Students in this course must be proficient in reading and writing English.
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Excel as a first year law student (1L). This course teaches students how to effectively read appellate court opinions, write case briefs, and synthesize law. Students will also learn how to apply the concepts of issue spotting and IRAC, which are critical to success on law school exams. Further, this course will introduce students to the major concepts studied in the courses traditionally taught during the first year of law school: constitutional law, civil procedure, contracts, torts, property, and criminal law and procedure.
Robert Wright, J.D., LL.M. earned his J.D. from the University of Louisville School of Law and has been licensed to practice in the Commonwealth since 2003. Upon graduating from the School of Law, Robert worked as a staff attorney for the Kentucky Court of Appeals. His interest in intellectual property law lured him away from the Court of Appeals and to the Franklin Pierce Law Center where Robert earned his LL.M. in Intellectual Property, Commerce, and Technology in 2005. Since then, Robert has published scholarly articles on a wide variety of topics including trademark registration, movie piracy, and cyber-bullying.
Textbooks for your course may be purchased from any vendor or bookseller of your choice.
INTRO.TO LAW+LEGAL SYSTEM
Book - ISBN: 9780495899334
SCHUBERT, 10 ed, CENGAGE LEARNING
INTRODUCTION TO STUDY OF LAW
Book - ISBN: 9780735582361
GEORGE, 1 ed, ASPEN PUBLISHERS, INC.
|Event||Date||Day||Start Time||End Time||Location||Room
|START||06/20/2011||Monday||---||---||Online (Access Begins)||---
|END||07/31/2011||Sunday||---||---||Online (Access Ends)||---