LL.M. Online Orientation

Part I

Welcome to the Law School

Craig S. Edelbrock, Dean, College of Continuing Studies
Click this link for 1 minute prerecorded video.

James Leonard,Vice Dean and James M. Kidd, Sr. Professor of Law
Click this link for 5 minute prerecorded video.


Welcome to the Program / Introductions
What to Expect In and Outside the Classroom
Policies, Procedures
and Technology
 Daniel Powell, Associate Dean for Graduate Law Programs
Administrative Issues
• myBama, registration, confirming class schedule, books
• Financial aid
 Patty L. Nelson, Associate Director

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Acceptance of Policies and Procedures

Please click the link below to read the LL.M. Student Handbook.

Click here to access the Student Handbook.

Affirm that you have read the handbook and participated in the online orientation by clicking the verification link below and sending the email which will contain the following text. Please add your name to the bottom of the email before sending it.

By transmittal of this email I am verifying that I have participated in the University of Alabama School of Law’s online (live or pre-recorded) LL.M. Orientation. I also acknowledge that I have watched videos or participated in live sessions on administrative policies and procedures and that I have read the LL.M. Student Handbook.

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Part II (Bifurcated by Program)

For LL.M. in Taxation Students Only
Introduction to Tax Research

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Robert Marshall, Interim Director of Bounds Law Library and Lecturer

Introduction to Personal Income Tax
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Professor Jeffrey Kahn, Harry W. Walborsky Professor of Law

 

For LL.M. in Business Transactions Students Only

Introduction to Transactional Drafting
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Charles M. Fox, Cornell Law School/Fox Professional Development LLC


Introduction to Business Entities-
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Cynthia Williams, Osler Chair in Business Law, York University Osgoode Hall Law School