Fall 2016 Exam Schedule

Monday, November 28
4 p.m.            Civil Procedure (Day) – Professor Exon – 206
4 p.m.            Civil Procedure (Day) – Professor Lipson – 217
6:30 p.m.       Civil Procedure (Eve) – Professor Lipson – 207

Tuesday, November 29
4 p.m.            Evidence (Day) – Professor Gomez – Room 206
6:30 p.m.       Evidence (Eve) – Professor Elizalde-Daly – Room 207

Wednesday, November 30
6:30 p.m.       Community Property (Day and Evening Sections) – Dean Rubin – Room 207

Thursday, December 1
1 p.m.            Multistate Bar Strategies – Professor Correa – Room 203

Friday, December 2
10 a.m.          First Amendment Freedoms – Professor Doskow – Room 206
4 p.m.            Contracts (Day) – Professor Manasfi – Room 206
4 p.m.            Contracts (Day) – Dean Marshall – Room 217
6:30 p.m.       Contracts (Eve) – Dean Holmes/Professor Lyons – Room 207
6:30 p.m.       Bankruptcy – Professor Sherrill – Room 204

Saturday, December 3
1 p.m.            Administrative Law – Professor Naccachian – Room 207
1 p.m.            Immigration Law – Professor Uchimiya – Room 216

Monday, December 5
4 p.m.            Criminal Procedure: Investigation (Day) – Professor O’Connor – Room 206
4 p.m.            Criminal Procedure: Investigation (Day) – Professor Bellinger – Room 217
6:30 p.m.       Crim Pro: Investigation (Eve) – Prof Anderson/Prof Goldstein – Room 207

Tuesday, December 6
6:30 p.m.       Constitutional Law (Eve) – Professor Acevedo – Room 216
6:30 p.m.       Civil Rights Law – Professor Brown – Room 207

Wednesday, December 7
4 p.m.            Torts (Day) – Professor Jewell – Room 203
4 p.m.            Torts (Day) – Professor Goldschlager – Room 207
4 p.m.            Torts (Day) – Professor Reaves – Room 216
4 p.m.            Torts (Day) – Professor Amos – Room 206
6:30 p.m.       Torts (Eve) – Professor Rudolf – Room 217
6:30 p.m.       California Civil Procedure – Professor Richardson – Room 204

Thursday, December 8
5 p.m.            Mediation Practicum – Professor Cripe – Room 203
6:30 p.m.       Insurance Law – Professor McVay – Room 207

Friday, December 9
1 p.m.            Wills and Trusts – Professor Klein – Room – 217
1 p.m.            Professional Responsibility – Professor Doskow – Room 206


Important Exam Information

Exam Numbers will be emailed to you by November 21.  Be sure to use your Fall 2016 exam number (not assignment number) for all Fall final exams.

Rescheduled Exams   If you have two exams scheduled on the same day, or exams scheduled on three consecutive calendar days, or if your exam conflicts with your regularly scheduled religious observances, you may contact the Registrar to reschedule one of your exams.  Please note that rescheduling arrangements due to religious observances must be made each semester.  No early exams are permitted.   Exam rescheduling arrangements must be made with the Registrar’s Office by November 21.

Missed Exams   If you need to be absent from an exam, please notify the Registrar’s Office as soon as possible.   Serious illness is the only reason to miss an exam and documentation from a physician or medical center will be required for permission to take a make-up exam.  Be aware that in some cases the make-up exam may be given the next time the course is offered.

ExamSoft Users:  We are pleased to provide ExamSoft to our students so exams can be typewritten. Only laptops with ExamSoft installations may be used to take exams; no other computers, typewriters, or word processors are permitted.  No flash drives, cell phones, cameras, MP3 players or anything else that can be used as a storage device is permitted in the exam room.

In order to type your exam, you must have downloaded the current version of ExamSoft and your correct course exam template to your laptop computer prior to the start of the exam.   Exams may not be submitted on incorrect templates.  If you do not have the correct template loaded and available at the time of the exam you must handwrite your exam.  Please be aware there is no guarantee that you will be able to utilize your laptop in all cases. There have been occasions where students’ computers have failed to work at the time of the exam, due to hardware and/or software issues.   If your computer or software fails to work at the time of the exam, you must be ready to handwrite your exam.  Please visit the ExamSoft website (www.examsoft.com/lavernelaw) for more information regarding registration and installation of this software on your laptop.


Any questions or conflicts should be brought to the Registrar’s attention as soon as possible.  Please call (909) 460-2010, or email cmurray@laverne.edu