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Monday, August 2, 2010

Law School Curriculum, 1908-12

Marquette’s Original Law School Curriculum, by J. Gordon Hylton:

1L (Fall)
Common Law Pleading (1)
Contracts (2)
Torts (2)
Real Property (1)
Criminal Law & Procedure (1)
Agency (2)
Domestics Relations (2)

1L (Spring)
Common Law Pleading (1)
Contracts (3)
Torts (2)
Real Property (1)
Criminal Law & Procedure (1)
Partnership (2)
Bailments & Carriers (2)

2L (Fall)
Real Property (2)
Private Corporations (2)
Equity Jurisprudence (2)
Code Pleading & Practice (2)
Personal Property & Sales (2)
Negotiable Paper (2)

2L (Spring)
Real Property (2)
Private Corporations (2)
Equity Jurisprudence (2)
Code Pleading & Practice (1)
Evidence (2)
Municipal Corporations (2)
Courts & Jurisdiction (1)

3L (Fall)
Equity Jurisprudence & Trusts (2)
Constitutional Law (1)
Real Property (2)
Wills (2)
Evidence (2)
Municipal Corporations/Utilities (2)
Insurance (1)
Surety and Guaranty (1)

3L (Spring)

Equity Jurisprudence & Trusts (2)
Constitutional Law (1)
Federal Courts, Admiralty, Bankruptcy, Patents, Trademark (2)
Probate Law & Practice (2)
Equity Pleading (2)
Extraordinary Legal Remedies (1)
Damages (1)
Taxation & Public Revenues (1)

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Comments

Mike, What you talking about? They got both:

Women's Issues: Constitutional Law

Comparative Law: Common and Code Pleading & Practice. But really, comp classes are a big fuzzy hand holding session that you take to deflect from tough, substantive law, like Corporate Tax.

Posted by: Will | Aug 2, 2010 7:18:55 AM

And if you're interested in (say) women's issues or comparative law you have to go somewhere else?

Posted by: mike livingston | Aug 2, 2010 3:08:58 AM