Analytic Methods for Lawyers

Spring 2011

The purpose of the course is to provide students some familiarity with a range of analytic methods that they are likely to encounter in practice. Topics covered include decision analysis, game theory, contract theory, accounting, finance, economics, and statistics. The textbook is Analytical Methods for Lawyers by Jackson et. al. There are no pre-requisites. There will be a midterm and a final.


Whiteboards and Recordings

Powerpoints from 2011: Statistics  Final Review

Material from Previous Years

Powerpoints from 2009: Decision Theory Game Theory Contracts (first week)  (second weekAccounting  More Accounting  Review Class Finance  Economics  Law and Economics  Statistics  More Statistics   Review

Whiteboards and Recordings from 2009

Lecture notes from the first time I taught the course. Word HTML

Old Exams

2008 Midterm, with answers

2009 Midterm, with answers.

2008 final, with answers.

2009 Final

Advice on using old exams to study

This year's final exam with answers

My Office: Bergin 204

My Office Hours: M/W 4:30-5:30 and by arrangement.

Also, email, anytime.