Courses

Fall 2010 Important Announcements


Bill of Rights Classes for Transfer Students

(8/19/2010)
Students who transferred with 3 or fewer credits of Constitutional Law must complete a Bill of Rights class in order to satisfy the NYU School of Law Constitutional Law Requirement. Below find the list Bill of Rights classes. (Please review the course descriptions for any restrictions on the same and ABRA to determine whether the class is open.)

Fall 2010

L01.3008.001 – First Amendment Rights of Expression and Association - Prof. Geoffrey Stone
L01.3031.001 – Free Speech – Prof. Amy Adler – L01.3031.001
L01.3586.001 – Second Amendment Seminar – Prof. Adam Samaha
L04.3010.001 – Criminal Procedure: Survey – Prof. S. Andrew Schaffer
L04.3011.001 – Criminal Procedure: Bail to Jail - Prof. James Jacobs
L04.3518.001 – Criminal Procedure: Police Investigations - Prof. Barry Friedman
L04.3009.001 – Eighth Amendment Law and Litigation – Prof. Bryan Stevenson
L06.3553.001 – Sex Discrimination Law Seminar - Prof. Yolanda Wu
L12.3028.001 – Media Law – Profs. Stephen Gillers & Stuart Karle

Spring 2011

L01.3004.001 – Art Law – Prof. Amy Adler
L01.3511.001 – Current Issues in Immigrant's Rights Seminar - Prof. Judy Rabinovitz
L01.3034.001 – U.S. Free Speech:  Law and Theory – David A. J. Richards
L04.3518.001 – Criminal Procedure: Fourth and Fifth Amendments – Prof. Stephen Schulhofer
L06.3553.001 – Sex Discrimination Law Seminar – Prof. Yolanda Wu
L06.3577.001 – The Death Penalty: Social and Historical Perspectives Seminar - Prof. David Garland


Clinic Fieldwork Counted Towards the Non-Classroom Credit Cap


(NOTE: THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE SEMINAR PORTION OF THE CLINIC)
Clinics consist of (i) a regularly-scheduled class (the “seminar” portion) and (ii) an unscheduled fieldwork listed with TBA dates and times on the Schedule of Classes (the “fieldwork” portion). The following information ONLY applies to the fieldwork portion of the clinics.

Please note that the following fieldwork classes are taught solely by adjunct faculty members. In accordance with the ABA Standards for Approval of Law Schools Section 304(e), these classes count toward the 20-credit maximum for non-classroom credits.

Fall 2010

Brennan Center Public Policy Advocacy Clinic (year-long) – E. Wood/R. Diller – L02.2572.001
Business Law Transactions Clinic (semester-long) – S. Abramson/TBA/S. Delany – L02.2561.001
Children’s Rights Clinic (semester-long) – J. Deane – L02.2547.001
Criminal Appellate Defender Clinic (semester-long) – E. Lee/R. Gerson – L02.2501.001
Environmental Law Clinic (semester-long) – E. Goldstein/N. Marks – L02.2510.001
Federal Defender Clinic (year-long) –D. Klem/J. Harris – L02.2545.001
Government Civil Litigation (EDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – M. Goldberger – L02.2581.001
Government Civil Litigation (SDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – A.Schilling – L02.2575
Prosecution (EDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – M. Miller – L02.2537.001
Prosecution (SDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – B. Harrington – L02.2530.001
Tax Clinic (semester-long) - M. Allison - L02.2563.001 

Spring 2011


Brennan Center Public Policy Advocacy Clinic (year-long) – E. Wood/L. Norden – L02.2572.001
Business Law Transactions Clinic (semester-long) – S. Abramson/TBA/S. Delany – L02.2561.001
Children’s Rights Clinic (semester-long) – J. Deane – L02.2547.001
Criminal Appellate Defender Clinic (semester-long) – R. Herbert/R. Gerson – L02.2501.001
Environmental Law Clinic (semester-long) – E. Goldstein/N. Marks – L02.2510.001
Federal Defender Clinic (year-long) –D. Klem/J/ Harris – L02.2545.001
Government Civil Litigation (EDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – M. Goldberger – L02.2581.001
Government Civil Litigation (SDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – A. Schilling – L02.2575
Immigrant Defense Clinic - Y. Floyed-Mayers/J. Annobil - L02.2597.001
Prosecution (EDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – M. Miller – L02.2537.001
Prosecution (SDNY) Clinic (semester-long) – B. Harrington – L02.2530.001
Tax Clinic (semester-long) - M. Allison - L02.2563.001 


Professional Responsibility

(6/15/10)
The following classes satisfy the Professional Responsibility requirement:

Fall 2010


Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Stephen Gillers - L06.3015.001
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. William Nelson - L06.3015.002
Evidence and Professional Responsibility - Prof. Paul Chevigny - L09.3015.001

Spring 2011


Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Barbara Gillers - L06.3015.001
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Ron Minkoff - L06.3015.002
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. James Yates - L06.3015.003
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Oscar Chase - L06.3015.004
Professional Responsibility in Criminal Practice Seminar - Prof. James Orenstein - L06.3016.001
Professional Responsibility in Civil Litigation - Prof. P. Kevin Castel - L06.3055.001
Professional Responsibility in Law and Business – Profs. Karen Brenner and Helen Scott – L06.3046.001


Tax Policy Classes

(7/6/2010)
Students are allowed to register for only one Tax Policy class for the academic year. For permission to register for more than one Tax Policy class, the student must contact the Graduate Tax Director, John Stephens, at john.stephens@nyu.edu.  Tax Policy classes being offered in the 2010-2011 academic year are listed below.

Fall 2010

Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Laurie Malman – L11.3520.001
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Victor Zonana – L11.3502.002
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Leigh Osofsy – L11.3520.003
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Sarah Lewsky – L11.3520.004

Spring 2011


International Tax Policy – Prof. Mitchell Kane – L11.3526.001
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Joshua Blank – L11.3520.001
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Noel Cunningham – L11.3520.002
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Jason Oh – L11.3520.003
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Mitch Engler – L11.3520.004
Tax Policy: Comparative – Prof. Sarah Lawksy – L11.3520.005
Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium and Seminar – Profs. Daniel Shaviro & Nihir Desai – L11.3542001


 

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