Courses for the Juris Doctorate (JD) and Executive Juris Doctorate (EJD) degrees are bellowed. Students need to complete 92 credits for the JD program, while students of the Executive Juris Doctorate program require 72 credits for completion. The EJD is a doctoral degree; it is designed for non-practicing professionals who would like to know the law but not practice as lawyers. Students of the EJD program also study selected courses from the School of Business.

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First – Year program:

First years students entering the program are required take the following courses:

LAW 6000 Introduction to Law, Legal Research and Writing - 4

LAW 6005 Contracts - 6

LAW 6010 Criminal Law – 6 

LAW 6015 Torts – 6

LAW 6020 Civil Procedure – 6

LAW 6025 Criminal Procedure – 6

LAW 6001 Legal writing and Analysis – 1

Second – Year program:

LAW 6030 Real Property - 6

LAW 6035 Constitutional Law – 6

LAW 6040 Evidence – 6

LAW 6045 Professional Responsibility and Ethics -6

LAW 6050 Business Associations – 6

LAW 6055 Wills, Trusts and Estates – 6

6002 Advance Legal Writing and Analysis – 1

Third – Year program:

LAW 6060 Conflict of Law – 4

LAW 6065 Remedies – 4

LAW 6070 Trial Preparation and Appellate Advocacy - 4

LAW 6075 Alternative Dispute Resolution – 4 

LAW 6080 Legal Internship - 4


Students can substitute any of the third year courses with a course listed below, except Remedies. Remedies is a required course

LAW 6085 Family Law – 4

LAW 6090 Corporations - 4

LAW 6095 Intellectual Property - 4

LAW 7005 Administrative Law – 4

LAW 7010 International Law – 4

LAW 7015 Securities Law -4

LAW 7020 Bankruptcy Law -4

LAW 7025 Legal Practice Management/Professional Skills – 2

LAW 7030 Immigration Law – 4

LAW 7035 Environmental Law – 4

LAW 7040 Patent Law – 4 

LAW 7045 Worker’s Compensation Law - 4