261.5A sec. 1 - Armed Conflict and International Law - Lab Section (Fall 2014)Instructor: Ryan S. Lincoln (view instructor's teaching evaluations | profile)
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Meeting Time: Tu 5:00-5:50
Meeting Location: 129
Course Start: August 26, 2014
Course Control Number (Non-1Ls): 49766
This one-credit, optional lab section offers students the opportunity to develop core legal skills applicable to a wide range of legal practice. Specifically, students will use individual researchâ€”and the readings, lectures, and other materials from Prof. Jastramâ€™s companion lecture course on Armed Conflict and International Lawâ€”to write two memoranda pertaining to different aspects and applications of international law to armed conflict. Class time will be largely collaborativeâ€”students will read and critique each otherâ€™s written work, as will the instructor. Students will also have the opportunity to polish one of these memoranda into a writing sample suitable for certain job applications.
261.5 Armed Conflict and International Law (Jastram). Must be enrolled concurrently.
This course satisfies the Skills Requirement.
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