Advanced Legal Research Courses for 2019-2020

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To help you become efficient and effective researchers, and to help you meet your experiential credit requirements, there are several Advanced Legal Research courses being taught by librarians during the 2019-20 academic year:

 Fall Semester

  • Semester-long: Advanced Legal Research, a two-credit survey course taught by Ms. Ellen Jones
  • Semester-long: Foreign, Comparative, and International Law Advanced Legal Research, a two-credit survey course taught by Mr. Don Ford
  • First eight weeks: Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Tax, a one-credit topical course taught by Ms. Kathy Hall

Winter Intersession

  • One week: Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Corporate/Business, a one-credit topical course taught by Mr. Don Ford
  • One week: State Legal Research: Iowa, a one-credit topical course taught by Ms. Ellen Jones

 Spring Semester

  • Semester-long: Advanced Legal Research, a two-credit survey course taught by Ms. Kathy Hall and Mr. Don Ford
  • Semester-long: Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Family & Elder Law, a one-credit topical course taught by Mr. Ted Potter
  • First eight weeks: Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Litigation & ADR, a one-credit topical course taught by Ms. Amy Koopmann
  • First eight weeks: Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Legal History, a one-credit topical course taught by Ms. Noëlle Sinclair

ALR courses are restricted to upper level law students. If you have questions about these courses, please contact the instructor.