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Fall 2013 Footnotes

As of 8/27/2014 4:18:34 AM

(Pre-requisites and co-requisites are included when applicable.)

1.This course, seminar, or clinic grade basis is mandatory limited grade (pass/fail) or “S” grade.

2.This course, seminar, or clinic grade basis is mandatory graded; the grade received may not be converted from a letter grade to a “P” grade.

3.This course, seminar, or clinic fulfills the professional responsibility requirement for graduation applicable to all students.

4.This section of the course, seminar, or clinic fulfills the law upper-level writing requirement (LUWR) for JD students and the research requirement for LLM students.  EXCEPTION—Fall Starters who take the upper class course/seminar as the first-year elective do not fulfill the law upper-level writing requirement (LUWR) for JD students.

5.This section of the course, seminar, or clinic does not fulfill the law upper-level writing requirement (LUWR) for JD students or the research requirement for LLM students.

6.While this clinic fulfills the Law School's professional responsibility requirement for graduation, it does not, however, fulfill the New York State Bar ethics requirement unless students also simultaneously enroll in 402 Ethics Colloquium section 002.

7.STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE FIRST CLASS MEETING OF THIS SEMINAR, PRACTICE/SIMULATION COURSE, OR CLINIC. This policy includes students who enrolled through the Law Course Bidding Interface (CBI) or during the Drop/Add period from the waitlist and those students not enrolled but who are interested in enrolling, whether or not they are on the waitlist. Students who fail to attend the first class meeting WITHOUT making prior arrangements with the professor for an excused absence will have their name removed from the class roster or forfeit their enrollment opportunity. IMPORTANT—IF A STUDENT DECIDES TO DROP A SEMINAR OR PRACTICE/SIMULATION COURSE, S/HE MUST DO SO WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER THE FIRST CLASS MEETING. This will allow another waitlisted student an expedited opportunity to enroll.

8.

This clinic, seminar, or practice/simulation course requires students to follow specific procedures or forfeit their enrollment opportunity during the active registration cycle.

If the class to which this footnote is attached is a CLINIC:

  • During active CBI Cycle ONE--Clinic Bidding--Students are required to request the clinic via the Law Course Bidding Interface (CBI) and submit in CBI all applicable supplemental material (e.g., application and resume). For clinic information or clinic waitlist questions, please contact the Clinic Coordinator, clinic-applications@umich.edu.

If the class to which this footnote is attached is a SEMINAR or PRACTICE/SIMULATION COURSE:

  • During active CBI Cycle TWO--Seminar and Practice/Simulation Course Bidding--Students are required to complete TWO steps: (1) request the seminar or practice/simulation course via the Law Course Bidding Interface (CBI) AND (2) follow the “time sensitive” special sign-up procedure listed in the term-specific online Registration Instructions. The Registration Instructions are located on the Law School Office of Student Records Web site, under "Registration"  (http://www.law.umich.edu/currentstudents/registration/registration/Pages/default.aspx).


9.This clinic, seminar, or practice/simulation course has been designated a “prof pick.”

If the class to which this footnote is attached is a CLINIC:
  • CBI Cycle ONE--Clinic Bidding--During the CBI Clinic processing, admission is by permission of the professor. The professor retrieves a list of students who requested the clinic and makes selections. If possible, the clinic coordinator assigns the selected students. NOTE--CBI limits clinic assignment to a maximum of ONE clinic.
  • Drop/Add Period--During the Wolverine Access Drop/Add period, admission to this clinic off the waitlist is by permission of the professor and not according to waitlist order. If a seat is available, the professor makes a selection from the waitlist. The clinic coordinator contacts the curriculum coordinator who creates an individual “time sensitive” permission code and e-mails the selected student so they can enroll themselves via Wolverine Access. For clinic information or clinic waitlist questions, please contact the Clinic Coordinator, clinic-applications@umich.edu.
If the class to which this footnote is attached is a SEMINAR or PRACTICE/SIMULATION COURSE:

  • CBI Cycle TWO--Seminar and Practice/Simulation Course Bidding--During the CBI Seminar and Practice/Simulation Course processing, admission is by permission of the professor. The professor retrieves a list of students who requested the class and makes selections. If possible, the curriculum coordinator assigns the selected students. NOTE--CBI limits class assignment to a maximum of ONE seminar and ONE practice/simulation course.
  • Drop/Add Period--During the Wolverine Access Drop/Add period, admission to this seminar or practice/simulation course off the waitlist is by permission of the professor and not according to waitlist order. If a seat is available, the professor makes a selection from the waitlist and contacts the curriculum coordinator who creates an individual “time sensitive” permission code and e-mails the selected student so they can enroll themselves via Wolverine Access.
    To be considered for an open seat during the Drop/Add period, place your name on the waitlist in Wolverine Access and send a statement of interest to the e-mail address indicated in the term-specific online Registration Instructions. The Registration Instructions are located on the Law School Office of Student Records Web site, under “Registration” (http://www.law.umich.edu/currentstudents/registration/registration/Pages/default.aspx). Any special instructions from the professor regarding the content of the statement of interest required for this class will be listed in the term-specific online Registration Instructions.


