Adjunct Faculty, Federal Administrative Law Judge
David is a Federal Administrative Law Judge, Minnesota Former Chief Administrative Law Judge. David was a member of the Board of Governors of the Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies, and a trustee of Seabury Western Seminary.
|817||Social Security Law||2|
|Description of course 817 :||The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basics of disability law and practice. The supreme Court of the United States has described the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability, Adjudication and Review, as the largest courts system in the western world. The course exmaines the historical origins of the Social security program, as a central part of the New Deal legislation designed to lift the nation of The Great Depression. As part of the "safety net" of income security, the course will also review worker's compensation, unemployment compensation, and various labor protective laws such as the Americans With Disabilities Act. The first part of the course will cover the procedure for the processing of a claim from initial filing, to the appeal to an administrative law judge, to the Appeals Council, and into federal district court. Later in the course we will concentrate on the substantive Social Security Disability Law and in particular, the sequential evaluation process.|
|950||Supervised Resrch & Writing||.5|
|Description of course 950 :||Under the supervision of a faculty member, a student may receive up to two hours of course credit for researching and writing a substantial paper on a topic of the student's own choosing. The student must receive the instructor's per- mission to enroll in this course and must meet periodically with the instructor for discussion, review and evaluation. Each faculty member may supervise the research of no more than five students each semester.|