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LAW 2831 - Developing a Theory of the Case


This is an intensive one credit course, which teaches students how to analyze the facts of a case and use them to develop a case theory, from which they can develop a winning trial or negotiation strategy. The purpose of this course is to set out and utilize a framework for constructing a case theory and to provide some experience in using it. Students will engage in factual analysis, drafting of pre-trial motions, and arguing openings and closings, which reflect their case analysis. The course will be graded pass/fail.

Prerequisites & Notes
None.

Credits: 1


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