Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy I

2 credit hours

Students are required to take RWA I in the fall semester of their first year.

Introduces students to the process of legal reasoning, using case and statutory analysis, public policy, and equity. Students develop the practical skills needed for planning, researching, drafting, and revising forms of objective legal writing, such as office memoranda commonly prepared by lawyers.

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