Section Description Provided by Instructor
The Colloquium on Courts and the Legal Process brings together judges, scholars, and students to discuss current research about courts and judging. At a typical workshop, an invited scholar will present work in progress; and a judge of a federal, state, or foreign court will offer commentary on the research. Faculty and students will participate in the open discussion that follows. Students will be expected to prepare written critiques and questions for the speakers, whose topics and research methods will range widely.
Enrollment is by permission of the instructor. Prof. Huang is accepting applications until 5 pm on Friday, January 9. To apply, please send an email to Prof. Huang directly (email@example.com) with a resume, a transcript, and a very brief statement (half a page or less) explaining your interest. Please mention “Courts and Legal Process” in the subject line.
The course is 1 credit and meets every other week. It is expected to meet 6 times, including 3 times with guest speakers.
NOTE: Grading is Credit/Fail (CR/F).
T 4:20 –6:10 p.m.
Method of Evaluation
J.D. Writing Credit
Enrollment is by permission of the instructor. Applications are due by Friday, January 9 - see description for instructions.