Law 406 - Legal Research, Writing and Analysis for LLMs
Jeffrey C. Berman
J.D. Columbia Law School, 2005
This 2-unit course will satisfy the Revised New York Court of Appeals Rule 520.6 (as amended January 12, 2012), enabling L.L.M. students to take the New York Bar Exam. During the semester, students will develop skills needed by practicing lawyers, including legal research, writing and analysis. These skills will be taught through the clinical method with students learning through practice and feedback. Students will be taught how to proficiently research their client’s problems and analyze how the law applies to their client’s situation. The course will then focus on how to draft predictive memoranda that objectively explain how the law applies to the client’s situation. Students will have several writing assignments throughout the semester and the course will be graded on a pass, no pass basis.
|Jeffrey Berman||17F||406||LEC 2||M 3:20 PM - 5:20 PM||2.0||No||No|
|Course limited to foreign LLM students. Enrollment processed through the Graduate Studies Office.|
|Jeffrey Berman||18S||406||LEC 1||W 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM||2.0||No||No|
|This course is limited to LLm students.|
|Textbook for Fall 2017 LEC 2|
Harvard Law Review Association. The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation 20th ed.
ISBN: 9780692400197. Harvard Law Review Association. REQUIRED $38.75
Nedzel, Nadia E. Legal Reasoning, Research, and Writing for International Graduate Students 4th ed.
ISBN: 9781454870036. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. REQUIRED $104.47
|Research, Writing, & Legal Scholarship;|