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Fall 2011 Important Announcements


Bill of Rights Classes for Transfer Students

(8/9/2011)
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 2011

LAW-LW.10395.001 – Criminal Procedure: Fourth and Fifth Amendments - Prof. Stephen Schulhofer
LAW-LW.10436.001 – Criminal Procedure Survey - Prof. S. Andrew Schaffer
LAW-LW.11500.001 – Eighth Amendment and the Law - Prof. Bryan Stevenson
LAW-LW.10668.001 – Free Speech - Prof. Amy Adler
LAW-LW.10728.001 – Media Law - Profs. Stephen Gillers and David McCraw
LAW-LW.11198.001 – Sex Discrimination Law - Prof. Yolanda Wu
LAW-LW.10170.001 – The Law of Democracy - Prof. Richard Pildes


Spring 2012

LAW-LW.10122.001 – Art Law – Prof. Amy Adler
LAW-LW.10395.001 – Criminal Procedure: Fourth and Fifth Amendments - Prof. Barry Friedman
LAW-LW.10020.001 – Current Issues in Immigrant's Rights Seminar - Prof. Judy Rabinovitz
LAW-LW.11198.001 – Sex Discrimination Law - Prof. Yolanda Wu


Deadline to Add Online Courses

(8/2/2011)
The deadline to add online courses is Monday, September 19, 2011.


Clinic Fieldwork Counted Towards the Non-Classroom Credit Cap

(6/1/2011)
Please note that the fieldwork classes taught solely by adjunct faculty members are indicated by the footnote “NCF” in the Schedule of Classes.  In accordance with the ABA Standards for Approval of Law Schools Section 304(b), these classes count toward the 18-credit maximum for non-classroom credits.


Professional Responsibility

(11/16/2011)
The following classes satisfy the Professional Responsibility requirement:

Fall 2011

Evidence and Professional Responsibility - Prof. Paul Chevigny - LAW-LW.11563.001
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Stephen Gillers - LAW-LW.11479.001
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Barbara Gillers - LAW-LW.11479.002

Spring 2012

The Good Lawyer: Philosophical Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility - Prof. Alexander Guerrero - LAW-LW.12078.001
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Barbara Gillers - LAW-LW.11479.001
Professional Responsibility and the Regulation of Lawyers - Prof. Ronald Minkoff - LAW-LW.11479.003
Professional Responsibility in Civil Litigation - Prof. P. Castel - LAW-LW.10309.001
Professional Responsibility in Law and Business - Profs. Karen Brenner and Helen Scott - LAW-LW.10387.001
Professional Responsibility in New York Civil Practice - Prof. Oscar Chase - LAW-LW.12075.001


Tax Policy Classes

(4/22/2011)
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 2011-2012 academic year are listed below.

Fall 2011

Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Laurie Malman – LAW-LW.12027.001
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Kathleen DeLaney Thomas – LAW-LW.12027.002

Spring 2012

Tax Policy & Public Finance Colloquium and Seminar – Profs. Daniel Shaviro and Alan Auerbach – LAW-LW.10787.001
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Noel  Cunningham – LAW-LW.12027.001
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Kathleen DeLaney Thomas – LAW.LW12027.002
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. TBA – LAW-LW.12027.003
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Jason Oh – LAW.LW12027.004
Tax Policy Seminar – Prof. Mitch Engler – LAW-LW.12027.005

 

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