Fall 1999 Course Information -- Updates.
Additional Section of Legal Drafting: We have added an additional General Practice section of Legal Drafting to the Fall schedule. It will be taught by Prof. Williams on Tuesdays from 4:00 to 5:50 p.m. (section number 424-009). If you are interested in registering for this section, please file an add-drop form in the Registrar's office. Seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Constitutional Law: The instructor for section 275-003, listed as TBA on the initial Fall schedule, with be Mark Rosen, a new tenure-track member of the Chicago-Kent faculty.
Consumer Health Benefits: The instructor for this course, listed as TBA on the initial Fall schedule, will be Ed Kraus, a new member of our clinical faculty.
Criminal Procedure: Investigative Process: The evening section of this course will be taught by Professor Sanford Greenberg, not Prof. Thomas.
Futures Regulation: Students registered for this course were notified recently that the course was being canceled due to the instructors becoming unexpectedly unavailable to teach the course. We are working on getting a possible replacement instructor; if we are successful, the course will be reinstated, and all students previously enrolled in the course will be notified.
Health Law Clinic: The instructor for this clinic, listed as TBA on the initial Fall schedule, will be Ed Kraus.
Legal Drafting (section 424-051): The instructor for this section will be Prof. Zamparo, not Prof. Mecklenburg.
Fall 1999 Initial Reading Assignments and Course Books. Reading assignments for the first week of the Fall semester will be posted on the Chicago-Kent Intranet page (http://ck.kentlaw.edu/) no later than Friday, August 6, under the Registrar's heading. If you will not have Internet access in August, please notify us that you would like a paper copy mailed to you by sending me an e-mail (SSOWLE) with the address where you can be reached over the summer. Assignments not received by August 6 will be posted on the second-floor bulletin board as they are received.
You may ask the bookstore to hold your Fall course books for you when
they arrive, or for an extra fee you may request that the books be mailed
to you over the summer. If you would like to take advantage of either
of these options, stop by the bookstore or call 312/906-5605. In
addition, you may order your course books over the web by going to the
following web site: http://www.follett.com
(click on Finding a Bookstore; then the State of Illinois; and then Illinois
Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent Bookstore).
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