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These assignments from Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law address the concept of developing students’ professional identity. In developing their professional identities, students are asked to 1) write a professional identity letter to themselves about their core...
These exercises from Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law help students to put the theory of law into practice by putting them in scenarios similar to what they will encounter in practice—negotiating and drafting easements. Students are put into the role of an attorney...
This assignment from Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law helps students build their understanding of both the doctrine and written analytical skills, as well as how to study and learn the law. These Fundamental Skills assignments are designed to work students through...
Monica Hof Wallace is a professor of law at Loyola New Orleans College of Law. This video displays students participating in Module 3 of 4, progressing through the family law process of divorce—the child custody hearing. MOV129(00h39m00s-00h41m00s) from Christine Cerniglia on Vimeo .
Monica Hof Wallace is a professor of law at Loyola New Orleans College of Law. This video displays students participating in Module 1 of 4, progressing through the family law process of divorce—the client interview. M2U00084(00h25m50s-00h27m50s) from Christine Cerniglia on Vimeo .
This take home assignment is the third from Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at the Loyola New Orleans College of Law. The assignment explains a scenario in involving an unwed couple, a pregnancy, and various facts unfold. The students must then answer questions regarding paternity...
This take home assignment is the second from Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at the Loyola New Orleans College of Law. The assignment explains a scenario in which a couple marries, has children, and various facts unfold. The students must then answer questions regarding marriage,...
This take home assignment is the first from Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at the Loyola New Orleans College of Law. The assignment explains a scenario in which a couple marries, various facts unfold, and the students must then answer questions regarding marriage, divorce, and...
Following the Experiential Module 2, this Experiential Module from Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at the Loyola New Orleans College of Law contains materials regarding a child custody hearing and child support worksheet. Using another memo from a senior partner, a transcript of the...
Following the Experiential Module 1, this Experiential Module from Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at the Loyola New Orleans College of Law contains materials on drafting the Petition for Divorce using the facts gained from the client interview. The module gives students another...
This Experiential Module from Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at Loyola New Orleans College of Law contains materials for students to learn the skills required for client interviews. The materials contain a memo from the partner in the fictitious firm and quick notes on interviewing...
This Schedules of Assignments contains a timeline for assignments and class topics from Professor Wallace’s Civil Law of Persons course at Loyola New Orleans College of Law during the Spring semester of 2014.
In his Administrative Law course, Professor Roberto L. Corrada of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law uses a simulation devised from Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park . As shown in this document, Professor Corrada divides his Administrative Law class into "project teams." Each team covers...
Professor Steven Friedland includes this July 2011 bar question as part of his Evidence Law course at Elon University School of Law. The problem's scenario gets at two questions: Were there grounds for the attorney to object to testimony? Was the trial judge correct in allowing testimony?
Professor Steven Friedland uses these problems in the Evidence Law course that he teaches at Elon University School of Law. The problems and materials contained here deal with identifying relevant evidence. Each problem seeks analysis from the student and provides introductory guidelines and...
Professor Steven Friedland uses this introductory problem in the Evidence Law course that he teaches at Elon University School of Law. The problem, from his Fall 2012 class, presents a detailed scenario and then asks students the following question: after proper objections to all of the evidence...
Professor John Lande uses self-assessments in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. In this self-assessment, students are asked to reflect on their experience in a particular simulation. Students are asked about reaching an agreement, satisfaction with the results and...
Professor John Lande uses self-assessments in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. In this self-assessment, students are asked to reflect on their experience in a simulation from their role as a client.
Professor John Lande uses self-assessments in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. The main purposes of the self-assessments are to: (1) reflect on what students have learned from a simulation about negotiation and/or as a negotiator, and (2) practice self-analysis, an...
Professor John Lande uses this multi-stage simply probate dispute simulation in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. The case involves two siblings in a dispute over the estate of their recently deceased mother. The mother’s will favors one sibling and the central...

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