Analytical thinking, problem-solving, research, pre-trial and trial skills, negotiation, and interviewing are critical skills needed for real-world success. Our simulation courses give students these opportunities to apply principles into practice.
Beginning in the first year, students receive instruction and practice in critical lawyering skills, including client interviewing and oral advocacy. During the second and third years, students "learn by doing" in courses such as Dispute Resolution, CFI: Counseling, Fact Investigation, and Interviewing, Pre-Trial Litigation, and Trial Advocacy.
Because these courses synthesize material studied elsewhere within the curriculum, students and alumni report that the active learning programs are among the most meaningful experiences that they have at the College of Law.
Our simulaton courses include: