Research, Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy (RRWA)

Law 295






RRWA I (Law 295) is the first in a two-semester set of first-year courses providing foundational, practice-oriented, skills-focused instruction. The course meets in small class sections and fosters active learning. Working both individually and in teams, students learn the fundamentals of legal reasoning, research, and writing, primarily by simulating important aspects of law-office work. The course offers many opportunities to perform lawyering tasks plus many opportunities for feedback and self-evaluation. For example, students analyze, research, and write about problems or opportunities raised by fictitious clients.

Research, Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy (RRWA), Part II

K. Bennardo, A. Chew, L. Everett, R. Gurvich, P. Nemerovski, E. Sherowski (Visitor), C. Smith, S. Warf

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