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Student Work: Winning Oath Fall 2008 - Contracts I and II

This first year Contracts class, taught in a two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law, emphasizes professionalism and the importance of integrity in the practice of law. As a reminder of these values, Professor Michael Hunter Schwartz asks students to draft their own “Oath of...

Professionalism Oath Exercise - Contracts I and II

This first year Contracts course, taught in a two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law, emphasizes professionalism and the importance of integrity in the practice of law. As a reminder of these values, Professor Michael Hunter Schwartz asks students to draft their own “Oath of...

Course Policies Fall 2011 - Contracts I and II

The first year two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law concentrates on doctrinal contract law development, practical contract skills development, as well as personal and professional development. The Course Policies and Assignments document for the first half of the course (...

Assignments and Activities - Fall 2011 - Contracts I and II

The first year two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law concentrates on personal and professional development, contract skills development, and doctrinal contract law development. This Activities and Assignments document for the first semester of the course (Contracts I) outlines...

Course Policies and Assignments - Spring 2011 - Contracts I and II

The first year two-course sequence at Washburn University School of Law concentrates on doctrinal contract law development, practical contract skills development, as well as personal and professional development. This Course Policies and Assignments document for the second half of the course (...

Sample Student Work with Instructor Feedback - First Year Contracts

This student-drafted response to a case study as part of the First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California provides insight into the legal analysis and writing expectations of students, as well as contains feedback from Professor Gillian Hadfield to further clarify those...

Case Study Materials: Happy Cows - First Year Contracts

This case study for the First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California presents a hypothetical factual scenario highlighting particular contract-law issues. The hypothetical includes pertinent legal documents for students to include in their analysis, such as statutes, terms...

Case Study Materials: Patrick and Sujit - First Year Contracts

This case stidy for the First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California presents a hypothetical factual scenario highlighting particular contract-law issues. The hypothetical asks students to give legal advice based upon knowledge gained from the course.

Confidential Group Assessment Form - First Year Contracts

The First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California updates the traditional notion of a contracts course by teaching students to actually do contracts, as opposed to simply applying rules drawn from appellate cases and hypothetical scenarios. This Confidential Group Assessment...

Course Outline - First Year Contracts

The First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California updates the traditional notion of a contracts course by teaching students to actually do contracts, as opposed to simply applying rules drawn from appellate cases and hypothetical scenarios. This course outline contains a...

Overview - First Year Contracts

The First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California updates the traditional notion of a contracts course by teaching students to actually do contracts, as opposed to simply applying rules drawn from appellate cases and hypothetical scenarios. This course overview contains a...

Transactional Immersion: Evaluation Form

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This evaluation provides an opportunity for students to anonymously...

Transactional Immersion: Rental and Purchase Agreement

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This Rental and Purchase Agreement is a student-drafted assignment...

Transactional Immersion: Commercial Lease Agreement

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This Commercial Lease Agreement is student-drafted assignment required...

Transactional Immersion: LLP Due Diligence Report

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This LLP Due Diligence Report is a student-drafted assignment required...

Transactional Immersion: Schedule for Instructors

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This schedule for instructors outlines the daily schedule for the...

Transactional Immersion: Description

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This document outlines the transactional immersion program, detailing...

Litigation Immersion: Evaluation Form

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This evaluation provides an opportunity for students to anonymously...

Litigation Immersion: Motion in Limine

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. This student-drafted motion is an example of an assignment required as...

Litigation Immersion: Motions Packet

Washington & Lee School of Law requires all third year law students to participate in an immersion course each semester: a litigation immersion course in the fall followed by a transactional immersion course in the spring. These document contains information relevant for motions practice,...