UNM School of Law Spring 2015 Schedule

First Year 2015 Spring Schedule

January 7 through April 22

Revised: 12/17/2014
CRN Course # Course Title CR Day(s) Time(s) Room Instructor
25167 512-001 Civil Procedure I 03 MWTh 2:30-3:20 2405 Occhialino
25169 512-002 Civil Procedure I 03 MWTh 2:30-3:20 2401 Mathewson
45090 512-003 Civil Procedure I 03 MWTh 2:30-3:20 2402 Wang
25171 513-001 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 10:00- 10:50 2405 Homer
25182 513-002 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 10:00- 10:50 3416 Stout
25184 513-003 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 10:00-10:50 2405 England
25186 513-004 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 10:00- 10:50 2406 Jaramillo, L.
25183 513-005 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 1:00-1:50 2406 Homer
45938 513-006 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 1:00-1:50 3402 Stout
45939 513-007 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 1:00-1:50 TBA England
513-008 Elements of Legal Argumentation II 03 TThF 1:00-1:50 TBA Jaramillo, L.
25161 501-001 Introduction to Constitutional Law 03 TF 11:00-12:15 2402 Sidhu
25162 501-002 Introduction to Constitutional Law 03 TF 11:00-12:15 2404 Herring
40276 501-003 Introduction to Constitutional Law 03 TWF 11:00-11:50 2401 Bach
25163 508-001 Property I 04 MW
Th
9:00-10:15
9:00-9:50
2401 Baum
25165 508-002 Property I 04 MW
Th
9:00-10:15
9:00-9:50
2402 Ritchie
43209 508-003 Property I 04 MW
Th
9:00-10:15
9:00-9:50
2402 Gauna.
First-years may take one upper class elective marked with an $ in the "Notes" column on the Upper Class schedule. The following elective class is for 1L students only up to 12 students.
48675 593-007 Contract Design & Drafting 02 M
W
1:00-2:15
1:00-1:50
2403 Hart

First-years may take one elective.

