at 9:00 am (Main Office, Rm. 5110 open 7:45 am - 4:30 pm)
736-001 Secured Transactions (Cohen, A.)
953 001 SP Bus. Orgs.: Advising Private Business Owners (Gehl, M.)
936 001 Torts II (Barkan, S.)
Dec. 15 (Monday) at 9:00 am
714 003 Civil Procedure I (McDermott, M.)
714 004 Civil Procedure I (Weston, C.)
714 005 Civil Procedure I (Meyn, I.)
989 001 Environmental Law & Practice (Dawson, T./Kent, P.)
*714 001 Civil Procedure I (Schwartz, D.) ___ hr. take-home exam for Dec. 15 only, - see Take-home exam schedule for complete details.
Dec. 16 (Tuesday) at 9:00 am
802 001 Civil Procedure II (Weston, C.)
830 001 Land Use (Mitchell, T.)
739 001 Religion and the Constitution (Althouse, A.)
914 001 Securities Regulation (Davis, K.)
Dec. 17 (Wednesday) at 9:00 am
850 002 Professional Responsibilities (Pierce, T.)
Dec. 18 (Thursday) at 9:00 am
741 001 Business Organizations II (Davis, K.)
731 001 Constitutional Law I (Althouse, A.)
771 003 Sel. Topics Estate Plan: Asset Mgmt & Financial Planning (Seaborg, A.)
904 003 SP Con Law: Wis. State Constitutional Law (Monette, R.)
*745 001 Labor Relations -Labor & Employment Law (Leachman, G.) 24 hr. take-home exam for Dec. 18 only, - see Take-home exam schedule for complete details.
*641 001 Sociology of Law (Huneeus, A.) (exam is Thursday, Dec. 18 from 5:05 pm to 7:05 pm in Sociology Bldg)
Dec. 19 (Friday) at 9:00 am
711 001 Contracts (Alexander, L.)
711 002 Contracts (Yackee, J.)
711 003 Contracts (Hendley, K.)
711 004 Contracts (Sharafi, M.(
732 001 Real Estate Transactions I (Viney, G.)
GRADES: Fall 2014 Final Grades are due January 16, 2015. Starting in early January list of the Fall 2014 courses in alpha order by the name of the course indicating the date grades were sent electronically to the UW Registrar will be on the Law School's website below:
Students: EXAM SCHEDULE CONFLICT? Fill out the form "Petition to Reschedule an Exam." For Fall 2014 they are due by __________November ____, 2014. Copies are on the outside door of Rm. 5110A or you can fill it out on the Law School website at: http://law.wisc.edu/current/forms.htm It must be approved by Mike Hall, Director of Student Life, and submitted to him in Rm. 5101 or placed in his mailbox. Mike Hall will review your petition, notify you and return a decision as soon as possible. If approved, Mike will later have Jane Ford Bennett email you as to the date, time and place for your rescheduled exam(s).
Exam Numbers: (Law, LLMI's, Visiting Law & Law Exchange students) Make sure you have your correct exam number. Go to http://law.wisc.edu/help/my.php Enter your user name and password. Or, go to the Main Office, Rm. 5110, Monday-Friday, 7:45 am to 4:30 pm (you'll need your Student ID#/card). If no one is in the Main Office, see Jane Ford Bennett, Rm 5110A. Only Non-Law Graduate students from another Dept. taking a Law course should use their 10 digit student ID# as their exam number.
EMERGENCIES and/or PERSONAL PROBLEMS DURING EXAMS: If you have an emergency that prevents you from taking an examination, or a personal problem (illness before or during the exam, inability to submit a take-home exam on time, etc.) you must contact MIKE HALL immediately (608) 890-0115 (office) or (608) 215-7134 (cell) and leave a detailed message.
DO NOT CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR. DO NOT try to solve the problem by
writing a a note on your exam. NEVER delay until you receive your grade.
PASS/FAIL OPTION CHOICES FOR Fall 2014: For 2Ls and 3Ls only. Visiting Law (LawS) and Law Exchange (LawX) students are not allowed the pass/fail option choice)
Pass/Fail Option Choice for the Fall 2014 available courses are DUE Thursday, DECEMBER 4, 2014 by 11:59 PM (except if there are any courses that end early) If there are any early courses, they will be listed later.
PASS/FAIL OPTION LINK FOR FALL 2014 will be on the Law School's website at:
https://secure.law.wisc.edu/grades/pf/ (NOT READY FOR FALL 2014)
After you log-in using your Net ID and Password, the site will show available pass/fail option course(s) you are enrolled in. Follow all directions and, for full information on the operation of the Pass/Fail Option, please see the online Law School Rule 2.03 and Read This First, section 9.3 for more information.
Note: You may choose a Law course as your pass/fail option choice only two times during your entire law school career.