10.Students selected via CBI will be enrolled in both the clinic and related “seminar.” Students selected and notified during the Drop/Add period must use Wolverine Access to enroll themselves in both the clinic and related seminar.

11.Students selected via CBI will be enrolled in both the clinic and related “field course.” Students selected and notified during the Drop/Add period must use Wolverine Access to enroll themselves in both the clinic and related field course.

12.This course or seminar is limited in size.

13.Class will meet an average of two days per week.

14.Class will meet an average of three days per week.

15.Class will meet an average of four days per week.

16.Winter Term--First-year students (Fall Starters) may elect this two (2) credit course/seminar as the first-year elective.

17.Students must elect both the course and related research.

18.All students are enrolled in the upper class course exam section (001).  The student must receive permission from the professor before they can request enrollment in the “paper option” section (002).  EXCEPTION--Fall Starters who take the upper class course as their first-year elective have no choice and must take the exam!  For those students who do qualify, the paper option fulfills the law upper-level writing requirement (LUWR) for JD students and the research requirement for LLM students.  To request enrollment in the paper option section, please refer to footnote #19.

19.If you have received permission from the professor and are not a Fall Starter enrolled in a first-year elective, you may request enrollment in the paper option section (002) by sending an e-mail to LawCurriculumCoordinator@umich.edu and make “Paper Option” the subject line. This request must be made no later than--mid March for the Winter Term and mid November for the Fall term--unless an earlier deadline has been established by the professor. The e-mail should contain the following information:
  • Your FULL name (no nicknames)
  • Your STUDENT ID number (listed on your U of M ID card)
  • Professor’s FULL name (remember, we have many professors with the same last name and even the same first initial)
  • 3-digit course number
  • Course title
  • 5-digit class number of the section to drop (the section in which you are enrolled)
  • 5-digit class number of the section to add (the section displaying footnote #4)
  • Term in which you are making the section change


20.Both sections of this course meet simultaneously in the same classroom.

21.This "meet-together" course or seminar will include students from another department or school.

22.#900 RESEARCH, #980 ADVANCED CLINICAL LAW, #985 ADVANCED POVERTY LAW IN A MEDICAL LEGAL COLLABORATIVE, and #992 RESEARCH: SPECIAL PROJECTS: These courses may be elected for one (1), two (2), or three (3) credit hours.

23.Winter Term—First-year students (Summer Starters) may elect this course as their foundation (bottleneck) course.

24.#799 SENIOR JUDGE SEMINAR:  Students must be selected to be enrolled as a Senior Judge.  For information, please contact Kathi Ganz (kganz@umich.edu).

25.#794 SENIOR JUDGE SEMINAR II:  Students must complete two semesters of #799 Senior Judge Seminar to be eligible for enrollment.

26.#938 SOUTH AFRICA EXTERNSHIP and #939 SOUTH AFRICA EXTERNSHIP SEMINAR:  Consult the externship descriptions available in the rack outside Room 313, Hutchins Hall, for important information about externship procedures and requirements.  Students must be registered in both #938 South Africa Externship and #939 South Africa Externship Seminar.

27.#940 EXTERNAL STUDIES and #941 EXTERNAL STUDIES PAPER:  Consult the externship descriptions available in the rack outside Room 313, Hutchins Hall, for important information about externship procedures and requirements.  Students must be registered in both #940 External Studies and #941 External Studies Paper.

28.#945 SEMESTER STUDY ABROAD and #946 SEMESTER STUDY ABROAD PAPER: Information concerning the International Externship Program is available from the Center for International and Comparative Studies, 212 Hutchins Hall. Students must be registered in both #945 Semester Study Abroad and #946 Semester Study Abroad Paper.

29.#900 RESEARCH and #992 RESEARCH: SPECIAL PROJECTS: This is a TWO step registration process: (1) make arrangements with a professor to do an independent study AND (2) refer to the online Registration Instructions, Section III: 900 Research, for directions. The Registration Instructions are located on the Law School Office of Student Records Web site, under "Registration" (http://www.law.umich.edu/currentstudents/registration/registration/Pages/default.aspx).

