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Course Reserves for Next Semester

New England Law reserve materials are posted as received. If your course is not here, it means the professor has not submitted anything to this database, and has not notified the library of a TWEN or Lexis Web Course site.

Spring Semester

ADVANCED LEGAL RESEARCH
Flaherty
McCarthy
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Ence
AMERICAN INDIAN LAW
Dussias
BUSINESS & HUMAN RIGHTS
Laplante
BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS FOR LAWYERS
Bishop
CIVIL PROCEDURE II – D01
Friedman
CIVIL PROCEDURE II – D02
Sorenson
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – D01
Haynes
CONTEMPORARY POPULAR CRITICISM OF AMERICAN LAWYERS AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM
Teich
CONTRACT DRAFTING – D01
Moschella
CONTRACTS II – D02
Cooper
CONTRACTS II – E01
Bishop
CRIMINAL LAW – D01
Siegel
CRIMINAL LAW – D02
Eldred
CRIMINAL LAW – E01
Dortch-Okara
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE I – D01
Hansen
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE I – E01
Siegel
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS LAW
Sahatjian
ESTATE PLANNING
Schenkel
INTERNET LAW
Stanley
LAW & ETHICS OF LAWYERING – D02
Cooper
LAW & ETHICS OF LAWYERING – D03
Sorenson
LAWYERING PROCESS
Engler
NEGOTIATION
Effron
PATENT LITIGATION
Singer
PROPERTY II – D01
Greenberg
PROPERTY II – D02
Karol
PROPERTY II – E01
Teich
RACE AND THE LAW
Walker
REFUGEE AND ASYLUM LAW
Haynes
SCHOOL GOVERNANCE AND TEACHERS' RIGHTS
MacFarlane
SECURITIES REGULATION
Lelling
London
SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND LAW REFORM
Murphy
SPORTS LAW
VerSteeg
TAXATION OF BUSINESS ENTITIES
Hyman
TRADEMARKS & UNFAIR COMPETITION
VerSteeg
TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE
Laplante
UCC: NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS & PAYMENT SYSTEMS
Monserud