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W75 LAW 530BIntellectual Property Litigation and Dispute Resolution (Wheelock/Abramov/Holtshouser)3.0 Units
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01-T-R---6:38P-8:00PAB Law Bldg / 403 Bryan Wheelock, Kirill Abramov, Steven HoltshouserLaw Final24170
LawStart: 8/27/2018   End: 11/30/2018
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W75 LAW 604SMoot Court (Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition)1.0 Unit
Description:Enrollment limit: 96 [Students must register online via WebSTAC for this intramural competition. Early Drop Deadline: Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 at 9PM. Students are required to be in residence in St. Louis; therefore, students who are enrolled in an externship or studying abroad are not eligible to enroll.] This course is known as the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition. Note the special add/drop dates established by the members of the Moot Court Board. Students are required to attend an informational meeting at the beginning of the semester. Each student must, together with a partner, prepare an appellate brief of passable quality and present a minimum of two oral arguments of passable quality. It is anticipated that, consistent with past practice, the oral arguments will take place during one week of the semester, including a weekend. The specific dates of the oral arguments will be provided to enrolled students at the beginning of the semester. Students are required to be available for all oral argument slots and will not be able to enroll in a weekend course that takes place during the weekend of oral arguments and the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition. Students must also attend two mandatory seminars on oral arguments and brief writing. This course is graded on a credit/no credit basis. [Keep in mind the limitations regarding credit toward their degree for competition work (as a participant or board member):1) a maximum of 4 total credits from competitions; 2) only one competition per semester. Also, J.D. students should keep in mind that this credit does not count as one of the 67 Law Classroom Units required for the J.D. degree.]
Attributes:LawCOMP, NLCU
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:P Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:N/AFrequency:None / History

W75 LAW 612SInternational Moot Court Team (Sadat/Sison)1.0 Unit
Description:[Students do not register online for this course. Students will be selected for one of Washington University's award-winning International Moot Court Teams by fall tryouts open to 2Ls, 3Ls, and international LL.M. students. Information about tryouts will be distributed to students at the beginning of the school year. Questions can be directed to Dorothy Campbell at djcampbell@wulaw.wustl.edu.] The team will work together under the guidance of faculty coaches to prepare an appellate brief or memorial and will participate in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, or the Niagara International Law Moot Court Competition, or another international moot court competition designated by the faculty. The teams' weekly meetings, writing deadlines and practice schedule are mandatory. The course grade is credit/no credit; one credit hour posted in the fall semester, and the other credit hour posted in the spring semester. The teams also function as a board and run the competition tryouts for the following year. Pre/corequisites (subject to waiver or substitution, in rare cases, by special permission of instructor): International Law and International Courts & Tribunals. [Students should keep in mind the limitations regarding credit toward their degree for competition work (as a participant or board member): 1) a maximum of 4 total credits from competitions; 2) only one competition per semester. Students should also keep in mind that these credits count toward the 19 maximum allowed in non-law and non-classroom component classes.] 1 unit in fall semester + 1 unit in spring semester.
Attributes:LawCOMP
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:CPA Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:N/AFrequency:Every Semester / History

W75 LAW 703ATrial Advocacy Competition (Mason/Rudder)2.0 Units
Description:Enrollment limited: 12; subject to professors' discretion. [Students do not register online for this course.] Upper-level J.D. students in good standing are eligible to try-out for the Trial Team. Try-outs for the 2016-2017 Team will take place (or have taken place) late in the Spring 2016 semester; tryout information is distributed to students by the Trial and Advocacy Program Coordinator in Room 541-B. This program involves intense training in trial advocacy and evidence law. There is also substantive work in all aspects of torts and criminal law rotating year to year. You will be expected to do substantive legal research as part of your case preparation. The required textbook is "Courtroom Evidence Handbook" West Publishing. It is recommended that students also use "The Federal Rules Of Evidence and Comments", West Publishing (most recent year). A small recording device is recommended for recording critiques. [Students should keep in mind the limitations regarding credit toward their degree for competition work (as a participant or board member): 1) a maximum of 4 total credits from competitions; 2) only one competition course per semester. Students should also keep in mind that these credits count toward the 19 maximum allowed in non-law and non-classroom component classes (19 is the max for JD students who graduate with exactly 86 units).] 1 unit posted to fall semester and 1 unit posted to spring semester, for a total of 2 units for the year.
Attributes:LawCOMP, NDRLLM
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:P Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:N/AFrequency:Annually / History
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01TBATBAHon. David Mason, Mark RudderSee department0110
Law-NDStart: 8/27/2018   End: 11/30/2018
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