Fall 2017 • Law 622 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Suzanne Rowe
Integrated instruction in legal research, analysis, and writing of legal memoranda includes fact investigation, research strategies, problem solving, and the relationship between research and analysis. Writing assignments, each progressively more difficult, are evaluated by faculty members. Offered in small sections. Includes research workshops and individual conferences on writing assignments.
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