Students complete many of the required courses during the first year of law school.
The second-year required courses are listed below.
|Constitutional Law – Powers||Fall|
|Civil Dispute Resolution *||Fall|
|Liberties: Advanced Legal Reasoning *||Spring|
|Advocacy **||Spring (day time lectures only)/Fall (evening lectures only)|
*Full-time students take Civil Dispute Resolution and Liberties: Advanced Legal Reasoning during their first year of school.
** Full-time students may take Advocacy anytime during the second year. Part time students normally take Advocacy in the fall semester of the third year.
|Required Courses||36 credits|
|Skills Courses||2 credits – minimum (in addition to 3 credit Advocacy)|
|Statutory Courses||5 credits – minimum|
|Elective Courses||43 credits (fewer than 43 if Statutory/Skills credits exceed 10)|
|Total Needed to Graduate||86 credits|