30.#942 LAW PRACTICUM RESEARCH:   For more information, please make an appointment to see Assistant Dean David Baum (dbaum@umich.edu), 734-764-0516, Room 301, Hutchins Hall.

31.#942 LAW PRACTICUM RESEARCH:   Eligible JD students may enroll in this course for one (1), two (2), or three (3) credits.  Eligible LLM/SJD students must enroll for either two (2) or three (3) credits.

32.#980 ADVANCED CLINICAL LAW and #985 ADVANCED POVERTY LAW IN A MEDICAL LEGAL COLLABORATIVE:   Students are enrolled by invitation only after having expressed interest to one of the clinic faculty or administrators.

33.See the online Spring/Summer Class Schedule Footnotes, FIRST-YEAR DETAILED MEETING PATTERN GRID, found at the end of the footnote document for more information on class meeting days and times.

34.LLM students are not eligible to elect this course.

35.Winter Term--First-year students (Fall Starters) cannot elect this course or seminar as the first-year elective.

36.LLM students are not eligible to elect this clinic unless they previously earned a JD degree from an American Bar Association (ABA) approved law school in the U.S.

37.Winter Term--First-year students (Fall Starters) cannot elect this practice/simulation course, clinic, or research course.

38. Winter Term--First-year students (Summer Starters) cannot elect this clinic.

39.This seminar is offered for two (2) credits. However, the professor has the option of allowing students to write a longer seminar paper or do other additional work to receive an additional credit. Any student making such an arrangement with the professor must enroll in #800 SEMINAR SUPPLEMENT. See footnote #40 (attached to Law 800 Seminar Supplement on the class schedule). EXCEPTION—Beginning Winter 2010, when Fall Starters elect the seminar as the first-year elective NO additional credit is allowed.

40.#800 SEMINAR SUPPLEMENT: This is a TWO step registration process: (1) make arrangements with the professor to write a longer seminar paper or do other additional work to receive additional credit AND (2) refer to the online Registration Instructions, Section V: 800 Seminar Supplement, for directions. The Registration Instructions are located on the Law School Office of Student Records Web site, under "Registration" (http://www.law.umich.edu/currentstudents/registration/registration/Pages/default.aspx). Points of Clarification: (1) #800 SEMINAR SUPPLEMENT on its own does not fulfill the upper-level writing requirement (2) whether or not to permit a student to enroll for the 800 Seminar Supplement is entirely the decision of the faculty member teaching the seminar. (3) GRADING: The #800 SEMINAR SUPPLEMENT grade is not necessarily the same as the seminar grade.

41.Laptop use during class sessions is not permitted!

42. A seminar listed at three (3) credits is not eligible for the additional #800 SEMINAR SUPPLEMENT credit.

43.The time listed for this class is PM.

44.This seminar, either because it is for only one (1) credit or at the request of the professor, is not eligible for the additional #800 SEMINAR SUPPLEMENT credit.

45.#947 GENEVA EXTERNSHIP and #948 GENEVA EXTERNSHIP SEMINAR: Information concerning the Geneva Externship Program is available from the Center for International and Comparative Studies, 212 Hutchins Hall. The #948 Geneva Externship Seminar does not fulfill the law upper-level writing requirement (LUWR) for JD students. Students must be registered in both #947 Geneva Externship and #948 Geneva Externship Seminar.

46.To choose the three (3) credit section of this seminar which fulfills the upper-level writing requirement students must complete TWO steps: (1) seek the professor’s permission to switch seminar sections AND (2) request enrollment in the three credit ULWR section of the seminar by sending an e-mail to LawCurriculumCoordinator@umich.edu and make “Three Credit ULWR Section” the subject line. This request must be made no later than--mid March for the Winter Term and mid November for the Fall term--unless an earlier deadline has been established by the professor. The e-mail should contain the following information:
  • Your FULL name (no nicknames)
  • Your STUDENT ID number (listed on your U of M ID card)
  • Professor’s FULL name (remember, we have many professors with the same last name and even the same first initial)
  • 3-digit seminar number
  • Seminar title
  • 5-digit class number of the section to drop (the section in which you are enrolled)
  • 5-digit class number of the section to add (the section displaying footnote #4)
  • Term in which you are making the section change


47.This clinic is a year-long commitment so students enrolled for the fall term will automatically be enrolled for the winter term. No additional students will be added during the winter term.

