Legal Analysis and Writing (Spring Term)

Course Catalog Number: 
5076
Course Credits: 
4
Course Type: 
Lecture
Course Priority: 
General Enrollment Course
Enrollment is limited to first-year students.
This is a full-year course. Full credit is awarded upon completion of both fall and spring sections, no credit will be awarded until the completion of both. For determining full-time status each semester, equivalency is one-half of the total course credits.

Students in this first year course will begin to develop the art of analytical legal writing. In classes, students engage in discussions and practical exercises as they learn to analyze cases, statutes and other authorities. The course emphasizes student development in the following skills: organizing the analysis of legal issues logically and coherently; expressing written legal analysis clearly, concisely, and effectively; developing and defending legal arguments, both in writing and orally; performing basic legal research; drafting selected legal documents; and using proper citation form. Exercises and other assignments promote the students’ awareness and appreciation of relevant ethical standards.

Course Offerings 2015-2016

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Course Offerings 2014-2015

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