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Litigation Immersion: Daily Schedule

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 outlines the daily expectations for the students...

Litigation Immersion: Introduction, Theme, and Theory

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 describes the purpose and desired outcome for students in...

Litigation Immersion: Rules

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. The rules document outlines the general rules and expectations of the...

Student Comments on Course - State Civil Procedure

These Student Comments on the State Civil Procedure course provide insight into the success students have in the course, and their overall impression. The students generally praise the realistic nature of the course, as well as the effectiveness of the writing assignments throughout the semester.

Sample Complaint - State Civil Procedure

This Sample Complaint from the State Civil Procedure course is a student-drafted complaint that addresses the hypothetical fact pattern for the course. The drafted complaint represents a percentage of the students’ overall grade.

Sample Statute of Limitations Memo - State Civil Procedure

This Sample Statute of Limitations Memo from the State Civil Procedure course is a student-drafted memorandum that analyzes a statute of limitations issue. The memorandum contributes to the students’ overall grade in the course.

Sample Discovery Plan - State Civil Procedure

This Sample Discovery Plan from the State Civil Procedure course is an example of a student-drafted trial preparation and discovery plan, as required by the course. The drafted assignments contribute to the students’ overall grade in the course.

Sample Litigation Hold Letter - State Civil Procedure

These Sample Letters from the State Civil Procedure course give students two examples of the types of letters they are required to draft as part of the course. The drafted documents contribute to the student’s overall grade in the course.

Professional Identity Examples, Chapter 6 - State Civil Procedure

These Professional Identity Examples supplement the textbook discourse on the issue. This document contains notes from Professor Benjamin Madison, which include suggestions for class discussion on professional identity and effective ways to interact with students on the subject.

Ruby Red Slippers, Inc. - State Civil Procedure

The State Civil Procedure Course at the Regent University School of Law focuses on resolving civil matters in state court through the use of the problem-based method of teaching. This document provides a hypothetical focusing on various civil procedure issues, and also provides variations on the...

Master Problem - State Civil Procedure

The State Civil Procedure Course at the Regent University School of Law focuses on resolving civil matters in state court through the use of the problem-based method of teaching. This Master Problem provides a semester-long hypothetical fact pattern for students to work through as they gain an...

Course Syllabus - State Civil Procedure

The State Civil Procedure course at the Regent University School of Law focuses on resolving civil matters in state court through the use of the problem-based method of teaching. This syllabus outlines the general expectations and goals of the course, as well as the weekly reading assignments.

Memo, Example Three - Copyright Law

This is the third of three student memos that were written as part of the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. This memo, which serves as an assessment for the course, discusses new strategies for using the fair use defense.

Memo, Example Two - Copyright Law

This is the second of three student memos that were written as part of the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. This memo, which serves as an assessment for the course, analyzes the fair use defense in light of new case law.

Memo, Example One - Copyright Law

This is the first of three student memos that were written as part of the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. This memo, which serves as an assessment for the course, analyzes several issues, including copyright infringement claims and the fair use defense.

Course Syllabus - Copyright Law

This syllabus contains required assignments, class policies, and general pertinent information for the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Additionally, the document contains a breakdown of weekly reading assignments categorized by particular subjects within the...

Sample Assignments - White Collar Crime in Practice

This document contains sample assignments from the White Collar Crime in Practice course at the Golden Gate University School of Law. The included assignments include researching white collar crime issues and investigatory tools, and drafting memos based on class simulations and fact patterns.

Course Syllabus - White Collar Crime in Practice

This syllabus contains required assignments, class policies, and general pertinent information for the White Collar Crime in Practice at the Golden Gate University School of Law. The document also contains a weekly breakdown of reading assignments and their corresponding category within the course.

Student Outline (Problem 4) - Professional Responsibility

This student-drafted outline is an example of a student's response to an assignment for the Professional Responsibility course at the Stanford University School of Law. The outline provides analysis of various ethical delimmas described, concentrating on a lawyer's duty of confidentiality.

Problem 4 Memo - Professional Responsibility

This memorandum provides an example of an assignment memo distributed as part of the Professional Responsibility course at the Stanford University School of Law. The memorandum addresses an issue previously faced by the legal clinic at the school, and the students in the Professional Responsibility...