6000 Series

Advanced Advocacy (6000)

Advanced Advocacy was designed and is taught from the perspective that advocacy is more than applied skill; in its purest form, advocacy is a form of art. 

Advanced Legal Research (6370)

Advanced Legal Research covers both federal and Michigan legal research resources. A host of formats and databases will be taught, to include Westlaw and LexisNexis (new and traditional interfaces), other popular subscription databases, free legal Websites, and print resources (when required by law firms). 

 

 

 

Advanced Legal Research Online (6371)

 Advanced Legal Research
covers both federal and Michigan legal research resources. A host of formats
and databases will be taught, including WestlawNext and Lexis Advance, other
popular subscription databases, free legal Websites, and print resources (as
required by law firms).

Cross Border Sales and Financing Transactions (6360)

This 8-credit course, spanning Terms I and II, is a dual degree course offering that is designed around a uniform, cross border sale of goods transaction.

Ernie Goodman Mock Trial Tournament (6040)

The Ernie Goodman Mock Trial Tournament is hosted by the Moot Court Board of Advocates and named for one of Michigan's finest trial attorneys and civil rights advocates, Mr. Ernie Goodman.

Expert and Scientific Evidence (6330)

This course addresses the rationale for the development of special rules relating to expert testimony...

External National Moot Court Competition (6070)

Each year the Moot Court Board of Advocates sponsors competitive teams that travel across the country to argue mock appellate cases against law students from other American and Canadian law schools.

External National Moot Court Competition Law (6120)

Each year the Moot Court Board of Advocates sponsors competitive teams that travel across the country to argue mock appellate cases against law students from other American and Canadian law schools. In the past, substantive law topics have included Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Employment Law, Entertainment Law, Environmental Law, International Law, and Tax Law.

Federal Criminal Law (6220)

This course will explore the nature and scope of the substantive federal criminal law, giving particular attention to the federal government's role in proscribing crimes of violence, drug crimes, and other street-level criminal activity.

Gallagher Professional Responsibility Appellate Moot Court Competition Law (6004)

Each year, the Moot Court Board of Advocates sponsors an appellate moot court competition for all upperclass UDM students. The competition is designed to improve students' written and oral advocacy skills. Students will attend a two-hour introductory competition/writing workshop at the beginning of the fall term.

International Law of Cyberspace (6390)

This course will examine the
international legal and institutional framework pertaining to Cyber Space
Governance and Cyber Warfare. Potential topics to be covered include theories
of international cooperation

Litigation Technology (6350)

This course will teach law students interested in becoming trial lawyers how to integrate technology into their trial presentations. 

Military Law & the Uniform Code of Military Justice (6341)

This course will introduce and explore the legal system within the United States military, with particular emphasis on the current practice of criminal law under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).

Moot Court Associate Board (6020)

This Board is selected to serve as the leaders of the Moot Court Board as Associate Directors.