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FIRST-YEAR DAY COURSES PROFESSOR CRS-SEC. CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW §1 Bosniak 506-01 | Books 4
01536 MW2:30-3:45; Th2:30-3:25* 204

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW §2 Dane 506-02 | Books 4
01537 MW2:30-3:45; Th2:30-3:25* 207

CRIMINAL LAW §1 Zulfiqar 516-01 | Books 4
11768 MW10:55-12:10; F10:55-11:45* 204

CRIMINAL LAW §2 Walen 516-02 | Books 4
01538 MW10:55-12:10; F10:55-11:45* 207

LAWR II §1 Robbins 550-01 | Books 2.5
01541 T1:05-2:20; F9:30-10:45 E110

LAWR II §2 Wallinger 550-02 | Books 2.5
02035 T10:55-12:10; F9:30-10:45 E112

LAWR II §3 Ricks 550-03 | Books 2.5
02036 MW9:30-10:45 E108

LAWR II §4 Campanella 550-04 | Books 2.5
02037 M3:55-5:50 207

LAWR II §5 Robbins 550-05 | Books 2.5
02038 T10:55-12:10; Th1:05-2:20 E110

LAWR II §6 Wallinger 550-06 | Books 2.5
03208 T1:05-2:20; Th10:55-12:10 E108

LAWR II §7 Ricks 550-07 | Books 2.5
17625 T2:30-3:45; Th1:05-2:20 E108

PROPERTY §1 Kahan 536-01 | Books 4
01539 WF9:00-10:45 207

PROPERTY §2 Cahill 536-02 | Books 4
04268 TTh9:00-10:45 204

ACADEMIC SUCCESS PROGRAM Nissen 115-01


W1:05-2:20 E110


CLINICS, EXTERNSHIPS, MOOT COURTS AND COURSES REQUIRING PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR PROFESSOR CRS-SEC. CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM
LE=Limited enrollment. P=Prerequisite. #=Enrollment by permission of instructor. E =exclusion from a course. See course description for more information.
# P LE Advanced Appellate Research and Writing Fellows Gotthelf 779-01 | Books 2 WI
B/A
# P LE Advanced Child & Family Advocacy Clinic Schalick 750-01 | Books
S 22129 B/A
# P LE Advanced Civil Practice Clinic Overton 766-01 | Books 2 S 03050 B/A
# P LE Advanced Domestic Violence Clinic Chase 737-01 | Books BA

B/A
# P LE E Appellate Advocacy: Hunter Moot Court II §1
Gotthelf 703-01 | Books 2 S 01542 T3:55-5:50 204
# P LE E Appellate Advocacy: Hunter Moot Court II §11 Ames 703-11 | Books 2 S 14906 T8:10-10:00 105
# Appellate Advocacy: Hunter Moot Court Fellows Gotthelf 741-01 | Books P1.5
05324 W10:55-12:10 210
# E P Appellate Advocacy: Jessup International Moot Court II Kemeny 769-11 | Books P1
06469 Th6:10-8:00 E112
# P Baseball Arbitration Team Competition Andrews 575-01 | Books P1
09556 B/A
^LE8 # E Children’s Justice Clinic (See Notes) Simkins 796-01 | Books 4 S 21835 WTh1:05-2:20 210
LE8 # E Civil Practice Clinic Overton 794-01 | Books 4 S 02323 WTh1:05-2:20 105

Computer & Technology Law Journal Carrier/Kettle



B/A
# Directed Practicum Faculty 710-01 | Books BA

B/A
# LE Directed Practicum – Mortgage Foreclosure Project Mallgrave 630-01 | Books 2 S 21465 Th3:55-5:50 210
# Directed Research Faculty 707-01 | Books 1

B/A
# Directed Research Faculty 708-01 | Books 2

B/A

Eagleton Fellowships Gotthelf 731-01 | Books P3
04373 B/A
DL # LE8 Entrepreneurship Clinic Eakeley/Patel/ Pellicori/Weitz 851-HO | Books 4 S 13619 W6:00-8:00 323 Holo-C/N
# Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition Andrews 647-01 | Books P1

B/A
# Fundamentals of Legal Analysis Nissen/Iannone 512-01 | Books 3
05906 TTh1:05-2:20 204
# Fundamentals of Legal Analysis Iannone 512-11 | Books 3
10560 T6:00-9:00 204

Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court Competition Andrews 788-01 | Books P1
21848 B/A
P LE Judicial Externship Behm 790-01 | Books P2/P3 S 05504 Th3:55-5:50 207
# P LE Judicial Externship II Behm 797-01 | Books P2/P3 S
B/A

Journal of Law and Religion Dane 774-01 | Books P1

B/A

Journal of Law and Public Policy Kaplan 783-01 | Books P1

B/A

Law Review Swedloff 760-01 | Books P1

B/A

Law Record Freedman/Gonzalez



B/A
# LAWR Teaching Fellows LAWR Faculty 751-01 | Books P1.5
11793 B/A
LE14 Marshall Brennan (See Notes) Friedman/Ricks 784-01 | Books P3
04013 T1:05-2:20 105
P LE8 # Mortgage Foreclosure Project Mallgrave 792-11 | Books 3 S 21837 Th7:30-9:20 210
# Pace/Environmental Moot Court Wise 770-01 | Books P1

B/A
# P LE Practice Externship I Gotthelf 795-01 | Books P2/P3 S 01954 Th3:55-5:50 E404
# P LE Practice Externship II Gotthelf 759-01 | Books P2/P3 S 17638 B/A

Race & the Law Review Hawkins/Paradise



B/A
DL # LE8 South African Constitutional Law Ho 634-HO | Books 2 WI 07457 T3:55-5:50 323 Holo-N

South African Constitutional Law-Trip Ho 632-01 | Books P1
13179

# Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition Middleton/ Washington 763-01 | Books P1

B/A
# P LE Trial Advocacy Competition Board Lawrence 758-01 | Books P2
11792 B/A
# LE8 Trial Advocacy Competition Team Lawrence 553-01 | Books 2 S 05325 T3:55-5:50 E107

Women’s Rights Law Reporter Ball
P1

B/A


RUTGERS LAW SCHOOL (Camden) ● SPRING 2019 COURSE SCHEDULE
UPPERCLASS DAY COURSES PROFESSOR CRS-SEC. CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM
LE=Limited enrollment. P=Prerequisite. #=Enrollment by permission of instructor. E=exclusion from a course. ^=See Notes. See course description for more information.
^ I P LE36 Advanced Evidence for Litigators (Intensive Course) (See Notes)
Lore/Finkelstein 555-01 | Books 2 S 17319 F9:00-1:00; Sat 9:00-1:00; Sun 9:00-1:00 E108
LE16 Advanced Legal Research Talley/Zhang 522-01 | Books 2 S 11794 W3:55-5:50 E110
LE10 Advanced Legal Writing Wallinger 523-01 | Books 2 WI 11645 T3:55-5:50 105
LE20 Artificial Intelligence & the Law Goodman/ Swedloff 517-01 | Books 2 WI 21458 M3:55-5:50 E404
DL LE10 Bioethics, Babies & Babymaking Mutcherson 562-HO | Books 3 WI 21803 TTh2:30-3:45 323 Holo-C
DL LE28 Business Torts Feinman 588-HO | Books 3
17664 MW2:30-3:45 323 Holo-C
^ DL LE24 Business Torts Lab Feinman 739-HO | Books 1 S 17322 W3:55-5:50 323 Holo-C
LE24 P Civil Rights Litigation-Current Issues Ricks 526-01 | Books 3 S* WI* 21805 TTh9:30-10:45 E110
LE14 Comparative Law Livingston 503-01 | Books 3 WI 17646 TTh1:05-2:20 E404
DL LE28 Contemporary Jurisprudence Oberdiek 540-HO | Books 3
21811 MW10:55-12:10 323 Holo-C

Criminal Procedure: Investigations Shilton 655-01 | Books 3
17648 W4:00-7:00 106
LE20 Deals Afilalo 720-01 | Books 3 S 21812 TTh10:55-12:10 204
DL LE28 Education Law & Policy Karteron 857-HO | Books 3
21625 MW1:05-2:20 323 Holo-N

Elder Law Hinkle 606-01 | Books 3
21813 M1:05-3:45 E110
LE24 Electronic Discovery Donio 546-01 | Books 2
17651 T3:55-5:50 E108
^See Notes LE10 P Expungement Law Project Schalick 693-01 | Books 4 S 21814 MW2:30-3:55 105

