Course Assignments and Cancellations


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No Casebook Required: You do not need to purchase a casebook for Professor Dillbary’s antitrust class. Instead you will receive reading packets.

 

TWEN: In preparation for your first class please register for the course’s website on TWEN. The name of the course on TWEN is “Antitrust (Fall 2019)” and it is password protected. To obtain the password (or if you have any questions regarding TWEN) please consult with the library. You may also obtain the password from Ms. Alicia Randolph.

 

Syllabus & Packet: Please make sure to pick up the syllabus and the first reading packet from Ms. Alicia Randolph, office number 343 (on the third floor) by Wednesday, August 14 at 4pm. It includes the reading assignment for our first class.

 

First Class & Reading Assignment: The reading assignment for the first class is now posted on TWEN. Please read the assigned materials and come prepared to discuss.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

International Business Transactions
Professor Rosen
Fall 2019

 

Tuesdays and Thursdays 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 http://topics.law.cornell.edu/wex/international_law.

 

 

 

For Professor Elliott’s Introduction to the Study of Law course, please read pp. 1-44 in the textbook, Tracey E. George & Suzanna Sherry, What Every Law Student Really Needs to Know (2d ed. 2016).

 

 

For Professor Elliott’s Land Use Law & Planning course, the textbook is the SIXTH edition of Callies, Freilich, & Roberts, Cases and Materials on Land Use. There is a seventh edition, but it is badly done. The sixth edition should be readily available used, which is a bonus. The assignment for the first day of class is to skim pages 1-20 and to read pages 20-42.

 

 

No Casebook Required: You do not need to purchase a casebook for Professor Dillbary’s Law & Economics seminar. A suggested but NOT required treatise is R. Posner, Economic Analysis of The Law (available at the book store).

 

TWEN: In preparation for your first class please register for the course’s website on TWEN. The name of the course on TWEN is “Law & Economics Seminar (Fall 2019)” and it is password protected. To obtain the password (or if you have any questions regarding TWEN) please consult with the library. You may also obtain the password from Ms. Alicia Randolph.

 

Syllabus & Reading Assignment: Please make sure to pick up the syllabus and the reading packet from Ms. Alicia Randolph, office number 343 (on the third floor) by Thursday, August 15 at 4pm. The reading assignment for the first class is now posted on TWEN. Please read the assigned materials and come prepared to discuss.

 

 

Before the first class on Monday August 19 at 1 PM in Room 283, please read Chapter 1 in Products Liability and Safety (7th Ed.) by David G. Owen and Mary J. Davis.

 

 

Casebook and Packet: The casebook for Professor Dillbary’s Torts class is Franklin & Rabin, Tort Law and Alternatives: Cases and Materials (10th Ed. 2016). In addition, you will also need the Supplemental Packet—available at Ms. Randolph’s office free of charge (office number 343 on the third floor).

TWEN: During the semester, I will use The Westlaw Educational Network [TWEN] to post reading assignments and supplemental materials. You will receive the passwords for Westlaw and the course’s website (together with a tutorial) during Orientation. After you receive the Westlaw password, you should add “Torts (Fall 2019)” to your TWEN’s website. For more instructions please consult with the syllabus and the library.

Syllabus & Photo: In preparation for your first class please pick up a copy of the syllabus from Ms. Randolph, office number 343 (on the third floor). At that time, you will need to provide Ms. Randolph with your photo unless you already have an action card (to be used for the class’ seating chart). You may also email your photo directly to Ms. Randolph at arandolph@law.ua.edu (the preferred option).

First Class & Reading Assignment: The reading assignment for the first class is now posted on TWEN. Please read carefully the assigned materials and come prepared to discuss.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Professor Elliott’s Water Law course, please read the first assignment in the course copy-pack (available from the bookstore and also available on the course TWEN site). As you will see from the cover page of the assignment, you are to read pages 1 through 19 carefully and skim the rest of the assignment.