Winter Intersession and Spring 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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NOTE: Washburn has applied for an extension of the COVID variance on distance education credits into Spring 2022. If the ABA grants the request, we will continue to operate as we currently are regarding distance education credits.
The ABA is not expected to act on the application until late November.

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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Updated: November 29, 2021, 3:55 p.m.

Winter 2022 Intersession Courses (Monday 1/3/2022-Saturday 1/15/2022)

Intersession Week 1

COURSE CREDIT PROFESSOR TIME ROOM EXAM
Collaborative Law 1 Booth Monday, 1/3-Friday, 1/7
1:00-4:30 p.m.
114 N/A

Intersession Week 2

COURSE CREDIT PROFESSOR TIME ROOM EXAM
Child Advocacy Training 1 Elrod Tuesday, 1/11-Friday, 1/14
8:30 a.m.-noon
120 Take-home final due Sunday, 1/16
Fundamentals of Oral Argument 1 Pickering / Maag Sunday, 1/9-Friday, 1/14
9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
102, Courtroom Final Arguments, Saturday, 1/15

Intersession - Barbados

COURSE CREDIT PROFESSOR TIME ROOM EXAM
Comparative Alternative Dispute Resolution 2 Leisinger Monday, 1/3-Friday, 1/14 synchronous via Zoom due to Covid travel restrictions;
with professors and
students from the
University of the West
Indies Faculty of Law
TBA

Spring Session Courses

Online Courses

  • Agricultural Law - McEowen (3 hours)
  • E-Discovery - Carpenter (2 hours)
  • International Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples - Kowalska (3 hours)
  • Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing for the Government Client - Jackson, Kate (2 hours)
  • Lawyering Competencies II - Jackson, J.T. (1 hour)
  • Leadership for Lawyers - Sneed (2 hours)
  • Multistate Legal Analysis - Griggs, M. (3 hours)

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


Spring 2022 Regular Course Schedule

* Courses below marked in green as "distance education" are not covered by the ABA variance and thus will count as distance education credits. See https://www.washburnlaw.edu/policies/academic.html#distanceed. Because ABA Standards restrict distance learning, students seeking to enroll in Third Year Anywhere™ should not take any distance education courses prior to their third year of law school.

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

Contracts (A) – Sourgens (100)

Con. Law I (B) – Jackson, J.D. (102) start 8:10, end 9:25

Clinic: Litigation (150) start 8:30

Clinic: Transact. – Jackson, J.T. (online) start 8:30

Nat. Res. Law & Policy – Griggs, B. start 8:15, end 9:25 (Zoom) (DE (distance education*))

Contracts (A) – Sourgens (100)

Con. Law I (B) – Jackson, J.D. (102) start 8:10, end 9:25

Clinic: Litigation (150) start 8:30

Clinic: Transact. – Jackson, J.T. (online) start 8:30

Contracts (A) – Sourgens (100)

Con. Law I (B) – Jackson, J.D. (102) start 8:10, end 9:25

Nat. Res. Law & Policy – Griggs, B. start 8:15, end 9:25 (Zoom) (DE (distance education*))

Civ Pro I (A) – Glashausser (102) start 9:05, end 10:30

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

Civ Pro I (A) – Glashausser (102) end 10:50

Civ Pro I (B) – Butler (100) end 10:50

Con. Law II – Martin (114)

Legislation – Rubenstein (150)

Copyright – Judd (327)

Constitutional Litigation – Rich (119)

LARW II (A1) – Matthews (327)

LARW II (A2) – Jackson, J.D. (119)

Criminal Pro. I – Hodgkinson (114)

D.E. & Trusts – Grant (100)

Trans. Drafting – Westbrook (125)

Federal Indian Law – Pratt/Follis (102) ends 11:35

Civ Pro I (A) – Glashausser (102) end 10:50

Civ Pro I (B) – Butler (100) end 10:50

Con. Law II – Martin (114)

Legislation – Rubenstein (150)

Copyright – Judd (327)

Constitutional Litigation – Rich (119)

Criminal Pro. I – Hodgkinson (114)

D.E. & Trusts – Grant (100)

Trans. Drafting – Westbrook (125)

Civ Pro I (B) – Butler (100) end 10:50

LARW II (A1) – Matthews (327) start 10:40, end 12:05

LARW II (A2) – Jackson, J.D. (119) start 10:40, end 12:05

Fund. of Real Estate Law – Boyack (114) start 10:00, end 12:05 [Meets 1/21, 2/4, 2/18, 3/4, 3/25, 4/8. Final exam on 4/22.]

