Fall Intersession and Fall 2022 Class Schedule (Tentative)

Students enrolled in more than 12 credit hours may not work more than 20 hours per week. ABA Standard 304(f).

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The Law School does NOT anticipate extending use of the ABA variance on distance education credits into the Fall 2022 semester. All courses NOT designated as "Distance Education" will be offered in a fully in-person format. The Law School does NOT plan to offer in-person courses in a hybrid format during the 2022-2023 academic year unless circumstances develop to warrant a change.

NOTE: No student shall enroll in distance education courses until that student has completed instruction in a minimum of 28 credit hours toward the J.D. degree. No student may use more than 30 credit hours of distance education coursework towards satisfaction of the J.D. degree requirements.

You may enroll in courses that would require two exams on the same day, but you MUST take both exams on that day.

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1L Academic Planning Information Session by Dean Francis (April 7, 2022)

Updated: July 12, 2022, 2:50 p.m.

Fall Intersession

Class meets: Monday, August 15-Friday, August 19 OR Monday, August 22-Friday, August 26.

COURSE CREDITS PROFESSOR DAYS TIME ROOM EXAM
* Legal Research for Legal Scholars 1 Miller Mon, 8/15-Fri, 8/19 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 119 N/A
Advanced Evidence: Expert Witnesses 1 Ossmann / Wittman Mon, 8/22-Fri, 8/26 6:00-9:00 p.m. TBA N/A

Online Courses

  • Children in the Law – Dupree (2 hours)
  • Civil Procedure 2 – Bahadur (2 hours)
  • Decedents' Estates and Trusts - Grant (3 hours)
  • Insurance Law – Mendoza (3 hours)
  • Lawyering Competencies I – Martin/Leisinger (1 hour)
  • Multistate Legal Analysis – Griggs, M (3 hours)
  • Specialized Legal Research: Bus. & Tax – Sneed (2 hours)

The above fall session online courses will count against the online course credit per Washburn's and ABA's policies.


Fall 2022 Regular Course Schedule

Courses marked as "Distance Education" will count towards the 30 credit distance education limit established by ABA Standards. See https://www.washburnlaw.edu/policies/academic.html#distanceed. Because ABA Standards restrict distance learning, students seeking to enroll in the Third Year Anywhere™ should avoid enrolling in any distance education courses before their third year of law school.

TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
8:00 a.m.-
9:25 a.m.

Torts (A) – Bahadur (102) end 9:15

Appellate Practice – Hodgkinson (150) start 8:20; end 9:15

Criminal Law (B) – Francis (102)

Public International Law – Martin (Zoom; Distance Education)

Clinic: Litigation – Ewert, Chadwick, Wurtz (150/159) start 8:30; end 9:25

Torts (A) – Bahadur (102) end 9:15

Appellate Practice – Hodgkinson (150) start 8:20; end 9:15

Alternative Dispute Resolution – Krell (120) end 9:25

Criminal Law (B) – Francis (102)

Public International Law – Martin (Zoom; Distance Education)

Clinic: Litigation – Ewert, Chadwick, Wurtz (150/159) start 8:30; end 9:25

Torts (A) – Bahadur (102) end 9:15

Alternative Dispute Resolution – Krell (120) end 9:25

9:35 a.m.-
11:00 a.m.

Public Land Law – Griggs, B (119) start 9:30; end 10:25

Torts(B) – Mastrosimone (100) end 10:50

Business Associations – Westbrook (114) end 11:00

Constitutional Law II – Judd (102) end 11:00

LARW I (B1) – VAP (327) end 11:00

LARW I (B2) – Smith (119) end 11:00

Business Associations – Westbrook (114) end 11:00

Family Law Seminar – Elrod (120) end 11:20

Public Land Law – Griggs, B (119) start 9:30; end 10:25

Torts(B) – Mastrosimone (100) end 10:50

Constitutional Law II – Judd (102) end 11:00

LARW I (B1) – VAP (327) end 11:00

LARW I (B2) – Smith (119) end 11:00

Business Associations – Westbrook (114) end 11:00

Public Land Law – Griggs, B (119) start 9:30; end 10:25

Torts(B) – Mastrosimone (100) end 10:50

10:00 a.m.-
11:25 a.m.

Family Law – Elrod (120) end 11:25

Federal Courts – Judge Marten (150) end 11:25

Administrative Law – Rubenstein (100) end 11:25

Family Law – Elrod (120) end 11:25

Federal Courts – Judge Marten (150) end 11:25

Administrative Law – Rubenstein (100) end 11:25

 
10:30 a.m.-
11:55 p.m.

Taxation of Individual Income – McMillan (150) end 11:55

Arbitration – Sourgens (327) end 11:25

Writing for Law Practice – Ewert (Library Computer Lab) end 11:55

Criminal Law (A) – Francis (102) start 10:40; end 12:05

Taxation of Individual Income – McMillan (150) end 11:55

Arbitration – Sourgens (327) end 11:25

Writing for Law Practice – Ewert (Library Computer Lab) end 11:55

Criminal Law (A) – Francis (102) start 10:40; end 12:05

 

11:10 a.m.-
12:05 p.m.

