Req: Yeazell, Civil Procedure, 8th ed., Aspen, #9781454807100Req: Yeazell, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Statutory Supplement, 2013 ed., Aspen #9781454828334
Please read and be prepared to discuss pages 1-12.
Req: Yeazell, Civil Procedure, 8th ed., Aspen #9781454807100Req: Yeazell, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Statutory Supplement, 2013, Aspen ISBN#9781454828334
Introduction to Civil Procedure -- All page references are to the Yeazell textbook - Stephen C. Yeazell, Civil Procedure, 8th ed.Why Litigate? - pages 279-88Preview of "Jurisdiction" "Personal" and "Subject Matter" - pages 1-12The U.S. Constitution & Procedure - pages 59-64
Req: Yeazell, Civil Procedure, 8th ed., Aspen, ISBN#9781454807100Req: Yeazell, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Statutory Supplement, 2013 ed., Aspen, ISBN#9781454828334
First week assignment:
Monday: pp. 1-12, 60-63, and 279-88Wednesday: pp. 65-76
Req: Huhn, Constitutional Law**
For Wednesday, August 28th, please read the decision of the Supreme Court in United States v. Windsor. The most significant portion of the opinion is Part IV of Justice Kennedy's opinion for the majority. A more detailed description of your assignment is set forth on the front page at Springboard. Please consider submitting a question or a comment about the case to the dropbox dedicated to that purpose on Springboard.
**Your casebook for Constitutional Law I has been posted to Springboard and is also available from my website at https://sites.google.com/site/huhnconstitutionallaw/home/book. The book is in pdf format and is password protected. The password is huhnconlaw
It is not required to have a printed copy of the book. If you wish you may purchase a printed copy of the book from DocuZip at the Student Center. If you wish to order a printed copy of the book please call DocuZip at 330-972-7870 to reserve a copy. You also have my permission to print the book for personal use. I have not restricted any of the functions on the electronic copy such as highlighting or notetaking.
Req: Sullivan, Constitutional Law, 18th ed., Foundation Press 9781609302511Req: Clickers
See Professor's website: http://www3.uakron.edu/law/rich/
Req: Chemerinsky, Constitutional Law, 4th ed., Aspen Publishers 9781454817536Req: Chemerinsky, Constitutional Law Supplement, 2013, Aspen Publishers 9781454828259
Tuesday, August 27, 2013:I. Introduction The Constitution of the United States SKIM text at xli to lviiII. Judicial Review Text at 1 to 33
Req: Knapp, Crystal & Prince, Problems in Contract Law, Cases & Materials, 7th ed., Aspen Publishers #9780735598225Req: Burton, Eisenberg: Contract Law: Selected Source Materials Annotated, 2013 ed., West #9780314288455
Read pages 31-43 not including Section 2 on page 43. Read Restatement (Second) of Contracts Formation of Contracts - Mutual Assent Sections 17-24; also read Restatement (Second) of Contracts Acceptance of Offers Sections 50 and 52.
Req: Ayers, Studies in Contract Law, 8th ed., West Law #9781609301170
Read pages 1-47 for the first WEEK. Be sure to brief the cases, look up the meaning of any unfamiliar words, think about whether you agree with the court's decision and be ready to play!
Req: Epstein, Markell, et al, Cases and Materials on Contracts: Making and Doing Deals, 3rd ed., West #9780314272386Req: Farnsworth, et al, Selections for Contracts, 2013 ed., Foundation Press #9781609303617Req: EInstruction, Classroom Performance System (CPS) Pulse Clicker, registered
For the first day of class (August 28th), please read pp. 1-6 and 12-18 in the casebook (Epstein, et al.), Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) 2-105(1) (def. of "goods"), UCC 1-103(b) (2001 version), and think of a contract that you were a party to, or if not a party to, have a personal knowledge of. The UCC can be found in the supplement by Farnsworth et al.).
For the second day of class (August 29th), please read pp. 18-22 and 36-47 in the casebook.
Professor Vacca will email the class instructions on how to register the clickers. You will receive these instructions about a week before classes begin.
