A student presents evidence during a skills class
Simulation Courses

Simulation courses combine theory and practice through mock exercises that place students in various lawyering roles.  Students learn to plan, execute, and constructively debrief such lawyering “events” as (depending on the course) negotiations, client counseling sessions, motion arguments, direct and cross examinations of witnesses, etc.  These courses develop specific skills and competencies as well as students' general ability to solve problems, exercise professional judgment, and truly "think like a lawyer."

Required Courses (for Juris Doctor Candidates)
 
Elective Courses