Juris Doctor

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Associate Dean, Academic Affairs:  Ezra Friedman

Program Overview

Our primary academic program is the Juris Doctor (JD) degree, which includes our joint degree programs: JD-MBA, JD-PhD, JD-LLM in Taxation, and JD-LLM in International Human Rights.  We also offer a Two-Year JD program designed for internationally educated attorneys, as well as opportunities for transfer and visiting JD students.

JD Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate with the degree of Juris Doctor from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, each student must:

  • Earn 85 semester credit hours during 6 to 7 semesters in residence at Northwestern Law.
  • Achieve a cumulative GPA of at least 2.25 (or 2.0 if two-thirds of all grades are C+ or better)
  • Successfully complete all required first year courses
  • Satisfy the Legal Ethics requirement
  • Complete a Perspective Elective (from a list of such courses as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at registration)
  • Complete 6 credits of Experiential Learning (from a list of such courses as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at registration)
  • Satisfy the Advanced Writing Requirement
  • Dual degree and 2-year-JD students must fulfill additional/modified requirements as specified on their respective program pages. 

JD Curriculum

The first year of study at Northwestern Law focuses on building a solid foundation in legal reasoning, analysis, and writing, as well as a thorough understanding of the structures and policies of the law. 

First Year Coursework

The following required first-year courses provide a basic foundation in law and legal reasoning:

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall
LITARB 530 Civil Procedure
LAWSTUDY 540 Communication and Legal Reasoning I
BUSCOM 510 Contracts
CRIM 520 Criminal Law
PPTYTORT 530
Property
or Torts
Spring
LAWSTUDY 541 Communication and Legal Reasoning II
CONPUB 500 Constitutional Law
PPTYTORT 550
Torts
or Property
First 1L Elective Course
Second 1L Elective Course

Electives Open to First Year Students

During the Spring semester of the first year, students choose two upper-class electives that may form the basis of additional study in subsequent years.  1L electives are marked with the "Open Elective" attribute and may vary from year to year.

NOTE: While every effort is made to ensure the following lists are accurate, change is inevitable.  Courses used to satisfy graduation requirements must be designated as such at the time of registration.  Not all courses are offered every year.

Course Title
BUSCOM 601SBusiness Associations
BUSCOM 602KCorporations
BUSCOM 605BContracts II: Complex Commercial Contracting
BUSCOM 629Employment Law
BUSCOM 630Labor Law
BUSCOM 690Basic Federal Income Taxation
CONPUB 610First Amendment
CONPUB 615Fourteenth Amendment
CONPUB 617SLocal Government Law
CONPUB 619Employment Discrimination
CONPUB 633American Indian Law
CONPUB 644Legislation
CONPUB 645Law and Social Change
CONPUB 660Immigration Law
CONPUB 690International Law
CONPUB 695International Criminal Law
CRIM 641American Criminal Codes 2001: Rewriting the Illinois Criminal Code
LAWSTUDY 601Jurisprudence: Foundational Questions of Law and Lawyering
LAWSTUDY 612Western Legal Tradition
LAWSTUDY 631LEconomic Analysis of Law
LAWSTUDY 640Language and Law
LAWSTUDY 642Narrative Structures Law, Literature, Journalism, Film
LAWSTUDY 656Law and Psychology
LAWSTUDY 707English Legal History
LAWSTUDY 710Privacy Law
LAWSTUDY 726The Legal Profession
LAWSTUDY 920American Legal History
LITARB 650Civil Procedure II
LITARB 656Remedies
PPTYTORT 610Environmental Law
PPTYTORT 620Family Law
PPTYTORT 625Estates and Trusts
PPTYTORT 635Torts II
PPTYTORT 640Insurance Law
PPTYTORT 650Intellectual Property
PPTYTORT 651Patent Law

Unique First Year Opportunities

  • Teamwork and communication skills are strongly emphasized in classes such as Communication and Legal Reasoning, a required year-long course in which students collaborate on analytical exercises and group projects. Part of this class involves participation in the Arlyn Miner First-Year Moot Court.
  • At the end of the year, students may apply for a position on one of the Law School’s scholarly journals.  Selection is based on a mandatory write-on process following first-year spring semester exams, unless students are accepted through an optional 1L Provisional Membership Program for three of our six journals that takes place during the spring semester of the first year.

Second and Third Year Curriculum

After the first year, JD students choose elective courses to satisfy the remaining degree requirements.  Students generally register for 14 to 16 credit hours each term, and cannot enroll in more than 17 credits per semester.

NOTE: While every effort is made to ensure the following lists are accurate, change is inevitable.  Courses used to satisfy graduation requirements must be designated as such at the time of registration.  Not all courses are offered every year.

Legal Ethics (1 course)

Students must successfully complete the legal ethics requirement by completing one (and only one) course from a list of such courses as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at registration.

Course Title
Legal Ethics Course Options
LITARB 600Legal Ethics
LITARB 600GLegal Ethics in a Global Legal Practice
LITARB 600LLegal Ethics for Business Lawyers
LITARB 600PLegal Ethics for Public Interest and Government Lawyers
LITARB 607Legal Ethics (ITA)
TAXLAW 685Tax Ethics, Opinions and Penalties

Perspective Elective (1 course)

Students must successfully complete the perspective elective requirement by completing one course from a list of such courses as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at registration.

Course Title
CONPUB 605CComparative Constitutional Law Seminar
CONPUB 640Critical Race Theory
CONPUB 651Feminist Jurisprudence
CONPUB 667Law and Society
CONPUB 670Ideas of the First Amendment
CONPUB 722LComparative Law
CONPUB 724Constitutional Design in the Muslim World I
CONPUB 725Constitutional Design in the Muslim World II
CONPUB 726Public Corruption & the Law
CONPUB 727Liability and Enforcement in Criminal and International Law
CONPUB 730Race, Social Science, and the Law
CRIM 637Criminal Procedure: Theoretical Foundations
CRIM 656The American Death Penalty
CRIM 692Mass Incarceration
CRIM 696Restorative Justice Seminar
LAWSTUDY 510Colloquium: Law and Gender
LAWSTUDY 601Jurisprudence: Foundational Questions of Law and Lawyering
LAWSTUDY 612Western Legal Tradition
LAWSTUDY 613Economics and the Environment
LAWSTUDY 615Law and Rhetoric
LAWSTUDY 616History of Economic Regulation
LAWSTUDY 631LEconomic Analysis of Law
LAWSTUDY 632LSpecial Topics: Economic Analysis of the Law
LAWSTUDY 633Colloquium: Law and Economics
LAWSTUDY 640Language and Law
LAWSTUDY 642Narrative Structures Law, Literature, Journalism, Film
LAWSTUDY 644Analyzing Human Rights
LAWSTUDY 647BAuthenticity in Legal Practice
LAWSTUDY 656Law and Psychology
LAWSTUDY 668Legal History Workshop
LAWSTUDY 670American Democracy
LAWSTUDY 677Colloquium: Legal History
LAWSTUDY 695Quantitative Reasoning in the Law
LAWSTUDY 702Colloquium: Legal Theory
LAWSTUDY 703Analytical Methods
LAWSTUDY 707English Legal History
LAWSTUDY 708Law and Literature
LAWSTUDY 720Empirical legal Studies
LAWSTUDY 722Economic Analysis of Corp. Securities Law
LAWSTUDY 723Legal History Colloquium
LAWSTUDY 920American Legal History
LAWSTUDY 921American Legal History: The Warren Court
PPTYTORT 600Land Use and Other Urban Issues
PPTYTORT 624Innovation Theory & Intellectual Property
PPTYTORT 684Philosophy of Intellectual Property

