|Course Title:||Legal Writing and Analysis|
|Course Number:||PA 2222|
|Credits:||3 semester credits|
|Prerequisites:||C or better in PA 2220 – Legal Research and ENG 1108.|
|Recommendations:||It is strongly recommended that students should complete ENG 1111 or 1114 prior to taking this course.|
|Catalog Description:||Provides the student with experience in the development of analytical writing skills in the preparation of case and trial briefs, legal memoranda, investigative summaries, and general legal correspondence.|
|Course Objectives/ Learning Outcomes:||Students will be able to:
Total Semester Hours: 48.0
|Course Focus:||To provide the student with experience in the development of analytical writing skills through the preparation of legal documents, memoranda, letters, and briefs.|
|Outcomes Measures:||The student may complete letters, documents, briefs, assignments, projects, and/or exam(s). Students will complete multiple rewrites of memorandums and appellate briefs. The student may also apply the controlling law on issue(s) to specific facts in a case problem to arrive at well-supported legal conclusion(s).
Numerical grading may be used. The final grade will be a full letter grade A-F.