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Advanced Torts (Attachment 1 ) Stein June 22, 2016


We will be discussing cutting-edge issues in medical malpractice law and litigation:

1. Federal Law or State Law? Identifying the Right Court for Filing Suit
2. Pretrial Screening of Medical Malpractice Suits under State Laws and the Federal Tort Claims Act
3. Time Bars: Statutes of Limitations and Repose
4. Malpractice Standards and Expert Testimony

5. Informed Consent
6. Cause in Fact, Proximate Cause, and Lost Chances to Recover
7. Defenses
8. Limitations on Damages: Are They Constitutional?

We will study these issues by using the case analysis method. We will focus on a single complex case scenario: The Case of Mary Roe (Attached)


Environmental Law I Andreen June 3, 2016


Tuesday, August 16, 2016                  vii-xi (Bonine & McGarity) and Supplemental Material

  1. Introduction to Environmental Law

     A.         Environmental Problems and Progress

    B.         Regulatory Legislation

                  --          Andreen, “Evolving Law of Environmental Protection” (Supp.)

    C.         Outline of the Course

    During this class, I will hand out a Syllabus detailing your assignments for the rest of the semester. If you wish, you may pick one up outside of my office (Room 363) before class. Thanks!



International Business Transactions Rosen July 26, 2016


International Business Transactions
Professor Rosen
Fall 2016
Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

The required text for this course is Ronald A. Brand, Fundamentals of International Business Transactions (2000).  For the first class, please read pp. 1-17 and 982-83 of the text and “International Law: An Overview” available at

International Environmental Law (Attachment 1 ) Andreen June 3, 2016

Please see attached course description and first-day assignment.