Req: Jones Merritt and Simmons, Learning Evidence, From the Federal Rules to the Courtroom, 2nd ed., West 9780314275400Rec: Imwinkelried, Evidentary Foundations, 8th ed., LexisNexis 9780769847696
For the first week of class: Please read Chapters 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
Req: Friedland, Evidence Problems and Materials, 4th ed., LexisNexis 9780769845944Req: Weinstein and Abrams, Evidence Rules, Statutes and Case Supplements, 2013, Foundation Press 9781609303860
Please read Chapter 1 and Problems 1:1, 1-2 and 1-3 in casebook.
Req: Shapo, et al, Law School Without Fear: Strategies for Success, 3rd ed., West Publishing #9781599414195Req: Darrow-Kleinhaus, Mastering the Law School Exam, ThomsonWest, #9780314162816
Req: Dukeminier & Krier, Property, 7th ed., Aspen Publishers 9780735588998
Read pp. 1-18. Johnson v. McIntosh (pp. 3-10) - Why is the "first in time" principle an appropriate one to follow? Consider what constitutes "first in time".
Monday - 8/26 - pp. 1-18
Wednesday - 8/28 - pp. 18-26
Students can purchase the hardbound or the looseleaf bound casebook.
The ISBN for the looseleaf is 9781454815266
Req: Dobbs, Torts and Compensation - Personal Accountability for Injury Concise Edition, 7th ed., West Law #9780314278593
A. Reading Torts Cases and Trial Procedure: pp. 19-26 (assignment one for the first week of classes).
II. FAULT BASED LIABILITY FOR PHYSICAL HARM TO PERSON AND PROPERTY
A. Direct Intentional Wrongs:
1. Establishing a Claim for Intentional Tort to Person or Property:
a. Battery: pp. 8-11, 27-34 (assignment one for the first week of classes).
(i). Requiring Fault:
• Van Camp v. McAfoos, p. 8
(i). Elements of Battery:
• Snyder v. Turk, p. 30 • Cohen v. Smith, p. 30 • Fisher v. Carousel Motor Hotel, p. 33 (see squib case in note 5)
Please note: Pages that constitute assignment blocks are in bold and italics. All notes within the prescribed pages are included in the assignment. The cases that will be covered in class are listed above.
** Before the first day of class, pick up your Student Course Handouts from the DocuZip copy center located on the second floor of the Student Union and read pp. 1- 5 of the Syllabus which explains classroom expectations. ** Call first to be sure it is ready for pick-up (http://www.uakron.edu/printing/docuzip.dot).
Req: Prosser, Torts, 12th ed., Foundation Press #9781599417042Rec: A Concise Restatement of Torts, 3rd ed., American Law Institutue #9780314616715Rec: Dobbs, The Hornbook of the Law of Torts, 2000, West #9780314211873
Req: Dobbs, Hayden and Bublick, Torts and Compensation, Personal Accountability and Social Responsibility for Injury:Concise Edition, 7th ed., West #9780314278593Req: Clickers
Please read pages 1-26.
Req: No casebook required
ALR module enrollment begins on August 26, 2013 and ends on September 13, 2013. ALR module enrollment instructions can be found on Springboard http://springboard.uakron.edu
LARW:Req: Cohen, Legal Writing Workbook, available online (available on Springboard after August 1st)Req: Dickerson, The ALWD Citation Manual, 4th ed., Aspen Publishing #9780735589308Legal Research:Req: Cohen, Legal Research Workbook, available online (available on Springboard after August 1st)
Read Workbook pp. 3-16 Course Overview; Primary & Secondary Authority; Search Plans; Statutes; Legislative History; Ohio Revised Code (in paper)
**Springboard is the University's web course that provides, among other things, the ability to post documents that may be downloaded from the internet. Springboard is located at https://springboard.uakron.edu/. You will first be prompted to provide your UANet username and password. On the next screen, select LARW I 001. On the course page, select Content. The workbooks are in the Legal Writing and Legal Research modules.
