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It is highly recommended for students taking a summer intensive course to not work during the course due to the high demand placed on students academically.
ADOPTION LAW (On-line Offering): Adoption Law will be taught in an online format. We will be using two forms of online learning: synchronized & non-synchronized.
For this course, 10 classes will be taught in a synchronized online format. For the majority of the synchronized sessions, we will be meeting as an entire class during the time set for Adoption Law on the course schedule. The remaining synchronized sessions will be small-group meetings and will take place on a day and time agreed to by the group members and professor. The remaining 4 classes will be taught in a non-synchronized online format. Students must complete non-synchronized assignments and exercises by a date set in the class syllabus. The designation of which weeks will be taught in a synchronized or non-synchronized format will be set out in the syllabus at the start of the term.
To participate in this class, students must have access to (and be comfortable using):
It is preferred, though not required, that participants have a webcam for use in small group projects.
APPELATE ADVOCACY: Registration priority is given to student Moot Court Fellows. Please contact Professor Lazaroff prior to advanced registration to ensure early registration with the Office of Records and Registration.
BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS: Considered a second year day and third year evening course; registration priority will be given to those students. Students entering their third year day and fourth year evening will be permitted to register for Business Associations only after the second year day and third year evening students have registered.
INDEPENDENT RESEARCH PROJECT: Significant research paper or an independent research project under the guidance of a member of the full-time Faculty. A student may not register for independent research until the student provides a written proposal, tentative outline, and tentative hypothesis accepted by a full time faculty member. A student may not register for more than one independent research project in a semester, or for more than six total hours of independent research credit, without the approval of the Associate Dean. Independent Research may be used to satisfy the Upper-class Writing Requirement.
LEGAL DRAFTING COURSES (LAW 633): can only be taken in final year of law school
LITIGATION CLINIC: All students who take litigation clinic may register for 2 or 3 credit hours. If you wish to register for more than 3 hours, you must get permission from Professor Danny Bank or Professor Lori McCaughan. Bring your Change of Registration form signed by the Professor to the Office of Records & Registration and the office will make the change. The Litigation Clinic requires a valid Ohio Intern's License (see instructions below). Students admitted fall 2006 or after must have completed 60 credit hours in order to be eligible for a valid Ohio Intern’s License. PLEASE NOTE: Clinic will meet for the first regularly scheduled class. Beginning the next day, for seven (7) consecutive days, the class will meet from 7:30 am to 9:00 am (excluding weekends and holidays). These classes are mandatory. Thereafter, Clinic will meet approximately seven (7) additional times at the regularly scheduled day and time. For spring registration: those students having previously enrolled in clinic have priority over those who have not. Please contact Director Danny Bank prior to advanced registration to ensure early registration with the Office of Records and Registration.
MEDIATION CLINIC (3 credits): A clinical experience for students who have already completed the Mediation course as a prerequisite. Students will complete "some" classroom work, but they will spend the majority of time mediating disputes in a variety of settings. Students will conduct and/or observe pre-scheduled mediation sessions at the Franklin County Municipal Court, the City Prosecutor’s Office, and The Supreme Court of Ohio. Mediations may be scheduled during the day time or evening hours and may require attendance at different locations. The classroom work involving general skills training in the techniques needed to conduct a mediation. Additional training and classroom work will focus on subject areas that will assist the student in performing his/her role as a mediator. There is "no" regular class time set for this course. “Classroom” sessions will be scheduled based on student availability. NOTE: Each student will have a different “mediation” schedule that she/he will specifically coordinate with the professor. This schedule can be a set time for the entire semester, or it changes from week to week as the professor and student determine. There is a lot of flexibility in determining this schedule. After completing the Mediation Clinic for 3 credit hours, students may petition to take an additional semester of Mediation Clinic for 1, 2 or 3 credits hours.
OHIO INTERNS’ LICENSE: If you began in 2006 or later, you need to have EARNED GRADES for 60 credit hours prior to applying for the license. There are NO exceptions for this requirement.
SECOND YEAR SMALL SECTIONS:
VARIABLE CREDIT COURSES: If you are planning to take one of the courses below, please make sure you affirmatively choose the number of credit hours you plan to take. Each default to a specific number (listed below). If you do not change it to a different number, you will be registered for the default number.
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