Instruction Mode Definitions:
In-Person – Courses in which instruction between instructors and students occur in-person. If necessary, instructors may teach students remotely. Students may attend 100% remotely if they wish.
Blended (In-Person and Remote) – Courses in which instruction between instructors and students occur through a combination of remote (synchronous) and in-person instruction. If necessary, instructors may teach students remotely. Some classes with this label may have limited in-person meetings or may meet on a rotating basis determined by the instructor. Students may attend 100% remotely if they wish.
Remote – Courses normally taught in-person, but due to pandemic, 100% of the instruction will be delivered remotely.
2020-2021 Schedule Updates:
8.24.20 - Financial Regulation with Professor Posner has been moved to Spring 2021 quarter
8.26.20 - Autumn 2020 Divorce Practice and Procedure is updated to 3 credits
9.8.20 - Update to waitlist process:
9.11.20 - Autumn 2020 Exoneration Project Clinic switched to fully remote instruction
10.13.20 - Winter 2021 - added Copyright with Saul Levmore
10.14.20 - Winter 2021 - added Editing and Advocacy with Patrick Barry
10.15.20 - Winter 2021 - added Buddhism and Comparative Constitutional Law - Ginsburg/Schonthal
10.15.20 - Winter 2021 - added Advanced Trademarks and Unfair Competition - Chad Doellinger
10.20.20 - Winter 2021 - added Game Theory and the Law - Douglas Baird
10.9.20 -Spring 2021 - added American Indian Tribal Law - Elizabeth Reese
10.9.20 -Spring 2021 - added Fundamentals of In-House Counsel - Avratin/Lutz/Zarfes
10.15.20 -Spring 2021 - added Contract Drafting and Review - Michelle Drake
10.15.20 -Spring 2021 - added The Empirical Analysis of Crime and Criminal Justice Policy - Ryan Sakoda
10.20.20 - Spring 2021 - added Case Studies in Professional Responsibility - Amelia Runyan Davis
10.20.20 - Spring 2021 - added First Amendment Theory - Erin Miller