Req: Coughlin, et al, A Lawyer Writes, 2nd ed., Carolina Academic Press, 9781611633979Req: Hall, et al, Ohio Legal Research, 2009 ed., Carolina Academic Press 9781594604010Req: Dickerson, ALWD Citation Manual, 4th ed., Aspen Publishers 9780735589308
Read: A Lawyer Writes, Chapters 1 and 3.1 and 3.111 (do not read Section II of Chapter 3). Haefele and Boyd cases posted on Springboard Complete questionnaire for Haefele and Boyd (on Springboard)
Req: Garner, The Redbook: A Manual on Legal Style, 2nd ed., ThomsonWest #9780314168917Req: Coughlin, et al., A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis, 2nd ed., Carolina Academic Press #9781611633979Req: The Blue Book: Uniform System of Citation, 19th ed., 2010, Columbia Law Review #9780615361161
Recommended: Osbeck, Mark, Impeccable Research: A Concise Guide to Mastering Legal Research Skills, ThomsonWest #9780314202727
First Day Assignment
A. Read Syllabus & Course Policies (available on Springboard)
B. Read Coughlin: Chapter 3-3.I, pp. 33-35; Chapter 3.III, pp. 43-56
C. Read Amy Carter Project, Part I, and answer the included questions (available on Springboard)
Req: Couglin, Rocklin, et al, A Lawyer Writes, A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis, 2nd ed., Carolina Academic Press #9781611633979Req: Hall, Sampson, Ohio Legal Research, 2009 ed., Carolina Academic Press #9781594604010Req: Dickerson, The ALWD Citation Manual, 4th ed., Aspen Publishing #9780735589308
Please read the following:
Req: Neumann and Simon, Legal Writing, 2nd ed., Aspen 9780735599949Req: Dickerson, The ALWD Citation Manual, 4th ed., Aspen 9780735589308
Read pps. 1-52 in Neumann and Simon text. Also read "Course Overview" and materials designated "First Assignment" posted under Content tab on Springboard.
Req: The Board of Student Advisors Harvard Law School, Introduction to Advocacy: Research, Writing and Argument, 7th ed., Foundation Press 9781587784194Req: Couglin, Rocklin, et al, A Lawyer Writes, A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis, 2nd ed., Carolina Academic Press, 9781611633979Req: Dickerson, The ALWD Citation Manual, 4th ed., Aspen Publishing, 9780735589308
Please read:Materials for Appellate Problem posted on Springboard (posted after August 20th)Two versions of the same story: Safford v. Redding (on Springboard - posted after August 20th) After reading both versions, consider the following: Who or what is the focus version one? Who or what is the focus version two? How is the school a sympathetic party? How is the student a sympathetic party? What is the theme (the overarching, seemingly universal plight that the story is about) of each statement of the case? How are the statement of the case for each different? Consider what facts are emphasized or omitted in each version. Which statement of the case did you find more persuasive? Why?
Req: Weaver, et al, Criminal Procedure: Cases, Problems and Exercises, 4th ed., West 9780314910813
Please read pages 2-30.
Req: Johnson, Constitutional Criminal Procedure, 4th ed., West 9780314256607Req: 2008 Supplement on Reserve**
Read Overview of Criminal Justice System (on Springboard) and Introduction to ACJ. Complete assignment for Class 1; Read Chapter 11, p. 668-709 (Grand Jury and Accusatorial System)
**Be sure to read any updates in the Supplement for the appropriate class reading**Where there are cited United States Supreme Court cases, read the syllabus for each case, at a minimum. I will also place these cases on reserve, and where possible on Springboard. Cases that are not provided on Springboard can be obtained at the United States Supreme Court website. http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/boundvolumes.aspx
Req: Klein, Ramseyer & Bainbridge, Agency, Partnerships and Limited Liability Entities, 3rd ed., Foundation Press 9781599414973
Day Section (001): Please read pages 1 -11.
Evening Section (801): Please read pages 1-22.
Req: Warren & Walt, Commerical Law, 9th ed., Foundation Press 9781609303396Req: Warren & Walt, Commerical Law: Selected Statutes, 2013, Foundation Press 9781609303839
Sign up for Course on TWEN site and review syllabus; Read pp. 1-47 in textbook.
Req: Warren and Walt, Commerical Law, 9th ed., Foundation Press #9781609303396Req: Warren and Walt, Commerical Law: Selected Statutes, 2013-14, Foundation Press #9781609303839
Read pages 1-22 not including the problems on page 22. Read UCC Article Nine definitional Sections 9-102(a)(7), (a) (12), (a) (12), (a) (28), (a) (39), (a) (59), (a) (72), and (a) (73); also read UCC Article Nine attachment Sections 9-201 and 9-203, and perfection section 9-308.
