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U.S. Legal Analysis, Writing, and Advocacy Skills Track

In addition to the Required and Core Courses, students in each track will have available as electives all the courses offered at the law school, including the ones from the following list that relate to this track:

  • Writing for Law Practice (required, in spring semester, for all students in this track) (3 credit hours)
  • Appellate Practice (2 credit hours)
  • Child Advocacy Training (1 credit hour)
  • Client Counseling (1-2 credit hours)
  • Collaborative Law (1-2 credit hours)
  • Constitutional Litigation (3 credit hours)
  • Criminal Appeal Advocacy (3 credit hours)
  • Criminal Appeal Advocacy – Advanced Topics (1-2 credit hours)
  • Cross-Examination Techniques (1 credit hour)
  • Divorce Practice (2 credit hours)
  • Domestic Violence (3 credit hours)
  • Drafting Contracts and Conveyances (2 credit hours)
  • Evolution of a Business Transaction (2-3 credit hours)
  • Financial Aspects of Divorce (2 credit hours)
  • Forensic Science Evidence (2 credit hours)
  • Interviewing & Counseling (2 credit hours)
  • Jury Selection & Voir Dire (1 credit hour)
  • Law Practice Management (2 credit hours)
  • Law Practice Technologies (2 credit hours)
  • Legal Analysis in Context - Torts (3 credit hours)
  • Legislative Workshop (1-2 credit hours)
  • Litigation Strategies (3 credit hours)
  • Mediation (2 credit hours)
  • Mineral Title Examination (1 credit hour)
  • Moot Court (1-2 credit hours)
  • Negotiation (2 credit hours)
  • Negotiation Competition 4 (1-2 credit hours)
  • Pretrial Advocacy – Civil (3 credit hours)
  • Pretrial Advocacy – Criminal (3 credits)
  • Sexuality and the Law (2 credit hours)
  • Taking and Defending Depositions (1 credit hour)
  • Transactional Drafting (3 credit hours)
  • Trial Advocacy (2 credit hours)
  • Trial Advocacy Competition (1-2 credit hours)