Experiential Learning (6 credit hours)

Students must successfully complete the experiential learning requirement by completing at least 6 credit hours from a list of such courses as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at registration.

Course Title
BUSCOM 605BContracts II: Complex Commercial Contracting
BUSCOM 631Entrepreneurship Law
BUSCOM 633IStructuring Transactions: Real Estate
BUSCOM 633MStructuring Transactions: Mergers and Acquisitions
BUSCOM 633TPrivate Equity Transactions
BUSCOM 633UVenture Capital and Early Stage Financing
BUSCOM 633VStructuring Transactions: Sale of a Business
BUSCOM 633ZStructuring Transactions: Financial Institutions
BUSCOM 646BInternational Project Finance
BUSCOM 660Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
BUSCOM 667Corporate Restructuring: Bankruptcy Reorganizations
BUSCOM 670PPracticum: Corporate Counsel
BUSCOM 670PSPracticum: Corporate Counsel
BUSCOM 707Business Principles for Lawyers
BUSCOM 736Advanced Contract Drafting for Entrepreneurs
BUSCOM 738Negotiating a Joint Venture in China
BUSCOM 779Practicum: High Tech
BUSCOM 790Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
CONPUB 638Practicum: Public Interest Law
CONPUB 638DPracticum: Public Interest Law
CONPUB 647Practicum: Judicial
CONPUB 647DPracticum: Judicial
CONPUB 647SPracticum: Judicial
CONPUB 656Practicum: Civil Government
CONPUB 896Intensive Practicum
CRIM 608Practicum: Criminal Law
CRIM 621Criminal Trial Practice
CRIM 626Fed Crim Justice Practice
CRIM 691Practicum: Restorative Justice
CRIM 693Restorative Justice, Community Building, and Practice
LAWSTUDY 618Spanish for Lawyers
LAWSTUDY 620Advanced Legal Research
LAWSTUDY 620AAdvanced Legal Writing: Argument, Advocacy, Drafting
LAWSTUDY 622Basics of Contract Drafting
LAWSTUDY 628Advanced Legal Writing: Writing for the Court
LAWSTUDY 629Foreign, Comparative, and International Legal Research
LAWSTUDY 711Client Strategies
LAWSTUDY 719Advanced Legal Writing: Trial-Level and Post-Hearing Briefs
LAWSTUDY 725Data Privacy
LITARB 604International Business Law Negotiation
LITARB 604TInternational Business Law & Negotiations
LITARB 605Trial Advocacy ITA
LITARB 608Litigation, Crises and Strategic Communications
LITARB 610Introduction to Trial Advocacy
LITARB 614AIntellectual Property Litigation: Pretrial Skills
LITARB 616Pre-Trial Advocacy
LITARB 620Advanced Trial Practice
LITARB 621Appellate Advocacy
LITARB 670Negotiation
LITARB 670SNegotiation Workshop
LITARB 672Advanced Negotiation Workshop
LITARB 675Mediation and Advocacy
LITARB 676Practicum: Mediation Practice
LITARB 681Law, Advocacy & Public Persuasion
LITARB 684Law, Advocacy & Public Persuasion II
LITARB 693The Visual Display of Evidence at Trial
LITARB 695International Arbitration
LITARB 700Clinic: Entrepreneurship Law Center
LITARB 704Clinic Practice: Wrongful Convictions and Juvenile Justice
LITARB 705Clinic Practice: Eviction Defense and Unemployment Compensation Clinic
LITARB 706Clinic: Juvenile Justice/ Criminal Trials and Appeals/PreTrial Representation
LITARB 708Clinic Practice: Center on Wrongful Convictions
LITARB 712Clinic Practice: Center for Criminal Defense
LITARB 714Clinic: International Human Rights Advocacy
LITARB 716Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice Trials and Criminal Appeals
LITARB 719Clinic Practice: Federal Criminal Appellate Practice
LITARB 720Clinic Practice: Human Rights Advocacy at Home and Abroad
LITARB 721Clinic: Civil Rights Litigation
LITARB 722Clinic Practice: The United States Supreme Court
LITARB 728Clinic Practice: Immigration Law
LITARB 729Clinic Practice: Environmental Advocacy
LITARB 730Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation & Investor Protection
LITARB 733Clinic Juvenile Justice Pre-Trial, Trial, Appeal and Post-Dispositional / Post-Conviction Advocacy
LITARB 734Clinic: Second Chances: Advocacy for Children in Juvenile & Criminal Court
LITARB 735Clinic Practice: Criminal Defense - The Death Penalty
LITARB 741Clinic: International Human Rights Law and Practice
LITARB 743Legal Ethics in Motion
LITARB 745Clinic Practice: Children’s Rights Advocacy: International and Domestic
LITARB 746Clinic: Community Justice and Civil Rights Litigation
PPTYTORT 614Structuring Transactions: Environmental Law
PPTYTORT 641Medical Innovation I
PPTYTORT 642Medical Innovation II
PPTYTORT 644Structuring Transactions: Music Law
PPTYTORT 668Practicum: Health Law
PPTYTORT 674Intellectual-Property Strategy and Business Implications for Companies

Advanced Writing Requirement (2 courses)

Students must also fulfill an upper level writing requirement in their second or third year. This requirement can be met by completing one Research Writing course plus one Professional Writing course.  JDMBAs and 2-Year-JDs may satisfy the upper level writing requirement by completing either one Research Writing course or one Professional Writing course, but they may not count the writing course toward another degree requirement, such as Experiential Learning.


