Text: Traps for the Unwary 6th Edition (PDF – provided free of charge to MSLAW students by the Massachusetts Bar Association with membership). We will make MBA enrollment forms available to the class so this text can be provided at no cost.
Course Requirements & Class Participation:
The audio and weekly questions for Avoiding Traps for New Lawyers are available on MSLAW’s website at mslaw.edu/avoiding-traps. Frequently the audio will have experts in the area discuss problems and pitfalls that the new lawyer will likely face and provide tips for early recognition of potential traps and successful strategies in dealing with issues before they become major problems. Please be sure that you submit the questions posted in the Assignment Drop Box on TWEN for each section’s assignment. You must respond to these questions quickly as your grade is based upon your answers to those questions and the final in-class examination.
SPRING 2019 CLASSES
Week 1 Podcast
Week 2 Podcast
Week 3 Podcast
Week 5 Podcast
Week 6 Podcast
Week 7 Podcast
Week 8 Podcast
Week 9 Podcast
Week 10 Podcast
Week 11 Podcast
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