Fall 2006 not offered
This course is an introduction to the judicial process in the United States. It introduces students to the nature of legal reasoning and the structure of the legal process, both at the federal and state level. We shall examine how the legal process works to resolve private disputes between citizens, how the participants in the process understand their roles, and how the logic of legal reasoning influences not only the participants, but the wider community as well. It is an introductory level course.
Ethical Reasoning, Writing
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Many of the readings for this course will be legal opinions. There will be supplemental readings from various treatises and law reviews.
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Classroom participation is an important part of the final grade.
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