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Law 11- Civil Litigation - Spring 2007 - Section # 0337 - Prof Manny Rose - http://lamission.edu/law/faculty/rose - login to class - login information - http://profj.us/login

law home page - http://lamission.edu/law - look at classwiki - http://litigationlaw.pbwiki.com/ - important dates - http://www.lamission.edu/calendar.aspx - good summary of Civil Procedure - see course description - http://www.lamission.edu/disciplines/law.html

 

Work in law 1 is due on Wednesdays at 11:30 pm - no late work please - http://profj.us/late

 

Week 1 - Due 2-14-07

 

 

Week 2 - Due 2-21-07

 

Week 3 - Due 2-28-07

  • Read Chapter 2 - Informal Fact Gathering and Investigation - http://profj.us/26sp/law11/outlinech2.htm
  • #6 Read and Analyze elements necessary to prove slip and fall Alcaraz case
  • #7 Prepare slip and fall lawsuit - under "assignments"
  • Test #B Codes Quiz - under "tests"

 

Week 4 - Due 3-07-07

  • Read Chapter 3 - Case Evaluation & Strategy see case evaluation lecture notes
  • #8 Unauthorized Practice of law - Alredo case - listen to podcast
  • Test #C Draft and submit Dogbite Lawsuit - under "tests"

 

Week 5 - Due 3-14-07

  • no chapter to read
  • #9 Case Evaluation Hypothetical and Discuss - under assignments
  • Test D Administrative Remedies and Judicial Review ("Big Beef Lawsuit")

 

Week 6 - Due 3-21-07

  • Read Chapter 4 - Parties and Jurisdiction
  • #10 L.A. Superior Court - under "assignments"
  • #11 Analyze Landmark Jurisdiction Cases - under "assignments"
  • Test #E Apply your Knowledge to Jurisdiction - under "tests"

 

Week 7 - Due 3-28-07

  • Read Chapter 5 - Pleadings
  • #12 Pleadings Discussion - under "assignments"
  • #13 Research Problem - under "assignments"
  • Test #F Apply your Knowledge to Pleadings - under "tests"
  • Test G Necessary elements in plaintiffs' pleadings and defenses

 

Week 8 - Due 4-04-07

Spring Break

 

 

 

Week 9 - Due 4-11-07

  • Read Chapter 6 - Law and Motions
    1. 14 Practice preparing you own motion - under "assignments"
    2. Test H Submit Standard Complaint - under "tests"
    3. Test I Apply your Knowledge to Law and Motion - under "tests"

 

Week 10 - Due 4-18-07

  • Read Chapter 7 - Motions Practice
  • #15 Submit your Demurrer - under "assignments" - what is a demurrer? - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demurrer
  • Test #J Apply your Knowledge to Motions Practice - under "tests"

 

Week 11 - Due 4-25-07

  • Read Chapter 8 - Provisional Remedies
  • #16 Discuss problems with the TRO in the Gallo vs. Acuno Case - under "assignments"
  • Test #K Apply your knowledge to Provisional Remedies - under "tests"

 

Week 12 - Due 5-02-07

  • Read Chapter 10 - Discovery
  • #17 Submit your five (5) interrogatroeis - under "assignments"
  • Test L Apply your Knowledge to Discovery - under "tests"

 

Week 13 - Due 5-09-07

  • Read Chapter 11 - Settlements
  • #18 Calendaring and Fast Track - under "assignments"
  • #19 Review Settlement Conference Brief and answer questions - under "assignments"
  • Test M Apply your Knowledge to Settlements - under "tests"

 

Week 14 - Due 5-16-07

  • Read Chapter 12 - Trial Preparation
  • #20 Read "Getting Ready for Trial" and outline the steps to take in the last 100 days before trial - under "assignments"
  • Test N Apply your Knowledge to Trial Preparation and Appeal - under "tests"

 

Week 15 - Due 5-23-07

  • Read Chapter 13 - Enforcement of Judgments
  • no assignments
  • Test O Apply your Knowledge to Enforcement of Judgments - under "tests"


 

Scores and Grades

Tests 15 tests @ 100 points each = 1500

Assignments - 20 @ 100 points each = 2000

*************total points possible = 3500

 

A = 3150 points (or 90%)

B = 2800 points (or 80%)

C = 2450 points (or 70%)

D = 2100 points (or 60%)

 

A grade of C or greater is required to pass the class

  • above points subject to change upon notice to class

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