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Legal Writing and Research for LL.M. in Comparative Law

Course Number: LAW 7805 Credits: 2

The primary objective of this course is to teach students how to construct a thorough analysis of a legal problem using common law principles and express it effectively in writing.  Students analyze, interpret, and use statutes and case law to construct legal arguments in the style expected of attorneys practicing in the US.  They write and revise several documents to practice these analytical and writing skills.