COURSES LIKELY TO BE OFFERED
IN THE SPRING 2003 SEMESTER

The courses listed below do not include Advanced Research, Legal Drafting, Trial Advocacy, or clinical courses.

DAY DIVISION
The following courses are likely to be offered in the Day Division in the Spring 2003 semester. There is no guarantee, however, that all of these courses will, in fact, be offered. Additional courses will likely be added. (4:00) indicates courses likely to be offered at 4:00 in the Spring.

Accounting for Lawyers
Administrative Law
Advanced Torts
Alternative Dispute Resolution (4:00)
Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Litigation (4:00)
Business Entity Transactions
Business Organizations
Commercial Law: Payment Systems
Complex Litigation
Conflict of Laws
Consumer Health Benefits (4:00)
Criminal Procedure: Adjudicative Process
Disability Law (4:00)
Employee Benefits
Employment Discrimination
Environmental Law Clinic
Environmental Law Externship
Energy Law (4:00)
Estates and Trusts
Evidence
Family and Employment-Based Immigration Practice (4:00)
Family Law
First Amendment
Genetics and the Law
Illinois Civil Procedure
Immigration Law & Policy
Insurance Law (4:00)
International Business Transactions
International Intellectual Property
Internet Law
Law of Privacy
Legislative Advocacy
Mediation (4:00)
Medical Malpractice (4:00)
Negotiations (4:00)
Personal Income Tax (4:00)
Professional Responsibility
Remedies
Sports Law (4:00)
Tax Fraud and Related Crimes (4:00)
Tax Planning for International Business (4:00)
Tax Procedure (4:00)
Taxation of Business Enterprises

EVENING DIVISION
The following courses are likely to be offered in the Evening Division in the Spring 2003 semester. There is no guarantee, however, that all of these courses will, in fact, be offered. Additional courses will likely be added. (4:00) indicates courses likely to be offered at 4:00 in the Spring.

Administrative Law
Alternative Dispute Resolution (4:00)
Antitrust
Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Litigation (4:00)
Business Organizations
Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
Conflict of Laws
Consumer Health Benefits (4:00)
Criminal Procedure: Adjudicative Process
Disability Law (4:00)
Employee Benefits
Employment Relationships
Energy Law (4:00)
Entertainment Law
Environmental Law and Policy 2
Estate Planning
Estates & Trusts
Evidence
Family and Employment-Based Immigration Practice (4:00)
Federal Courts
Gift and Estate Tax
Illinois Civil Procedure
Insurance (4:00)
Intellectual Property for Corporate Lawyers
International Business Transactions
International Human Rights
International Law
Land Use
Law of Trade Secrets
Mediation
Medical Malpractice (4:00)
Negotiations
Patent Office Practice
Personal Income Tax (4:00)
Professional Responsibility
Remedies
Sports Law (4:00)
Tax Fraud and Related Crimes (4:00)
Tax Planning for International Business (4:00)
Tax Procedure (4:00)
Taxation of Business Enterprises
Trademarks and Unfair Competition

SEMINARS
The following seminars are likely to be offered in the Spring 2003 semester. A number of additional seminars will be added to this list; some may be deleted. (E) indicates seminars likely to be offered in the Evening Division in the Spring; some of the seminars not currently listed as Evening seminars may be scheduled in the Evening Division. Most of the rest of the seminars will be offered at 4:00.

Advanced Evidence (E)
Current Issues in Environmental Law
European Union
International Criminal Law
Jurisprudence
Philosophy of the Criminal Justice System (E)
Public Sector Employees
Tax Fraud and Related Crimes
White Collar Crime

LONDON CONSORTIUM
Chicago-Kent is part of a consortium of law schools that sponsors a Spring semester in London each year. See § 1.27 of the Student Handbook or talk to Dean Sowle for details. The following courses will be offered in the Consortium program in the Spring 2003 term:

Arts & Entertainment Law
British Legal Externship Program
Criminal Procedure - Investigations
English Legal System
European Union Law
Federal Courts
International Human Rights
Natural Resources Law
Real Estate Transactions
Secured Transactions - Article 9