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LAW D462: Integrated Transactional Program
Fall 2017 • Section DTP • CRN 22591

Course Description

"Integrated Transactional Practice" is an innovative course package which combines Trusts and Estates, Professional Responsibility and transactional skills, such as interviewing, negotiation, counseling and drafting into a two-semester, ten-credit sequence. The course centers around six realistic client files which involve one family (except for a single pro bono matter). The simulation course work with these clients occurs in the two skills sections: Transactional Practice I and II. This includes counseling the mother regarding the disposition of shares of a family business under her will, negotiating and selling a piece of property from an estate, and selling the entire family business. Along the way, one of the children gets married and the mother seeks to persuade him to negotiate a prenuptial agreement, and later the son organizes a charitable business and has to face an IRS agent in an examination of organizational activities.


Schedule

Day/Time Location Note
M 6:00-7:15 PM Barrack 102 Trusts & Estates
Th 4:30-5:45 PM Barrack 102 Trusts & Estates
W 6:00-7:50 PM TBA Transactional Practice I: Sec. 21 (Bosio) in K6A, Sec. 22 (Halber) in K6B, Sec. 23 (Chen) in K7A, Sec. 24 (Blum) in K7B

Course Details

Instructor
  • Robert Bartow
Credit Hours

5 Credits

Seats/Capacity

40

Course Type
  • Integrated Transactional Program
Course Modality

Classroom

Fulfills J.D. Requirement
  • Writing Serial
  • Experiential/Professional Skills

Registration Info

Registration Notes

To participate in ITP, request the Integrated Transactional Program in SSB using CRN 22591 (further info is on the Web site). ITP courses are: (Fall) Trusts and Estates 602-021 and Transactional Practice I 462 (4 sections), (Spring) Professional Responsibility 416-021 and Transactional Practice II 463 (4 sections). Students may elect to have ITP fulfill either 4 credits of Experiential coursework or the Serial Writing requirement (but not both). Part of a two semester, ten credit course package. See course description.

Equivalent Courses

You may not register for this course if you are enrolled in or have already taken the following:

  • LAW D460 (ITAP)

Book List/Materials

To see the books for ITP, go to the Barnes & Noble web site, click the “Find Textbooks” tab, and select the following 2 courses: JUDO 462 section DTP and JUDO 602 section 021. (The tab below does not link to the above sections.)