Sunday, August 17, 2014

Documents you will need for Torts

Below you will find a list of links to readings that are not included in the textbook.

Course Materials

Course Outline (updated February 24, 2015)

The Legal Toolbox blog
(you should consider subscribing to this blog which offers good tips on preparing for class, outlining and studying for exams.  Here are some examples:  Law School 101,  Should you use a computer to take notes in class (part 1, part 2)?  Here is another article on that same subject.

My Office hours for Fall 2014
Tuesdays and Thursdays
8 am to 11 am
or by appointment


Class #3


Class #4

Dr. Seuss, The Zax (print), (video)


Class #5


Class #6

Problem #1
(not for class discussion; it is a good way to practice reviewing some of the material covered in the course so far)

Holyfield vs. Tyson

The Queen v. Dudley and Stevens (video)
(not for class discussion; you can start at about the 13:00 minute mark)

Notes on Privileges


Class #7
(recommended) (also available here)


Class #8


Class #9


Class #11

Recommended readings (not for class discussion) on medical malpractice:


Class #13


Class #14


Class #16


Class #18


Class #19

Why beer is so important for civilization (article, video)
(recommended only; not for class discussion)


Class #22


Class #23


Class #26


Class #27

Friday, July 2, 2010

Materials regarding exams


Some initial thoughts on taking exams

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Video by Prof. Bridget McCormick from the University of Michigan Law School.

Outlining

Links to short posts with good advice on preparing for exams

More links to short posts on advice on exams

Law School Exams 101
(lots of links to more readings, in case case you need more)

Podcast on preparing for exams
 
Sample question in three different formats

Sample MBE questions

Sample question and answer(s)

Fundamental lawyering skills
(note: I did not prepare this question/answer)

Old exam #1

Old exam #2