LAW 363 - Legal Method.
This is a skills-development course that focuses on improving legal analysis and problem-solving skills. Secondary emphasis will be placed on improving doctrinal understanding and refining study practices. Problems are modeled on the Multistate Performance Test. Third-semester students only; limited enrollment. Pass-No Pass.
This course is designed to develop fundamental lawyering skills. Students will sort detailed factual materials and separate relevant from irrelevant facts; analyze statutory, case, and administrative materials for applicable principles of law; apply the relevant law to the relevant facts in a manner likely to resolve a client’s problem; communicate the analysis effectively in writing; and complete a lawyering task within time constraints. Two hours. Eggert
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