The student who successfully completes this course should have a knowledge of law sources and experience with their use. The student will learn the basics of legal research and perform research in the principle sources of law: cases, statutes, constitutions, court rules and administrative regulations. The student will also accomplish research in secondary authorities, will execute proper legal citations and will participate in the high technology of legal research. Lab fee required.
Prerequisites: ENC 1101 and PLA 1003 and BUL 2241 or PLA 2273 with a grade of "C" or higher.
Terms Offered: Spring
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