U.S. Legal Practice Skills

This concentration requires students to complete a minimum of 12 credit hours in topics integral to U.S. Legal Practice Skills in a third semester. The 12 credit hours for the concentration many not count towards the LL.M. degree or other concentration credit hours and must be completed in addition to the LL.M. or other concentration credit hours. 

This concentration will be open to students in the LL.M. degree program at the College of Law. Students are expected to be in good standing and have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 to be eligible for the concentration. This concentration is only available as a third-semester concentration. Interested students must apply by the listed deadline at the start of the second semester of the LL.M. degree.

LAW 692Field Placements1 to 4
LAW 692Field Placements (Classroom Instruction, taken concurrently with Field Placement)1 to 4
Select at least five hours of coursework from the courses below:5
Torts
Civil Procedure
Evidence
Dispute Resolution
Fundamentals of Trial Practice
Advanced Litigation Topics
Total hours12

In addition to the concentration requirements, students must also complete the requirements of the LL.M. degree.