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

Tax Policy – McMillan (119)

Oil & Gas Joint Ops. – Sourgens (327)

Adv. Legal Research – Miller (119)

Sports Law – Lauritsen (114)

Tax Policy – McMillan (119)

Oil & Gas Joint Ops. – Sourgens (327)

Adv. Legal Research – Miller (119)

Sports Law – Lauritsen (100)

 
12:05 p.m.-
1:45 p.m.
Lunch Programming Lunch Programming Lunch Programming Lunch Programming Lunch Programming
1:45 p.m.-
3:10 p.m.

Con. Law I (A) – Rubenstein (114) end 3:00

Contracts (B) – Boyack (120) end 3:00

Remedies – Griggs, M. (102)

Empl. Discrim. – Mastrosimone (100)

Tax. Bus. Enterprises – McMillan (327)

Immigration Law – Sharma-Crawford (150)

LARW II (B1) – Kowalska (150)

LARW II (B2) – Matthews (327)

LARW II (AB) – Mastrosimone (114)

LARW I (J) – Grant (120)

Prof. Responsibility – Martin (102)

Gender, Sexuality & the Law – Sheldon-Sherman (119)

Con. Law I (A) – Rubenstein (114) end 3:00

Contracts (B) – Boyack (120) end 3:00

Remedies – Griggs, M. (102)

Empl. Discrim. – Mastrosimone (100)

Tax. Bus. Enterprises – McMillan (327)

Con. Law I (A) – Rubenstein (114) end 3:00

Contracts (B) – Boyack (120) end 3:00

Prof. Responsibility – Martin (102)

Gender, Sexuality & the Law – Sheldon-Sherman (119)

LARW II (B1) – Kowalska (150)

LARW II (B2) – Matthews (327)

LARW II (AB) – Mastrosimone (114)

LARW I (J) – Grant (120)

Law Prac. Tech. – McBeth (102) end 2:40

Immigration Law – Sharma-Crawford (100)

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

Evidence – Ramirez (102)

Federal Courts – Glashausser (327) end 4:45

Torts: Product & Privacy – Butler (150) end 4:15

Crim. Appeal Advocacy – Hodgkinson (115) end 4:45

White Collar Crime – Ramirez (114) end 4:45

Conflict of Laws – Warner (102) end 4:45

Interviewing & Counseling – Leisinger (120)

Corporate Compliance – Westbrook (327)

Legal History Sem. – Griggs, B. (119)

Evidence – Ramirez (102)

Federal Courts – Glashausser (327) end 4:45

Torts: Product & Privacy – Butler (150) end 4:15

Advanced I.P. – Judd (119)

Crim. Appeal Advocacy – Hodgkinson (115) end 4:45

White Collar Crime – Ramirez (114) end 4:45

Conflict of Laws – Warner (102) end 4:45

Law in Context – Klinkner (100)

Pretrial Adv.: Crim. – Francis (120) end 4:45

Race and the Law – Butler (Zoom) (DE (distance education*))

5:30 p.m.-
7:35 p.m.

Trial Advocacy – Ossmann (114) end 6:55

Law & Accounting – Fenley (120)

Crim. Pro. II – Maag (100) end 6:55

Pretrial Adv.: Crim. – Francis (120, 100, 102, 114, 119) end 6:55

Elder Law – Donaldson (327)

Trial Advocacy – Ossmann (114, courtroom, 120, 102) end 6:55

Children in the Law – Roberts (119)

Crim. Pro. II – Maag (100) end 6:55

Jury Selection & Voir Dire - Pope (119) end 6:25

Human Trafficking Law in the United States – Hogan (Zoom) (DE (distance education*))

 
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.