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Successful completion of this course fulfills one half of the upper-level writing requirement. [Catalog 443]This course is a basic survey of agency law doctrine and policy.Students who are taking or have already taken Advanced Legal Research or a course on legal literature taught by the School of Library and Information Science may not take this course. Agency law addresses the general circumstances by which one natural or legal person (the agent) may take action on behalf of, and with significant legal consequences for, another (the principle), and the regulation of the relationship between the principle and the agent.The first component of the course will be devoted to the development of advanced legal research skills including planning research strategies, field research, research in public records, constitutional law research, statutes, legislative histories, tracking legislation, treaties, administrative and executive publications, agency rules, regulations and adjudications, government documents, case finding, case verification, secondary sources, looseleaf services, LEXIS, WESTLAW, Internet resources, nonlegal research, and specialized legal research.
This course will develop students’ writing and research skills by guiding them through the process of researching for and writing a case note on a pending Supreme Court case.
Students will review the trial record for appealable issues, submit an appellate brief, and argue the case orally before panels of judges and attorneys at the Appellate Advocacy Competition.
Successful completion of the Lawyering Skills course is a prerequisite to enrollment in this course.
Students will study standards of appellate review, review of the trial record, and appellate practice techniques.
Instruction will focus on the presentation of a simulated case to a federal or state appellate court.
This course offers to students a review of all seven subjects that are currently tested on the Multistate Bar Examination: Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law and Procedure, Evidence, Property, and Torts.