Courses that Satisfy Graduation Requirements - Fall 2012

  •  REQUIRED COURSES: 

    • 2nd Year part-time day:  Property I, Constitutional Law II, Civil Procedure: Jurisdiction  
    • 2nd Year Evening: Constitutional Law I, Civil Procedure: Jurisdiction, Evidence 
    • 2nd Year Day:  Constitutional Law II, Civil Pro: Jurisdiction, FPIT 
    • 3rd Year Day & 4th Year Evening: Professional Responsibility, Legal Drafting 

    UPPER CLASS WRITING REQUIREMENT (UCWR):  All students are required to complete, prior to graduation, an upper class writing requirement as indicated in Chapter 4.10 of the Manual of Policies & Procedures. The requirement may be satisfied by:
     
    1. Preparation of an approved note or comment for the Capital University Law Review. 
    2.  Preparation of an independent research paper under the guidance of a full-time faculty member.  Must be 2 or 3 credits and receive a grade of “C” or better.                                                     
    3.  Completion of all writing requirements in the following approved courses, must receive a grade of “C” or better:  
     

    Course Title 

    Course # 

    Professor 

    Appellate Advocacy 

     Law 924 - 1 

    Lazaroff 

    Children, Families & The State* 

     Law 756 - 1 

    Upchurch 

    Employment Discrimination (limit of 5) 

     Law 817 - 1 

    Weatherspoon 

    Health Law (limit of 5) 

     Law 822 - 1 

    Tibbles 

    Immigration & Naturalization (limit of 5) 

     Law 830 - 1 

    Garcia 

    International Law * 

     Law 965 - 1 

    Turack 

    Labor Law (limit of 5) 

     Law 810 - 1 

    Weatherspoon 

    Sem: Corporate Governance *  

     Law 981 - 1 

    Burch 

    Sem: Criminal Responsibility* 

     Law 981 - 3 

    Anderson 

    Sem: Ideas of 1st Amendment * 

     Law 981 - 1 

    Beattie 

    Sem: Law & Governance * 

     Law 981- 4 

    Stewart 

    Sem: Media Law 

     Law 980 - 3 

    Gilles 

    Sem: White Collar Crime  

     Law 980 - 2 

    Molina 

    Sexual Orientation & The Law* 

     Law 826 - 1 

    Cohen  



    PERSPECTIVE REQUIREMENT:   The following courses satisfy the perspective requirement: 

    Course Title 

    Course # 

    Professor 

    Children, Families & The State*

    Law 756 – 1

    Upchurch

    International Law*

    Law 965 – 1

    Turack

    Law & Social Science

    Law 829 – 1

    Poteet

    Sem: Constitutional History*

    Law 981 – 4

    Mayer

    Sem: Corporate Governance *

    Law 981 – 1

    Burch

    Sem: Criminal Responsibility*

    Law 981 – 3

    Anderson

    Sem: Ideas of 1st Amendment *

    Law 981 – 1

    Beattie

    Sem: Law & Governance *

    Law 981 – 4

    Stewart

    Sexual Orientation & The Law*

    Law 826 – 1

    Cohen

    *Satisfies both upper class writing requirement and perspective requirement. 

    As of March 21, 2012