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Courses 2010 - 2011

LAW A 506 Legal Analysis, Research and Writing

Credits: 1-7, Variable


The course has three major components. First, it provides an introduction to sources of law, legal reasoning, interpretative methodologies, and professional responsibility. Second, it teaches the sources and techniques for basic legal research. Third, it develops and hones students’ ability to write about complex legal issues in a variety of settings and for a variety of audiences. Students have the opportunity to practice a number of skills, including interviewing, counseling, and oral argument. Classes include lectures, workshops, and simulated client representation exercises.

Autumn-Winter, 3-2 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Kaltsounis, Sarah
O'Neill, Kate
Anderson, Helen
Myhre, Theodore
McGinnis, Kathleen
Kaltsounis, Sarah
Myhre, Theodore

Spring, 1 Credit(s)

Public Interest Law: Supporting a Litigation Strategy
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Maranville, Deborah

Spring, 1 Credit(s)

Advocacy
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Naeve, Signe, Myhre, Theodore

Spring, 1 Credit(s)

Transactional Drafting
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
O'Neill, Kate

Spring, 1 Credit(s)

Advocacy
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Anderson, Helen

Spring, 1 Credit(s)

Rhetoric and Writing
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Naeve, Signe, Myhre, Theodore

Spring, 1 Credit(s)

Judicial Clerkship
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Kaltsounis, Sarah

Spring, 1 Credit(s)

Public Interest Law: Statutes and Regulations as Solutions to Recurrent Legal Problems
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Maranville, Deborah

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