48.Once enrolled in a clinic, the expectation is the student will remain in the clinic so client assignments can be made. However, a student who needs to drop the clinic must email the professor and request a drop with a brief explanation of the reason for it. A student who drops a first or second choice clinic may reduce their chances of acceptance into a clinic in future semesters!

49.Students are required to attend the first class meeting of the #990 Part-time Externship/#991 Part-time Externship Seminar.  Students who fail to attend the first class meeting without making prior arrangements with the professor for an excused absence will have their name removed from the class roster.

50.Students do not bid for the #990 Part-time Externship/#991Part-time Externship Seminar using the CBI system. Instead, a student seeking to enroll in the class must submit a resume and a short statement of interest to Professor Sankaran (aharwell@umich.edu) as early as the beginning of the CBI registration period and no later than May 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the winter semester. The statement must include:

1) Name of placement or proposed placement;
2) How the proposed placement furthers his or her academic and professional goals;
3) A description of the work the student will be doing at his or her placement;
4) If the placement is already secured, a) name, phone number, and email of supervisor or other appropriate contact, and b) work schedule; and,
5) If the placement is not yet secured, what steps the student will take to secure the placement.

Permission to enroll in this class is granted exclusively by Professor Sankaran during the weeks prior to the semester in which the externship will take place. Students must have their placements finalized no later than one week prior to the first day of the semester.

Students may not take #990 Part-time Externship/#991Part-time Externship Seminar and be enrolled in a clinic during the same semester.


51.#635 CORPORATE FINANCE and #650 CORPORATE FINANCE TUTORIAL:  Because Law 635 and Law 650 are so closely related, when both classes are offered in the same term, these two classes are treated as a single class for purposes of converting a letter grade to a "Pass."  This does not obligate any student to convert a letter grade to a P in both classes.  Rather, students may exercise conversion option for neither, one or both classes.

52.#606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW:  Students who enrolled at the Law School during Spring/Summer 2011 or later must take Law 606 during their third or fourth term.

53.#402/002 ETHICS COLLOQUIUM, #723 CORPORATE LAWYER: LAW & ETHICS, #731 LEGAL ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY, and #797 MODEL RULES AND BEYOND: Any student who matriculated as a first-year student in May 2012 or thereafter who wishes to be eligible to apply for membership to the New York bar must take either Law 402/002 (Ethics Colloquium section 002), Law 723 (Corporate Lawyer: Law & Ethics), Law 731 (Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility) or Law 797 (Model Rules and Beyond).

54.This section of the course fulfills the New York bar's ethics requirement.

55.This section of the course does not fulfill the New York bar's ethics requirement.

56.Reserved number

57.This clinic does not fulfill the Law School's professional responsibility requirement for graduation.  This clinic does not fulfill the New York State Bar ethics requirement unless students also simultaneously enroll in 402 Ethics Colloquium section 002.

58.Reserved number

58.Reserved number

59.Reserved number

59.Reserved number

60.Reserved number

61.Students who took #823 WOMEN AND WAR may not elect #823 GENDER AND CONFLICT IN INTERNATIONAL LAW or vice versa.

62.#991 PART-TIME EXTERNSHIP SEMINAR: This class will meet nine times during the semester, specific dates TBA.

63.Fall Term--#631 INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND AMERICAN LEGAL PROCESS: This course is open only to foreign graduate students (LLM).

64.Fall Term--#696 RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS IN AMERICAN LAW: This course is open only to foreign graduate students (LLM) pursuant to the Academic Regulations for the M.C.L. and LL.M. degrees. Students may elect this course for either one (1) or two (2) credits:
  • One (1) credit option -- students will meet for seven consecutive weeks beginning the first week of the term.
  • Two (2) credit option -- students will meet for the entire term beginning the first week of the term.


65.#608 ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH:  #590 Legal Practice I and #591 Legal Practice II are pre-requisites.

66.#608 ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH:  Professor Leary allows students to earn three (3) credits for the practice/simulation course--two (2) credits for the class and one (1) credit for #900 Research--by making arrangements with her to write a longer research paper AND requesting #900 Research via the online Registration Instructions, Section III, for directions.

67.Students who have taken #645 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE SURVEY may not elect either #641 CRIMINAL JUSTICE: ADMINISTRATION OF POLICE PRACTICES or #641 CRIMINAL JUSTICE: INVESTIGATION & POLICE PRACTICES or #643 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE: BAIL TO POST CONVICTION REVIEW or vice versa.

68.Students who have taken #692 INTERNATIONAL LAW, #692 INTERNATIONAL LAW: U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS LAW, and #744 INTERNATIONAL LAW: INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS, all of which are no longer being offered, may not elect #606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW. #606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW is the foundational course in the international and comparative law curriculum. Students who elect #606 TRANSNATIONAL LAW may also elect any other international and comparative law course.