Research Writing
  1. A course meets the graduation requirement of a Research Writing course if a principal element of the assigned work in the course consists of one or more papers totaling a minimum of 7,000 words, including footnotes, and meets the following criteria:
    • Each paper makes an argument based on research conducted by the student.
    • Each student submits a full initial draft for each paper.
    • Each student receives substantial individual feedback from the professor on the clarity and effectiveness of the writing as well as on the substance and organization of the argument in the draft.
    • Each student submits a final draft responding to the professor’s feedback.
  2. Senior Research (4 credits) or a 3-credit Independent Study project counts as the equivalent of a Research Writing course.
  3. Satisfactory completion of a journal note written with faculty supervision, certified as satisfactory by the appropriate journal editor and the faculty supervisor, counts as the equivalent of a Research Writing course.
Professional Writing
  1. A course meets the graduation requirement of a Professional Writing course if a principal element of the assigned work in the course consists of substantial transactional, litigation, legislative, regulatory, public advocacy, or judicial writing of the sort that practicing lawyers do and that is assigned in a real or hypothetical practice context. This sort of writing is designated here as an “assignment.”
  2. Assignments meet the Professional Writing requirement if they consist of at least:
    1. A single substantial written assignment of approximately 5,000 words, written entirely by an individual student; or
    2. Three or more written assignments completed over the course of the semester.
      1. A single assignment that requires multiple substantial revisions responding to feedback may count as multiple assignments.
      2. Although professors may permit students to write some assignments under 2(b) collaboratively, the professor must also have the opportunity to distinguish and evaluate each student’s individual writing.
  3. Students must receive substantial feedback on the clarity and effectiveness of the writing as well as on the substance and organization of each assignment.

NOTE: While every effort is made to ensure the following lists are accurate, change is inevitable.  Courses used to satisfy graduation requirements must be designated as such at the time of registration.  Not all courses are offered every year.

Course Title
Research Writing
BUSCOM 680Mutual Fund Regulation
BUSCOM 727International Bankruptcy
BUSCOM 732Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Smart Contracts
CONPUB 605CComparative Constitutional Law Seminar
CONPUB 637Law and Education
CONPUB 640Critical Race Theory
CONPUB 651Feminist Jurisprudence
CONPUB 664Animal Law Seminar
CONPUB 682Women, Children, Gender and Human Rights
CONPUB 697Globalization and the Legal Profession
CONPUB 700Nation Building: International Human Rights in Transitional Societies
CONPUB 702International HR Law: Differing Perspectives, Europe, the Americas, US
CONPUB 706International Law: the Law of War
CONPUB 709A New World Order: the Role of the United Nations in Advancing the Rule of Law and Human Rights
CONPUB 730Race, Social Science, and the Law
CONPUB 736Food Law and Policy Seminar
CONPUB 737Legal Issues in Arab-Israeli conflict
CONPUB 741Trade Secrets Seminar
CONPUB 744Separation of Powers
CONPUB 747State Constitutional Law and Contemporary Public Policy
CONPUB 750Constitutional and Statutory Interpretation
CONPUB 752Economic Liberty & the Constitution
CONPUB 754Cybercrime
CONPUB 755Global Freedom of Expression and the Press
CONPUB 757Free Speech on Campus
CONPUB 758Reproductive Health and Justice Seminar
CONPUB 762Originalism: Theory and Practice
CONPUB 775The Regulation of Money in Politics
CRIM 637Criminal Procedure: Theoretical Foundations
CRIM 638Criminal Justice Reform
CRIM 649Children in Conflict with the Law
CRIM 650Chicago’s Gun Violence Epidemic
CRIM 655Prisons and Prisoners' Rights
CRIM 665Crime and Criminology
CRIM 685Wrongful Convictions: History, Policy, and Reform
CRIM 697Reform of Criminal Procedure: Tanzania I
LAWSTUDY 613Economics and the Environment
LAWSTUDY 615Law and Rhetoric
LAWSTUDY 616History of Economic Regulation
LAWSTUDY 647BAuthenticity in Legal Practice
LAWSTUDY 705Colloquium: Public Law II
LAWSTUDY 709Law, Legal Institutions, and the New Political Economy
LAWSTUDY 718Law of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
LAWSTUDY 722Economic Analysis of Corp. Securities Law
LAWSTUDY 724Intersection of Crim, Education, Health, Env. And Immigration
LAWSTUDY 727Federalist Papers
LITARB 540Advanced Problems in Evidence
LITARB 613Mental Models in Conflict Resolution
LITARB 625Advanced Topics in Litigation
LITARB 671Juries
LITARB 739The Nature of Juridical Proof
LITARB 740Civil Rights Lawyering Seminar
LITARB 744International Litigation
PPTYTORT 613Clean Energy and Environmental Constitutionalism
PPTYTORT 624Innovation Theory & Intellectual Property
PPTYTORT 630Tort and Products Liability
PPTYTORT 645Colloquium: Environmental Law
PPTYTORT 658Disability Law Seminar
PPTYTORT 660International Environmental Law
PPTYTORT 667Environmental Justice Seminar
PPTYTORT 683Water Law
PPTYTORT 689Estates and Trusts: The Dead Hand
Professional Writing
BUSCOM 637Entertainment Law
BUSCOM 706International Investment
CONPUB 735Human Trafficking
CONPUB 748Fair Housing – Policies, Litigation, and Mediation
CONPUB 753Data Breach Notification
CRIM 612Criminal RICO Prosecutions:
CRIM 626Fed Crim Justice Practice
CRIM 698Reform of Criminal Procedure: Tanzania II
LAWSTUDY 620AAdvanced Legal Writing: Argument, Advocacy, Drafting
LAWSTUDY 622Basics of Contract Drafting
LAWSTUDY 628Advanced Legal Writing: Writing for the Court
LAWSTUDY 719Advanced Legal Writing: Trial-Level and Post-Hearing Briefs
LAWSTUDY 725Data Privacy
LITARB 604International Business Law Negotiation
LITARB 616Pre-Trial Advocacy
LITARB 621Appellate Advocacy
LITARB 626Dispute Resolution in Sports
LITARB 627Dispute Resolution
LITARB 659Civil Discovery
LITARB 681Law, Advocacy & Public Persuasion
LITARB 687Arbitration in the United States
LITARB 719Clinic Practice: Federal Criminal Appellate Practice
LITARB 721Clinic: Civil Rights Litigation
LITARB 722Clinic Practice: The United States Supreme Court
LITARB 730Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation & Investor Protection
LITARB 733Clinic Juvenile Justice Pre-Trial, Trial, Appeal and Post-Dispositional / Post-Conviction Advocacy
LITARB 743Legal Ethics in Motion
PPTYTORT 614Structuring Transactions: Environmental Law

