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School 23-Newark; School 24-Camden




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




CONSTITUTIONAL LAW §1 Eyer 506-01 | Books 4
18853 MWTh9:30-10:45 207 24

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW §2 Hawkins 506-02 | Books 4
18854 MWTh9:30-10:45 204 24

CRIMINAL LAW §1 Friedell 516-01 | Books 4
18859 MTTh2:30-3:45 207 24

CRIMINAL LAW §2 Johnson 516-02 | Books 4
18998 MTTh2:30-3:45 204 24

LAWR II §1 Jenoff 550-01 | Books 2.5
18866 TTh10:55-12:10 204 24

LAWR II §2 Simkins 550-02 | Books 2.5
19012 T9:30-10:45; Th1:05-2:20 E112 24

LAWR II §3 Ricks 550-03 | Books 2.5
19013 T10:55-12:10; Th1:05-2:20 E108 24

LAWR II §4 Simkins 550-04 | Books 2.5
19014 T1:05-2:20; Th10:55-12:10 E112 24

LAWR II §5 Carpenter 550-05 | Books 2.5
19015 TTh10:55-12:10 105 24

LAWR II §6 Ricks 550-06 | Books 2.5
19016 T1:05-2:20; Th10:55-12:10 E108 24

LAWR II §7 Wade 550-07 | Books 2.5
19018 TTh10:55-12:10 E110 24

PROPERTY §1 Carrier 536-01 | Books 4
18863 MWF10:55-12:10 207 24

PROPERTY §2 Oberdiek 536-02 | Books 4
19003 MWF10:55-12:10 204 24

Academic Success Program Nissen 115-01


W2:30-3:45
E108
24



FIRST-YEAR ELECTIVE COURSE PROFESSOR CRS SEC. CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM SCHOOL EXAM DATE

Law & Inequality (See Notes) Freedman 568-01 | Books P1
00241 Sat. 9:00-12:15; Sat. 2:00-5:15 E110 24

Law & Inequality (See Notes) Patterson 568-02 | Books P1
19031 Sat. 9:00-12:15; Sat. 2:00-5:15; Sun. 9:00-12:15; Sun. 2:00-5:15 E112 24

Law & Inequality (See Notes) Solomon 568-03 | Books P1
19030 F1:30-4:30 E108 24



CLINICS, EXTERNSHIPS, MOOT COURT, JOURNALS AND COURSES REQUIRING PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR
PROFESSOR CRS-SEC CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM
SCHOOL
EXAM DATE
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 & Writing Fellows Gotthelf 779-01 | Books 2 WI
18909
B/A
24
# P LE Advanced Child & Family Advocacy Clinic Schalick 750-01 | Books BA S 18900 B/A
24
# P LE Advanced Civil Practice Clinic Overton 766-01 | Books BA S 19001 B/A
24
# P LE Advanced Clinic 2
791-01 | Books BA
18916 B/A
24
# P LE Advanced Clinic 3
532-01 | Books BA
18861 BA
24
# P LE Advanced Domestic Violence Clinic
737-01 | Books BA

BA
24
# P LE Advanced Housing Advocacy Clinic Mallgrave 599-01 | Books BA
19029 BA
24
# P LE Advanced Immigrant Justice Clinic Gottesman 781-01 | Books BA S/WI* 18910 B/A
24
# LE Advanced Trial Advocacy Competition Team Davies 764-11 | Books 3 S 18905 M5:00-8:00 E107 24
# Appellate Advocacy: Hunter Moot Court Fellows Szymanski 741-01 | Books P1.5 WI* 18899

24
# P LE E Appellate Advocacy: Hunter Moot Court II Szymanski 703-11 | Books 2 S 18893 Th6:00-8:00 103 24
# E Appellate Advocacy: Jessup International Moot Court Kemeny 769-11 | Books P1
00266 Th6:10-8:00 E404 24
LE8 P E Civil Practice Clinic - Veterans Advocacy Project Overton 722-11 | Books 4 S 19004 T6:00-8:00; Th6:00-7:00 210 24

Computer & Technology Journal Kettle/Carrier







# Directed Practicum Faculty 710-01 | Books BA
18896 B/A
24
# Directed Research Faculty 707-01 | Books 1
18894 B/A
24
# Directed Research Faculty 708-01 | Books 2
18895 B/A
24

