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PLA1103: Legal Research and Writing I

Keiser University
Regular price
$700.00
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$700.00
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  • Class Start

    8/29/2022

  • Class End

    9/25/2022

  • Drop Day

    8/31/2022

  • Term

    Fall 2022

  • Teacher

    TBD

  • Course Syllabus

    See Syllabus

About this course

PLA1103: Legal Research and Writing I is offered online by Keiser University. This course acquaints students with the basics of legal research. Students learn how to locate and analyze case and statutory law and apply it to a unique set of facts. Legal citation, legal precedent and fundamental grammar skills are also studied. Computer-assisted legal research is introduced and students prepare various law office documents.
Composition
Legal
Research

Required Text

Putnam, William H. (2017). Legal Research, Analysis and Writing, 4th Edition. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar Learning ISBN: 9781337414159 Recommended Textbook: Law Review Editors. (2015) The Blue Book – A Uniform System of Citation, 20th Edition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Law Review. ISBN: 9780692400197

This course information is provided by the relevant teaching institution and may reference requirements that are meant for full-time students at that institution.
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