Recommended Electives and Foundational Courses

All JD students are encouraged to complete courses from the following list.  The classes provide an excellent foundation for future upper level coursework:

Recommended Foundational Electives

Course Title
BUSCOM 601SBusiness Associations
BUSCOM 660Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
BUSCOM 690Basic Federal Income Taxation
CONPUB 600Administrative Law
CONPUB 603Conflict of Laws
CONPUB 610First Amendment
CONPUB 615Fourteenth Amendment
CONPUB 644Legislation
CONPUB 650Federal Jurisdiction
CONPUB 690International Law
CONPUB 722LComparative Law
CRIM 610Constitutional Criminal Procedure
LITARB 606Evidence (ITA)
LITARB 635Evidence
LITARB 650Civil Procedure II
LITARB 656Remedies
PPTYTORT 625Estates and Trusts

Unique Second and Third Year Opportunities

  • Students may choose a general course of study or a concentration in one of six areas.
  • Our renowned Bluhm Legal Clinic is one of the largest and most comprehensive in the country. The program offers training through a simulation-based curriculum, which includes the Bartlit Center for Trial Advocacy, the Program on Advocacy and Professionalism, and the Program on Negotiation and Mediation.
  • Students may also choose to pursue on-the-job experience through a Practicum. Northwestern Law offers Judicial, Criminal, Public Interest, Corporate Counsel, Civil Government, and Mediation practica, which also have a seminar component.
  • Second-year students can participate in the Law School's annual Julius H. Miner Moot Court competition, an appellate advocacy program administered by third-year students with faculty supervision.
  • For those interested in international law, Northwestern Law offers study abroad programs in Australia, Belgium, Amsterdam, Israel, Argentina, and Singapore. Students may also earn credit for summer study abroad programs offered by other American Bar Association-approved institutions.
  • Students may also participate in an International Team Project (ITP). Participants work with other students to customize a curriculum and research agenda, then team up for extensive study of the chosen country, including two weeks of field research abroad and a final group project. Recent ITP countries have included Brazil, Russia, Vietnam, New Zealand, Chile, India, and Namibia.

Dual Degree, Transfer, Visiting, and 2-year-JD Options

Northwestern Law offers several dual degree programs and enrollment options for JD students:

JD Concentrations

Students who complete a concentration will receive a notation on their official transcripts after satisfying all concentration requirements. Students may enroll in more than one concentration as long as they can complete all the requirements.

The Northwestern Law faculty has approved the following curricular concentrations for students interested in exploring a specific area of law:

Concentration Requirements

While specific courses for each concentration necessarily differ, all concentrations have a minimum credit requirement, and require completion of at least one substantial research writing project.

Procedures

Registration/checklist forms are available for each concentration from the Office of the Registrar. Students keep a copy of the form to document completion of their concentration requirements. This form is also used to certify completion of the research/writing requirement. Before students can receive a notation on their official transcripts, the faculty program director must sign the form, certifying completion of the writing requirement and approval of its relevance to the concentration.

Completed, signed concentration forms are due in the Office of the Registrar no later than the grade due date for the last term of the student's attendance. Questions regarding procedural requirements and transcript notations should be directed to the Office of the Registrar.

For information regarding concentration requirements, contact the program director of the appropriate concentration. Should questions arise about whether a particular course is in the area of concentration, the program director will decide.

JD Courses

The following courses are open to JD students.  Please note while every effort is made to ensure these lists are accurate, change is inevitable and courses may show alternate program restrictions at the time of scheduling.  Courses used to satisfy graduation requirements must be designated as such at the time of registration.   Not all courses are offered each year.  

