Spring 2020 • Law 729 • Credits: 2
Instructor: Bryan Dearinger
The purpose of the Legal Writing for the Bar class is to provide students with regular writing practice in preparation for the bar exam. The course uses as its foundation sample performance tests and sample essay questions. Each week, students take a practice test, evaluate their work, and receive individual feedback about their work. Students also meet frequently with the instructor to review and fine-tune their work. Pass / No Pass only.
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