Req: Moringiello, Bankruptcy Overview: Issues, Law and Policy, 6th ed., American Bankruptcy Institute 9780982402689Req: Bankruptcy Code and Rules 2013 Compact Edition 9780314949721
Req: No casebook
Please read: Mers v. Dispatch Printing Co., 19 Ohio St 3d 100, 103 (1985), and Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. v. Darden, 503 U.S. 318 (1992); and Genaro v. Central Transport, Inc., 84 Ohio St. 3d 293 (1999).
Req: Weisberg & Appleton, Modern Family Law Cases and Materials, 5th ed., Aspen # 978145482511 Req: Sanger, Family Law Stories, 2008, Foundation Press 9781599410203Rec: Gregory, Swisher and Wolf, Understanding Family Law, 4th ed., LexisNexis 9780769847443
Weisberg & Appleton, Modern Family Law: Cases and Materials - pp. xxxv-xxvi, 354-60. Sanger, Family Law Stories - pp. 77-93
Req: Freeland, Lathrope, Lind & Stephens, Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation, 16th ed., Foundation Press 9781609300081Req: Dickinson, Federal Income Tax Code and Regulations Selected Sections w/CD, 2013, CCH Publishing 9780808034650
Sign up for Course on TWEN site and review syllabus; Skim pp. 2-50 in textbook; read pp. 52-64; 66-72, Prepare problems 1-5 on p. 69 and Problems 1-2 on p. 72; read Section 61 in Codebook.
Req: Fisher & Ury, Getting to Yes, 2011 revised edition, 9780143118756Req: Thomas, T., ADR Online Supplement, Lexis Webcourse
Please read Getting to Yes in its entirety prior to the first day of class and enroll in the Lexis Webcourse.
Req: Furrow, Law and Health Care Quality, Patient Safety and Medical Liability, 7th ed., West, 9780314279903 (BT)
Req: Furrow, et al., Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems, 7th ed., West, 9780314265098**(MT)
I. Defining, Evaluating and Distributing Health Care: An Introduction
A. Defining Sickness: Break-out Text (BT) pp. 1- 20; Main Text (MT) pp. 1-27. 1. Katskee v. Blue Cross, BT p. 3, MT p. 17. Pay special attention to answering the reading questions below in preparing for class. Please type out the answers to these questions and turn them in at the start of class. Be sure to keep a copy for yourself to use in class.
2. Problem: “The Couple’s Illness,” BT p. 10, MT p. 26. Be prepared to discuss this problem. Use the answers to the questions below to help you analyze this problem.
3. Skills Training Exercise #1: "How to Analyze an Insurance Coverage Dispute Using the Katskee Case." We will be doing this exercise in class.
Katskee: Reading Questions (Please answer and bring to class)
1. What kind of services will a health insurance policy pay for as a general matter?
2. What are conditions that are deemed to be an "illness" within the meaning of the policy?
3. What role does "intent of the parties" play in deciding what is an "illness"?
4. What are the basic rules of contract construction and how do they play in Katskee? (List the rules of contract construction contained in the reading).
5. Was the term "illness" in Katskee found to be ambiguous?
6. How did the court define "illness"?
7. What is a "normal" condition and what is a "deviation" from normal?
8. How does the Silverstien case cited in Katskee help the analysis?
9. When is the "sick role" appropriate in our society?
10. What benefits and protects does our society offer to those we label as "sick"?
**Health Law: Cases and Materials and Problems, 7th ed., West 9780314265098 is required for the students who are enrolling/have enrolled in the Health Law Certificate Program.
 For those in the Health Law Certificate Program, 4 of the 5 required courses will use Furrow, Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems, 7th edition (ISBN: 9780314265098) (MT). For those who will only be taking one or two HL courses, purchasing the break-out book will be the lower cost option, for this course this is Furrow, Health Care Quality, Patient Safety, and Medical Liability, 7th (ISBN 9780314279903)(BT).
 All abstracted cases and all texts and notes within the prescribed pages are included in the assignment unless specifically excluded.
Req: Selmi, Kushner, Ziegler, Land Use Regulation, 4th ed., Wolters Kluwer 9781454810124
Read Chapter 1 pp. 3-46.
Req: Fisher, et al, Getting to Yes, 3rd ed., 9780143118756
Req: Fisher and Ury, Getting to Yes, Penguin Books, #9780140157352
Req: Eskridge, Frickey & Garrett, Legislation: Statutes and the Creation of Public Policy, 4th ed., West, 9780314172563
First week assignment: Please read pages 1-47.