69.Students who took #818 HATRED AND SELF-HATRED may not elect #818 FAKING IT or vice versa.

70.#545 LAWYERS AND CLIENTS, #718 LEGAL PROFESSION AND LEGAL ETHICS, #769 LITIGATION ETHICS, and #731 LEGAL ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY are mutually exclusive elections.  These four classes are mutually exclusive.  In other words, students who have taken one of these courses may not take the others.

71.Students who took #642 JEWISH LAW may not elect #642 TALMUDIC LAW or vice versa.

72.Students who have taken #623 COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS may not elect #652 SECURED TRANSACTIONS.

73.Students who took #738 REMEDIES may not elect #738 INJUNCTIONS AND EQUITABLE REMEDIES or vice versa.

74.#936 INTERNATIONAL TAXPAYER CLINIC and #937 INTERNATIONAL TAXPAYER CLINIC FIELD: #747 Taxation of Individual Income is a pre-requisite.

75.Students who took #664 EUROPEAN LEGAL ORDER may not elect #664 EUROPEAN UNION LAW or vice versa.

76.#964 CIVIL MEDIATION CLINIC and #965 CIVIL MEDIATION CLINIC SEMINAR: Students enrolled in this clinic are required to attend the Institute of Continuing Legal Education's (ICLE) Mediation Training on October 3, 4, 5, 18, and 19.

77.Students who took #517 ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW may not elect #446 ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAW or vice versa.

78.Students who took #679 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW may not elect #679 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY or vice versa.

79.Students who took #869 LAW AND THE ELDERLY may not elect #869 LEGAL CHALLENGES FOR AN AGING POPULATION: LAW, POLICY, AND ETHICS or vice versa.

80.Students who took #684 HEALTH LAW may not elect #684 HEALTH LAW AND POLICY or vice versa.

81.Students who took #409 FEDERAL INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION may not elect #429 FEDERAL INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION PRACTICUM or vice versa.

82.Students who took #404 SUPREME COURT THEORY AND PRACTICE may not elect #430 FUNDAMENTALS OF APPELLATE PRACTICE or vice versa.

83.#966 TRANSACTIONAL LAB: Students are strongly recommended to have taken either Law 595 Transactional Contracts or Law 433 Transactional Drafting.

84.Students who took #435 LEGAL CAREERS IN AN EVOLVING WORLD or #629 LAW FIRMS AND LEGAL CAREERS with Professor Hirshon may not elect #435 LAW FIRM CAREERS IN AN EVOLVING PROFESSION or vice versa.

85.Students who took #605 ADVANCED TRANSNATIONAL LAW or #899 THE LAW OF WAR with Professor Ratner or #622 INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW with Professor Kritsiotis may not elect #857 INTERNATIONAL LAW AND TERRORISM or vice versa.

86.Students who took #519 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATONS may not elect #519 UN AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS or vice versa.

87.Students who took #506 CREATIVITY AND THE LAW may not elect #506 COGNITIVE SCIENCE AND LEGAL REASONING or vice versa.

88.Students who took #601 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW or #715 STATUTORY INTERPRETATION AND THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS may not elect #569 LEGISLATION AND REGULATION or vice versa.

89.#693 JURISDICTION AND CHOICE OF LAW AND #537 PERSONAL AND SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION: These two classes are mutually exclusive. In other words, students who have taken one of these courses may not take the other.

90.Students who took #780 PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW may not elect #780 HUMAN RIGHTS: THEMES AND VARIATIONS or vice versa.

91.#967 MEDIATION CLINIC II: Students will not find this clinic on the CBI clinic list because enrollment is by invitation only during thr drop/add period.

92.Students who took #707 MASS MEDIA LAW may not elect #474 PROBLEMS IN MEDIA LAW or vice versa.

93.Students who have taken #846 NONPROFIT LAW & POLICY seminar may not take #589 NONPROFIT LAW & POLICY upper class course or vice versa.

94.Students who have taken #644 INTRODUCTION TO INCOME TAX OF BUSINESS may not elect #747 TAXATION OF INDIVIDUAL INCOME unless they get permission from the professor to do so.

95.Students who have taken #673 FAMILY LAW with either Professors Steve Sanders or Mae Kuykendall may not elect #673 FAMILY LAW with Professor Joseph Aviv or vice versa.

96.Reserved number

97.Reserved number

98.Reserved number

99.Reserved number

100.#906 INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS CLINIC: For the first six weeks of the term, this clinic will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays; thereafter, it will meet only on Tuesdays for the remainder of the term.

