Washington university school of Law

Seminar Enrollment Information – Fall 2003 and Spring 2004

1/13/04

SEMINARS WITH OPENINGS
FALL 2003

SPRING 2004

Seminar Name (Prof.)

# of Openings

Seminar Name

# of Openings

Env. & Land Use Litigation (Mandelker) 1 * Criminal Process (Bracey) 2

Lawyering for Social Justice (Flagg)

4  *

Tort Theory (Ellis)

1

Perspectives on Property Law (Gunn) 2 *    
Tax Policy (Staudt) 5 *    
White Collar Crime (Brickey) 1 *    

* After Fri, Aug. 29, students may add only with permission of professor (have prof. sign "Seminar Add/drop" from found by student mailboxes or on Registrar's Office website).
   
FULL SEMINARS / # ON WAITLIST
FALL 2003   SPRING 2004

Seminar Name

Professor

# onWaitlist

 

Seminar Name

Professor

# on Waitlist

Death Penalty

Barnes

0

 

Appellate Brief Writing

La Pierre

47

Genetics Ethics, Law & Policy

Dresser

21

 

Feminist Legal Theory

Rosenbury

2

Immigrants’ Rights

Legomsky

1

 

Legal Ethics

Clark

10

Int'l Investment Law Mutharika 0  

Litigation: Policy, Rules, Strategies & Related Issues

Norwood

33

Law & Economics of Patents

Kieff

4

 

Reorganization

Keating/Palans/ Schermer

0

        Socialist Law in Transition Foster 0

Privacy Law

Richards

7

     

* Note that the waitlists tend to be inflated because many students’ names are on numerous seminar waitlists.  

* Students interested in being enrolled in or waitlisted for one of the above seminars should email Colleen Erker at erker@wustl.edu.  Seminar waitlists are kept by hand in the Registrar's Office so that students can be on numerous seminar waitlists without it affecting their 21 maximum # of credits.l  If an opening becomes available for you, you will be contacted by email.


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