Civ Pro II – Bahadur (100) end 12:05

 

Civ Pro II – Bahadur (100) end 12:05

 

 

12:05 p.m.-
1:45 p.m.
Lunch Programming Lunch Programming Lunch Programming Lunch Programming Lunch Programming

Professionalism Small Group Meetings
12:45-1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 8/30-9/9

• Study rooms S and T are on the 2nd floor of the library •
• Room 125 is on the 1st floor of the library •
• Study Room 400F is on the 4th floor of the library •

 

No
Small Group
Meetings
Scheduled

8/30, 9/6


Ben Gienke (Study Room S)


Caleb Hitz (Study Room T)


Miaeda Hutchinson (Study Room 400F)


Heather Kellum (Room 106)


Hannah Peterson (Room 119)


Nichole Smith (Room 321)


Mayda Stallbaumer (Room 125)

8/31, 9/7


Spencer Cook (Study Room S)


Kiley Deain (Study Room T)


Cameron Edens (Study Room 400F)


Melanie Harbaugh (106)


Emily Lauritsen (119)


Sarah Lynch-Chaput (321)


Elisabeth Wilder (125)

9/1, 9/8


Emma Hochman (Study Room S)


Derek Leiblie (Study Room T)


Carissa Occhipinto (Study Room 400F)


Gabby Stein (106)


Andrew Stewart (119)

9/2, 9/9


Christian Bertz (Study Room S)


Devin Canfield (Study Room T)


Noelle Relph (Study Room 400F)


Meg Sparrow (106)


Braden Sullivan (119)


Gabriel Walker (321)

1:45 p.m.-
3:10 p.m.

Property (A) – Sourgens (102) end 3:00

Property (B) – Griggs, B. (100) end 3:00

Evidence – Judge Marten (114) end 3:10

Crim. Appeal Advocacy – Hodgkinson (150) end 3:10

Employment Law – Mastrosimone (120) end 3:10

Law and Economics – McMillan (119) end 3:10

LARW I (A1) – Kowalska (150)

LARW I (A2) – Smith (327)

LARW I (AB) – VAP (119)

LARW II (J) – Matthews (120)

Prof. Responsibility – Griggs, M (114) end 3:10

Antitrust – Ramirez (102) end 3:00

Corp. Compliance: Law & Policy – Westbrook (125) end 3:15

Property (A) – Sourgens (102) end 3:00

Property (B) – Griggs, B. (100) end 3:00

Evidence – Judge Marten (114) end 3:10

Crim. Appeal Advocacy – Hodgkinson (150) end 3:10

Employment Law – Mastrosimone (120) end 3:10

Law and Economics – McMillan (119) end 3:10

LARW I (A1) – Kowalska (150)

LARW I (A2) – Smith (327)

LARW I (AB) – VAP (119)

LARW II (J) – Matthews (120)

Prof. Responsibility – Griggs, M (114) end 3:10

Antitrust – Ramirez (102) end 3:00

Jurisprudence – Krell (125); end 3:35

Property (A) – Sourgens (102) end 3:00

Property (B) – Griggs, B. (100) end 3:00

Evidence – Judge Marten (114) end 3:10

Domestic Violence – Hartz (120) end 4:45

3:20 p.m.-
5:20 p.m.

Intellectual Property – Judd (100) end 4:45

Constitutional History – Jackson (150) end 4:15

Employment Discrimination – Butler (327) end 4:45

LARW (LLM) – Kowalska (119) end 4:45

Artificial Intelligence & the Law – Rubenstein (106) end 4:10

Crim Pro I – Ramirez (102) start 3:45; end 5:10

Negotiation – Leisinger (100) end 5:20

Intellectual Property – Judd (100) end 4:45

Constitutional History – Jackson (150) end 4:15

Employment Discrimination – Butler (327) end 4:45

LARW (LLM) – Kowalska (119) end 4:45

Artificial Intelligence & the Law – Rubenstein (106) end 4:10

Crim Pro I – Ramirez (102) start 3:45; end 5:10

Law in Context – Baldwin (100) end 5:10

 

5:00 p.m.-
7:00 p.m.

 

 

Health Care Law and Policy – Hurst (119) end 7:00

 

 

5:30 p.m.-
6:55 p.m.

 

Pretrial Adv.: Civil – Slinkard (120, 102, 114, 119) end 6:55

 

Pretrial Adv.: Civil – Slinkard (120) end 6:55

 

Key to Colors
  • Blue = First-Year required courses.
  • Red = Upper-Level required courses.
  • Green = Distance education counts against 30 credit limit (see note in schedule).
  • Black = Upper-Level elective courses.