Legal Research Classes

The legal information librarians teach legal research classes each year that focus on advanced research skills. These classes are 1 and 2 credits so that they fit easily into your schedule. They focus on areas of practice that are highly regulatory. The emphasis of these classes is to prepare you for the questions you will encounter in practice and they are heavily exercise based, so they count toward your experiential learning requirements.

Fall 2019

Advanced Legal Research: LAW JD 879 (2 credits) Weds. 8:30-10:30, Sept. 4th to Dec. 4th 2019 with Brian Flaherty
Administrative Law Research: LAW JD 730 (1 credit) Fri. 9:30-11:30, Oct 4th to Nov 15th 2019 with Kate Cochrane and Ellen Frentzen
International Legal Research: LAW JD 707 (1 credit) Mon. 8:30-10:30, Sept. 9th to Oct. 21st 2019 with Amelia Landenberger
International Legal Research: LAW JD 707 (1 credit) Tues. 8:30-10:30, Sept. 3rd to Oct. 22nd 2019 with Stefanie Weigmann

Spring 2019

Health Law Research: LAW JD717 (1 credit) Tues. 2:10-4:10, Feb 25th to Apr 14th 2020 with Jenna Fegreus
Transactional Law Research: LAW JD  (2 credits) Thurs. 8:30-10:30, Jan. 16 to April 16 2020 with Brian Flaherty and Stefanie Weigmann