Course Description

LAWS 9856
LL.M Thesis
General Description:
LL.M students are required to write a thesis in order to graduate. Requires significant work of original research on a topic chosen in close consultation with advisors and other law school faculty, and assignments include due dates for topic selection, drafts, and workshop delivery. Thesis is worth two credits. In exceptional circumstances and only after pre-approval, an LL.M student may enroll for a third or fourth credit.

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LAWS 9856-901

Instructor(s): Paul Ohm

Credits: 1

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LAWS 9856-902

Credits: 1

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LAWS 9856-903

Instructor(s): Harry Surden

Credits: 1

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