Commercial Law: Secured Transactions

University of Kansas (KU) Law Professor Stephen Ware began teaching Secured Transactions in 1994. He has taught Secured Transactions, either as a stand-alone course or as part of a broader Commercial Law course, over 25 times. Steve Ware has taught Secured Transactions at KU, William & Mary, and Cumberland.

KU Law’s Course Description for Law 873, Commercial Transactions: Secured Transactions, is: Introduction to debtor-creditor law, particularly secured transactions under the Uniform Commercial Code and the Bankruptcy Code.

Professor Stephen Ware’s Fall 2021 Secured Transactions syllabus: SYLSECURED fall 21

Fall 2021 Secured Transactions mid-term exam: Secured fall 21 mid term tst

LoPucki casebook’s Supplemental Problems: LoPucki casebook 9th ed Supplemental Problems

Fall 2021 Secured Transactions Coursepack: Supp Secured fall 2021

Two additional readings on debt collection in Kansas:

County in rural Kansas is jailing people over unpaid medical debt

Shelly_Thousands sued for medical debt_Shawnee Mission Post_7.1

Fall 2020 Secured Transactions exam in two parts: Secured fall 20 test Part 1 Secured fall 20 test Part 2

Video of Steve Ware in Lawrence, Kansas, discussing secured transactions and related debtor-creditor law: Watch on YouTube