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Litigation Lab

Fall or spring semester: 3 credits​

A unique and innovative professional skills course, Litigation Lab provides you with an opportunity to join with practicing attorneys working on their actual pending cases. Working weekly with different attorneys, attorneys and students approach various challenging litigation problems including determining best theories and themes for the case, working on opening or closing argument, preparing clients and witnesses for depositions or trial, conceiving and arguing motions, creating exhibits or solving other related issues.

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​Course Information

Instruction: This course is a combination of lecture, in-class discussion, skills instruction, and client counseling. 
Number of Students: Up to 12 per semester.
711 License: A 711 license is not required to participate in the Litigation Lab.
Prerequisites: None.
Eligibility: Only rising 2L and 3L students are eligible to apply.

Please contact Professor James A. Clark for additional information.​​​