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Civil Procedure II 003-BP

February 20, 2013

EXAMINATION: NOTICE OF AUTHORIZED MATERIALS

Class Title: Civil Procedure II 017-RB
Instructor:  Stumpf
Test Date:   Friday March 15, 1:00pm, room 1 & 2

Exam Type:   Secure

Secure = The exam-taker has no access to any computer files or to the internet. The computer functions only as a word processor. Any materials allowed into the exam must be brought to the exam as hard copy.

 

Secure Exam (Student has no access to computer files or internet)
List of Hard Copy Materials Allowed During Exam

You may bring with you into the exam the following items:

1. Your Lexis-Nexis Federal Rules of Civil Procedure “annotated” as follows: You may hand write in the margins of the rules book; these notations can include case names or any other explanatory material that helps you understand or apply the rules. You may also “tab” your rules book, but please do not write material on the tabs beyond the basic information about what it is “tabbing” (i.e., rule number or subject).

At your option, as an alternative to bringing the Lexis-Nexis Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, you may print out and compile from the Legal Information Institute website (http://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/) any of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as well as any of the statutes that are referenced in the syllabus or casebook. It is a violation of the Honor Code to add any other material to this compilation, except for the notations and tabs referred to in the next paragraph.

You may hand write in the margins of the compilation; these notations can include case names or any other explanatory material that helps you understand or apply the rules. You may also “tab” your compilation, but please do not write material on the tabs beyond the basic information about what it is “tabbing” (i.e., rule number or subject).

2. In addition, you may also hand write on two sides of a single 8½” x 11” page. These handwritten notes may include material from your own outline, but not from commercial outlines or answers to practice exams.

3. An unannotated copy of the litigation “flowchart” that I handed out at the beginning of the semester. (It’s also posted on the TWEN site).

4. If you desire: a copy of the instructions regarding computer use in exams from What’s What.

No other materials are allowed.

You may use a computer in your exam, but only to type your answers, NOT to refer to or import other materials or to access the internet. If you are planning to use a computer, you are responsible for reading and following the instructions in What’s What pertaining to computer use in exams & any other instructions from the registrar’s office pertaining to computer use in exams.

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