Course Descriptions

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Courses are graded unless indicated as Pass/Fail. Unless otherwise indicated, all courses will employ one or more evaluation methods, such as a final examination. Students are encouraged to speak with instructors for more details about course coverage and requirements.

Third Year Required Courses

Fall Semester


Introduction to Dispute Resolution LAW 300 1 Hours
This one-week workshop explores the many alternative ways of resolving disputes, particularly negotiation. S/U (Pass/Fail)

Fall & Spring Semester


Law of Lawyering LAW 302 3 Hours
Law of Lawyering is primarily concerned with the ethical and legal regulation of the legal profession covering such topics as conflicts of interests, confidentiality, attorney-client privilege, malpractice, lawyer-client decision-making, and other similar issues. The various rules studied are the rules most frequently encountered by all practitioners. In addition to studying ethical and legal regulation, this course also addresses the ethics of our practice more generally and, most especially, the question of what we mean when we say that someone is a good lawyer. This course is required by the Law School, by the Georgia Supreme Court, and by the American Bar Association.