Course Description

LAWS 6886
Advanced Legal Research and Analysis
General Description:
Develops students' ability to think critically about and solve current legal problems. Evaluates the benefits and detriments of both print and on-line legal resources, and how to create an efficient research plan. Formulates and applies research strategies to real-world legal problems, and uses legal analysis to refine and improve research results. Note: Students who have taken LAWS 6856 Advanced Legal Research course may not enroll in this course.

Select Term:

LAWS 6886-001

Instructor(s): Susan Nevelow Mart

Credits: 3

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue,Thu   1:00 PM - 2:15 PM   WOLF 300

Syllabus: Syllabus Advanced Legal Research Spring 2013.pdf

First Assignment:
Mark Herrmann, This is What I'm Thinking: A Dialogue Between Partner & Associate... From the Partner, 25 No. 1 Litigation 8 (1998). Westlaw|Lexis

Myriam Gilles, This is What I'm Thinking: A Dialogue Between Partner & Associate ... And From the Associate, 25 No. 1 Litigation 9 (1998). Westlaw|Lexis