Law 345 - Individual Project
Students undertake original research, usually involving empirical or field study, and produce a paper analyzing their findings. All work must be done under a faculty member’s supervision, and several drafts of the paper should be presented to the faculty member for review throughout the term. Ordinarily, papers are due on the last day of the examination period. The unit credit is to be determined in conjunction with the faculty member. Four units is the recommended maximum for any one research paper or project.
Applications are available through MyLaw and must be submitted by the end of the first week of classes. This course may be taken on a P/U/NC basis (counts toward elective P/U/NC option) or for an alphabetical grade.
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