Course Description

LAWS 7846
Independent Legal Research
General Description:
Independent study and preparation of a research paper under supervision of a faculty member. The student must produce a research paper at least equivalent to a seminar research paper. The normal expectation is that a draft will be submitted, subjected to critique by the faculty member, and redrafted. Specific permission of the supervising faculty member is required before registering. Available during or after the fifth semester of law school. Two credits may be earned by doing two projects, each for one hour of credit, under the supervision of different faculty and involving different areas of law.

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LAWS 7846-901

Credits: 1

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LAWS 7846-902

Instructor(s): Andrew Hartman

Credits: 1

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   Tue   12:00 PM - 12:50 PM  


LAWS 7846-903

Instructor(s): William Boyd

Credits: 1

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LAWS 7846-904

Instructor(s): Justin Desautels-Stein

Credits: 1

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   Tue   12:00 PM - 12:50 PM  


LAWS 7846-905

Instructor(s): Kristen Carpenter

Credits: 1

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   Tue   12:00 PM - 12:50 PM  


LAWS 7846-906

Instructor(s): Erik Gerding

Credits: 1

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   Tue   12:00 PM - 12:50 PM  


LAWS 7846-907

Instructor(s): Ann Roan

Credits: 1

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   Tue   12:00 PM - 12:50 PM  


LAWS 7846-908

Instructor(s): Patrick Furman

Credits: 1

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