Lawyering Skills and Values II (3 Credits) LAW 0754

Course integrating legal theory with practice, professionalism, and technology in a pre-trial litigation setting. As students work through a case file, they interview clients, draft demand letters, client letters, pleadings and motions, research and write pre-trial memoranda, develop persuasive writing skills, counsel clients, orally argue a motion, and participate in court-ordered mediation. This is a required first year course for day and evening students who have received a passing grade in LSV I. Students who do not receive a passing grade in LSV I during the first year must take LSV II the first time it is offered after they receive a passing grade in LSV I. Prerequisite(s): Passing grade in Lawyering Skills and Values I (LSV I).