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LSTU 999 Thesis II – Scholarly Legal Writing: Writing, Refining, and Presentation 4.0 Credits

Following Thesis I, this course will provide faculty-guided oversight and mentorship for the drafting, editing, and presentation of an original piece of publishable-quality legal scholarship akin to a law review article. Students will confer with a faculty advisor weekly, either live or via real-time video conference, submit interim drafts as assigned, and receive meaningful faculty feedback. Students will submit a final scholarly paper and present it to colleagues in a workshop format.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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