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Course Registration Sequences

(The following was adapted from the Academic Bulletin)

The schedule of course offerings is designed to assure that every student will have an opportunity to register for all Bar Examination courses without experiencing any Bar Examination course or examination conflicts.

Second-Year Day

Constitutional Law I and II and one of the following two courses: (1) Criminal Procedure: Fundamentals or (2) Criminal Procedure: The Police Function.  Students must register for the same professor and section for Constitutional Law I and II.  The following required and elective courses may be taken in any upper-level year, but it is recommended that they be taken in the second year: Evidence (required), the two course sequence Corporate and Partnership Law (fall) and Advanced Corporate Law and Business Entities (spring) (required, 2 cr. each semester), Estates and Trusts, Basic Federal Income Taxation, and Family Law.

Third-Year Day

Professional Responsibility (required), Remedies at Law and in Equity (required), Sales and Leased Goods (required), Federal Civil Procedure, Pennsylvania Civil Procedure, Pennsylvania State Constitutional Law or State Constitutional Law, Conflict of Laws, and Employment Discrimination.  The Remedies course must be taken in the spring semester of the third year; all other courses may be taken in any upper-level year.

Second-Year Evening and Second-Year Part-Time Day

Criminal Law (required), Criminal Procedure: Fundamentals or Criminal Procedure: The Police Function (required), Property I and II (required), and Constitutional Law I and II (required).  All of these courses must be taken in the second year.  Students must register for the same professors and sections for Property I and II and Constitutional Law I and II.

Third-Year Evening and Third-Year Part-Time Day

The following required and elective courses may be taken in any upper-level year, but it is recommended that they be taken in the third year: Evidence (required), Corporations and Other Business Entities (required, 4 cr., 1 semester) or the two course sequence Corporate and Partnership Law (fall) and Advanced Corporate Law and Business Entities (spring) (required, 2 cr. each semester), Estates and Trusts, Basic Federal Income Taxation, and Employment Discrimination.

Fourth-Year Evening and Fourth-Year Part-Time Day

Remedies at Law and in Equity (required), Professional Responsibility (required), Sales and Leased Goods (required), Federal Civil Procedure, Pennsylvania Civil Procedure, Pennsylvania State Constitutional Law or State Constitutional Law, Conflict of Laws, Employment Discrimination, and Family Law.  The Remedies course must be taken in the spring semester of the fourth year; all other courses may be taken in any upper-level year.