Upper Class 2015 Spring Schedule

Upper Class Electives

CRN Course # Course Title Notes CR Day(s) Time(s) Room(s) Cap Instructor
34620 605-001 Advanced Constitutional Rights (For students previously enrolled in Con. Rights 526/Ellis Fall 2014)   02 TTh 11:00-11:50 2405 PS Ellis
42823 593-048 Advanced DWI - Prosecution(Enrollment requires prior approval of instructor. Contact: kitzmueller@law.unm.edu) V % 01
02
TBA TBA TBA PS Kitzmueller
47667 593-011 Advanced Torts Seminar WS 03 TTh 8:30-9:45 TBA 12 Hughes, S.
25101 593-018 Appellate Decision Making: NM Court of Appeals (Class meets at the Court of Appeals - Pamela Minzner Building) DC 03 F 10:30-12:20 COA 12 Sutin/
Bustamante/
Banks
37568 593-004 Appellate Law and Practice (Continuation of Law 593-028 Appellate Law and Practice from Fall 2014 semester) DC 03 F 2:00-4:00 2503 PS Herrmann S./
Fashing
41537 593-037 Arbitration   03 MW 2:30-3:45 3406 20 Hughes
47088 629-001 Bankruptcy   03 MW 9:30-10:45 2404 40 Martin
48327 593-021 Business & Transactional Drafting DC; 03 TTh 1:00-2:15 2533 15 Tu
33939 606-001 Civil Procedure II   04 MW
Th
9:30-10:45
10:00-10:50
2401 60 Occhialino
28316 593-013 Climate Change Seminar WS 03 T 2:30-5:20 TBA 12 Murchison
34425 593-025 Criminal Law in Indian Country $ 03 TTh 1:00-2:15 3402 30 Creel
39460 730-001 Criminal Law in Practice (Field experience AR) (Pre-req's.: Evidence & Ethics, 3L preference) (Cannot be taken in the same semester as DWI-DV Prosecution or Clinic) (After 1st class, meets Down Town, ABQ) % 04 T 11:30-1:30 DT 14 Romero
51787 629-001 Criminal Procedure I   03 MW 1:00-2:15 TBA 60 Creel
39459 627-001 Criminal Procedure II (Bail to Jail)   03 TTh 1:00-2:15 2402 60 Bergman
48678 593-014 Criminal Sentencing Seminar WS 03 W 4:00-6:50 TBA 12 Sidhu, D.
32595 593-005 DWI Prosecution in Practice (Plus 10 hours of fieldwork per week) (Pre-req. or co-req.:Ethics & Evidence) (Cannot be taken in the same semester as Criminal Law in Practice)   04 T 2:30-4:20 3313 8 Kitzmueller
51786 582-001 Economic Development Indian Country DC 03 MW 10:30-11:45 TBA 12 Wolfley
48684 516-001 Entertainment Law $ 02 M 4:00-5:50 3410 25 Burr, S.
50635 593-029 Environmental Survey   03 MWF 10:30-11:20 TBA 20 Staff
45934 593-003 Employment Discrimination   03 TTh 8:30-9:45 TBA 35 Wang
12182 750-001 Ethics   03 TTh 4:00-5:15 2402 70 Slease
37570 593-015 Experts in Litigation DC 03 W 2:30-5:20 2403 15 Bergman/
Blackwell
51788 533-001 Family Law   03 TTh 2:30-3:45 3402 25 Steadman, S.
25190 552-001 Federal Jurisdiction   03 MW 2:30-3:45 2402 60 Wolfley
39756 593-028 Federal Motions Practice(will meet downtown after 1st class on campus) DC 02 W 3:00-4:50 DT 8 Molzen
50634 593-020 Focused Bar Strategies   01 Th 2:30-3:25 TBA 30 TBA
51785 531-001 Health Law   3 MW 1:00-2:15 TBA 20 Schwartz/
Pareja, M.
53105 541-001 Human Rights Seminar WS 03 TTh 1:00-2:15 TBA 12 Moore, J.
51790 667-001 Immigration Law   03 W 4:15-7:05 3406 25 Kitson, R.
21260 584-001 Indian Law   03 TTh 8:30-9:45 3211 20 LaVelle
  594-001 Individual Research (Student selects professor) (Registration code issued after completed forms have been received by Registrar) V 01
02
03
AR AR AR UL  
39048 593-006 Innocence & Justice (continues from Fall 2013)   03 M 5:00-7:50 2403 12 Schmidt-Nowara/
Rahn
48217 691-001 Intellectual Property Law   03 MW 09:30-10:45 3410 20 Burr
32067 505-001 International Law $ 03 TF 8:30-9:45 2402 30 Moore
43202 593-010 Introduction to Natural Resources and Environmental Law $ 02 MW 1:00-1:50 2406 30 Gauna
45091 593-050 Jurisdiction Indian Country $ 03 T 5:00-7:15 TBA 24 LaVelle
51793 537-001 Labor Law $ 03 MW 4:00-5:15 2401 40 Bach, G.
43221 635-001 Land Use Regulation   03 Th 4:15-6:45 2406 20 Miller
45933 593-002 Lawyering in the Digital Age   02 T 2:30-4:20 3406 20 Norwood
39051 593-022 Legal Research (2L students only)   02 Th 2:30-4:20 2404

20

Siek
43204 593-023 Legal Research (2L students only)   02 Th 2:30-4:20 2405 20 Longa
32068 593-027 Legal Research (2L students only)   02 F 10:00-11:50 2404 20 Rigual
41514 550-001 Mediation % 02 F: Feb. 6
Sa: Feb.7
Su: Feb. 8
F: Feb. 20
Sa: Feb. 21
Su: Feb. 21
TBA 3416 20 Weems
41532 593-036 Mental Health & Intellectual Disability WS 03 MW 2:30-3:45 TBA 12 Ellis, J.
51792 565-001 Natural Resources   03 TTh 1:00-2:15 TBA 40 Ritchie, A.
39050 593-038 Non-Profit Entities DC 03 TTh 8:30-9:45 2503 12 Desiderio
47322 593-045 Poverty Law   02 F: Jan. 7
F: Jan. 23
F: Jan. 30
F: Feb. 6
F: Feb. 13
F: Feb. 30
F: Feb. 27
12:30-4:15 2404 30 Gilley
51795 623-001 Sales of Goods   03 TTh 8:30-9:45 2404 30 Tu, K.
50327 643-001 Spanish for Lawyers II (Intermediate level proficiency)   02 M 4:15-6:05 3402 12 Torrez
43014 593-012 Sports Law Seminar WS 03 W 4:00-6:50 2533 12 Mathewson
42666 593-043 Taking & Defending Depositions (2 weekends) % 02 F: Mar. 20
Sa: Mar. 21 5
Su: Mar. 22
F: Mar. 10
Sa: April 11
Su: April 12
1:00-6:00
9:00-5:45
8:45-4:45
1:00-6:00
8:45-4:45
9:00-5:00
3416 20 Scholl
51794 566-001 Tax Business Enterprises   03 MWF 8:30-9:20 TBA 30 Pareja, S.
12092 517-001 Trial Practice Workshop (Pre-req.: Law 532-Evidence) (Not available to those currently or previously enrolled in ETP)   03 T 6:00-8:50 2525/3410 12 Scholl
41531 593-035 Wrongful Convictions $ 02 T 2:00-3:50 2405 40 Rahn

