Spring 2022 Exam Schedule

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Exam Notes:

  • You may take your remote exams wherever you wish. We urge you to use a location that has a reliable internet connection.
  • If you choose to take your exams in the law school building, we have reserved the rooms designated below as places to take the exams.
  • You may use other parts of the law school building to take exams, but those other locations are not reserved.
  • Reminder: spaces in the law school are available for you to use for studying but please do not study in rooms during the times those rooms are reserved for exams as the rooms should remain available for test-takers.

If severe weather disrupts your power/internet affecting your exams:

  • If you lose power or internet prior to an exam and you are within reasonable driving distance to Topeka (and you are not home-bound due to COVID or health-related reasons), there are rooms in the law school that are reserved for exams. Rooms are usually lightly used and provide quiet settings with strong Wi-Fi for taking exams. See below for room numbers.
  • If you are not within driving distance of Topeka, public libraries generally offer good settings for exams. Most typically have strong Wi-Fi signals and quiet spaces that will be conducive to taking exams.
  • If you are without power or internet and neither of these options is feasible for you, or if you lose power or internet during an exam, please contact your professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, John Francis (john.francis@washburn.edu or (785) 670-1662). We will work to find a solution that permits you to finish exams as scheduled.

Note: You may NOT enroll in two courses being examined at the same time of the day.

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

See Grades information for expected posting date.

Updated: May 5, 2022, 1:20 p.m.

Prior to Regular Exam Period

  • Fundamentals of Real Estate Law (Boyack) - Friday, April 22, 2021.

Week 1

  May 2, 2022
May 3, 2022
May 4, 2022
May 5, 2022
May 6, 2022
8 a.m.

Elder Law – Donaldson (Room 100)

Criminal Procedure II - Maag (Room 100)

White Collar Crime - Ramirez (Room 114)

Conflict of Laws - Warner (Room 102)

Federal Courts - Glashausser (Room 102)

Torts: Prod. & Privacy - Butler (Room 100)

E-Discovery - Carpenter (online) (2-hour timed exam available via D2L from 5/5-5/11)

Human Trafficking Law in the United States - Hogan (Room 102)

1 p.m.

Prof. Respon. - Martin (Room 102)

Gender & Law - Sheldon-Sherman (Room 102)

Civil Procedure I (A) - Glashausser (Room 102)

Civil Procedure I (B) - Butler (Room 114)

Evidence - Ramirez (Room 102)

Remedies - Griggs, M. (Room 102)

Employment Discrim. - Mastrosimone (Room 100)

Immigration Law - Sharma-Crawford (Room 114)

Week 2

  May 9, 2022
May 10, 2022
May 11, 2022
May 12, 2022
May 13, 2022
8 a.m.

Contracts (A) - Sourgens (Room 100)

Contracts (B) - Boyack (Room 102)

Multistate Legal Analysis -
Griggs, M. (online)
(3-hour timed exam;
starting time will occur
within a 48-hour window
of time.)

Legislation - Rubenstein (Room 102)

Copyright - Judd (Room 100)

Children in the Law - Roberts (Room 100)

Crim Pro I - Hodgkinson (Room 114)

Constitutional Law I (A) - Rubenstein (Room 114)

Constitutional Law I (B) - Jackson, JD (Room 102)

1 p.m.

D.E. & Trusts - Grant
(Online timed exam;
starting time will
occur within a 48-hour
window of time.)

Constitutional Law II - Martin (Room 114)

Sports Law - Lauritsen (Room 100)

Nat. Res. Law & Policy - Griggs, B. (Room 102)


Law & Accounting - Fenley (Room 120)

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.