101.#751 ACCOUNTING FOR LAWYERS:  Students who have previously taken any class in financial accounting are presumptively ineligible to take this class.  If you have had a financial accounting class in the past, you may speak to the instructor, who may permit you to enroll for this class if the only class you took was introductory and if you took it a significant amount of time ago.

102.#750 CHAPTER 11 REORGANIZATION: This class will meet on seven Mondays TBA. The first class will meet on Monday, September 9th.

103.#780 HUMAN RIGHTS: THEMES AND VARIATIONS: This class will meet from October 2 through December 5.

104.#749 CORPORATE TAXATION:  Either #747 Taxation of Individual Income or #644 Introduction to Income Tax of Business is a pre-requisite.  Students who have not met the pre-requisite may enroll with permission of the instructor.

105.#637 BANKRUPTCY: Students who have not taken #623 Commercial Transactions or #652 Secured Transactions (either previously or concurrently) should contact Judge Rhodes (rhodessw@umich.edu) before enrolling.

106.#681 FIRST AMENDMENT:  #540 Intro to Constitutional Law is a pre-requisite.

107.#567 INVESTMENT BANKING: This course will meet from September 3 through September 19.

108.#683 FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, #730 ADVANCED APPELLATE ADVOCACY, and #420 LITIG&ADVOC: K-12 EDUC: The upper class course and practice/simulation courses will meet beginning on TBA and approximately every other week thereafter for the remainder of the term.

109.#972 FEDERAL APPELLATE LITIGATION CLINIC: Students must have completed three semesters of legal study prior to this course.

110.#724 INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE LAW:  #606 Transnational Law is a pre-requisite or co-requisite.  Alternatively, students may write a paragraph (e-mailed to Professor Hathaway at jch@umich.edu ) explaining their interest and background, which they believe qualifies them to enroll in the course.

111.#724 INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE LAW: This class will meet the first six weeks of the term from September 4 through October 11.

112.#780 HUMAN RIGHTS: THEMES AND VARIATIONS: #606 Transnational Law (or an equivalent introduction to international law) will be very helpful, but is not required.

113.#776 REAL ESTATE FINANCE LAW: #560 Property is a pre-requisite.

114.#645 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE SURVEY: #530 Criminal Law is a pre-requisite.

115.#743 SECURITIES REGULATION: #657 Enterprise Organization, #723 The Public Corporation or #723 Corporate Lawyer: Law & Ethics is a pre-requisite.

116.Students who took #657 ENTERPRISE ORGANIZATION or #723 THE PUBLIC CORPORATION may not take #723 CORPORATE LAWYER: LAW & ETHICS or vice versa.

117.#723 CORPORATE LAWYER: LAW & ETHICS: Professor Pritchard’s section has an ethics component and fulfills the professional responsibility requirement for graduation.

118.#407 CERCLA LITIGATION AND PRACTICE: This class will meet only eight times throughout the term on the following dates: 9/5, 9/12, 9/19, 10/3, 10/17, 11/7, 11/21, and 12/5.

119.#406 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: #560 Property is a pre-requisite. Additionally, previous course work in one or more of the following subjects would be helpful but is not required:  real estate finance, individual or business income taxation, bankruptcy, and environmental law.

120.#662 ELEMENTS OF ADVOCACY: This practice/simulation course will meet August 26, 27, 29, and 30. Due to the condensed nature of this course, and in order to expedite waitlist movement in time for waitlisted students who are offered a seat to participate, the deadline for enrolled students to Drop is Wednesday, August 21, at 5:00 PM.

121.#544 NARRATIVE SKILLS AND THE LAW: This class will meet for only nine weeks during the semester, beginning on September 3 and ending on November 5.

122.#600 TRANSNATIONAL LAW COLLOQUIUM: This class is open only to students who are enrolled concurrently in Professor Reimann's section of Law 606 Transnational Law.  Students wishing to add this class should attend each of the first two sessions on Friday, September 6 and Friday, September 13.  Attendance at the September 13 session is mandatory.  Based on attendance at the September 13 class session, students will be added to the class by the Office of Student Records.  Students may not register for this class during the CBI registration period.

123.#644 INTRODUCTION TO INCOME TAX OF BUSINESS:  Tax LLM students are not eligible to take this class.

124.#548 BUSINESS ECONOMICS FOR LAWYERS:  This class will meet from October 22 through December 5.

