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Sample Paper 2 - Negotiation

This is an example of a final student paper from John Lande's Negotiation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. The paper contains reflection from the student on her experience in a negotiation simulation. She also discusses three different approaches that she could have used, and...

Sample Paper 1 - Negotiation

This is an example of a student paper from John Lande's Negotiation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. The paper stems from the student's participation in the multi-stage simple partnership agreement simulation. In the paper, the student reflects on her experience in the simulation...

Lawyer Self-Assessment Form - Negotiation

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 lawyer.

General Self-Assessment Form - Negotiation

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...

Client Self-Assessment Form - Negotiation

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.

Instructions for Writing Self-Assessments - Negotiation

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...

Multi-Stage Probate Dispute Simulation - Negotiation

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...

Multi-Stage Partnership Agreement Simulation - Negotiation

Professor John Lande uses this multi-stage simple partnership agreement simulation in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. The case involves two friends who decide to start a partnership to run a new restaurant. Robin Vega is a chef in a local restaurant and Casey...

Syllabus - Negotiation

The course syllabus for Negotiation discusses the goals, learning objectives, and structure of the course. The syllabus also contains the course policies, grading structure, and assignment. Lastly, the syllabus contains an outline of the course, organized by date, and the topic to be addressed at...

Multi-Stage Divorce Simulation - Negotiation

Professor John Lande uses this multi-stage divorce simulation in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. This simulation focuses on division of property and child support issues. Students are provided a package of materials that includes role-play instructions, written...

Anthony Infanti: An Innovative International Tax Law Course

In this video, Professor Anthony Infanti discusses his advanced tax course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. The course is designed to transmit substantive knowledge through a problem-based approach, placing students in the role of lawyers and advisors and preparing them for the...

Samples of Student Work - International Tax

In this document, Professor Infanti shares samples of his students' work from the International Tax course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Student memos include grades and comments from Professor Infanti, including feedback on legal details, issue spotting, writing style, and...

Research Assignment 3 - International Tax

Professor Infanti's third research assignment for International Tax students is a memorandum from which students have to anaylze issues and draft a response. Students are required to research the scenario described and prepare a memorandum explaining their legal findings under applicable tax laws.

Research Assignment 2 - International Tax

Professor Infanti's second research assignment for International Tax students is a memorandum from which students have to anaylze issues and draft a response. Students are required to research the scenario described and prepare a memorandum explaining their findings on the issues arising under the...

Research Assignment 1 - International Tax

Professor Infanti's first research assignment for International Tax students aims to hone their research skills while also getting them to learn more about how the law distinguishes between resident and nonresident persons for federal tax purposes. In particular, this assignment focuses on...

Excerpts from Teaching Dossier - International Tax

In this document, Professor Infanti gives insights into the methodology he uses to teach his International Tax course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He details his teaching goals and approaches in regard to federal tax, corporate tax, and international tax, as well as details...

Syllabus - International Tax

The course syllabus for International Tax discusses the goals, learning objectives, and structure of the course, including the use of problem-based teaching methods and research assignments. The syllabus also contains the course policies, grading structure, and assignment deadlines. Lastly, the...

Gillian Hadfield: The Practice of Contracts

Gillian Hadfield is a law professor at USC Gould School of Law. In this video, Professor Hadfield discusses her teaching methods. For her Advanced Contracts course, she moves away from a doctrinal focus and instead aims to create practice-ready lawyers through case study methods.