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College of Law
|Dean||Kevin K. Washburn|
|Location||280 BLB (Boyd Law Building )|
As a general rule, students not admitted to the College of Law are not permitted to register for law courses. Exceptions may be made for graduate students in other colleges and in exceptional circumstances for undergraduate students. Contact Associate Dean Carin Crain in the College of Law for further information.
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Federal Sentencing Advocacy
Jan 19, 2022 - Apr 27, 2022
Instructors: Charles Williams (Primary Instructor), Sean Berry (Team Teacher)
Restricted to Law students.
Delivery Mode: Face to face
This course will be held in person in a University Classroom or instructional space.
We expect you to be prepared for class. This is an experiential class intended to teach you real and practical skills. Without doing the reading and preparing for exercises, you will likely be lost in class, gain little from the experience, and be of no benefit to your classmates. You will also likely do poorly on the exam. We expect you to attend class. Student attendance and participation enhance the education process and content. Moreover, the examination will likely contain material covered in class, but not appearing in the text. This course will provide 2 of the 6 experiential units required for the JD program.more
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