LAWSTUDY 620Advanced Legal Research
BUSCOM 621Advanced Securities Regulation
LITARB 620Advanced Trial Practice
LAWSTUDY 920American Legal History
BUSCOM 650Antitrust Law
BUSCOM 652Antitrust Law II
BUSCOM 679Banking Law and Regulation
BUSCOM 642Business Planning
CONPUB 692Children's Rights
LITARB 530Civil Procedure
LITARB 650Civil Procedure II
BUSCOM 660Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
BUSCOM 683Commercial Real Estate Finance: Debt and Equity Considerations in Real Estate Transactions
CONPUB 603Conflict of Laws
CRIM 610Constitutional Criminal Procedure
CONPUB 500Constitutional Law
BUSCOM 671Contract Theory
BUSCOM 510Contracts
PPTYTORT 652Copyright Law
TAXLAW 610Corporate Taxation (LLM Tax)
CRIM 520Criminal Law
CRIM 620Criminal Process
CRIM 621Criminal Trial Practice
BUSCOM 665Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
BUSCOM 634The Derivatives Markets and Legal Practice
PPTYTORT 658Disability Law Seminar
CONPUB 608Telecommunications
CONPUB 619Employment Discrimination
BUSCOM 637Entertainment Law
BUSCOM 631Entrepreneurship Law
PPTYTORT 610Environmental Law
PPTYTORT 625Estates and Trusts
BUSCOM 611European Union Law
LITARB 606Evidence (ITA)
PPTYTORT 620Family Law
BUSCOM 690Basic Federal Income Taxation
CONPUB 650Federal Jurisdiction
CONPUB 610First Amendment
CONPUB 607Food and Drug Law
CONPUB 615Fourteenth Amendment
LAWSTUDY 990Graduate Research
PPTYTORT 615Hazardous Waste
PPTYTORT 675Introduction to Health Law
PPTYTORT 676Health Care and Organizations
CRIM 680Homicide
PPTYTORT 650Intellectual Property
CONPUB 694International Human Rights Law
CONPUB 695International Criminal Law
PPTYTORT 659International Intellectual Property
CONPUB 690International Law
CONPUB 697Globalization and the Legal Profession
CONPUB 691International Team Project
LITARB 610Introduction to Trial Advocacy
CONPUB 647Practicum: Judicial
LAWSTUDY 601Jurisprudence: Foundational Questions of Law and Lawyering
PPTYTORT 600Land Use and Other Urban Issues
LAWSTUDY 640Language and Law
CONPUB 637Law and Education
CONPUB 645Law and Social Change
LAWSTUDY 659Law Practice Field Studies
LAWSTUDY 600Legal Drafting
LITARB 600Legal Ethics
LITARB 607Legal Ethics (ITA)
LAWSTUDY 540Communication and Legal Reasoning I
CONPUB 644Legislation
PPTYTORT 671Medicine and the Law
BUSCOM 638Mergers and Acquisitions
CONPUB 633American Indian Law
PPTYTORT 618Natural Resources
LITARB 670Negotiation
CONPUB 641The Not for Profit Institution: Issues of Law and Governance
TAXLAW 620Partnership Tax (LLM Tax)
PPTYTORT 651Patent Law
PPTYTORT 635Torts II
BUSCOM 670Practical Issues in Business Law
CONPUB 638Practicum: Public Interest Law
LITARB 619Pretrial Litigation
PPTYTORT 530Property
CONPUB 698Refugees and Asylum
CONPUB 613Law and Religion
LITARB 656Remedies
CONPUB 620Second Amendment
BUSCOM 620Securities Regulation
CONPUB 617State and Local Government
TAXLAW 650Estate and Gift Tax
BUSCOM 675Law and Technology
PPTYTORT 630Tort and Products Liability
PPTYTORT 550Torts
PPTYTORT 653Trademarks and Unfair Competition
LITARB 605Trial Advocacy ITA
LITARB 698Trial Team I
LITARB 699Trial Team II
CRIM 675White Collar Criminal Practice
BUSCOM 602KCorporations
LAWSTUDY 631ELaw and Economics (ECON)
CONPUB 660Immigration Law
PPTYTORT 640Insurance Law
BUSCOM 630Labor Law
LAWSTUDY 660Law and Social Order
BUSCOM 624Securities Regulation: Enforcement & Liability
BUSCOM 661Securitization Law
LAWSTUDY 690Senior Research
CONPUB 680Sexual Orientation and the Law
LAWSTUDY 670American Democracy
LITARB 630Civil Rights Litigation
BUSCOM 629Employment Law
BUSCOM 623International Financial Markets
LITARB 671Juries
CRIM 655Prisons and Prisoners' Rights
BUSCOM 646Project Finance
LITARB 693The Visual Display of Evidence at Trial
LITARB 675Mediation and Advocacy
CONPUB 600Administrative Law
LAWSTUDY 656Law and Psychology
LAWSTUDY 799Law School Consortium
CONPUB 642Race, Racism and Law
BUSCOM 625Securities Enforcement
LITARB 695International Arbitration
CRIM 608Practicum: Criminal Law
PPTYTORT 690Admiralty Law
BUSCOM 649KAccounting for Decision-Making [Kellogg]
BUSCOM 651Antitrust Law I
BUSCOM 654Antitrust Law and Policy
BUSCOM 609Corporate Governance
CONPUB 640Critical Race Theory
BUSCOM 628Employee Benefits
PPTYTORT 660International Environmental Law
BUSCOM 626Futures Markets
CONPUB 693International Agreements
PPTYTORT 654Patents and Copyrights
LITARB 657Persuasive Techniques
CONPUB 665Regulated Industries
CONPUB 636Religion, Politics and the Constitution
BUSCOM 669Small Business Representation
TAXLAW 680Tax Policy
BUSCOM 676Financing the Entrepreneurial Venture
CRIM 665Crime and Criminology
BUSCOM 670PSPracticum: Corporate Counsel
BUSCOM 643Business Reorganization: Bankruptcy
PPTYTORT 611Environmental Law Seminar
CRIM 606Race, Crime, & Law
CRIM 641American Criminal Codes 2001: Rewriting the Illinois Criminal Code
BUSCOM 640Finance I
LITARB 621Appellate Advocacy
CONPUB 682Women, Children, Gender and Human Rights
LAWSTUDY 679Empirical Analysis of Law and Legal Issues
BUSCOM 631PEntrepreneurship Law Practicum
BUSCOM 680Mutual Fund Regulation
CRIM 685Wrongful Convictions: History, Policy, and Reform
CRIM 631Sentencing Theory and Practice
CONPUB 651Feminist Jurisprudence
LITARB 676Practicum: Mediation Practice
BUSCOM 684Tax Policy
BUSCOM 648Theory of the Firm and the Law
CONPUB 646Empirical Study of the Judicial System
BUSCOM 667Corporate Restructuring: Bankruptcy Reorganizations
TAXLAW 670International Taxation
LITARB 700Clinic: Entrepreneurship Law Center
LITARB 704Clinic Practice: Wrongful Convictions and Juvenile Justice
LITARB 705Clinic Practice: Eviction Defense and Unemployment Compensation Clinic
LITARB 706Clinic: Juvenile Justice/ Criminal Trials and Appeals/PreTrial Representation
LITARB 708Clinic Practice: Center on Wrongful Convictions
PPTYTORT 612Risk and Environmental Decision-making
TAXLAW 640Taxation of Property Transactions
TAXLAW 641Advanced Taxation of Property Transactions
TAXLAW 621Advanced Partnership Taxation
TAXLAW 699AAdvanced Research and Writing on Tax Issues
