LAW 1750 - Legal Methods
Legal Methods is designed to assist students in developing the analytical and writing skills necessary for success in law school. The goal of this course is to help students become effective, independent learners through an instructional approach that gives students many opportunities to develop and hone analytical and writing skills. An essential component of the course is regular feedback to students on their skills development. Throughout the course of the semester students will develop analytical skills, particularly those involved in identifying legal issues, understanding and using rules of law, and using and analyzing facts. They will also develop their ability to read and understand court opinions, statutes, and legal rules, and their ability to express ideas and understanding regarding legal issues in writing.
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