2010 summer – the four courses most likely to be offered
Posted November 2nd, 2009 by R. Thomas Blackburn
Pursuant to notices previously posted in The Docket, I created two TWEN sites for communicating with students about schedule issues: one site for 2010 spring and one for 2010 summer. Through the 2010 summer TWEN site, I emailed a list of nine courses that could be offered in 2010 summer, and asked students to rank those courses from one to nine, with one being the most desirable course. In the same notice, I said I would announce the results of the rankings on Sunday evening, 11/1/2009, which I did by direct email through the TWEN site.
Based on your rankings, the four highest ranked courses and the four courses most likely to be offered in summer 2010 are: #1 Estate and Gift Tax (Tuesday and Thursday, 5:35 pm - 7:15 pm)#2 Basic Federal Income Tax (Monday, Tu., Wed, and Th., 7:25 pm - 9:05 pm)#3 Advanced Legal Research (Monday and Wednesday, 5:35 pm - 7:15 pm)#4 Transactional Drafting Online (no scheduled class meetings because this course is conducted online) The classes and class times listed above are TENTATIVE. We expect to offer these four classes, but unexpected things happen. I thank those students who took the time and showed the interest to rank the classes. Tom BlackburnAssociate Dean and Professor of Law