TAXLAW 651Estate Planning
TAXLAW 686Executive Compensation
TAXLAW 655Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates
TAXLAW 615Tax Exempt Organizations
TAXLAW 688State and Local Taxation
TAXLAW 685Tax Ethics, Opinions and Penalties
BUSCOM 601SBusiness Associations
CONPUB 629Colloquium: Constitutional Law
LAWSTUDY 633Colloquium: Law and Economics
BUSCOM 656Corporate Finance
PPTYTORT 613Clean Energy and Environmental Constitutionalism
TAXLAW 675Tax Procedure
LITARB 677Dispute Resolution
CONPUB 700Nation Building: International Human Rights in Transitional Societies
LAWSTUDY 677Colloquium: Legal History
LAWSTUDY 629Foreign, Comparative, and International Legal Research
LAWSTUDY 611Introduction to International, Foreign, and Comparative Law Research
LAWSTUDY 900AResident in Research
CONPUB 623Sex Discrimination at Work and Play
TAXLAW 673Advanced International Corporate Tax Transactions
TAXLAW 676Tax Audits, Appeals, and Litigation
CRIM 649Children in Conflict with the Law
CONPUB 673The U.S. Supreme Court
BUSCOM 633AStructuring Transactions
BUSCOM 633EStructuring Transactions: Information Technology and E-Commerce
BUSCOM 633FStructuring Transactions: Financing a Business
BUSCOM 633HStructuring Transactions: Commercial Finance
BUSCOM 633IStructuring Transactions: Real Estate
LAWSTUDY 910VVisiting Away
LITARB 712Clinic Practice: Center for Criminal Defense
LAWSTUDY 642Narrative Structures Law, Literature, Journalism, Film
LAWSTUDY 631LEconomic Analysis of Law
TAXLAW 674Tax Treaties
LITARB 714Clinic: International Human Rights Advocacy
LAWSTUDY 622Basics of Contract Drafting
LAWSTUDY 672Pro Bono in Large Law Firms
BUSCOM 633MStructuring Transactions: Mergers and Acquisitions
CONPUB 696NThe Law and Politics of Foreign Relations
LITARB 614AIntellectual Property Litigation: Pretrial Skills
BUSCOM 690AEntity Taxation
PPTYTORT 661International Public Health: Law and Policy
CONPUB 600SAdvanced Administrative Law
LITARB 716Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice Trials and Criminal Appeals
CONPUB 656Practicum: Civil Government
LAWSTUDY 615Law and Rhetoric
LITARB 719Clinic Practice: Federal Criminal Appellate Practice
CONPUB 702International HR Law: Differing Perspectives, Europe, the Americas, US
CONPUB 670Ideas of the First Amendment
BUSCOM 633TPrivate Equity Transactions
LAWSTUDY 603Evidence of the Historicity of Jesus
LITARB 720Clinic Practice: Human Rights Advocacy at Home and Abroad
LITARB 721Clinic: Civil Rights Litigation
LITARB 722Clinic Practice: The United States Supreme Court
LAWSTUDY 618Spanish for Lawyers
LITARB 659Civil Discovery
BUSCOM 633UVenture Capital and Early Stage Financing
TAXLAW 678United States Transfer Pricing
LITARB 612The Strategy of Litigation
LAWSTUDY 619French Law Seminar
CONPUB 705International Externship Seminar
CRIM 656The American Death Penalty
TAXLAW 689Consolidated Returns
CONPUB 664Animal Law Seminar
PPTYTORT 641Medical Innovation I
PPTYTORT 642Medical Innovation II
BUSCOM 710International Corporate Governance
LAWSTUDY 906Global Exchange Study
PPTYTORT 628Intellectual Property Antitrust
LITARB 625Advanced Topics in Litigation
CONPUB 661Election Law
CONPUB 706International Law: the Law of War
LITARB 728Clinic Practice: Immigration Law
CONPUB 707Corporate Compliance and Social Mandates
LITARB 729Clinic Practice: Environmental Advocacy
LITARB 608Litigation, Crises and Strategic Communications
PPTYTORT 614Structuring Transactions: Environmental Law
LITARB 616Pre-Trial Advocacy
CONPUB 669Contemporary Supreme Court Cases
LAWSTUDY 694ALeadership and Organizations
LAWSTUDY 693Accounting and Finance
PPTYTORT 643Structuring Transactions: Patent Prosecution
LAWSTUDY 699Summer Research Internship
PPTYTORT 686KThe Law of Real Estate Development and Finance
CONPUB 709A New World Order: the Role of the United Nations in Advancing the Rule of Law and Human Rights
PPTYTORT 644Structuring Transactions: Music Law
TAXLAW 612Corporate Spinoffs and Other Divisive Reorganizations
TAXLAW 642Taxation of Structured Real Estate Transactions
CONPUB 711Practicum: Gulf Recovery Assistance
LITARB 623Power, Status and Negotiations
LAWSTUDY 700Pornography, Free Speech, and Moral Harm
LITARB 672Advanced Negotiation Workshop
LITARB 730Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation & Investor Protection
PPTYTORT 555Torts (Intellectual Property Program)
CONPUB 555Constitutional Law (Intellectual Property Program)
CRIM 555Criminal Law (Intellectual Property Program)
LITARB 611Conflict Management in Legal Practice
LITARB 613Mental Models in Conflict Resolution
CONPUB 668Current Issues in Chinese Law
BUSCOM 664The Evolving Role of the Law Department in the Modern Corporation and Legal Industry
LAWSTUDY 613Economics and the Environment
CONPUB 685International Criminal Law in U.S. Courts
BUSCOM 702Mergers, Acquisitions, and Industry Consolidation: A Case Study [Kellogg]
LITARB 681Law, Advocacy & Public Persuasion
LITARB 896Intensive Clinical Practice
CONPUB 896Intensive Practicum
CONPUB 897Intensive Practicum Seminar
TAXLAW 643European Union Taxation
TAXLAW 644Taxation of Debt Instruments and other Financial Transactions
BUSCOM 605DContracts II: UCC Article 2 (Sales Law)
LAWSTUDY 991Graduate PhD Coursework
LAWSTUDY 992Dissertation
PPTYTORT 682Intellectual Capital Management
TAXLAW 602S Corporations and Other Specially Taxed Entities
LITARB 604International Business Law Negotiation
LAWSTUDY 695Quantitative Reasoning in the Law
TAXLAW 631Controlled Foreign Corporations
TAXLAW 632International Estate Planning
PPTYTORT 645Colloquium: Environmental Law
LITARB 683Creating Change as a Lawyer
LITARB 733Clinic Juvenile Justice Pre-Trial, Trial, Appeal and Post-Dispositional / Post-Conviction Advocacy
LITARB 734Clinic: Second Chances: Advocacy for Children in Juvenile & Criminal Court
LAWSTUDY 541Communication and Legal Reasoning II
LITARB 735Clinic Practice: Criminal Defense - The Death Penalty
BUSCOM 633Chapter 11 Trial Practice
PPTYTORT 693Health and Human Rights
CONPUB 667Law and Society
