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Summer 2021 (May)

  • Constitutional Litigation Clinic (LAW 851) – Dean Martins (no textbook required)
  • Prosecution Clinic (LAW 855) – Prof. Tompkins (no textbook required)

Summer A

Criminal Law (LAW 535-001) –  Judge Spinden
Required:
Criminal Law: Cases, Controversies and Problems, 1st ed., by Joseph E. Kennedy (West Academic), ISBN 9781640200715 (or the preferred CasebookPlus edition, ISBN: 9781684671717)

Note: If you elect to purchase a used Crim Law textbook, the CasebookPlus features can be purchased for $39.

Statistics and Quantitative Methods (LAW 631) – Dean Todd
Note:
There is nothing to purchase in advance; the required resources will be made available electronically by the professor.

Summer B

Lawyering Skills V – Trial Ad (LAW 595-001) – Prof. Rost
Required:
Trial Techniques, custom 10th ed., by Thomas Mauet (Aspen Law/Wolters Kluwer), ISBN 9781454892236

Federal Rules of Evidence Summary Trial Guide (Elex Publishers; available from elexpublishers.com,
800-546-3539)

Note: This textbook is a custom book created for LUSOL; it contains the Mauet textbook (Trial Techniques and Trials, 10th ed.) plus selected exercises from Mauet, Wolfson, and Easton’s workbook, Materials in Trial Advocacy: Problems and Cases.


May Intensive

Professional Responsibility (LAW 565) – Prof. S. Thompson
Required:
Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law, 3rd ed., by Lisa G. Lerman & Philip G. Schrag (Aspen, 2012),
ISBN 9781454803010


August Intensives

Accounting and Finance for Lawyers (LAW 630) – Dean Todd
Required:
Introductory Accounting, Finance and Auditing for Lawyers, 7th ed., by Lawrence A. Cunningham (West Academic, 2017), ISBN 9781634604109

Trademark Law & Practice (LAW 783) – Prof. Connors
Required:
Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy by Graeme B. Dinwoodie & Mark D. Janis (Wolters Kluwer), ISBN 9781454871057

Also required is the free supplement, available at the link below:

Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy, 5th ed. (Spring 2020 update), by Graeme B. Dinwoodie & Mark D. Janis

Fall 2021

First-Year Law Students

Second-Year Law Students

Third-Year Law Students

Electives