Curricular Offerings

Required Courses
(Must Take One)
Required Skills
(Must Take One)
Elective Courses
(Must Take Two)
Capstone Clinical Courses
(Must Take One)
Writing Requirement
Law 3831 - Family Law (3 credits) Law 3926 - Introduction to Child and Family Advocacy (2-3) Law 3736 - Law  - Children and the Law: Legal Relationships among Children, Families and the State (2-3) Law 5802 - Child Advocacy Clinic (6) At least one of the student’s Concentration courses must satisfy either the Writing
Requirement I or Writing II requirement. The student’s concentration advisor must approve the paper topic. With the approval of the concentration advisor, student notes for the Family Court Review or for other law reviews, may also be used to satisfy the requirement. The writing used to satisfy this requirement may be the same writing used by the student to satisfy another Law School requirement.
Law 3830 - Family Law (with Skills Component) (4) Law 2842 - Modern Divorce Advocacy (1) Law 2842 - Modern Divorce Advocacy (1) Law 5803 - Mediation Clinic (6)
Law 2892 - Matrimonial Skills (2) Law 2703 - Adoption and Family Formation Seminar (2-3) Law 3793 - Domestic Violence Seminar (with Skills) (4)  
Law 3890 - Matrimonial Law Drafting Skills (3) Law 2777 - Elder Law (2)
Law 2904 - Legal Decision Making for Children and Incompetent Adults (3) Law 2841 - International Family Law (2-3)
Law 2847 - Rights of LGBT Youth: A Comparative Approach (1)
Law 2887 - Juvenile Justice Seminar (2-3)
Law 2963 - Collaborative Family Law Seminar (2)
Law 2983 - Advanced Topics in Family Law (2)
Law 3735 - Child Abuse and Neglect (2-3)
Family Law Policy Seminar (2)
Any other course, such as an independent study or journal note, that is approved by the student’s concentration advisor.