Courses for Legal Institutions Students

In addition to the courses listed here, LLM-Legal Institutions students select courses from the full Law School curricular offerings by consulting the online Law School course schedule

The required courses are:

Introduction to American Law (Law 601).  An overview of American legal institutions and basic areas of American law.  Offered for LLM-LI students and foreign and American graduate students. Taught in the fall and also in the spring semester. (3 cr.)

Legal Sources (Law 602). An introduction to common law analysis and American legal research sources. Emphasis is on the use of American cases in legal problem solving. Includes an overview of plagiarism concerns and citation and attribution conventions. Fall and again in the spring semester; specifically for LLM-LI students. (3 cr.) 

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