Courses & Book Lists

Our AAMPLE® Curriculum

Introduction to the 4th Amendment ( 0 credits)

Topics in Introduction to the 4th Amendment include an analysis of Supreme Court opinions concerning Introduction to the 4th Amendment.

Negotiable Instruments ( 0 credits)

A study on topics in Negotiable Instruments to include the study of articles 3 and 4 and the Uniform Commercial Code, including concepts residential to negotiability, transfer, superior rights of a holder in due course, defenses, liability on endorsements and warranties.

Book List

You can purchase all your AAMPLE text books through the FCSL Bookstore (see book list below). Click on this link to access the site online:

*Books are subject to change. Please do not purchase books prior to 15 days before your session start date.

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 4th Amendment  

Required Text 

Recommended Texts 

  • Joshua Dressler & Alan C. Michaels, Understanding Criminal Procedure: Volume 1: Investigation, Fifth Edition, (LexisNexis 2010), ISBN-13: 9781422426784.
  • Robert Bloom & Mark Brodin, Criminal Procedure, Examples and Explanations, Seventh Edition (Aspen Publishers, 2012), ISBN-13: 9781454815464.

Negotiable Instruments 

Required Text 

  • Problems & Materials on Payment Law, Ninth Edition (Aspen Casebooks) by Douglas J. Whaley and Stephen M. McJohn (Sep 20, 2012), ISBN-13:9781454807216.

Recommended Texts

  • Robert S. Summers, James J. White; White and Summers' Principles of Payment Systems (Concise Hornbook Series) Copyright: 2008 ISBN-13: 9780314239440.
  • Bryan A. Garner; Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Pocket ed. ISBN-13: 9780314275448.  
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