Spring 2019 • Law 623 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Suzanne Rowe
Building on the research, writing, and analytical skills of Legal Research and Writing I, students focus on persuasive writing as they produce trial or appellate briefs. Students present oral arguments in a courtroom setting. Offered in small sections. Includes research, citation, and writing workshops.
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