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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:

 

  • Spring 2015 Intersession

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                                 BOOKLIST FOR SPRING 2015 INTERSESSION 

 

Listed below are the required and optional books needed to attend courses at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in the Spring 2015 Intersession semester. Please review your schedule and purchase the books needed to attend the courses listed on your schedule. 

 

                                            

Course

Book(s)

Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Criminal Context

§543.1

Professor Brown

A Human Being Died that Night: A South African Story of Forgiveness (Gobodo-Madikizela), 2004, First Mariner Books, ISBN: 978-0618446591

 

Country of My Skull: Guilt, Sorrow, and the Limits of Forgiveness in the New South Africa (Krog), 2000, Three Rivers Press, ISBN: 978-0812931297

 

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

 

Between Vengeance and Forgiveness: Facing History After Genocide and Mass Violence (Minow), 1998, Beacon Press, ISBN: 978-0807045071

 

Business and Tax Planning for the Solo and Small Firm
§555.1
Professors Winchester

No textbook required.  Materials will be emailed to you.

 

Counseling Athletes & Actors on Product Merchandising

§553.1
Professor Lodes

No Textbook Required

Criminal Law Topics in Depth: The Crime of Rape

§554.1

Professor Kaye

No Textbook Required

Free & Low Cost Legal Research
§551.1
Professor Inman

No Textbook Required

Intellectual Property Practicum
§620.1
Professor Semeraro

No Textbook Required

Introduction to Mediation

§423.1

Professor Waldman

The Mediator's Handbook: Revised and Expanded Fourth Edition (Beer), 4th Edition, New Society, ISBN: 978-0865717220

 

Stories Mediators Tell (Galton), 2013, American Bar Association, ISBN 978-1614383567 (available on Amazon)

Introduction to Native American Rights & Indian Sovereignty

§552.1

Professor Wildenthal

No Textbook Required