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LAW 1070 - Comparative Legal Writing and Research I

Description
Comparative Legal Writing and Research I (“CLWR I”) is a required first semester, first year course for students enrolled in the Canadian & American Dual J.D. Program. In CLWR I, students learn the differences and similarities between the legal systems of the United States and Canada including, among other things, governmental structure, court structure, jurisdiction, procedure, statutes, case law, secondary materials, ethics, research and citation. Additionally, students learn the basic techniques of legal research, writing, and analysis in both Canadian and United States law. The course requires students to research and draft two predictive memoranda resolving legal issues posed by particular factual scenarios, one set in an American jurisdiction and the other set in a Canadian jurisdiction. All assignments are designed to involve extensive feedback during the writing process.
Credits
5
Attributes
Law Dual JD Requirement, Law JD/LLB Required Course
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2021, Fall 2020, Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
TuF
Avg. Class Size
29
Avg. Sections
3