Duke Law in DC: Federal Policy Making, Seminar and Paper
This course is open to students participating in the Duke in DC integrated externship program (LAW 600: Duke Law in DC, Federal Policymaking Externship). This course will provide an educational focal point and substantive law context for students participating in Duke in DC externships. This course focuses on the federal policymaking process, and exposes students to lawyering skills that are necessary to critically assess and affect the policymaking process at the federal level. The 2-credit class meets weekly, and students also are required to complete a 1-3 credit research paper for the course.
Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.
Christopher H. Schroeder, Ted Kaufman, Jeffrey Peck
Duke Law in DC: Federal Policy Making, Seminar and Paper 601.01
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