University of Denver

Student Work

Sample Exams, Feedback, and Student Work - Property

These exams serve as an assessment tool for Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law. The exams consist of multiple-choice questions and one long essay question. In addition to the exams, Professor Burgess has provided annotated model answers, sample student answers, and...

Student Final Memo: Example 3 - Administrative Law: Dinosaur Park Simulation

Professor Roberto L. Corrada teaches Administrative Law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law through a simulation course based on the novel Jurassic Park . At the end of the semester, students must work in groups to create an administrative agency and a regulatory scheme based upon the...

Student Final Memo: Example 2 - Administrative Law: Dinosaur Park Simulation

Professor Roberto L. Corrada teaches Administrative Law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law through a simulation course based on the novel Jurassic Park . At the end of the semester, students must work in groups to create an administrative agency and a regulatory scheme based upon the...

Student Final Memo: Example 1 - Administrative Law: Dinosaur Park Simulation

Professor Roberto L. Corrada teaches Administrative Law at the University of Denver through a simulation course based on the novel Jurassic Park . At the end of the semester, students must work in groups to create an administrative agency and a regulatory scheme based upon the simulation. Further,...

Evidence Essay from July 2011 Bar Exam - Evidence Law

This is a sample student answer to the evidence bar exam question that Professor Steven Friedland uses in his Evidence Law course at Elon University School of Law. The student provides answers to the scenario's two questions: Were there grounds for the attorney to object to testimony? Was the trial...

Answers to Evidence Problems - Evidence Law

These are sample student answers to the evidence problems assigned by Professor Steven Friedland in his Evidence Law course at Elon University School of Law. This student work attempts to identify relevant evidence issues and centers around the following: Constructing inference chains Probability...

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...

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...

Sample Student Work with Instructor Feedback - Yo-Go - Advanced Contracts

The Yo-Go case study, used in the Advanced Contracts course at the University of Southern California, provides the problem on which a portion of the course is based. This student work example consists of a memorandum drafted by a student in the course, which addresses the legal issues and legal...

Sample Student Work with Instructor Feedback - Sun Chemical

The Sun Chemical case study, used in the Advanced Contracts course at the University of Southern California, provides the problem on which a portion of the course is based. This student work example consists of an opinion letter drafted by a student in the course, which addresses the legal issues...

Defendant’s Request for Production of Documents - Discovery Practicum

As part of the Discovery Practicum taught by Professor David Thomson at the University of Denver, students must draft a series of discovery documents throughout the semester. This student-drafted Defendant’s Request for Production of Documents is based upon a hypothetical the students use...

Student Portfolio #3 - Family Law with Skills

Student Portfolio #3 provides an example of the coursework required of students enrolled in the Family Law with Skills course taught at Hofstra University. The portfolio includes written observations of family court proceedings, journal assignments, self-evaluation in the simulation activity, and a...

Student Portfolio #2 - Family Law with Skills

Student Portfolio #2 provides an example of the coursework required of students enrolled in the Family Law with Skills course taught at Hofstra University. The portfolio includes written observations of family court proceedings, journal assignments, self-evaluation in the simulation activity, and a...

Student Portfolio #1 - Family Law with Skills

Student Portfolio #1 provides an example of the coursework required of students enrolled in the Family Law with Skills course taught at Hofstra University. The portfolio includes written observations of family court proceedings, journal assignments, self-evaluation in the simulation activity, and a...

Student Work: Contracts Poem - Contracts I and II

This student work example summarizes the first year contracts course at Washburn University School of Law taught by Professor Michael Hunter Schwartz. Through humor and rhyme, the student demonstrates an understanding of fundamental doctrinal concepts learned in the course.

Student Work: Liquidated Damages Clause - Contracts I and II

This student work example is part of a reading assignment about contract drafting in Contracts: A Context and Practice Textbook , written by the professor of the first year contracts course at Washburn University School of Law. In the problem within the chapter, students are asked to draft a...

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...

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...

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...