Family Law Chase 658-01 | Books 3
04539 MW10:55-12:10 E110

Federal Income Taxation Friedell 649-01 | Books 4
03411 MT10:55-12:10;Th10:55-11:45** M E112 TTh207
DL LE10 Fiduciary Law Laby 573-01 | Books 3 WI 07170 TTh9:30-10:45 E108
LE24 Hot Topics in Employment Law Morris 786-01 | Books 2 S 21815 W3:55-5:50 105
E LE16 Interviewing & Counseling: Prisoner Reentry & Child Support Freedman/ Chase 767-01 | Books 3 S 21467 MW2:30-3:45 E112

Labor Law Harvey 659-01 | Books 3
21823 TTh2:30-3:45 105
DL LE28 Landlord Tenant Law Hayat 852-HO | Books 2
21629 M3:55-5:50 323 Holo-N
^See Notes LE9 # Legislative & Policy Drafting Robbins 548-01 | Books 3 WI 13538 T3:55-5:50 E110

Mergers & Acquisitions Afilalo 508-01 | Books 3
14909 TTh2:30-3:45 E112
^See Notes Moral & Legal Responsibility Oberdiek/Husak 799-01 | Books 3 WI* 14082 T4:30-7:30 (Will Meet in New Brunswick)
DL LE28 New Jersey Practice Rothman 853-HO | Books 3
08553 TTh10:55-12:10 323 Holo-N
LE24 Professional Responsibility Finkelstein 582-01 | Books 2 S 13167 M3:55-5:50 E108

Regulation of Securities Intermediaries Laby 616-01 | Books 3
17320 TTh2:30-3:45 210

State Constitutional Law Nussbaumer 600-01 | Books 2 WI* 05873 W9:00-10:45 E110

Statutory Interpretation & Legislation Williams 623-01 | Books 2 WI* 04016 M3:55-5:50 106

Trademark Law McNichol 675-01 | Books 3
21818 MW3:55-5:10 E112

EXTENDED MEETING BLOCK




M12:10-2:20

1L Make-Up Session




M9:30-10:45

Upper Level Make-Up Session




F10:55-12:10


I = Course is intensive and meets for part of the semester WI = Course in which writing is intensive and mandatory. WI* = Course in which writing credits is intensive and optional. S = Course earns lawyering skills credit. S* = Course in which lawyering skills credit is optional.


SATURDAY COURSE PROFESSOR CR-SEC CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM
^DL Cuba Legal Field Study (See Notes) Auffant 854-HO | Books 2
12033 Sat10:00-12:00 323 Holo-N



FIRST YEAR EVENING COURSES PROFESSOR CR-SEC CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Hawkins 506-11 | Books 4
17660 M8:10-10:00; W6:00-8:00 E110

PROPERTY Carrier 536-11 | Books 4
01540 M6:00-8:00; W8:10-10:00 E108

LAWR II Shashoua 550-11 | Books 2.5
02528 T6:00-8:00 E108


UPPERCLASS EVENING COURSES (LE=Limited enrollment. P=Prerequisite. #=Enrollment by permission of instructor. E=exclusion from a course. See course description for more information.)
DL LE28 Admiralty Friedell 677-HO | Books 3
04015 TTh6:00-7:15 323 Holo-C
P LE24 Advanced Business Organizations: Alternative Entities Russell/Laster 712-11 | Books 3 S 21466 M6:00-9:00 E112

Alternative Dispute Resolution Petrilla 591-11 | Books 2
17662 W6:00-8:00 E108

Business Organizations Livingston 680-11 | Books 4
06477 TTh6:00-8:00 106
DL LE28 Corporate Reorganization in Bankruptcy Kaplan,Hon. Michael 855-HO | Books 3
17465 TTh8:10-9:40 323 Holo-N
LE16 P Criminal Practice DeStefano 682-11 | Books 3 S 08508 W6:00-9:00 E404

Current Legal Issues in Marijuana Regulation McNichol 558-11 | Books 2
21460 T7:30-9:20 E112
LE24 Delaware Corporate Litigation Barkasy 583-11 | Books 2 S 21820 W7:30-9:20 E112
LE24 Effective Counsel Davies 695-11 | Books 2 S 14081 W8:10-10:00 103
LE40 Evidence Finkelstein 556-11 | Books 3
05878 M6:00-9:00 207
LE12 Family Law Motion Practice Gambone/Matez 603-11 | Books 3 S 21821 M6:00-9:00 E107
DL LE28 Immigration Law Harbeck 856-HO | Books 3
21680 M6:00-9:00 323 Holo-N
LE16 Issues in Health Care Privacy, Data Security and Technology Hallahan 602-11 | Books 2 S 21461 Th6:00-8:00 E110

