Courses Subject to Mandatory Curve for Elective Courses
Fall 2001

The mandatory curve for elective courses, which applies to any elective course with 25 or more students enrolled, is as follows:
 

Grade GPA Points Cumulative %
A- 3.7 maximum of 30%
B+ 3.3 maximum of 50%
B- 2.7 maximum of 85%

Thus, a professor may give, cumulatively, no more than 30% A's and A-'s; no more than 50% A's, A-'s, and B+'s; and no more than 85% A's, A-'s, B+'s, B's, and B-'s.

The Fall 2001 courses subject to this curve are listed below:
 

Course Instructor
Appellate Courts and Procedure Steinman
Bankruptcy Harris, S.
Business Organizations Conviser
Business Organizations Brown, G.
Commercial Law: Survey (day and evening sections) Spak
Complex Litigation Steinman
Construction Law Stein
Copyright Law Staudt
Criminal Procedure: The Investigative Process Rudstein
Criminal Procedure: The Investigative Process Thomas
Employment Discrimination Gonzalez
Employment Relationships Smith
Estates and Trusts Sherman
Evidence Nance
Evidence Kling
Family Law Greene
Family Law Baker
Forensic Sciences Kling
International Law Brown, B.
Patent Law Holbrook
Patent Law Hulbert
Personal Income Tax (day section) Chapman
Remedies Eglit
Securities Regulation Moylan
Workers Compensation Law Eagle