Clinics/Externships

CRN Course # Course Title Notes CR Day(s) Time(s) Room Cap Instructor
25063 729-001 Advanced Clinic (Ethics required) (Enrollment requires prior permission of Clinic Director April Land. Contact: land@law.unm.edu) V 01
02
03
AR AR AR PS Land
37572 725-001 Alternative Dispute Resolution Externship (Ethics recommended) (Enrollment requires prior approval of instructor. Contact: bach@law.unm.edu) V 02
03
M 11:00-11:50 2403 PS Bach
33953 728-001 Business & Tax Clinic (Pre-req. or co-req.: Ethics)   06 T
W
Th
10:00-11:50
10:30-11:20
11:00-12:15
2503 PS Butler / Pareja M.
    Clinic Large Group Meeting     T
W
Th
10:00-11:50
10:30-11:20
11:00-12:15
2404 PS All Clinic Instructors
12164 726-001 Community Lawyering Clinic (Pre-req. or co-req.: Ethics)   06 T
W
Th
10:00-11:50
10:30-11:20
11:00-12:15
2533 PS Cannon
12165 726-002 Community Lawyering Clinic (Pre-req. or co-req.: Ethics)   06 T
W
Th
10:00-11:50
10:30-11:20
11:00-12:15
2504 PS Carey
12176 744-001 Judicial Externship (Ethics recommended) (Enrollment requires prior approval of instructor. Contact: bach@law.unm.edu) V 02
03
M 11:00-11:50 2403 PS Bach
12171 740-001 Law Practice Clinic (Pre-req. or co-req.: Ethics)   06 T
W
Th
10:00-11:50
10:30-11:20
11:00-12:15
2531 PS Suzuki
12163 721-001 Law Program Externship (Ethics recommended) (Enrollment requires prior approval of instructor. Contact:bach@law.unm.edu) V 02
03
M 11:00-11:50 2403 PS Bach
12168 727-001 Southwest Indian Law Clinic (Pre-req.: An Indian Law Topic Course)(Pre-req. or co-req.: Ethics)   06 T
W
Th
10:00-11:50
10:30-11:20
11:00-12:15
2525 PS Taylor, S.

Journals

CRN Course # Course Title Notes CR Day(s) Time(s) Room Cap Instructor
40263 593-031 Natural Resources Journal II PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Gauna
47719 569-002 Natural Resources Journal IV PS % 02 AR AR AR PS Gauna
44869 639-001 New Mexico Law Review II PS % 02 M 2:30-4:20 2403 PS Sidhu/Bell
25546 669-001 New Mexico Law Review IV PS % 02 AR AR AR PS Sidhu
25528 598-001 Tribal Law Journal II-Staff PS % 01 M 9:30-10:20 3416 PS Taylor
25529 586-001 Tribal Law Journal IV-Editor PS % 02 M 9:30-10:20 3416 PS Taylor

Competitions

CRN Course # Course Title Notes CR Day(s) Time(s) Room Cap Instructor
38925 593-008 Animal Law Moot Court Competition PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Baum
34428 646-001 Environmental Law Moot Court Competition PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Ruscavage-Barz
47086 558-001 Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Mathewson
39534 556-001 National Hispanic Moot Court Competition PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Zamora
25316 567-001 National Mock Trial Competition PS % 02 AR AR AR PS Scholl
25314 563-001 National Moot Court Competition (ABA) PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Ricco
37859 559-001 National Native American Moot Court Competition PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Creel/LaVelle/Wolfley
47089 661-001 Williams Institute Moot Court Competition PS % 01 AR AR AR PS Homer
Notes

  = Course offered in the Fall, Spring, & Summer
%  = Course grades CR/C-, D+, D, D-, F
UL = Unlimited enrollment
AR = Arranged
S   = Seminar
WS  = Meets writing seminar requirement
D = Meets drafting class requirement
DT = Classes will meet in Downtown Albuquerque (details and exact location will be announced at the first class meeting)
$   = Open to first-year students
PS = Pre-selected enrollment
V   = Variable credits
TBA = To Be Announced
Z = Does not meet clinical requirement
CR/NC = Credit/No Credit

 Su = Sunday     M = Monday     T = Tuesday     W = Wednesday     Th = Thursday     F = Friday    Sa = Saturday