JD: Litigation Concentration

Litigation concentration requirements (18 credits):

You must maintain a 3.0 GPA within the Litigation concentration. You are also required to take Advanced Trial Practice, Trial Team, or complete a substantial litigation-related project, approved by your advisor.

Required Core courses5-6
Please select two:
Advanced Trial Practice
Defense of Criminal Cases
Prosecution of Criminal Cases
Scientific Evidence
Trial Practice
Arbitration/Trial Theory
Administrative Law
Advanced Trial Practice
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Advanced Legal Writing and Drafting
Contemporary Issues in Federal Criminal Law, Investigation, and Enforcement
Arbitration Advocacy
Client Interviewing and Legal Counseling
Conflict of Laws
The Law and Practice of Jury Selection
Defense of Criminal Cases
Criminal Process of Adjudication
Federal Courts: Jurisdiction and Procedure of the District Courts
International Arbitration
Milton R. Abrahams Legal Clinic
Classroom Component-Milton Abrahams Legal Clinic
Health Law Survey
Mediation Process
Prosecution of Criminal Cases
Juvenile Justice Clinic
Classroom Component-Juvenile Justice Clinic
Scientific Evidence
Selected Research Topics
Wrongful Convictions
Pretrial Litigation
Trial Practice
Externship Classroom Component
Total Credits18-20