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Advanced Legal Writing


Law 267S

3

Upper-Level

Writing Experience (WE)

Yes

No

Effective written communication is crucial in the practice of law, whether in the drafting of instruments that serves a client's interests or prevent future problems, or in the successful advocacy of a client's interests in the courts. This course will examine the processes of persuasive writing and legal drafting through the study of existing examples, regular writing assignments and the evaluation of peer writing samples.

Two semesters of RRWA at UNC School of Law or equivalent at another ABA-accredited school or by special permission of the professor.



J. Sherwood

Spring
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