HP 602 Historic Preservation Law
Live, 5 students
This was the first time HP 602 Historic Preservation Law was offered live. Students enrolled were all first-year MHPs. The students in the course were very involved in class discussions, frequently staying 30-40 minutes beyond the end of the meeting time. Their critical thinking and ability to make logical, evidence-supported arguments improved significantly over the period of the course. Students were asked to complete a series of assignments, attend a local preservation meeting, attend a lecture given by Richard Rothstein (Color of Law), and to participate in a series of online and live discussions. Finally, a comprehensive exam modeled on a typical law school exam was given at the end of the semester asking students to use statutes, case law, and articles to address preservation problems.
Sample Student Work
University Evaluations (combined evaluations for Sections 101 and 201)