Req: Baker, Gillette, Local Government Law, Cases and Materials 4th ed., Foundation Press 9781599414201
Req: Emmanuel, Strategies & Tactics for MBE, 5th ed., Wolters Kluwer 9781454809920Req: Gallagher, Perform Your Best on the Bar Exam Performance Test (MBT): Train to Finish the MPT in 90 Mins., Like a Sport, 2011 ed., BarWrite Press 9780970608833Req: Gallagher, Scoring High on Bar Exam Essays, 3rd ed., Barwrite Press 9780970608819
Req: Oesterle, The Law of Mergers and Acquisitions, 4th ed., West 9780314184887Req: Clickers
Read pages 1-25.
Req: Rasband, Salzman, & Squillace, Natural Resources Law & Policy, 2nd ed., Foundation Press 9781599413440
Please read pages 1-36.
Req: Guernsey, et al, Special Education Law, 3rd ed., Carolina Academic Press 9781594602504
Read Chapter 1 of casebook; The Course Overview and the PARC case (as posted on Springboard)
Req: Client Interviewing & Counseling Workbook (Workbook) (available on Springboard after August 1)
For First Class:
Read Workbook pp. 3-15 Course Overview & Syllabus Client-Centered Interviewing & Counseling The Participatory Model The Goals of Client Interviewing & Counseling
Read Workbook pp. 25-33 A Structure for the Initial Interview The Opening Stage
Read Workbook pp. 96-99 Transcript for In-Class Video (The Opening Stage)
Prepare Interviews #1 & #2 - A couple of weeks before the first class, Professor Cohen will: Post on Springboard the materials for your first interview (role play) Email instructions to you
Req: National Prosecution Standards - available for free on line - from National District Attorneys Association - NDAA.org Req: ABA Standards on Criminal Justice, Prosecution and Defense Standards - available for free from ABA Web-site or preferred - available for under $5.00 in hard copy through ABA website.
For Tuesday, August 27, 2013:I. Introduction On Being and Becoming a Prosecutor, 78 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1485 (1983) (to be distributed) Skim Tables of Contents of ABA & NDAA ABA at Standard 3-1.2; 3-1.5; NDAA at Standards 1-1.1 to 1.1.6; 1-2.1
Req: Yamamoto, et al, Race, Rights and Reparation: Law and the Japanese American Internment, 2nd ed., Aspen Publishers 9781454808206
Req: Dukeminier, Sitkoff and Lindgren, Wills, Trusts and Estates, 9th ed., Wolters Kluwer #9781454824572Rec: Pennell and Newman, Sum and Substance Quick Review: Wills, Trusts and Estates, West #978031428657**
Evening Class (685-801) First assignment:
1. Read: 1-14 (include The Restatement (Third) of Trusts; exclude Destruction of Property at Death).2. Skim: 15 (beginning with Justifying Freedom of Disposition) - 20 (first 5 lines).3. Read: 20-24 (Concentrations of Wealth)4. Skim: 24-26 (Human and Cultural Capital)5. Skip: 26-34 (Is Freedom of Disposition a Constitutional Imperative?)6. Skip: 35-41 (Posthumously Acquired Property Rights)7. Read: 41-44 (Probate and Nonprobate Property and Probate Terminology)8. Skim: 44-48 (Probate Administration)9. Read: 48-50 (Is Probate Necessary?)10.Skip: 50-51 (Universal Succession)11. Read 51-57 (Professional Responsibility; Duties to Intended Beneficiaries)12. Skip 57-61 (A v. B)13. Read 61 - 62 (Note)
Day Class (685 001) First assignment:
1. Read: 1-14 (include The Restatement (Third) of Trusts; exclude Destruction of Property at Death)2. Skim: 15 (beginning with Justifying Freedom of Disposition) - 20 (first 5 lines)3. Read: 20-24 (Concentrations of Wealth)4. Skim: 24-26 (Human and Cultural Capital)5. Skip: 26-34 (Is Freedom of Disposition a Constitutional Imperative?)6. Skip: 35-41 (Posthumously Acquired Property Rights)7. Read: 41-44 (Probate and Nonprobate Property and Probate Terminology)
**Pennell and Newman, Sum and Substance Quick Review: Wills, Trusts and Estates - This study guide is available for free through the law school's subscription to West Study Aids.
