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Research, Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy (RRWA)

Law 296






RRWA is a two-semester, graded course. Law 296 is RRWA’s spring semester, or Part II. Students continue to learn about and to practice legal reasoning, research, and writing, working now with more challenging material such as administrative law and federal law. Students also study and practice the art of advocacy. They research and write various legal documents, such as client letters and briefs. Finally, students conduct an oral argument before a moot court.

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

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

K. Bishop, A. Chew, L. Everett, A. Harmon, M. Hitchcock, K. Pryal, O. Salinas, C. Smith

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