Exam Type: No Exam
This course teaches foreign-educated LL.M. students how U.S. lawyers conduct legal research, analyze and frame legal positions, and present their work in writing. It builds on the lectures and work completed in the LRWA I series that occurs during August orientation. During the fall semester, students deepen their research, writing, and analytical skills by engaging in independent legal research, preparing drafts of legal memoranda, and revising their written work in response to instructor feedback.
Note: Enrollment is limited to foreign-educated LL.M. students and is designed specifically for those who wish to qualify for the New York State Bar Exam. This course provides one additional credit beyond the LWRA I course taken during orientation.
This course will meet over six sessions from October 23 to November 27.