Law 510:

Legal Research (0.0-1.0 units)

Examination of the basic sources of law for federal and California jurisdictions, utilizing a vast array of sources from books to computer-assisted research and analyzing research methodology and techniques. Graded CR/D/F.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Law, Gerontology/Juris Doctor, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Juris Doctor/Communication Management, Juris Doctor/Communications Management, Law/Economics, Law/International Relations, Juris Doctor/Public Administration, Juris Doctor/Public Policy, Juris Doctor/Political Science, Law/Philosophy, Law/Real Estate Development, Law/Religion, Juris Doctor/Religion and Social Ethics, Law/Social Work
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