​​​​​​​​​​Summer classes for JD and AJD students. Please contact the Registrar​ if you have questions.

 

 

BUS6372http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1716BUS6372Hactivist Leg TechEicks, Jeanne<div></div>2.00000000000000GP0|#205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af;L0|#0205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af|2016 Summer - JD;GTSet|#ff5002fa-8399-4824-8dd4-231cdb4e3288;GPP|#938af55b-fbb1-40e4-b7f1-59a1714ca81b1716
FAM7710http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1717FAM7710EstatesWillbanks, Stephanie<div>This course examines the statutory and judicial rules governing the gratuitous transfer of property. This includes transfers by gift, intestate succession, wills, trusts, and other non-probate mechanisms. Topics include the nature of inheritance; statutes of descent and distribution (intestacy); wills formalities (execution, revocation, mental capacity, and undue influence); interpretation of wills; the protection of the family (spousal elective share, omitted spouse rules, and omitted children rules); the creation of trusts; rights of trust beneficiaries and their creditors; charitable trusts; modification and termination of trusts; fiduciary duties; powers of appointment; and future interests. Class discussion focuses on problems designed to explore statutory and judicial rules, policy and theory, and practical implications. </div><div>The method of evaluation will be:  final exam, class participation, and quizzes.</div>4.00000000000000GP0|#205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af;L0|#0205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af|2016 Summer - JD;GTSet|#ff5002fa-8399-4824-8dd4-231cdb4e3288;GPP|#938af55b-fbb1-40e4-b7f1-59a1714ca81b1717
LIT7210http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1718LIT7210EvidenceYoung, Deborah<div></div>4.00000000000000GP0|#205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af;L0|#0205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af|2016 Summer - JD;GTSet|#ff5002fa-8399-4824-8dd4-231cdb4e3288;GPP|#938af55b-fbb1-40e4-b7f1-59a1714ca81b1718
REQ7255http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1719REQ7255Appellate Advocacy<div>Second-year students study a case pending before the United States Supreme Court, research selected issues, write an extensive appellate brief, and present oral arguments before a panel of judges.  Classes focus on the appellate process, complex research and analysis, preparation of briefs, critical writing skills, and oral argument.</div>3.00000000000000GP0|#205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af;L0|#0205283b6-ff99-48a9-bb1c-6d46795c07af|2016 Summer - JD;GTSet|#ff5002fa-8399-4824-8dd4-231cdb4e3288;GPP|#938af55b-fbb1-40e4-b7f1-59a1714ca81b1719