Legal Education Department

Kopiko Building, Room 201 phone808.734.9103 emailkccblt@hawaii.edu

LED Schedule of Classes Notices

11.09.09-Fall 2010 LED Schedule of Classes

MEMORANDUM
TO: Legal Education Department Students

FROM: Cynthia N. Kimura, Counselor

DATE: November 9, 2009 
SUBJECT: Fall 2010 LED Schedule of Classes (draft)

KAPI‘OLANI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Legal Education Department

COURSE SCHEDULE–FALL 2010

 

Please note: This is a draft, for information only subject to change. Location and time of classes to be determined. Most in-person LAW classes will be held on the KCC campus.

 

Online Classes:

LAW 105 Law Office Management (formerly LAW 201), Estelle Ogawa

Special notes: LAW 105 will be taught entirely online. To take this class, students are required to:

  • Have access to a computer and basic office software
  • Have access to the Internet and email
  • Upload and download documents

Upon registration students should email the instructor at estelle@hawaii.edu, and include “LAW 105 ONLINE, FALL 2010” in the subject line.

 

LAW 151 Estate Planning & Probate, Estelle Ogawa

Special notes: LAW 151 will be taught entirely online. To take this class, students are required to:

  • Have access to a computer and basic office software
  • Have access to the Internet and email
  • Upload and download documents

Upon registration students should email the instructor at estelle@hawaii.edu, and include “LAW 151 ONLINE, FALL 2010” in the subject line.

 

LAW 203 Legal Writing, Susan Jaworowski

Special notes: LAW 203 will be taught entirely online. To take this class, students are required to:

  • Have access to a computer and basic office software
  • Have access to the Internet and email
  • Upload and download documents

Upon registration students should email the instructor at susanjaw@hawaii.edu, and include “LAW 203 ONLINE, FALL 2010” in the subject line.

 

 

Cable Television Class:

LAW 111 Litigation, Benjamin Carroll, III

This LAW 111 Litigation class is conducted through cable television broadcast ('Olelo - Oceanic cable, channel 55 or Craig TV, channel 21 on O`ahu; channel 21 on neighbor islands) and the Internet (Laulima). It is not self-paced; there are regular and specific due dates for online assignments and exercises. Students are required to have access to: (1) cable television; and (2) a reliable computer with high-speed Internet connection. Ability to tape the cable broadcasts for missed sessions and/or later viewing is highly recommended. Upon registration students should email the instructor at carrollb@hawaii.edu and include “Cable LIT FALL 2010” in the subject line.

 

Day Classes:

*Tuesdays/Thursdays at KCC

       LAW 101 Hawai`i Legal System, Susan Jaworowski

*Saturdays (mornings)

       LAW 102 Legal Research, Benjamin Carroll, III

       LAW 293P/S Cooperative Paralegal/Legal Secretary Education (formerly LAW193P/S), Estelle Ogawa

Evening Classes:

*Mondays

       LAW 104 Civil Investigation, Neal Seamon

       LAW 136 Tort & Insurance Law, Greg Markham

 

*Tuesdays

       LAW 176 Criminal Law, instructor TBA

       LAW 148 Legal Document Preparation (prerequisite LAW 111 Litigation, substitute for 146 & 156), Estelle Ogawa

 

*Wednesdays

       LAW 166 Employment Law, Matthew Viola

*Thursdays

       LAW 101 Hawai`i Legal System, Susan Jaworowski

       LAW 212 Advanced Litigation, Benjamin Carroll III

 

 

*Location and/or time to be determined. Most classes will be held on the KCC campus.

 

11.9.09 Proposed, subject to change without notice