Students earn skills credit upon successfully completing any of the following law courses. The course must be in a section taught by the designated professor in order for skills credit to be awarded. Unless otherwise noted, each course earns a single, general skills credit.
|Course #||Course Title||Professor|
|L832||Immigration & Citizenship Law||Medina|
|L836||Real Estate Transactions||Crusto|
|L861||Trial Practice Seminar||Lecesne|
|L886||Environmental Law Sem: Advocacy Project||Cufone|
|L885||Gender Law in Practice||Medina|
|L896||Professionalism Seminar: Basic Trans Drafting||Lennox|
|L924||Human Rights Advocacy Project II||Woods|
|LCIV-L707||Civil Law Property II (Fall 2016 - Present)||Davrados/Lovett|
|LCIV-L715||Civil Law Successions (Fall 2016 - Present)||Wallace|
|LCIV-L900||Civil Law of Person||Wallace|
|LCIV-L900||Civil Law of Persons (Spring 2015 - Present)||Varnado|
|LCIV-L920||Civil Law Donations and Trust||Wallace|
*Note: Successful completion of L817 Mediation & Arbitration satisfies competency(2) Negotiation. Also, one semester of L897 Clinic Seminar earns 3 skills credits and satisfies competency (1) Client Interviewing; (3) Cultural competence and Interpersonal Skills and (4) Law office management and Professionalism. A second semesters of clinic earns an additional 3 skills credits and satisfies all four competency requirements.