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LAW D462: Integrated Transactional Program
Spring 2019 • Section To Be Determined

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.


Day/Time Location Note
M 6:00-7:15 PM Barrack 102 Professional Responsibility - Diana Lin
Th 4:30-5:45 PM Barrack 102 Professional Responsibility - Diana Lin
W 6:00-7:50 PM Klein 6A Transactional Practice II (Section 24) - Professor Robyn Pollack
W 6:00-7:50 PM Klein 6B Transactional Practice II (Section 23) - Professor Bill Burnett
W 6:00-7:50 PM Klein 7A Transactional Practice II (Section 22) - Professor Sam Warshawer
W 6:00-7:50 PM Klein 7B Transactional Practice II (Section 21) - Professor Katie O'Brien

Course Details

  • Diana Lin
Credit Hours

5 Credits



Course Type
  • Integrated Transactional Program
Course Modality


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)

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