Book Lists

 

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LISTED BELOW ARE THE BOOKLISTS FOR UPCOMING SEMESTERS.  AS YOU CONTINUE TO SCROLL DOWN YOU WILL FIND BOOKLISTS FOR THE FOLLOWING SEMESTERS:

  • Winter 2015 Intersession
  • Spring 2015 Entering Students

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                                       BOOKLIST FOR THE WINTER 2015 INTERSESSION 

 

Listed below are the required and optional books needed to attend courses at Thomas Jefferson School of

Law in the Winter 2015 Insession. Please review your schedule and purchase the books needed to attend

the courses listed on your schedule. 

 

Course

Books(s)

Alternative Dispute Resolution

§543.1

Professor Brown

A Human Being Died That Night : A South African Story of Forgiveness (Gobodo-Madikizela), 2003, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, ISBN: 978-0618211890

The Little Book of Restorative Justice (Zehr), 2002, Good Books, ISBN: 978-1561483761

Between Bengeance and Forgiveness: Facing Hisstory after Genocide and Mass Violence (Minow), 1999, Beacon Press, ISBN: 978-0807045077

 

California Legal Research

§544.1

Professor Templo

No course book required.

Comics & the Law

§545.1

Professor Schwabach

No course book required.

Intensive Negotiation Workshop

§546.1

Professor Harbaugh

There is no required book that you need to purchase for this class.  On January 5, 2015 you will receive an email with either a workbook attached or instructions on where to view your workbook online.  The class will be divided into 2 groups with each group receiving a different workbook.  Please DO NOT DO ANY READING from the workbook in advance of class.

 

Introduction to Mediation

§423.1

Professor Cobalt

The Mediator's Handbook: Revised and Expanded Fourth Edition (Beer), 2012, Edition, New Society, ISBN: 978-0865717220

 

Oral Argument of Criminal Motions

§256.1

Professor Kennedy

No course book required.

 

 

                                 BOOKLIST FOR SPRING 2015 ENTERING STUDENTS 

 

Listed below are the required and optional books needed to attend courses at Thomas Jefferson School of

Law in the Spring 2015 semester. Please review your schedule and purchase the books needed to attend

the courses listed on your schedule. 

 

Course

Book(s)

Civil Procedure I

§103.1
Prof. Cromer Young

 

Sign up for the Civil Procedure course online for www.chartacourse.com.

Civil Procedure I

§103.2
Prof. Slomanson

 

The textbook for this course is an online textbook which you can access for free at http://www.tjsl.edu/slomansonb/FED_CP1_e-book.html.

 

Although the Rules supplement is online (at the above web address) students can obtain an OPTIONAL print copy of the rules from LegalPub.com, Federal Civil Rules Booklet (2014 edition).

 

Contracts I

§101.1

Prof. Golden

 

 

Contracts: Cases and Materials (Farnsworth), 8th Edition, Foundation Press, ISBN: 978-1609300975

Selections for Contracts (Farnsworth), 2013, West, ISBN: 978-1609303617

 

Contracts I

§101.2

Prof. Greene

 

 

Problems in Contract Law: Cases and Materials (Knapp), 7th Edition, Aspen, ISBN: 978-0735598225

Rules of Contract Law 2012-2013 Statutory Supplement (Knapp), 2012-2013, Aspen, ISBN: 978-1454818564

 

Lawyering Skills

All

Prof. Harkins

 

 

Expert Learning for Law Students (Schwartz), 2nd Edition, Carolina Academic Press, ISBN: 978-1594605451

Reading Like a Lawyer (McKinney), 2nd Edition, Carolina Academic Press, ISBN: 978-1611631104

 

Legal Writing I

§99.1

Prof. Day

 

 

A Practical Guide to Legal Writing and Legal Method (Dernbach), 5th Edition, Aspen, ISBN: 978-1454826996

The Process of Legal Research (Kunz), 8th Edition, Aspen, ISBN: 978-1454805526

The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, (Harvard Law Review), 19th Edition, Harvard Law Review, ISBN: 978-0615361161

 

Legal Writing I

§99.3

Prof. Slattery

 

 

A Practical Guide to Legal Writing and Legal Method (Dernbach), 5th Edition, Aspen, ISBN: 978-1454826996

The Process of Legal Research (Kunz), 8th Edition, Aspen, ISBN: 978-1454805526

The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Harvard Law Review), 19th Edition, Harvard Law Review, ISBN: 978-0615361161

Legal Writing I Workbook (TJSL), 2015, Available from Legal Books Distributing

Plain English for Lawyers (Wydick), 5th Edition, Carolina Academic Press, ISBN: 978-1594601514 (OPTIONAL)

Just Writing (Enquist), Any Edition, Aspen, Various ISBNs (OPTIONAL)

 

Torts I

§111.1

Prof. Delman

 

 

Torts: Cases and Materials (Schwartz), 12th Edition, Foundation, ISBN: 978-1599417042

Understanding Torts (Diamond), 5th Edition, LexisNexis, ISBN: 978-0769872346

The Law of Torts: Examples and Explanations (Glannon), 4th Edition, Aspen, ISBN: 978-0735588745