Eagleton Fellowships Gotthelf 731-01 | Books P3
18898 B/A
24
DE P LE8 Entrepreneurship Clinic Pellicori 717-90 | Books 4 S 19006 T5:00-8:00 323 Holo-C 24
LE8 Expungement Law Project Schalick 693-01 | Books 4 S 18892 T1:05-2:20; Th12:30-1:45 210 24
# LE Hispanic National Bar Assoc. Moot Court Team Amira/Lamilla 551-01 | Books P1
18867 BA
24
LE8 # P Housing Advocacy Clinic Mallgrave/Schreiber 792-01 | Books 6 S 18917 T3:55-5:50; Th3:55-5:15 210 24
LE8 # P Immigrant Justice Clinic Gottesman 611-01 | Books 6 S/WI* 18879 TTh2:30-3:45 E404 24

Journal of Law and Public Policy Harvey 783-01 | Books P1 WI* 18911 B/A
24

Journal of Law and Religion Dane 774-01 | Books P1 WI* 18907 B/A
24
# P LE Judicial Externship I Gotthelf 790-01 | Books P2/ P3 S 18915 BA
24
# P LE Judicial Externship II Gotthelf 797-01 | Books P2/ P3 S 18919 B/A
24

Law Review Shapiro 760-01 | Books P1
18904 B/A
24
# LAWR Teaching Fellows LAWR Faculty 751-01 | Books P1.5
18901 B/A
24
LE14 # Marshall Brennan Friedman/Ho 784-01 | Books P3
18912 Th3:55-5:50 E404 24
# P LE Practice Externship I Simkins 795-01 | Books P2/ P3 S 18918 BA
24
# P LE Practice Externship II Simkins 759-01 | Books P2/P3 S 18903 B/A
24

Women’s Rights Law Reporter Kline/Goldfarb


01979 BA




UPPER CLASS – DAY COURSES Jan. 11 – April 26

PROFESSOR
CRS- SEC. CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM SCHOOL EXAM DATE
LE24 ^See Notes Advanced Legal Research: Administrative Law Schneider 522-01 | Books 1 S 18999 M3:55-5:50 E108 24
LE20 See Note Advanced Legal Writing Gotthelf 523-01 | Books 3 S/WI* 19000 TTh2:30-3:45 E110 24
LE20 Advanced Torts Scales 570-01 | Books 3 WI 18871 TTh2:30-3:45 105 24

Alternative Dispute Resolution Buza 591-01 | Books 2
18875 T1:05-2:20 105 24
LE20 Ambiguity, Perception and Performance: Contemporary Challenges to Discrimination Protections Johnson 515-01 | Books 3 WI 18996 W3:55-5:50 E108 24
DE Antitrust Rossner
3
01994 MW9:30-10:45 RS 23
DE LE24 Antitrust Practicum Rossner

S 09185 F9:30-12:10 RS 23

Business Organizations Laby 672-01 | Books 4
19021 MWTh9:30-10:45 E108 24
LE24 Civil Rights Litigation-Current Issues Ricks 526-01 | Books 3 S/WI* 18860 MW3:55-5:10 105 24
LE25 Crime and Punishment Kaplan 716-01 | Books 3 WI 18897 MW10:55-12:10 E108 24
LE20 Criminal Procedure: Adjudication Levinson 656-01 | Books 3
00253 TTh9:30-10:45 105 24
LE45 Criminal Procedure: Investigations Ostrer 655-01 | Books 3
18886 TTh1:05-2:20 E110 24
DE LE75 Criminal Procedure: Investigations Thomas
4
02005 MWF8:00-9:15 RS 23
DE LE50 Debtor & Creditor Ondersma
4
01976 MTW2:30-3:45 RS 23
DE Disability Law Eyer 595-90 | Books 3
18876 MW2:30-3:45 323 Holo-C 24

Elder Law Hinkle 606-01 | Books 3
18878 M1:05-3:45 E108 24

Employment Discrimination Zhang 605-01 | Books 3
18877 MW10:55-12:10 E112 24

Evidence Shapiro 691-01 | Books 4
00256 TTh12:25-2:20 204 24
LE12 Family Law Motion Practice Mendez/Johnson 603-01 | Books 2 S 19028 T3:55-5:50 E110 24

First Amendment Maltz 535-01 | Books 2
18862 W3:55-5:50 E112 24
LE20 Global Trade Patterson 547-01 | Books 3 WI 18865 W3:55-5:50 E110 24
DE LE14 Higher Education and the Law Lee 785-90 | Books 3 WI 18913 M3:55-5:15 RSA 24

Insurance Law Swedloff 660-01 | Books 3
18887 MW9:30-10:45 E112 24

Intro. To International Law Afilalo 621-01 | Books 3
18880 TTh10:55-12:10 207 24
LE20 Law Justice and Society King 534-01 | Books 2 WI 19002 Th3:55-5:50 E110 24