LAWSTUDY 620AAdvanced Legal Writing: Argument, Advocacy, Drafting
LAWSTUDY 647ALawyer Memoirs
LAWSTUDY 624Legal Scholarship Workshop
CRIM 609APracticum: Criminal Law Defense
CRIM 609BPracticum:Criminal Law Prosecution
BUSCOM 712Tax Law, Finance and Strategy
CONPUB 717Reforming the Law of Evidence of Tanzania I
CONPUB 718Reforming the Law of Evidence of Tanzania II
LAWSTUDY 647BAuthenticity in Legal Practice
BUSCOM 713Hedge Fund Law
BUSCOM 633OStructuring Transactions: Matrimonial Law
LAWSTUDY 612Western Legal Tradition
BUSCOM 656ACorporate Finance II
BUSCOM 714Corporate Governance:Stakeholder Activism
LITARB 736Clinic: PreTrial Representation and Corrections Policy
CONPUB 720Topics in Government Secrecy
CRIM 612Criminal RICO Prosecutions:
BUSCOM 715Investment Banking
CONPUB 705AInternational Externship Field Placement
LAWSTUDY 797International JD Studies
LAWSTUDY 701Persuasion: Writing Across Disciplines
CRIM 696Restorative Justice Seminar
LAWSTUDY 623SEffective Legal Writing
CONPUB 712SWar and the First Amendment
BUSCOM 631SEntrepreneurship Law
CONPUB 638DPracticum: Public Interest Law
CONPUB 647DPracticum: Judicial
CONPUB 722LComparative Law
CONPUB 617SLocal Government Law
CONPUB 605CComparative Constitutional Law Seminar
BUSCOM 811Hedge Fund Investing
BUSCOM 431KBusiness Strategy (Kellogg)
BUSCOM 430KMicroeconomics Analysis (Kellogg)
CONPUB 724Constitutional Design in the Muslim World I
LITARB 690Mediation Process
LITARB 691Mediation Advocacy
CONPUB 725Constitutional Design in the Muslim World II
LAWSTUDY 702Colloquium: Legal Theory
TAXLAW 681Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Tax Crimes
LAWSTUDY 632LSpecial Topics: Economic Analysis of the Law
TAXLAW 682ERISA and Employee Benefits
PPTYTORT 617Energy Law and Policy
CONPUB 726Public Corruption & the Law
PPTYTORT 662Copyright and Free Speech
LITARB 626Dispute Resolution in Sports
BUSCOM 703Business, Government & Public Policy
LAWSTUDY 644Analyzing Human Rights
BUSCOM 716Real Estate Bankruptcies
LAWSTUDY 658Mental Health and the Law
PPTYTORT 629Patent Litigation Involving Non-Practicing Entities
LITARB 679Judicial Decisionmaking
BUSCOM 663International Securities Law
TAXLAW 613Corporate Reorganizations
LAWSTUDY 626Advanced Legal Research in Intellectual Property
PPTYTORT 624Innovation Theory & Intellectual Property
CRIM 646Race and the Criminal Justice System
CONPUB 727Liability and Enforcement in Criminal and International Law
PPTYTORT 609Environmental Appellate Advocacy Workshop
BUSCOM 633VStructuring Transactions: Sale of a Business
CONPUB 728Land Use and Local Government
LAWSTUDY 674Persuasion Theory and Practice
LAWSTUDY 703Analytical Methods
BUSCOM 704International Commercial Contracts
LAWSTUDY 697Empirical Research in Health Policy
CONPUB 647SPracticum: Judicial
CONPUB 729SPracticum: Public Service
CONPUB 729DPracticum: Public Service
LAWSTUDY 627Effective Approaches to Legal Research
CONPUB 730Race, Social Science, and the Law
CONPUB 717ARefining and Teaching the Evidence Law of Tanzania I
CONPUB 718ARefining and Teaching the Evidence Law of Tanzania II
BUSCOM 613GCross-Border Transactions
LAWSTUDY 628Advanced Legal Writing: Writing for the Court
BUSCOM 665BBankruptcy
LITARB 600GLegal Ethics in a Global Legal Practice
LITARB 600LLegal Ethics for Business Lawyers
LITARB 631Forensic Science
BUSCOM 605BContracts II: Complex Commercial Contracting
LAWSTUDY 616History of Economic Regulation
PPTYTORT 673Health Policy
TAXLAW 618Tax Aspects of Private Equity Transactions
PPTYTORT 663Disability Law
PPTYTORT 664Information Privacy Seminar
BUSCOM 633WStructuring Transactions: Private M&A
CRIM 637Criminal Procedure: Theoretical Foundations
TAXLAW 669International Taxation of Partnerships
BUSCOM 646BInternational Project Finance
LAWSTUDY 661Professional Responsibility, Leadership, and Lawyering Success
LAWSTUDY 704Colloquium: Public Law
LAWSTUDY 705Colloquium: Public Law II
LITARB 632Patent Litigation - Specialized Patent Office Trials
BUSCOM 633YStructuring Transactions: Large Scale Privatizations
BUSCOM 706International Investment
LAWSTUDY 921American Legal History: The Warren Court
BUSCOM 633ZStructuring Transactions: Financial Institutions
BUSCOM 670PPracticum: Corporate Counsel
BUSCOM 707Business Principles for Lawyers
LAWSTUDY 607Advanced Legal Writing: Writing for Publication
LAWSTUDY 608Advanced Legal Writing: Preparing for a Judicial Externship
LAWSTUDY 662Advanced Legal Writing: Preparing for a District Court Clerkship
BUSCOM 717Employment Law Simulations: ADR in the Workplace
PPTYTORT 602The Law and Practice of Land Development: Working on a Project in Chicago
LAWSTUDY 500Independent Study
LITARB 737Clinic: International Human Rights LLMs Fieldwork
LITARB 604TInternational Business Law & Negotiations
LITARB 738Clinic: Mediation Advocacy
BUSCOM 718Insider Trading
CONPUB 731Fair Housing Basics
BUSCOM 602LCorporations
CONPUB 733Law and Morality in War
LAWSTUDY 694Bioethics and the Law
CONPUB 732Telecommunications and Internet Regulation
CRIM 697Reform of Criminal Procedure: Tanzania I
CRIM 698Reform of Criminal Procedure: Tanzania II
CONPUB 734Anti-Discrimination Law
CONPUB 735Human Trafficking
BUSCOM 708Antitrust and Healthcare: Compliance and Enforcement Issues
LAWSTUDY 706Representing Clients with Criminal Records: Advocacy for employment and Housing Rights
BUSCOM 721Commercial Law: Secured Transactions and Payment Systems
LAWSTUDY 707English Legal History
CONPUB 736Food Law and Policy Seminar
PPTYTORT 683Water Law
PPTYTORT 684Philosophy of Intellectual Property
CRIM 691Practicum: Restorative Justice
LAWSTUDY 924Legal Technology
PPTYTORT 687Legal Innovation
PPTYTORT 688Health Law
CONPUB 737Legal Issues in Arab-Israeli conflict
LITARB 600PLegal Ethics for Public Interest and Government Lawyers
TAXLAW 900Tax Accounting Seminar
TAXLAW 901Tax Research
LITARB 684Law, Advocacy & Public Persuasion II
LAWSTUDY 708Law and Literature
LITARB 661Class Action Litigation
CONPUB 738The Roberts Court
LITARB 685Theory of Judicial Decisionmaking
CONPUB 739Foundations of Free Expression
