Course Syllabi

Instructors may change course syllabi prior to and during the class. Please check with the MSLAW Bookstore prior to purchasing the assigned text, as a newer text edition may be required.

INSTRUCTOR COURSE SEMESTER
Armano Insurance Law  Fall 2016
Armano Personal Injury Fall 2016
Armano Insurance Law  Fall 2016
Armano Product Liability Spring 2016
Armano Workers’ Compensation Spring 2017
Cheesman Cyberlaw Spring 2015
Cheesman Electronic Discovery Spring 2015
Cheesman Entrepreneur Law Spring 2016
Cheesman White Collar Crime
Spring 2016
Colby-Clements Ethics Spring 2016
Colby-Clements Writing, Research, and Trial Advocacy Fall 2017
Colby-Clements Human Resources Law Fall 2017
Condurelli Family Law Syllabus Fall 2016
Copani Evidence Fall 2017
Consoli Family Law
Additional Case List
Spring 2017
Coppola Consumer Law Spring 2016
Coppola Criminal Law Fall 2015
Coppola Criminal Procedure Spring 2015
Corsaro Real Estate Finance and Conveyancing Spring 2015
Corsaro Property Fall 2015
Coyne Civil Procedure Fall 2017
Coyne Evidence Fall 2017
Coyne Remedies  (session 1)
Remedies (session 2)
Summer 2017
Coyne Avoiding Traps for New Lawyers Spring 2017
Cristello Immigration Law Fall 2017
Devlin Contracts Spring 2015
Devlin Wills and Trusts Fall 2015
Dimitriadis Bar Essay Writing and Analysis (Tuesday-Thursday) Fall 2015
Dimitriadis Bar Essay Writing and Analysis (Saturday) Fall 2015
Ford Aging and the Law  Fall 2016
Ford Wills and Trusts  Spring 2017
Griffin Special Education Law (a more detailed one will be posted when received)
Fall 2016
Goldman Law and Psychiatry Fall 2014
Harayda/Rodriguez Factual Investigations Fall 2015
Hyde New Hampshire Practice (first half semster) Spring 2015
Johnson Criminal Law Fall 2017
Johnson Criminal Procedure Spring 2015
Kaldis, Hershberg & Condurelli Family Law Advocacy Clinic Spring 2017
Kaldis, Hershberg & Condurelli Family Law Advocacy Spring 2017
Kaldis Collaborative and Alternative Justice Fall 2017
Kaldis Juvenile Law Spring 2017
Kaldis Juvenile Law Online Spring 2017
Kaldis Writing and Legal Advocacy Fall 2017
Malaguti See TWEN Course Fall 2016
Malaguti Constitutional Law Fall 2015
Malaguti Landlord Tenant Spring 2015
Malaguti Property Fall 2015
Martin Admiralty and Maritime Law Spring 2015
Martin Torts Spring 2017
McLellan Business Entities and Corporate Taxation Spring 2015
McLellan Gift and Estate Taxation Spring 2015
McLellan Federal Income Taxation Fall 2015
Olson/Coyne eCommerce & Cybercrimes Fall 2017
Olson Environmental Law Spring 2014
Olson Issues in Internet Law Spring 2016
Olson Motions (Wednesdays) Fall 2015
Olson Ethics (Mondays) Spring 2015
Olson Ethics (Tuesday/Thursday) Spring 2015
Olson Writing, Research, and Trial Advocacy Spring 2016
Rodriguez Advanced Criminal Law Fall 2015
Rodriguez Criminal Law Fall 2015
Rodriguez Criminal Procedure Case Schedule Spring 2015
Rudnick First Amendment Sum 2015
Rudnick Constitutional Law Fall 2015
Starkis Business Associations Spring 2017
Starkis Motions (Thursday) Fall 2015
Starkis Motions (Saturday) Spring 2016
Sullivan Animal Law Spring 2013
Sullivan Contracts Spring 2017
Sullivan UCC 2 & 9 Summer 2017
Sullivan UCC 3 & 4 Summer 2017
Sullivan UCC Fall 2017
Sullivan Women’s Issues Fall 2017
Vietzke/Sullivan Animal Law Spring 2017
Vietzke Sports Law and Player Representation Spring 2016
Vietzke Writing & Legal Reasoning Fall 2017

 

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Massachusetts School of Law's Mission

military logoMassachusetts School of Law's mission is to provide an academically rigorous affordable legal education emphasizing ethics, advocacy, leadership, and professional skills. MSLAW provides an accessible and affordable legal education to tomorrow’s leaders in law, business, and technology who seek to contribute to their communities as advocates, lawyers, and leaders. Lawyers have substantial influence in our society and MSLAW prepares its graduates to use that power to help their clients and obtain the societal advancement that a law degree has traditionally provided.

To accomplish its mission, Massachusetts School of Law brings together a diverse group of scholars, judges, expert practitioners and other professionals to provide individuals from all backgrounds a rigorous, professionally advantageous, affordable legal education so that they can improve their lives and better serve their communities.