LAW 435 - Virginia Law and Procedure.
This course will introduce students to the substantive and procedural law of Virginia. The learning methodology will be a mix of lecture, class review of assigned reading, working hypotheticals, and student research presentations.
This is a discussion course, and students are expected to participate. Grading will be based one-third each on: (1) class discussion (students will take turns being “on call” to make this manageable), (2) one research presentation into a topic of Virginia law, and (3) a final exam.
Although not mandatory, it would be helpful in terms of bar passage to take Core Skills as well if seats are available in that course. (Preference given to third-year students.) Three hours. Flinn
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