Courses Satisfying Requirement 2018-2019

Updated 5/11/2018

The courses listed below will satisfy the Law School’s requirement that each student take at least six credits of experiential learning. The one credit Lawyering Lab will also count toward the credit requirement.

Clinical Programs and Externships:

*Note that courses may not be used to satisfy two requirements. If you are using a course component to satisfy Professional Responsibility or your Upper-class Writing requirement, it cannot be counted again for experiential credit.

Civil Litigation Program – HEFD or ERC

The three credit Pretrial Advocacy component may satisfy either the Professional Responsibility requirement or count as credits towards the Experiential Learning requirement. It may not be used for both.

Consumer Debt Practicum

Corporate Counsel Externship – Fieldwork and Seminar

Criminal Clinic

All components except for Professional Responsibility

Entrepreneurship & IP Clinic

Environmental Law Practicum

Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking – Fieldwork and Seminars

Independent Externship – Fieldwork and Independent Study

Judicial Externship – Fieldwork and Seminar

International Human Rights Clinic – Fieldwork and Human Rights Advocacy

Learning from Practice Externship – Fieldwork and Seminar

Legal Externship Program – Fieldwork and Seminar

The Legal Ethics seminar may satisfy either the Professional Responsibility requirement or count as credits towards the Experiential Learning requirement. It may not be used for both.

Legislative Externship – Fieldwork and Seminar

Legislative Policy & Drafting Clinic

Semester in Practice – Fieldwork and Independent Study

Sex Crimes Practicum

Small/Mid-Size Law Firm Externship – Fieldwork and Seminar

Summer Legal Externship

Technology & Cyberlaw Clinic – Fieldwork and Seminars

Wrongful Convictions Clinic

Simulation Classes:

*Note that courses may not be used to satisfy two requirements. If you are using a course component to satisfy Professional Responsibility or your Upper-class Writing requirement, it cannot be counted again for experiential credit.

Advanced Legal Writing & Editing (S)

Advanced Legal Research

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Appellate Advocacy (2 credit course)

Client Counseling (S)

Contract Drafting

Criminal Motion Practice & Advocacy

Effective & Ethical Depositions (S)

This seminar may be used to satisfy the Professional Responsibility requirement, upper-class writing requirement, or count as credits towards the Experiential Learning requirement. It may not be used to satisfy more than one requirement.

Employment Law Research **

Health Law Research

IP Law Research

International & Comparative Law Research

Jessup Moot Court: Problem Solving in International Law

Mediation: Theory & Practice (S)

Transaction Simulation: Acquisition of Urban Real Estate for Major Commercial Re-Development

Transaction Simulation: Auction and Sale of a Private Company

Transaction Simulation: Follow-On Venture Capital Financing

Transaction Simulation: Forming & Financing a Start-Up Business

Transaction Simulation: Sale of a Family Business and Related Real Estate

Transaction Simulation: Structuring and Negotiating an International Business Collaboration

Trial Advocacy

Trial Advocacy: Advanced

Writing Supplement to Trusts & Estates **

** Not offered 2018-2019