CONPUB 740Policing Chicago’s Communities:Examining historical & current practices & analyzing for reform
BUSCOM 723Corporate Tax (JD/Gen.LLM)
LAWSTUDY 709Law, Legal Institutions, and the New Political Economy
BUSCOM 719Issues and Strategies in Business Bankruptcies
LITARB 687Arbitration in the United States
LITARB 686Contemporary Problems in Complex Litigation
PPTYTORT 694Advanced Topics in Health and Human Rights
CRIM 626Fed Crim Justice Practice
CRIM 627Criminal Justice in Cook County: An Empirical Examination
BUSCOM 722Innovation Lab
CONPUB 741Trade Secrets Seminar
BUSCOM 649Accounting for Decision-Making (Law)
PPTYTORT 695Innovation Law
LAWSTUDY 710Privacy Law
BUSCOM 724Partnership Tax (JD/Gen.LLM)
BUSCOM 725Colloquium: Tax
CRIM 638Criminal Justice Reform
CONPUB 742Law, Geography & the City
CONPUB 743The Law of Whistleblowing
LAWSTUDY 711Client Strategies
CONPUB 744Separation of Powers
CONPUB 745People v. Juan Rivera, A Case Study
CONPUB 746Regulation: Theory and Practice
CONPUB 747State Constitutional Law and Contemporary Public Policy
CONPUB 749LGBT Law
CONPUB 748Fair Housing – Policies, Litigation, and Mediation
LITARB 700TDPELC Bay Area Trip
TAXLAW 902Tax Excel Modeling
LAWSTUDY 712Advanced Legal Writing – Communicating with Professionals
BUSCOM 431Business Strategy (Law)
BUSCOM 726Advanced Bankruptcy
PPTYTORT 647How Innovation Diffuses in the Legal Industry
LAWSTUDY 667JDPhD Workshop
BUSCOM 729US Companies in Foreign Markets
CONPUB 750Constitutional and Statutory Interpretation
PPTYTORT 689Estates and Trusts: The Dead Hand
LAWSTUDY 668Legal History Workshop
BUSCOM 432Business Analytics
CONPUB 751Contemporary Dilemmas in International Humanitarian Law: Targeting and Occupation
LITARB 739The Nature of Juridical Proof
LITARB 740Civil Rights Lawyering Seminar
CONPUB 752Economic Liberty & the Constitution
CRIM 699Sentencing Policy
BUSCOM 727International Bankruptcy
BUSCOM 728Survey of Private Equity
LAWSTUDY 713Introduction to Software Development & Coding
LAWSTUDY 714The Craft of Judicial Opinion Writing
PPTYTORT 665Design Law
BUSCOM 433Leadership in Organizations
LITARB 741Clinic: International Human Rights Law and Practice
CONPUB 753Data Breach Notification
LAWSTUDY 715Libertarianisms
LITARB 742Artificial Intelligence, Technology, and Ethics
CONPUB 754Cybercrime
LITARB 743Legal Ethics in Motion
BUSCOM 780The Business & Law of Venture Deals
BUSCOM 781Competition Regulation: Antitrust and Intellectual Property
CONPUB 755Global Freedom of Expression and the Press
CONPUB 726ACorruption and Natural Resource Management in Mozambique
BUSCOM 782KEntrepreneurship: Building Innovation, Teams, and Cultures
BUSCOM 783KLaunching and Leading Startups
BUSCOM 784KSocial Dynamics and Network Analytics
BUSCOM 779Practicum: High Tech
LITARB 670SNegotiation Workshop
CRIM 613Violence Reduction & Transformational Change in Justice Systems
BUSCOM 730Agency and Partnership
CRIM 614White Collar Crime
LAWSTUDY 717Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning
LAWSTUDY 718Law of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
BUSCOM 785Business Associations in Comparative Context
LITARB 635Evidence
LAWSTUDY 663Advanced Legal Reasoning: Sting Operations
PPTYTORT 667Environmental Justice Seminar
BUSCOM 731Advising Public Companies: From IPO to Sale
LAWSTUDY 664Discrimination, religion, and Bigotry
CONPUB 756Business Organizations and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
CRIM 692Mass Incarceration
REGLAW 924-0Data in Society
BUSCOM 787KProduct Management for Technology Companies
BUSCOM 788Assessing Emerging AI and Computational Technologies
BUSCOM 789Legal Design and Innovation
BUSCOM 732Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Smart Contracts
BUSCOM 957-0Data Science in a Business Context
LITARB 540Advanced Problems in Evidence
LAWSTUDY 719Advanced Legal Writing: Trial-Level and Post-Hearing Briefs
CRIM 693Restorative Justice, Community Building, and Practice
BUSCOM 633RPrivate Equity
PPTYTORT 668Practicum: Health Law
LITARB 627Dispute Resolution
LAWSTUDY 720Empirical legal Studies
BUSCOM 733Antitrust Law and New Technologies
REGLAW 947-0Health Informatics: Practical Data Applications
LAWSTUDY 721Leading in the Law
CONPUB 757Free Speech on Campus
CONPUB 758Reproductive Health and Justice Seminar
LITARB 744International Litigation
CRIM 650Chicago’s Gun Violence Epidemic
LAWSTUDY 722Economic Analysis of Corp. Securities Law
BUSCOM 734Consumer Bankruptcy
LAWSTUDY 723Legal History Colloquium
CONPUB 759Marijuana Policy Law
LAWSTUDY 724Intersection of Crim, Education, Health, Env. And Immigration
CONPUB 760Advanced Federal Jurisdiction
LAWSTUDY 725Data Privacy
CONPUB 761Law and Feminism
CONPUB 762Originalism: Theory and Practice
LAWSTUDY 726The Legal Profession
BUSCOM 735Financial and Emerging Tech
LAWSTUDY 669Advanced Legal Reasoning: Federal Sentencing
LAWSTUDY 727Federalist Papers
BUSCOM 736Advanced Contract Drafting for Entrepreneurs
BUSCOM 737Public Company Mergers and Acquisitions
LITARB 745Clinic Practice: Children’s Rights Advocacy: International and Domestic
LAWSTUDY 850The Surveillance State
CONPUB 763Constitutionalism in the American Revolution
BUSCOM 903-0Project Management for Regulated Industries
LAWSTUDY 696ALW: Introduction to Judicial Writing
BUSCOM 738Negotiating a Joint Venture in China
BUSCOM 639Entertainment Law and Business
PPTYTORT 674Intellectual-Property Strategy and Business Implications for Companies
BUSCOM 790Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
BUSCOM 778Law Practice in Hi-Tech Industries
CONPUB 775The Regulation of Money in Politics
CONPUB 764Media Regulation and News: Challenges of the Internet and Constitutional Democracy
LITARB 746Clinic: Community Justice and Civil Rights Litigation
LAWSTUDY 546Legal Issues in COVID-19 Crisis
LITARB 510Complex Civil Litigation - The Judicial Perspective
LAWSTUDY 510Colloquium: Law and Gender
BUSCOM 512Workshop: Space Commerce Team Project
BUSCOM 513The Business, Law, & Technology of Space Commerce
PPTYTORT 501Contact Tracing, Law, and Ethics