125.#804 ADVANCED CORPORATE LAW: #657 Enterprise Organization, #723 The Public Corporation or #723 Corporate Lawyer: Law & Ethics is a pre-requisite and #743 Securities Regulation is recommended.

126.#410 ENERGY LAW AND CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY: This course will meet on the following eight Fridays: September 6, 20; October 4, 18, November 1, 8, 22; and December 6.

127.#818 FAKING IT:  Attendance Policy—Students will be allowed only one cut.  A second cut will result in a one grade level reduction, as from A to A-, etc.  A third cut and the student will not receive credit for the seminar.

128.#549 MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR LAWYERS:  This class will meet from September 3 through October 17.

129.#411 ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSINESS PRACTICUM:  Either #747 Taxation of Individual Income or #747 Tax I or #644 Introduction to Income Tax of Business is a pre-requisite or co-requisite.  This requirement may be waived by the professor.

130.#428 EVIDENCE PRACTICUM:  #669 Evidence is a pre-requisite.

131.#753 TRIAL PRACTICE:  #669 Evidence is a pre-requisite or must be taken concurrently.  This requirement may be waived at the professor's discretion.  Students seeking a waiver should contact Professor Connors directly at connorst@ewashtenaw.org.

132.#753 TRIAL PRACTICE: This practice/simulation course will take place in Courtroom 10 on the second floor of the Washtenaw County Courthouse, 101 E. Huron Street, Ann Arbor. The Courthouse is located at the corner of main and Huron Street in downtown Ann Arbor. Inquiries can be made directly to Judge Connors (connorst@ewashtenaw.org). In addition he can be reached on his office phone at (734) 222-3361. In case of emergency, he can be reached on his cell phone at (734) 660-6502.

133.#712 NEGOTIATION: This practice simulation class may meet additionally on a small number of Friday afternoons, specific dates and times TBA by the professors.

134.#809 ANATOMY OF A DEAL: #657 Enterprise Organization, #723 The Public Corporation or #723 Corporate Lawyer: Law & Ethics is a pre-requisite. Beginning in the 2007-2008 academic year, students will also be required to have taken at least one of the following as a pre-requisite: #644 Introduction to Income Taxation of Business; #749 Corporate Taxation; #751 Accounting for Lawyers or an equivalent accounting course at the Ross School of Business (#471 or #501); or #743 Securities Regulation. Students who have not met these requirements may seek permission to enroll from the professor, who may waive any or all of these requirements at his discretion. It is understood that most LLM students will not have been able to meet these requirements. We recommend that LLMs consult with the professor before enrolling in this course. Professor Adelman can be reached by e-mail at badelman@fklaw.com, by phone at 212-833-1107 or by fax at 212-833-1250.

135.#462 COMPARATIVE ASYLUM LAW: #724 International Refugee Law is a pre-requisite or co-requisite. The pre-requisite or co-requisite may be waived by permission of Professor Hathaway (jch@umich.edu) for students with proof of a relevant substantive background deemed equivalent to having taken the International Refugee Law course. LLM students are not required to take #724 International Refugee Law as a pre-requisite or co-requisite.

136.#462 COMPARATIVE ASYLUM LAW:  This class will meet from Thursday, September 5 through Thursday, October 10.

137.#477 INVESTOR PROTECTION: #657 Enterprise Organization, #723 The Public Corporation or #723 Corporate Lawyer: Law & Ethics is a pre-requisite for JD students and a co-requisite for LLM students.

138.#477  INVESTOR PROTECTION:  #743 Securities Regulation is a recommended pre-requisite or co-requisite for all students but is not mandatory.

139.#489 IP STRATEGY: This practice/simulation course will meet from September 3 through October 24.

140.#728 BANKRUPTCY PRACTICUM: #637 Bankruptcy is a pre-requisite or co-requisite.

141.#728 BANKRUPTCY PRACTICUM: This practice/simulation course will meet only on the following dates: October 21, 22 & 23 and November 4, 5, 6 & 11.

142.

#402 ETHICS COLLOQUIUM: Only students who are currently enrolled for a clinic are eligible to take this class.  Note that students taking certain clinics are not eligible.



143.#402 ETHICS COLLOQUIUM: Section 001 of this practice/simulation is offered for one (1) credit. However, after the term begins and with Professor Niehoff’s permission students may request an enrollment change to section 002 which is offered for two (2) credits. To request a section change, please send an e-mail to LawCurriculumCoordinator@umich.edu and make “Ethics Colloquium Section 002” the subject line. This request must be made no later than--mid March for the Winter Term and mid November for the Fall term--unless an earlier deadline has been established by the professor.The e-mail should contain the following information:
  • Your FULL name (no nicknames)
  • Your STUDENT ID number (listed on your U of M ID card)
  • Professor’s FULL name
  • 3-digit course number
  • Course title
  • 5-digit class number of section 001 to drop (the section in which you are enrolled)
  • 5-digit class number of section 002 to add
  • Term in which you are making the section change


144.#723 CORPORATE LAWYER: LAW & ETHICS: This course has replaced #723 The Public Corporation in the curriculum.

