Fundamental Principles of New York Law

Fundamental Principles of New York Law introduces some of the most heavily-tested topics on the New York State Bar Examination to LL.M. students. This class focuses on substantive principles from the perspective of the New York State Bar Examination in: Contract Law, Criminal Law, Evidence, Real Property, Torts, and Domestic Relations. This course is designed to give LL.M. students an opportunity to learn specific topics and technique for the Bar Examination as part of their academic curriculum. Each session is dedicated to one of the six subject matters reviewed in this class. The first hour of every session will focus on the structure of the Bar Examination and various techniques to apply in this class and on the Bar Examination. Coordinated by LLM BAR EXAM, the remaining three hours of each session will be dedicated to a substantive review of the subject matters, taught by specialized lecturers.

This class is only open to LL.M. students and available in the fall semester only.

Credits: 2

Type: LEC