Spring 2015 Class Assignments

Class assignments are listed alphabetically by course name. All will be posted as received. If you do not see the assignments you are looking for, check TWEN, your professor's personal homepage or return to this web page to check again later.

Business Entities (BUSN-300-A)

Professor Russell Powell

  • Textbook: Business Entities: Cases and Materials (3rd Ed.) by Professor Eric Chiappinelli
  • Read Chapters 1 and 2 in Chiappinelli's Business Entities: Cases and Materials

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Constitutional Law II (CNLW-300-B)

Professor David Skover

  • All information concerning the course, including the Syllabus, is available in “Skover Online
  • For the first day of class, please familiarize yourself with the pages of the website associated with the course, and read the materials in Section I (The State Action Doctrine), Assignment 1 (Text 1273-1288).

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Contracts (CONT-105-E)

Professor DeLong

  • You should already be registered for this course on TWEN.
  • On Monday, January 12, do Unit 1 in the Spring 2015 Workbook and on Wednesday, January 14, do Unit 2.

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Criminal Motions Practice (CRIM-340-E)

Professor Goldsmith

  • January 12: Overview lecture: class expectations & Bail hearings.
  • Optional: Westerman v. Cary, 125 Wn.2d 277, 892 P.2d 1067 (1994).

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Evidence Lab A (EVID-301-A)

Professor Mitchell & Professor Gonzalez

  • All materials for this course are on the course TWEN page.
  • You will also want to have a copy of the Federal Rules of Evidence, which you should have from your Evidence course or which you can obtain on-line.
  • The first Evidence Lab class is Tuesday. February 10th. Go to TWEN and register for “EVIDENCE LAB” with your WestLaw password. The Syllabus (where you will find the first assignment), the course description, course requirements, and the attendance policy are all on the web page.

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Professional Responsibility A & E (PROF-200-A & PROF-200-E)

Professor Strait

  • Register for this class on TWEN.
  • Text: ETHICAL PROBLEMS IN THE PRACTICE OF LAW, 3RD ED. by Lerman and Schrag; Professional RESPONSIBILITY, STANDARDS, RULES AND STATUTES by Dzienkowski
  • Class 1, Tuesday, January 13
    • Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law, by Lerman and Schrag (hereafter LS) INTRODUCTION. pp. 1-13; CH. 1, THE REGULATION OF LAWYERS, pp. 19 – 45
    • Go to the CALI Folder on TWEN. Read the CALI Student Instructions sheet and follow them for submitting to my assistant at ljsleep@seattleu.edu.
    • --Do CALI exercise: Sources of Law Regulating the Practice of Law (1 hour) and submit a screen capture to the drop box per your CALI Student Instructions (above)
  • Class 2, Thursday, January 15
    • LS CH. 1, THE REGULATION OF LAWYERS, pp. 45 – 79, Admission to Practice
      • In Re Wright
      • Wright Jimi Petition
    • for class discussion:
      • WA Admission to Practice Rule (APR) 3 and
      • WA APR 21-24
      • Universal Bar Exam Application for Bar Examination
      • Application Instructions to the WA ST Bar and URL Link
      • Sample WA ST Bar Application Form

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Remedies (REMD-300-E)

Professor Gordon

  • Class 1: Monday, January 12, 2015: Introductory Lecture: "Justice in the Real World: God's Work on Earth Must Truly be Our Own." Focus: The Rightful Position Principle. Casebook 1-18 (Includes Introduction plus U.S. v. Hatahley).
  • Class 2: Wednesday, January 14, 2015: Value as the Measure of the Rightful Position. Casebook:18-35 [Trinity Church; In Re September 11th – Twin Towers Litigation]
  • Problem No. 1 due Class 3.
  • Monday, January 19, 2015: No Class. Martin Luther King Day.

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