Course Information

Course Number

295

Credits

3

Area of Study & Practice

  • Family Property and Relations
  • Property and Real Estate Transactions
  • Taxation and Estate Planning

Trusts and Estates

An examination of noncommercial property dispositions, both testamentary and inter vivos, including the following topics: intestate succession; wills and will substitutes; creation and characteristics of trusts; powers of appointment; problems in trust and estate administration.

Students planning to take several of these related courses should enroll in Trusts and Estates during their second year of law school.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2015

Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2014
E-mail ListSakai Site

Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2013
Sakai Site

Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2012
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2011
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Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2010
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Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2009
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Curtis A. Twiddy
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2008
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Maria M. Lynch
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2007
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Maria M. Lynch
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Fall 2006

Nancy Russell Shaw
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Fall 2005
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Nancy Russell Shaw
Trusts and Estates 295.02
Spring 2005

Nancy Russell Shaw
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Fall 2004

William A. Reppy, Jr.
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2004

Nancy Russell Shaw
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Fall 2003

Nancy Russell Shaw
Trusts and Estates 295.01
Spring 2003