Legal Analysis and Communication

Read the course description below to learn how this course will be taught.

This course will be taught in person on some days (with remote participation via Zoom permitted) but online via Zoom on others.

Introduction to problem-solving through law-practice simulation. Focuses on legal research, writing mechanics, predictive written analysis, and oral presentation of research results.


Class Details

Meeting Days Time Location
Monday 10:30 - 11:37 am TNH 2.140
Wednesday 1:20 - 2:27 pm ONLINE
Evaluation Method Date Time Alpha Range Room

Additional Information

Course Type
Grading Method
Pass/Fail Not Allowed
  • 3 credit hours count toward ABA Experiential Learning Requirement

  • Textbooks

    • Texas Rules of Form - Texas Law Review
        Texas Law Review , edition: 14th
        ISBN: 978-1878674104   (required)
    • A Lawyer Writes - Coughlin, Christine, et al
        Carolina Academic Press , edition: 3rd
        ISBN: 978-1531008765   (required)
    • Researching the Law - Sloan, Amy, E.
        Wolters Kluwer , edition: 3rd
        ISBN: 978-1543813364   (required)
    • The Bluebook - Harvard Law Review
        Harvard Law Review , edition: 21st
        ISBN: 978-1096808718   (required)
    • Fine Points for Legal Writing - Schiess, Wayne
        ISBN: 978-1096808718   (required)