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  • Litigation and Trial Skills | School of Law | SIU
    People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Concentrations Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Curriculum Concentrations Litigation and Trial Skills Share this page Litigation and Trial Skills Suggested Courses Administrative Law Advanced Appellate Advocacy Advanced Mock Trial Advanced Torts Advanced Trial Advocacy Alternative Dispute Resolution Civil Procedure I II Conflict of Laws Client Interviewing and Counseling Criminal Procedure Pre Trial Criminal Procedure Post Investigations Evidence Federal Courts Lawyering Skills I II Mediation Skills Negotiation Pre Trial Advocacy Remedies Senior Writing Seminar Electronic Discovery Senior Writing Seminar Persuasion and the Adversary Jury Trial Torts Trial Advocacy for course descriptions click here Faculty Cheryl Anderson Professor of Law Christopher Behan Associate Professor of Law Valery C Behan Adjunct Professor Mark Brittingham Clinical Assistant Professor of Law Keith H Beyler Professor of Law Jason Caraway Adjunct Professor John Erbes Director of Clinical and Experiential Education and Assistant Professor of Law James Hopkins Adjunct Professor Mike Koehler Assistant Professor of Law Sue Liemer Professor of Law and Director of Lawyering Skills Melissa J Marlow Clinical Professor of Law Valerie Munson Clinical Assistant Professor Andrew M Pardieck Assistant Professor

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/concentrations/litigation-skills/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Public Interest Law | School of Law | SIU
    Current Students Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Curriculum Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Curriculum Concentrations Public Interest Law Share this page Public Interest Law Suggested Courses Administrative Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Civil Rights Client Interviewing and Counseling Consumer Protection Employment Discrimination Family Law First Amendment Rights Privacy Law Senior Writing Seminar Race and the Law Civil Practice Clinic Domestic Violence Clinic Juvenile Justice Clinic Public Interest Externship Public Interest Externship Innocence Project Judicial Externship for course descriptions click here Faculty Cheryl Anderson Professor of Law Valery C Behan Adjunct Professor Mark Brittingham Clinical Assistant Professor Erica Nichols Cook Adjunct Professor John Erbes Director of Clinical and Experiential Education and Assistant Professor of Law James Hopkins Adjunct Professor Steven J Macias Assistant Professor of Law Thomas E Margolis Adjunct Professor Patricia McCubbin Professor of Law Alice Noble Allgire Professor of Law Rebecca J O Neill Clinical Professor Heidi Ramos Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor Sarah Taylor Adjunct Professor Gail Thomas Clinical Assistant Professor Joanna Wells Clinical Assistant Professor Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Concentrations Business Corporations Labor Law Criminal Law

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/concentrations/public-interest.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Real Estate Law | School of Law | SIU
    Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Curriculum Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Curriculum Concentrations Real Estate Law Share this page Real Estate Law Suggested Courses Advanced Real Estate Transactions Environmental Law Land Use Planning Property I II for course descriptions click here Faculty Ryan Holte Assistant Professor of Law Patricia McCubbin Professor of

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/concentrations/real-estate.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Small Law Office Practice | School of Law | SIU
    Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Curriculum Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Curriculum Concentrations Small Law Office Practice Share this page Small Law Office Practice Suggested Courses Administrative Law Agency Partnership Alternative Dispute Resolution Advanced Real Estate Transactions Advanced Torts Bankruptcy Basic Estate Planning Business Planning Civil Practice Clinic Client Interviewing Counseling Consumer Protection Corporations Criminal Procedure Pre Trial Current Developments in American Law Accounting for Lawyers Employment Law Family Law Federal Income Taxation Insurance Law Introduction to Commercial Law Introduction to Transactional Skills Law Practice Management Mediation Skills Negotiation Pre Trial Advocacy Remedies Trusts Estates for course descriptions click here Faculty Cheryl Anderson Professor of Law Valery C Behan Adjunct Professor Mark Brittingham Clinical Assistant Professor Jennifer Camero Assistant Professor of Law Christine Chance Adjunct Professor William Drennan Associate Professor of Law John Erbes Director of Clinical and Experiential Education and Assistant Professor of Law Dana Frazier Adjunct Professor Patricia Hoke Adjunct Professor James Hopkins Adjunct Professor Twinette Johnson Assistant Professor of Law Director of Academic Support Mike Koehler Assistant Professor of Law Thomas E Margolis Adjunct Professor Patricia McCubbin Professor of Law George Mocsary Assistant Professor of Law Rebecca O Neill Clinical Professor of Law Heidi

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/concentrations/small-practice.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Business & Transactional Law | School of Law | SIU
    following related courses as available Advanced Real Estate Transactions Business Boot Camp Consumer Protection Corporate Taxation Federal Income Taxation Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Law Practice Management Partnership Taxation Securities Regulation Other relevant courses including summer courses at SIU or elsewhere have to be pre approved to meet this requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 3 Business and Transactional Writing Students are required to complete a writing component involving business and transactional law topics or topic with a minimum of 3 credit hours The student may satisfy this 3 credit requirement from among the following Basic Estate Planning International Business Transactions Senior Seminar Not for Profit Corporations Writing an article as a staff member of the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU Law Journal regarding a business or transactional law topic if pre approved for this requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs The number of credit hours relating to the Journal of Legal Medicine and the SIU Law Journal is discussed below Any other writing course offered by the law school that has been pre approved to meet this writing requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 4 Skills Experiential Learning Students are required to complete a skills experiential learning component involving business and transactional law topics or topic with a minimum of 3 credit hours The student may satisfy this requirement from among the following Basic Estate Planning Civil Practice Elder Law Clinic International Business Transactions Introduction to Transactional Skills Law Practice Management Public Interest Externship in a transactional related area if pre approved to meet this requirement by the faculty advisor for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization or the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Note 1 The same course cannot be used to satisfy the writing requirement and the skills experiential learning requirement For example a student may satisfy the writing requirement by taking International Business Transactions but in that case the student could not use International Business Transactions to fulfill the Skills Experiential Learning requirement Note 2 Courses that satisfy the Business and Transactional Writing requirement described above may not satisfy the School of Law s general senior writing requirement For example although either Basic Estate Planning or International Business Transactions may satisfy the writing requirement for the Business and Transactional Law Specialization neither course is designated to satisfy the School of Law s senior writing requirement Note 3 A two credit course such as Law Practice Management alone would not satisfy the skills experiential learning requirement or the writing requirement Note 4 The number of credit hours relating to an article for the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU Law Journal would be based on the number of credit hours the student eventually acquires from service for the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU Law

