Lawyering Process II | L4386
The Lawyering Process Course provides first-year law students with a foundation in the essential lawyering skills that are necessary to be an effective, ethical, and professional member of the legal community in a rigorous, supportive learning environment that uses a client-centered approach. The first semester focuses on introducing students to the legal system, legal research, and providing client advice through written analysis. The second semester builds on students research, writing, analytical, and oral presentation skills in the context of advocating for a client.
Prerequisites: Lawyering Process I
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)