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U.S. Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis (LAWS 4912)

Course Description

This course is designed to teach English compositional skills and grammar for legal studies. With an English-as-a-second-language focus, this course will seek to teach students the various steps of the writing process, English grammar, and certain aspects of legal composition. The main goal of this course is to enable students to write clearly and correctly within U.S. legal studies and the U.S. legal work place.

Professors

Julia Liston

Prof. Jaime Bouvier is a Fellow of Global Legal Studies at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.

Syllabus

The syllabus for your course are available on Canvas.

Textbook

CALI

CALI

Computer-Aided Legal Instruction (CALI) requires an authorization code to use. If you do not have a CALI account, please contact Kieran Layton or the reference desk for assistance.

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