Course Details

Advanced Legal Writing: Argument, Advocacy, Drafting

In this course we discuss general principles of good written legal communication and advocacy, such as organization, argumentation, sentence structure, and editing. The course provides a number of opportunities for writing and rewriting letters to clients, formal and informal memoranda, persuasive documents, and for editing each others' work. The course will be useful preparation for the Multistate Performance Test and for any professional communication in law and business. All students will write a 2-draft paper in this course. Students will have the option to write a 3-draft paper with professor permission Prerequisite: CLR I and II

Catalog Number: LAWSTUDY 620N


Course History

Spring 2016
Title: Advanced Legal Writing: Argument, Advocacy, Drafting
Faculty: Narko, Kathleen Dillon (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 16     Actual: 14