Payment Systems Hyland 671-11 | Books 4
21824 TTh6:00-8:00 105
LE24 P Police & the People: Law, Policy & Practice Moffa 581-11 | Books 2 S 17669 M6:00-8:00 E110
E Products Liability Scales 607-11 | Books 2
21825 MW6:00-7:15 210

Professional Responsibility Shashoua 582-11 | Books 2
21760 W7:30-9:20 206

Secured Transactions Korobkin 690-11 | Books 3
17657 TTh8:10-9:25 E110
LE20 Social Welfare Law & Policy Harvey 560-11 | Books 3 WI 21817 TTh6:00-7:15 E404



PROFESSOR CRS-SEC. CR W/S INDEX DAYS & TIMES ROOM
PRE-TRIAL and TRIAL ADVOCACY Seniors have priority. Seats awarded through a lottery process. (LE=Limited enrollment. P=Prerequisite. #=Enrollment by permission of instructor. E=Exclusion. See course description for more information.)
LE18 Pre-Trial Advocacy S.11 Schneider,Hon.Joel 597-11 | Books 3 S 02276 W6:00-9:00 105
LE24 Trial Advocacy Lore 651-11 | Books 3 S 17626 W4:00-7:00 207
LE24 Trial Advocacy Lore 651-12 | Books 3 S 21799 Th6:00-9:00 207


INTENSIVE COURSES – These courses are also listed above in their respective day or evening slot. (LE=Limited enrollment. P=Prerequisite. #=Enrollment by permission of instructor. I=Intensive. See course description for more information.)


^ I P LE18 Advanced Evidence for Litigators Feb. 1, 2, 3 Feb. 8, 9, 10
Lore/Finkelstein 555-01 | Books 2 S 17319 Fri/Sat/Sun 9:00-1:00 Fri/Sat 9:00-1:00 Sun 9:00-3:00 E108


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES (Legal Studies)

Education Law Dane 200-01 | Books

21518 TTh11:10-12:30

Juvenile Law and Policy Simkins 50:525: 155:01


T2:00-4:50 CS202


I = Course is intensive and meets for part of the semester. WI = Course in which writing is intensive and mandatory. WI* = Course in which writing credits is intensive and optional. S = Course earns lawyering skills credit. S* = Course in which lawyering skills credit is optional.
DL= Distance Learning: Under current ABA guidance, all courses taught in the Holodeck are considered distance learning. This includes Holodeck courses where the professor is live, right in front of you, but is also teaching students in the other location. A student may take up to 15 credits of distance learning while in law school.
Courses taught in the Holodeck have either a room designation of 323HOLO-N (Newark-based course) or 323HOLO-C (Camden-based course).
EXCLUSIONS: Hunter Moot Court: Students who take Hunter Moot Court may not also take Persuasion in Legal Writing. Students who have had Persuasion in Legal Writing may take Hunter Moot Court, but will earn only one (1) graded credit in the fall semester (and two credits in the spring semester). Room Locations: Room numbers beginning with E are in the East building. Room E107 is the Moot Court Room. Room E107-A is the Jury Room.
^SPECIAL NOTES
Advanced Evidence (Lore) – Intensive course – will meet Friday, February 1, Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3 from 9:00-1:00; Friday, February 8, Saturday, February 9 from 9:00-1:00; and Sunday, February 10 from 9:00-3:00. Friday, February 15th will be a make-up class if needed for inclement weather.
Business Torts Lab does not meet every week, though students need to be available every week.
Children’s Justice Clinic will run for 10 weeks.
Criminal Practice – It is strongly recommended that students take Trial Advocacy before or in conjunction with this course.
Cuba Legal Field Study – will meet on the following Saturdays: January 12, 19, 26; February 2, 9, 16, 23; March 2, 9, 30; April 6, 13, 20, 2019. Students taking this course must travel to Cuba during the 2019 Spring Break.
Expungement Law Project – This is a cross-listed course and will meet an extra 10 minutes per class.
Legal & Moral Responsibility (Oberdiek/Husak) will meet in New Brunswick.
Legislative & Policy Drafting: Please see information on the course web board https://law.rutgers.edu/course/548-01-1-2019/
*1L Day Classes – The extra time built into the Thursday schedule can be used for make-up classes if necessary. ** 4 credit day courses – You can extend the short session to create built in makeups. 1L Make up Session – Monday, 9:30-10:45 Upper Level Make Up Session – Friday, 10:55-12:10 Extended Meeting Block – Monday, 12:10-2:20