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/specializations/business-transactional.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Health Law & Policy | School of Law | SIU
    from the Approved List of Health Law Courses The minimum 15 credits must include Health Law Courses at least 9 credits Writing at least 3 credits Experiential Learning at least 3 credits Approved List of Health Law Courses 1 Health Law Courses at least 9 credits Students are required to take at least two of three core health law courses including Health Policy Medical Malpractice Bioethics and the Law Students may fulfill their 9 credit hour course requirement by taking all three of the core courses or by taking two of the core courses and one health law related course from the following list as available Mental Health Law Disability Law Health Care Legislation Regulation of Health Care Professionals Public Health Law Insurance Law or Senior Seminar Not for Profit Corporations Other relevant courses including summer courses at SIU or elsewhere have to be approved by the associate dean in consultation with the faculty advisor for Health Law Specialization 2 Health Law Writing Students are required to undertake a writing course involving a health law topic with a minimum of 3 credit hours The student may satisfy this requirement with any of the following Senior Seminar Independent Study Writing an article as a staff member of the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU Law Journal Health law course that has been approved to meet our writing requirement e g Health Care Legislation or Advanced Appellate Advocacy which uses the Health Law Moot Court problem each year 3 Experiential Learning Students must complete a skills experiential learning component for a minimum of 3 credit hours The student may satisfy this requirement with any of the following Civil Practice Elder Law Clinic Domestic Violence Clinic Public Interest Externship in a health related area e g Medical Legal Partnership of Southern Illinois

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/specializations/health-law.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Intellectual Property | School of Law | SIU
    include Core Courses at least 6 credits Writing at least 3 credits Experiential Learning at least 3 credits Electives at least 3 credits Approved List of Intellectual Property Courses 1 Core Courses at least 6 credits All students take Intellectual Property Take at least one Copyright Law Patent Law Trademarks and Unfair Competition Current Developments in American Law Trade Secret Law This course may satisfy either the Core Course Requirement or the Experiential Learning Requirement but not both 2 IP Writing At least 3 credits earned in a course that requires in depth research and writing about intellectual property The student may satisfy this requirement with any of the following Current Developments in International Law International IP Trade Economic Development A Senior Seminar or elective writing class pre approved for the Specialization A specific topic in a Senior Seminar or elective writing class pre approved by the faculty advisor for the IP Specialization with the approval and at the discretion of the course instructor An intellectual property article written as a staff member on the SIU Law Journal or the Journal of Legal Medicine pre approved by the faculty advisor for the IP Specialization Independent Research and Writing on an intellectual property topic pre approved by the faculty advisor for the IP Specialization and subject to availability and consent of the instructor 3 Experiential Learning At least 3 credits earned in a course that provides hands on training in intellectual property The student may satisfy this requirement with any of the following Semester in Practice Externship Intellectual Property Public Interest Externship in a placement pre approved by the faculty advisor for the IP Specialization and subject to the approval and consent of the Public Interest Externship Director Intellectual Property and Commercialization Current Developments in American Law Trade Secret Law This

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/specializations/intellectual-property.html (2016-02-12)
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  • International & Comparative Law | School of Law | SIU
    15 credits must include International or Comparative Law Courses at least 9 credits Writing at least 3 credits Experiential Learning at least 3 credits 1 Approved List of International and Comparative Courses at least 9 credits All students take International Law Take at least two International Business Transactions International Criminal Law Immigration Law Senior Writing Seminar International Human Rights Senior Writing Seminar Global Climate Change Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Current Developments International Intellectual Property and Economic Development Senior Writing Seminar Comparative Law Senior Writing Seminar International White Collar Crime Legal Globalization and Comparative Law Summer Study Abroad approved by the faculty advisor for International and Comparative Law Specialization Art Law Other law course approved by faculty advisor Relevant graduate level courses in other departments at Southern Illinois University that have an international or comparative component may also count subject to the approval of the faculty advisor Only one non law course may count towards this requirement for the Specialization Course list is subject to change depending upon availability Participation in a Study Abroad Program in which a student earns six credit hours will count as two courses for purposes of the Course requirements 2 Writing At least 3 credits earned in a course that requires in depth research and writing about an international or comparative law related topic The student may satisfy this requirement with any of the following Senior Seminar Independent Study approved by faculty advisor for International and Comparative Law Specialization Writing an article as a staff member of the Journal of Legal Medicine or the SIU Law Journal 3 Experiential Learning At least 3 credits earned in a course that provides a skills experiential learning component The student may satisfy this requirement with any of the following International Business Transactions Externship with an international law related entity

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/curriculum/specializations/international-comparative.html (2016-02-12)
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