Finders of Personal Property

This lesson covers the law governing the rights of finders of personal property which is generally covered near the beginning of a Property course in law school. It addresses the possibility that the personal property might be lost, mislaid or abandoned because the true owner is unknown.

CALI Welcomes Our Newest CALI Author - Professor Steven Berenson at Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Professor Berenson teaches courses relating to legal ethics, family law, and directs the Thomas Jefferson Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic. He is the author of two family law course books, and numerous articles on subjects including access to justice, clinical legal education, veterans’ legal issues, and government lawyer ethics. He serves as a Judge Pro Tem on the San Diego Superior Court, hearing cases in the Small Claims and Traffic Court Divisions. He also serves as an arbitrator with the California and San Diego County Bar Associations’ Mandatory Fee Arbitration programs. Prior to entering academia, he served as an Assistant Massachusetts Attorney General.     

Judicial Ethics and Conduct

Judicial Ethics and Conduct provides materials that can be used in conjunction with a stand-alone one or two unit course on judicial ethics, or can be used in whole or in part to provide the basis for a sub-unit on judicial ethics within a standard course on legal ethics or lawyer professional responsibility. A heavy emphasis is placed upon the American Bar Association’s Model Code of Judicial Conduct.

Corporate Income Tax

This casebook is a basic corporate tax text. It is intended to be suitable for a three-hour law school course. The text is designed to be accessible to law students from widely different backgrounds. However, the material assumes that students already have taken a course in basic income tax. The casebook includes links to numerous CALI tutorials allowing students to asses their knowledge throughout the course.

206,826  Words, 493 Pages in PDF

Published First Edition November 2018

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