Research, Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy (RRWA)


Law 296

3

First-Year

None

No

No

RRWA II (Law 296) is the second in a two-semester set of first-year courses providing foundational, practice-oriented, skills-focused instruction in small class sections. Students continue to meet in small class sections, to work both individually and in teams, and to learn about and practice legal reasoning, research, and writing. They now also study and practice the art of advocacy, and they work with more challenging material such as administrative law and federal law. The course offers many opportunities to perform lawyering tasks plus many opportunities for feedback and self-evaluation. For example, students research and write various legal documents, such as trial-level and appellate briefs, and they conduct an appellate oral argument before a moot court.

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


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




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