Simulation Courses

Courses that simulate lawyering activities allow students to practice and reflect on specific skills that prepare them to enter the legal profession with confidence. These courses combine expert practice, analytical thinking, and the development of professional identity. Some of the courses focus on litigation or transactional practices, while some help hone abilities that support success in any area.  All are taught by thoughtful and experienced lawyers who love the opportunity to help guide the development of tomorrow’s lawyers.
Here is a sampling of the courses that students may choose:
  • Advanced Contracts Seminar: Drafting
  • Advanced Contracts Workshop: Merger & Acquisition Agreements
  • Advanced Legal Research
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Appellate Advocacy
  • Civil Rights Practicum: Police Misconduct Litigation
  • Counseling the Small Business Owner
  • Corporate & Transactional Legal Research
  • Due Diligence in Business Transactions
  • Ethics & Compliance for the Global Enterprise
  • Expert Witness in Civil Litigation
  • Foreign & International Legal Research
  • Negotiation
  • Patent Litigation
  • Patent Prosecution
  • Pre-Trial Practice & Advocacy
  • Trial Advocacy
  • Trial Techniques

For more information on these courses go to Course Schedules & Information and look for "PS" or "EL" designations.