145.#612 ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: The Statement of Interest submission deadline is earlier than the deadline to bid for the class in CBI. Students must submit a Statement of Interest to Professor Kantor (adavidk@umich.edu) by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, April 10. The Statement of Interest should not exceed 250 words and should specifically describe previous experiences or future career plans that make this course essential. Students must also place a bid for the class in CBI during Cycle Two, April 8 at 8:00 AM through April 12 at 5:00 PM.

146.#430 FUND OF APPELLATE PRACTICE: The Statement of Interest submission deadline is earlier than the deadline to bid for the class in CBI. Students must submit a Statement of Interest to marcia_carter@ca6.uscourts.gov by 4:00 PM on Thursday, April 11. The Statement of Interest should be limited to one page, single spaced. Students must also place a bid for the class in CBI during Cycle Two, April 8 at 8:00 AM through April 12 at 5:00 PM.

147.#454 FINANCIAL REFORM: Students are strongly encouraged, but not required, to take #709 Financial Regulation concurrently, or to have taken #709 Financial Regulation in a prior semester.

148.#429 FEDERAL PROSECUTION AND DEFENSE: There are no pre-requisites for this course, but #669 Evidence is recommended.

149.#603 EUROPEAN UNION COLLOQUIUM: This course is open to all students who are currently enrolled in #664 European Union Law or who have previously taken an equivalent course on the European Union. Others may enroll with the instructor's permission.

150.#603 EUROPEAN UNION COLLOQUIUM: With the instructor's permission, students may choose among various options for how to fulfill the requirements of the EU Colloquium (e.g. research paper or reaction papers) and the number of credits earned. Students concurrently enrolled in #664 European Union Law may write a research paper in fulfillment of both #664 and the requirements of the EU Colloquium. Such a research paper would fulfill the upper-level writing requirement. For alternative requirements and credit options, please contact the instructor.

151.#603 EUROPEAN UNION COLLOQUIUM: This class will meet for nine sessions beginning in the fourth week of the semester.

152.#693 JURISDICTION: All students will initially be enrolled in Section 001.
  • Section 001 of this class is a three (3) credit option -- This section will last all term and will cover both jurisdiction and choice of law, and probably also recognition and enforcement of judgments.
  • Section 002 of this class is a two (2) credit option -- This section will meet for the first two-thirds of the term and will cover jurisdiction, the Erie doctrine, and a small amount of horizontal choice of law.

Students wishing to enroll in Section 002 must do so by Friday, October 18. To request a section change, please send an e-mail to LawCurriculumCoordinator@umich.edu and make “Jurisdiction Section 002” the subject line. The e-mail should contain the following information:

  • Your FULL name (no nicknames)
  • Your STUDENT ID number (listed on your U of M ID card)
  • Professor’s FULL name (remember, we have many professors with the same last name and even the same first initial)
  • 3-digit course number
  • Course title
  • 5-digit class number of section 001 to drop (the section in which you are enrolled)
  • 5-digit class number of section 002 to add
  • Term in which you are making the section change


153.#634 WATER WARS/GREAT LAKES: The first meeting of this class will take place on Friday, September 6 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. The class will not meet on Monday, September 9.

154.#785 INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW: This class meets Tuesdays 2:35-3:50 and Wednesdays 2:55-4:10 in room 1050 South Hall, and Thursdays 2:35-3:50 in room 1020 South Hall.

155.#410 ENERGY LAW AND CLIMATE CHANGE: To be considered for an open seat in this "prof pick" seminar during the Drop/Add period, place your name on the waitlist in Wolverine Access and send a statement of interest to Professor Learner's assistant, Linda Wielfaert (emeryli@umich.edu).

156.#747 TAXATION OF INDIVIDUAL INCOME: The meeting pattern for this class is Tuesday, 2:35-3:50 in 100 Hutchins Hall; Wednesday, 2:55-4:10 in 100 Hutchins Hall; and Thursday, 2:35-3:50 in 0225 South Hall.

157.#535 FINANCE FOR LAWYERS: Effective Thursday, November 21, this class will no longer meet in 220 Hutchins Hall and will meet in 1225 South Hall for the remainder of the term.

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