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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
Employment Law
Family Law
Federal Income Taxation
Insurance Law
Introduction to Commercial Law
Introduction to Transactional Skills
Law Practice Management
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

Jeffrey Feltman, Adjunct Professor

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 Ramos, Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor

William A. Schroeder, Professor of Law

Sarah Taylor, Adjunct Professor

 

Specializations

Business and Transactional Law Specialization

Students may receive a transcript notation and certificate acknowledging the completion of the Specialization by completing at least 15 credits from the Approved List of Business and Transactional Law Courses. For more information, click here.