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Course Guide

First year courses are mostly mandatory courses. In the second and third years, students can choose from a wide variety of course offerings or choose to focus in one of the nine concentration areas. Extensive experiential learning opportunities are available to build practical skills. Spring 2016 class schedule can be found PDF iconhere.

* Indicates Subject Areas that are formal concentrations.
Search Title, Description, Prerequisites, and Course Equivalency.
Course # Section Title Semester Faculty Credits Year Type Course Subject Area
7046
ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law: Research and Writing
Fall 2015 1 Upper Division JRNL
7055
ABA Moot Court Competition Team and the Maynard Pirsig Moot Court
Fall 2015
1F/1S Upper Division MTCT Civil Litigation *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
7055
ABA Moot Court Competition Team and the Maynard Pirsig Moot Court
Fall 2014
1 Upper Division MTCT Civil Litigation *, Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
6112
Accounting & Finance for Lawyers
Fall 2014 3 Upper Division LEC Business Law *, Commercial Law, Corporate Law, Tax Law
6606
Administrative Law
Spring 2017 3 Upper Division LEC Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental & Energy Law *, Family & Property Law, Health Law & Bioethics *, Public Law
5606
Administrative Law
Fall 2016 3 Undergraduate LEC
6606
Administrative Law
Fall 2016 3 Upper Division LEC Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental & Energy Law *, Family & Property Law, Health Law & Bioethics *, Public Law
6606
Administrative Law
Spring 2016 3 Upper Division LEC Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental & Energy Law *, Family & Property Law, Health Law & Bioethics *, Public Law
6606
Administrative Law
Fall 2015 3 Upper Division LEC Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental & Energy Law *, Family & Property Law, Health Law & Bioethics *, Public Law
6606
Administrative Law
Spring 2015 3 Upper Division LEC Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental & Energy Law *, Family & Property Law, Health Law & Bioethics *, Public Law

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