New Intersession to Offer Areas of Intensive Study

Washington University Law will be introducing an intersession during January 7-11, 2008, allowing upper-level students for the first time to take a 1-unit course in a subject that enriches their curriculum. These classes will be taught by noted judges, practicing attorneys, professors, and other legal professionals.

The course offerings will include:

  •  Problems in Corporate Law taught by Chancellor William B. Chandler III of the Delaware Court of Chancery;
  • The Supreme Court in Wartime: World War II Through the War on Terrorism taught by Judge John Ferren of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals;
  • WTO Law and East Asia taught by Professor Nohyoung Park of Korea University.
  • Chapter 11 Strategies for the Business Lawyer taught by attorneys Mark Prager and Jill Murch of Foley & Lardner;
  • Introduction to Intellectual Property taught by lecturer David Deal, administrative director of the law school’s Intellectual Property and Business Formation Legal Clinic and acting associate director of the Center for Research on Innovation & Entrepreneurship;
  • Introduction to Law Firm Practice taught by attorney Michael Downey of Fox & Galvin; and
  • Negotiation co-taught by Washington University Law Dean Kent Syverud and Associate Professor Rebecca Hollander-Blumhoff.