Writing and Experiential Skills Courses

 

 

J.D. students are required to pass at least one course with a rigorous writing requirement and a minimum of six credits of experieintial skills courses.

Fall 2018 / Spring 2019

  • Appellate Advocacy - Fall
  • Contract Design - Fall
  • Current Issues in Health Law & Policy - Fall
  • Current Issues in IP – Spring
  • DWS Pretrial Ad - Fall
  • Judicial Opinion Drafting - Spring
  • Patent Practice & Procedure II - Spring
  • Writing for Practice - Fall & Spring
     

Fall 2018

Courses fulfilling the Essential Skills requirements (revised 8/13/2018):

  • Criminal Law - Vorenberg
  • DWS Pretrial Ad - Garvey & Phelan
  • Remedies - Sparrow
  • Writing for Practice - Evans

Spring 2019

  • Secured Transactions - Murphy, in conjunction with Negotiable Instruments - Murphy
  • Business Associations - Murphy
  • Evidence - Mirhashem
  • Writing for Practice - Sparrow

    Fall 2018 - Spring 2019

    • Advanced Civil Practice Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • Advanced Criminal Practice Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • Advanced Immigration Law Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • Advanced IP & Transaction Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • Appellate Advocacy - Fall
    • Civil Practice Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • Contract Design - Fall
    • Criminal Practice Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • DWS Business Transactions - Fall
    • DWS Capstone - Spring
    • DWS Negotiations & ADR - Spring
    • DWS Pretrial Advocacy- Fall
    • DWS Trial Ad - Spring
    • Expert Witness & Scientific Evidence - Fall
    • Fed Trademark & Copyright Reg Prac - Spring
    • Immigration Law Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • Intellectual Property & Transaction Clinic - Fall & Spring
    • Judicial Opinion Drafting - Spring Intersession
    • Legal Residency - Fall & Spring
    • Negotiations Workshop - Fall
    • Patent Practice & Procedure I - Fall
    • Patent Practice & Procedure II - Spring
    • Trial Advocacy - Fall & Spring
    • Writing for Practice - Fall & Spring