November 3 2014

Spring 2015

I’m beginning to see the light at the end of the Law School tunnel!  But, now I’m starting to psych myself up for the Bar Exam in July, 2015.  The Spring 2015 semester is going to be another busy one!  Here’s what my schedule looks like at this point:

Philosophy Courses (Teaching)

Phi 210-001 TR 9:25-10:40  Information Ethics
Phi 210-002 TR 10:50-12:05  Information Ethics
Phi 265-001 MWF 10:00-10:50  Logic
Phi 390-001 MWF 1:00-1:50 Environmental Philosophy

Law School Courses (Taking)

Law 944-001 TR 1:15-2:30 Contract Drafting
Law 955-002 R 6:30-9:15 Remedies
Law 810-002 W 6:30-9:15 Advanced Legal Analysis Strategies
Law 961-001 Supervised Independent Research

Contract Drafting is a course I’ve been wanting to take for several years, but it has always been full by the time I was allowed to register.  For the first time, and for my very last semester of law school, I actually get to register first.  So, hopefully I will be able to get in.

For Supervised Independent Research I will be working on my Advanced Writing – Research requirement.  Still working on a topic, but it will be in the area of nonprofit corporate law.  I’m very fortunate that Prof. Chris Gulinello has agreed to work with me on this!

One thing that I absolutely love about my upcoming spring semester is that I will only have one (yup, just 1!) final exam to prepare for!

June 15 2014

Fall 2014

This coming fall semester promises to be an incredibly busy one for me!  I plan to graduate from law school in May 2015, which means I will be taking 11 credit hours in the fall.  At the same time, I will be carrying my normal teaching load of 4 courses (12 credit hours).  Here’s what my course schedule looks like:

Philosophy Courses (Teaching)

Phi 210-001 TR 10:50-12:05  Information Ethics
Phi 210-002 TR 1:40-2:55  Information Ethics
Phi 265-001 MWF 10:00-10:50  Logic
Phi 375-001 MWF 1:00-1:50 Ethical Theory

Law School Courses (Taking)

Law 987-001  R 5:00-6:15 p.m.  Small Business & Nonprofit Law Clinic (3 cr. hrs.)
Law 877-002  F 6:30-9:15 p.m.  Business Organizations (4 cr. hrs.)
Law 878-001  T 5:00-6:15 p.m.  Representing Small Businesses (1 cr. hr.)
Law 823-002  T 6:30-9:15 p.m.  Evidence (3 cr. hrs.)

I am especially excited about working in the Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic as I will be doing real legal work for real clients!

Oh, and I’ll also be teaching an LSAT Prep class for NKU’s Community Connections on Saturdays, October 18, 25, Nov. 1, and Nov. 8.  It’s a fun class to teach and I love meeting aspiring law students!