William & Mary

Litigation

Courses listed are currently taught, or are expected to be offered, during the current academic year.

Foundational
Conflict of Laws: 
Evidence: 
The Federal Courts: 
Trial Advocacy - Basic Advanced Litigation: 
Virginia Civil Procedure: 
Supporting
Administrative Law: 
Advanced Writing and Practice - Pretrial Civil Practice: 
Advanced Writing and Practice - Appellate Advocacy: 
Advanced Writing and Practice - Pretrial Criminal Practice: 
Advanced Brief Writing: 
Alternative Dispute Resolution Survey: 
American Jury Seminar: 
Appellate & Supreme Court Clinic II: 
Appellate & Supreme Court Clinic I: 
Applied Evidence in a Technological Age: 
Copyright Law: 
Domestic Violence Clinic: 
Elder & Disability Law Clinic I (EDLC I): 
Electronic Discovery: 
Family Law Clinic: 
Federal Government Externship: 
Federal Tax Clinic: 
Foreign & International Research: 
Innocence Project Clinic I: 
Innocence Project Clinic II: 
Judicial Externship: 
Legislation and Statutory Interpretation: 
Mediation: 
Puller Veterans Clinic - Disability Compensation & Appeals: 
Remedies: 
Section 1983 Litigation: 
Special Education Advocacy Clinic II: 
Special Education Advocacy Clinic I (PELE): 
State & Local Government Externship: 
Technology-Augmented Trial Advocacy: 
The Death Penalty Seminar: 
Virginia Attorney General Externship: 
Virginia Criminal Procedure: 

1This course satisfies the writing requirement.
2Students can choose to have this course satisfy the writing requirement or not.

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