Eileen A. Scallen

Eileen A. Scallen

Professor of Practice and Director of Part-time Faculty
B.A. St. Olaf College, 1981
M.A. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 1983
J.D. University of Minnesota School of Law, 1986
UCLA Faculty Since 2013

E. Scallen

This is a course about the processes that courts follow in deciding disputes in noncriminal cases. It deals with the way in which conflicts are framed for courts, the stages through which litigation...

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E. Scallen

This course examines the law governing the admission of evidence, focusing on the Federal Rules of Evidence (and to a lesser extent the California Evidence Code), related case law, and federal...

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E. Scallen

This course is designed to prepare the foreign lawyer for American legal study. It is required for any LL.M. student who has not previously earned a law degree in the U.S. The course provides...

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E. Scallen

This year-long seminar is designed for advanced law students who wish to develop and complete a full-length, high-quality legal article (or “comment”) of publishable quality. The seminar will meet...

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E. Scallen

This course is a concise but through review of Evidence law in context. We will study evidence concepts as they arise--in pretrial motions in limine, objections at trial, summary judgment, judicial...

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R. Korobkin / D. Babbe / R. Feldman / E. Scallen / E. Scully

Nearly all lawyers, in both litigation and transactional practices, negotiate on a regular basis. “Negotiation Theory and Practice,” a 3-unit experiential course taught in an intensive workshop...

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E. Scallen / R. Korobkin

Nearly all lawyers, in both litigation and transactional practices, negotiate on a regular basis. “Negotiation Theory and Practice,” a 3-unit experiential course taught in an intensive workshop...

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