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Law Writing (LWLW)

School of Law

LWLW 530 Law Thesis (V) Intensive writing that satisfies the law school's upper division writing requirement and results in advanced law paper of publishable quality, extending over two consecutive semesters of study. Repeatable up to 4 credits. LAW majors only. A-F only.

LWLW 537 Law Teaching Seminar I (V) Interdisciplinary seminar used LP 1 assignments and additional readings to discover and deliver the theoretical and practical underpinnings of substantive law assignments and the methodology used to teach them. Instructor approval required. Repeatable up to eight credits.

LWLW 538 Law Teaching Seminar II (V) Interdisciplinary seminar uses LP II assignments and additional readings to discover and deliver the theoretical and practical underpinnings of appellate advocacy and negotiation the methodologies used to teach them. Instructor approval required. Repeatable one time. (Spring only)

LWLW 539 Legal Composition Seminar I (V) Study of principles and practices of teaching legal discourse one-to-one, transferring materials from composition theory and linguistics into practical papers and methods to assist students to research and write legal documents. Instructor approval required. Repeatable one time. (Fall only)

LWLW 540 Legal Composition Seminar II (V) Study of principles and practices of teaching scholarly legal discourse and appellate advocacy one-to-one, transferring composition theory and linguistics into individualized methods make the legal writing process efficient and the product effective. Instructor approval required. Repeatable one time. (Spring only)