Advanced Legal Research Courses for Spring Semester 2018

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January seems far away, but now is the time to consider courses for next semester. To help you become efficient and effective researchers, and to help you meet your experiential credit requirements, there are several advanced legal research (ALR) courses being taught by librarians in Spring Semester 2018:

  • During intersession (January 9-12): Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Business Law, a 1-credit topical course taught by Mr. Don Ford
  • Semester-long: Advanced Legal Research, a 2-credit survey course taught by Ms. Ellen Jones
  • First eight weeks: Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), a 1-credit topical course taught by Ms. Amy Koopmann
  • Semester-long: Advanced Legal Research Methods in Specialized Subjects: Intellectual Property, a 1-credit topical course taught by Mr. Ted Potter

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