Maritime Law Friedell 677-01 | Books 3 WI* 19017 TTh9:30-10:45 E110 24
DE LE24 Mastering Trial Advocacy II Rossner
2 S 02004 M3:55-5:50 RS 23

Mergers and Acquisitions Afilalo 508-01 | Books 3
18857 TTh1:05-2:20 207 24

Payment Systems Hyland 671-01 | Books 4
18889 TTh3:55-5:50 105 24
LE12 Persuasion in Legal Writing Robbins 513-01 | Books 3 WI 18858 WF10:55-12:10 E110 24
LE20 Populism and the Law Patterson 571-01 | Books 2 WI 18872 MW2:30-3:45 E110 24

Poverty Law Wade 642-01 | Books 3
18884 Th3:55-5:50 E108 24
DE Professional Responsibility Finkelstein 582-90 | Books 2
18873
A 24

Remedies Swedloff 561-01 | Books 3
18869 MW2:30-3:45 E112 24
DE LE20 Rethinking Criminal Law: Non-Punitive Approaches to Accountability and Repair Freedman 754-90 | Books 3 WI 18902 M3:55-5:50 RSA 24
DE Secured Transactions Korobkin 690-90 | Books 3
19010 TTh2:30-3:45 RS 24
DE # LE15 South African Constitutional Law Mutcherson/Hawkins 634-90 | Books 2 WI 18883 M3:55-5:50 323 Holo-C 24

South African Constitutional Law - Trip Mutcherson/Hawkins 632-01 | Books P1
18882

24
LE20 Statutory Interpretation and Legislation Livingston 623-01 | Books 3 WI 18881 MW10:55-12:10 105 24
DE Trademark Law McNichol 675-90 | Books 3
18890 TTh10:55-12:10 323 Holo-C 24
LE10 US Legal Thought Shapiro 636-01 | Books 3 WI 19025 T3:55-5:50 E404 24
DE LE20 Van Dwelling and the Law Safrin
2 WI 02058 Th3:55-5:50 RS 23
LE16 ^See Notes Wellness for Lawyers Buza 645-01 | Books P2
19024 T10:00-12:30 E404 24

EXTENDED MEETING BLOCK




W12:10-2:20



1L Make up Session




F9:30-10:45



2-3L Make Up Session




WF1:05-2:20




SATURDAY COURSE PROFESSOR CR-SEC CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM SCHOOL EXAM DATE
Cuban Legal Field Study Auffant
2
02010 Saturday 10 – 12 noon RS
23




FIRST-YEAR EVENING COURSES PROFESSOR CRS SEC. CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM SCHOOL EXAM DATE

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Maltz 506-11 | Books 4
18995
M7:05-9:40 (IP); Th7:10-8:10 (RS)
207 (Monday) 24

LAWR II §11 Shashoua 550-11 | Books 2.5
19020 MT6:00-6:55 E112 24

LAWR II §12 Campanella 550-12 | Books 2.5
19022 MT6:00-6:55 E110 24

PROPERTY §11 Kahan 536-11 | Books 4
19007 T7:05-9:40 (IP); Th6:00-7:00 (RS) 207 (Thursday 24


THIRD-SEMESTER EVENING COURSES











UPPER CLASS - EVENING COURSES PROFESSOR CRS-SEC CR W/S INDEX DAYS AND TIMES ROOM
SCHOOL
EXAM DATE
DE Advanced Brief Writing Buono
2
19198 W6:00-8:00 RS 23
LE24 Appellate Advocacy Finkelstein 560-11 | Books 2 WI 19032 T6:00-8:00 E108 24
DE LE20 Asian Americans & the Law Kwok
2 WI 19197 Th8:10-9:40 RS 23
DE Bankruptcy Korobkin 689-90 | Books 3

18891
TTh6:00-7:15 RS 24
DE LE24 Business Immigration Pollack
2 S 02019 W8:10-9:40 RS 23
DE Common Law Capstone Weisbord/Iannone
4
01958 MW6:00-8:00 RS 23

Criminal Procedure: Investigations Shashoua 655-11 | Books 3

19023
M8:10-10:00 (IP); W7:10-8:00 (RS) E112 (IP)
24
DE LE24 Crimmigration DeCosmo
2 S
19050
M6:00-8:00 323 Holo-N 23

Critical Legal Analysis Nissen 509-11 | Books 3

T6:00-8:00 (IP) E404 (Hybrid) 24
LE24 Deposition Advocacy Abay 674-11 | Books 2 S 19019 Th8:10-10:00 E110 24

