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Part-time Day Curriculum   

If you decide to convert to Full-Time, click here for curriculum.
Part-time Day Curriculum


  • First Year

  • Fall Term
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  • Credits
  • LAW 6003
  • Legal Research & Writing I
  • 1
  • LAW 6005
  • Contracts
  • 5
  • LAW 6009
  • Civil Procedure
  • 5
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  • Total Credits: 11
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  • Spring Term
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  • Credits
  • LAW 6004
  • Legal Research & Writing II
  • 2
  • LAW 6015
  • Constitutional Law
  • 5
  • LAW 6016
  • Property
  • 5
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  • Total Credits: 12
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Second Year

  • Fall Term
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  • Credits
  • CORP 7131
  • Business Associations
  • 4
  • LAW 6008
  • Torts I
  • 4
  • TAXN 7112
    PRMD 7201
  • Federal Income Taxation or
    Evidence
  • 3
    3
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  • Total Credits: 11
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  • Spring Term
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  • Credits
  • LAW 6014
  • Criminal Law
  • 3
  • PRMD 7201
    TAXN7112
  • Evidence or
    Federal Income Taxation
  • 3
    3
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  • Electives*
  • 2 - 5
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  • Total Credits: 8-11
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Third/Fourth Years

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  • Credits
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  • Electives*
  • 40
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  • Total Credits: 85 (88 credits beginning with the Fall 2009 entering class)
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If converting to full-time day, please consult the Full-Time Day Curriculum for below sequencing.

 

Note 1: Appellate Advocacy can be taken at any time after the fall semester of second year and before the student's final year. Appellate Advocacy is a pre or co-requisite for students who compete in the Eugene Gressman Moot Court Competition or any interscholastic moot court competition.

 

Note 2: Persuasion and Advocacy can be taken at any time after fall semester of second year.

 

Note 3: Professional Responsibility can be taken at any time after the spring semester of first year. 

 

Note 4: Advanced Writing Requirement (AWR) can be taken any time after the second year after Appellate Advocacy and (ideally) prior to the final semester.

 

Note 5: For students who are members of journals, their comment generally satisfies the AWR requirement.

 

Note 6: Both Persuasion and Advocacy and Professional Responsibility are prerequisites for participation in clinics in a student's final year.

 
 

In addition to the above, students must satisfy the Law School's Residency Requirements.