Course Information

Course Number

160A

Credits

2

Area of Study & Practice

  • Legal Skills

Legal Analysis, Research & Writing

An introductory study of the various forms of legal writing and modes of legal research. Through an integrated approach to writing and research, the course begins by analyzing the components of judicial opinions and ends with the students independently researching and writing a sophisticated appellate brief. The principal goal of this course is the mastery of the basic tools of legal analysis, the principles of legal writing, and the techniques of legal research using both print and online resources.
Legal Writing Web site


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.

Sections/Instructors

Sarah C. W. Baker
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.08
Fall 2015

Deanne Morgan, Sarah Powell
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.07
Fall 2015

Deanne Morgan, Rebecca Rich
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.06
Fall 2015

Jennifer L. Behrens, Jo Ann Ragazzo
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.05
Fall 2015

Frances Turner Mock, Laura M. Scott
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.04
Fall 2015

Jeremy Mullem
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.03
Fall 2015

Marguerite Most, Diane Appleton Reeves
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.02
Fall 2015

Jane Bahnson
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing 160A.01
Fall 2015

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