Evidence Johnson 556-11 | Books 3
18868 M6:00-8:00 (IP); W6:00-6:50 (RS) E108 (IP) 24
LE24 Evidence II Amin 538-11 | Books 2 S 19008 T8:10-10:00 E110 24
LE20 Fighting Foreign Bribery: Anticorruption Enforcement & Compliance Drew/Schweiker 587-11 | Books 2 WI
18874
Th6:00-7:50 E108 24
DE Health Law: Regulation & Finance Frankford 721-90 | Books 4

19005
TTh6:00-8:00 RS 24
DE Immigration Law Harbeck
3
01989 TTh8:10-9:40 323 Holo-N 23
DE See Notes International Bankruptcy Kaplan, Hon.
2
19132 T6:40-8:20 RS 23
DE Media Law Rosen
2
01991 Th6:00-8:00 RS 23

Negotiation Oxman 544-11 | Books 2 S 18864 M8:10-10:00 E108 24

Pennsylvania Practice Fidanza 773-11 | Books 2
18906 T6:00-8:00 106 24
LE24 Privacy Essentials for Corporate Counsel Bond 787-11 | Books 2 S
18914
M8:10-10:00 105 24
DE LE50 Professional Responsibility Finkelstein 582-90 | Books 2

18873

A 24
^See Notes Real Estate Transactions Slover 668-11 | Books 3

18888
M6:00-8:00 (IP); W6:00-6:50 (RS) 204 (IP) 24

Restitution Hyland 566-11 | Books 3

18870
TTh6:00-7:30 105 24

Securities Regulation Tierney 617-11 | Books 2

Th8:10-10:00 RS 24

Trial Advocacy Lore 651-11 | Books 3 S
18885
T5:00-8:00 E107 24
LE24 White Collar Crime Moran 776-11 | Books 2 S 18908 M8:10-10:00 E110 24


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.)
LE24 ^See Notes Advanced Legal Research: Administrative Law Schneider 522-01 | Books 1 S
M3:55-5:50 E108 24
LE16 ^See Notes Wellness for Lawyers Buza 645-01 | Books P2

T10:00-12:30 E404 24


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES (Legal Studies)










KEY: # = Enrollment by permission of instructor A = Class taught remotely and asynchronously, which means not scheduled on a particular day DE = Distance education refers to a course in which students are separated from the faculty member or each other for more than one-third of the instruction and the instruction involves the use of technology to support regular and substantive interaction among students and between the students and the faculty member, either synchronously or asynchronously. E = Exclusion from a course. See course description for more information. Hybrid = Combination of class and remote learning I = Course is intensive and meets for part of the semester. See below. IP = In person LE = Limited enrollment P = Prerequisite RS = Remote synchronous or classes taught during the time that they appear on the schedule
RSA = Class taught remotely synchronously and asynchronously; please contact professor
S = Course earns lawyering skills credit. S* = Course in which lawyering skills credit is optional. W = Course earns lawyering writing credit. WI = Course in which writing credits are mandatory & intensive. WI* = Course with optional intensive writing credit.
^Special Notes Advanced Legal Research: Administrative Law will be held for 7 weeks with classes on Jan. 9th, Jan. 23rd, Jan. 30th, Feb. 6th, Feb. 13th, Feb. 20th and Feb. 27th. Advanced Legal Writing – students can take it for either Writing Intensive or Skills credit. International Bankruptcy (Hon. Kaplan) – January 17-April 11th.
Law and Inequality (Freedman) – class will be on Saturday, January 28th and Saturday, February 25th, 9:00-12:15 and 2:00-5:15. Law and Inequality (Patterson) – class will be on Saturday, March 4th and Sunday, March 5th, 9:00-12:15 and 2:00-5:15. Law and Inequality (Solomon) – class will be on Friday, March 3rd; March 24th; April 14th and April 21st; 1:30-4:30.
Wellness for Lawyers will be held for 7 weeks with an asynchronous component. This class offers 2 non-course credits. Real Estate Transactions (Slover) – Mondays 6:00-8:00 pm in person; Wednesdays 6:00-7:00 pm via Zoom.
1-L Make up session: Friday, 9:30-10:45 2-3L Make up session: Wednesday and Friday, 1:05-2:20 Extended Meeting Block: Wednesday, 12:10-2:20 Room Locations: Camden Room numbers beginning with E are in the East building. Room E107 is the Moot Court Room. E107A is the Jury Room