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Course Name
Category
Faculty

Legal Writing II: Theory and Practice

Required JD

Develops fundamental legal writing, reasoning, and research skills in the context of the analysis of a specific subject matter. This course also provides the transition from predictive to persuasive legal writing and advocacy and an introduction to other legal problem-solving skills.

Property

Required JD

An introduction to the concept of ownership and its legal implications: rights to control, enjoy, and transfer real and personal property, including public and private restrictions on use; estates in land; concurrent ownership; adverse possession; easements and licenses; and landlords and tenants.

Torts

Required JD

This course presents the study of the legal protection afforded against interference by others with the security of one's person, property, or intangible interests.