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Statutory Interpretation
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Type

LEC

Credits

cr.

Student Year

1L

Description:

This is a part of the Legal Research & Writing Course.

This class will study the basic doctrine of statutory interpretation-the canons, legislative history.

Statutory interpretation is a key skill for modern lawyers, and the traditional common law focus of the first year does not reflect that reality.

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Sections

Spring 2015: Statutory Interpretation

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Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

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Spring 2015: Statutory Interpretation

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Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

(no readings)

Spring 2015: Statutory Interpretation

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Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

(no readings)

Spring 2015: Statutory Interpretation

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Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

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Spring 2014: Statutory Interpretation

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  • Professor Carol Chomsky,
  • Professor Jessica Clarke,
  • Professor Kristin Hickman,
  • Professor Brett McDonnell,
  • Professor Fres Morrison

Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

(no readings)

Spring 2013: Statutory Interpretation

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Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

Details:

Section C

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Spring 2013: Statutory Interpretation

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Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

TWEN

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Sections A and B

Get a copy of the syllabus, available on my course TWEN site.  For Tuesday, 1/22, read ch. 1 in Brown, and read the Day 1 materials in the course packet, available on the legal writing/statutory interpretation TWEN site as well as on my course site.  After you review the materials, go to my course TWEN site, follow the link to the Customized Polling forum, and answer the questions in the “Vehicles in the Park” poll.  The questions parallel the ones contained in the packet on pages 6-9.  Be sure to make some notes to remind you why you voted as you did to inform our classroom discussion.   Please finish the poll by midnight on Monday night.

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Spring 2013: Statutory Interpretation

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Type

LEC

Credits

Student Year

1L

Details:

Section D

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