Law (Law Revw and Moot Court) (LAWL)

LAWL 6110 Law Review I

[1-2 credit hours]

Course is graded on a Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory basis. Course requires the successful completion of a publishable manuscript as determined by the editor-in-chief and faculty adviser of the Law Review.

Prerequisites: LAWM 5000 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D-

LAWL 6120 Law Review II

[1-2 credit hours]

Only students who have successfully completed Law Review I and who are serving as editors of the Law Review will be permitted to register for Law Review II. Enrollment is selective.

Prerequisites: LAWL 6110 with a minimum grade of S

LAWL 6150 Moot Court I

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in interscholastic Moot Court competitions, each of which deals with a particular area of law, such as: international law, labor and employment law, corporate law, sports law, tax, intellectual property, criminal law and constitutional law. Students will prepare a brief and present an appellate argument at a regional or national competition.

Prerequisites: LAWM 5000 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D-

LAWL 6160 Moot Court II

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in or coach Moot Court or Trial Advocacy teams. Students are also required to judge rounds of the annual Fornoff Moot Court competition.

Prerequisites: LAWL 6150 with a minimum grade of S

LAWL 6180 Trial Advocacy I

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in interscholastic trial advocacy competitions. Students on the trial advocacy team will conduct a trial against counsel from other schools; including making opening and closing statements, introducing evidence and examining and cross-examining witnesses.

Prerequisites: LAWM 5000 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D-

LAWL 6190 Trial Advocacy II

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in and/or judge interscholastic trial advocacy competitions. Students on the trial advocacy team will conduct a trial against counsel from other schools; including making opening and closing statements, introducing evidence and examining and cross-examining witnesses.

Prerequisites: LAWL 6180 with a minimum grade of S

LAWL 9110 Law Review I

[1-2 credit hours]

Course is graded on a Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory basis. Course requires the successful completion of a publishable manuscript as determined by the editor-in-chief and faculty adviser of the Law Review.

Term Offered: Spring, Fall

LAWL 9120 Law Review II

[1-2 credit hours]

Only students who have successfully completed Law Review I and who are serving as editors of the Law Review will be permitted to register for Law Review II. Enrollment is selective.

Prerequisites: LAWL 9110 with a minimum grade of S

Term Offered: Spring, Fall

LAWL 9150 Moot Court I

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in interscholastic Moot Court competitions, each of which deals with a particular area of law, such as: international law, labor and employment law, corporate law, sports law, tax, intellectual property, criminal law and constitutional law. Students will prepare a brief and present an appellate argument at a regional or national competition.

Term Offered: Spring, Fall

LAWL 9160 Moot Court II

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in or coach Moot Court or Trial Advocacy teams. Students are also required to judge rounds of the annual Fornoff Moot Court competition.

Prerequisites: LAWL 9150 with a minimum grade of S

Term Offered: Spring, Fall

LAWL 9180 Trial Advocacy I

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in interscholastic trial advocacy competitions. Students on the trial advocacy team will conduct a trial against counsel from other schools; including making opening and closing statements, introducing evidence and examining and cross-examining witnesses.

Term Offered: Spring, Fall

LAWL 9190 Trial Advocacy II

[1-2 credit hours]

Students participate in and/or judge interscholastic trial advocacy competitions. Students on the trial advocacy team will conduct a trial against counsel from other schools; including making opening and closing statements, introducing evidence and examining and cross-examining witnesses.

Prerequisites: LAWL 9180 with a minimum grade of S

Term Offered: Spring, Fall