Req: Conley, Moriarty, Scientific & Expert Evidence, 2nd ed., Aspen Publishers 9780735594463
Read Chapter 1 in the casebook (pp. 1-26)
Req: Cioffi, Anderson's Ohio Pretrial Litigation Practice Manual, 2013, LexisNexis 9781593457594Req: McBurney, Legal Drafting: Law Practice Drafting, Aspen Publishers, 9781454817604**
Read in casebook - Chapters 1-2 pp. 1-61Skim in casebook - Chapter 3 pp. 63-127
**Legal Drafting: Law Practice Drafting casebook is only available through Polsky's bookstore**
Req: Murray, Basic Trial Advocacy, 2003 ed., Main Law Book Co. #9780974794402Rec: Spence, Win Your Case, 2005 ed., VHPS #9780312338817Rec: Imwinkelreid, Evidentiary Foundations, 8th ed., LexisNexis #9780769847696
For the first class: Read pages 53-66 and 97-105 in Basic Trial Advocacy casebook.
Req: Murray, Basic Trial Advocacy, 2003 ed., Main Law Book Co. #9780974794402Req: Spence, Win Your Case, 2005 ed., VHPS #9780312338817
Read Chapter 4: The Power of Listening and Chapter 11: Preparing the Decision Makers to Embrace Us.
Professor Cole will also distribute additional reading material for the first class as an attachment to an email.
Req: Furrow, et al, Health Care Law and Ethics, 7th ed., West, 9780314279897
Req: Furrow, et al, Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems, 7th ed., West, 9780314265098**
Beyond the Hippocratic Oath: Virtues, Principles, Duty to Treat
Read the following assignments which exposes you to the ethical theories and principles that we will be exploring throughout the course. The purpose of Immanuel Kant’s work is to expose you to a primary philosophical resource that details moral duties and The Categorical Imperative, which is used to this day in many decision-making frameworks. Following a theoretical introduction, including discussions surrounding the Hippocratic Oath (contemporary and historical versions), we will dig into the pragmatic and legal issues surrounding a Duty to Treat. Please be prepared to discuss these issues first day of class.
Readings that are not in your text are contained in the course packet that you must pick up at the Front Desk of the Dean’s office, including the course syllabus.
What should be the role of ethics in legal matters and practices?
How might ethical principles be similar to laws and regulations? How do they differ?
What role does Virtue have in professionalism and ethics in the clinical setting?
What are the benefits and burdens of Codes of Ethics? How should they be enforceable?
What are the limits to our obligations? Should the duty to treat be absolute?
Are the legal exceptions to a duty to treat warranted? Why or why not?
How might “rights” be linked to the concept of “duty”?
Req: Goldstein and Reese, Copyright, Patent, Trademark and Related Doctrines, 7th ed., Foundation Press 9781609300630
Read up to page 66.
Req: Mergers & Duffy, Patent Law and Policy: Cases and Materials, 6th ed., LexisNexis 9780769857688Req: Schecter, Selected Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition Statutes, Regulations & Treaties, 2013 ed., 9780314288066
Req: Ginsburg, Litman and Kevlin, Trademark and Unfair Competition Law: Cases and Materials, 5th ed., LexisNexis 9780769865683
For class on August 27, 2013 - please read up to page 35
For class on August 28, 2013 - please read pages 36-70.
Req: Cohen, Loren, et al, Copyright in a Global Information Economy, 3rd ed., Aspen Publishing 9780735591967Req: Cohen, Loren, et al, Copyright in a Global Information Economy Supplement, 2013, Aspen Publishing, 9781454827856
Assignment for 8/27/13:Read pages 3-5 in the casebook.Skim pages 5-42 in the casebook.
Assignment for 8/29/13:17 U.S.C. § 102(a)17 U.S.C. § 101 (def. of "fixed" and "copies)17 U.S.C. § 11717 U.S.C. § 1101Read pages 45-57 in the casebook (skim pages 55-57)Read pages 57-67 in the casebook
Req: Garvey, First Amendment: Reader, 2nd ed., West Law 9780314066732Req: Your Constitutional Law I Textbook: - Sullivan, Constitutional Law 18th ed., Foundation Press 9781609302511
See Professor's website: http://www3.uakron.edu/law/rich/