Throughout each academic year, the AEP provides intentionally designed skills workshops workshops to equip first year law students with academic, learning, and study skills often needed to master the law school curriculum. These workshops also help students get ready for final exams.

Skills Workshop Information - Spring 2020

  • Appellate Brief-Writing for Moot Court
    • Feb. 10 and Feb. 11
  • Write-On: Tips on Note-Writing/Blue-booking 
    • TBD: early April

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Do I need to register for each skills workshop?

    A: No, registration is not required. Reminders are sent  by email a few days ahead. An email reminder may also sent within 24 hours of the scheduled workshop. Watch for these reminders.

  • Q: Am I required to attend these skills workshop?

    A: Attendance is not required. Although participation is voluntary, we strongly recommend you attend all workshops because 1Ls get study and exam tips that are not readily available elsewhere.

  • Q: What skills workshops are offered?

    A: Please refer to the skills workshop schedule and check out the description of what each workshop will cover. Skills workshop titles and descriptions will be posted prior to the beginning of each semester.

  • Q: Can I eat lunch during a skills workshop?

    A: Yes, you may eat lunch during a workshop because these workshops are typically scheduled over lunch.

  • Q: What if I miss a skills workshop?

    A: If you miss a workshop, you may come to the AEP office 6210 to pick up any handouts that were given out during the workshop. Note: Individual appointments are typically not available to discuss missed workshops.

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