A course in Professional Responsibility is a mandatory JD degree requirement, and is recommended for LLMs who expect to take the NY Bar. (LLMs needing more information about NY Bar requirements should contact the Graduate Program at GPCourses@law.harvard.edu.)  Below are the 2015-2016 courses that will satisfy the JD requirement and will be included in the Legal Profession registration rounds for both JDs and LLMs.

Fall

Legal Profession –  The New Market for Personal Legal Services: Ethical and Professional Challenges (Jeanne Charn)

Legal Profession (Timothy Dacey)

Legal Profession (Michele DeStefano)

Legal Profession (Annette Gordon-Reed)

Legal Profession: Collaborative Law (David Hoffman)

Legal Profession (Andrew Kaufman)

Legal Profession (David Luban)

Winter

Legal Profession: Government Ethics – Scandal and Reform (Robert Rizzi and Charles Borden)

Spring

Legal Profession: Responsibilities of Public Lawyers (Lani Guinier)

Legal Profession –  The New Market for Personal Legal Services: Ethical and Professional Challenges (Jeanne Charn)

 

The following is a list of courses which also satisfy the Professional Responsibility requirement. These courses are not part of the Legal Profession round of registration.

Criminal Justice Institute: Defense Theory and Practice (Dehlia Umunna)
Introduction to Advocacy: Prosecution Perspectives (John Corrigan)
Introduction to Advocacy: Skills and Ethics in Clinical Practice (Esme Caramello)
Government Lawyer (Alex Whiting)
Government Lawyer: Semester in Washington Clinical Seminar (Jonathan Wroblewski)