COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION
- Civil Procedure
- Constitutional Law
- Criminal Law
- Legal Analysis, Writing & Research 1 and 2
Upper Level Requirements
- The Law Governing Lawyers
- Trusts & Estates
- A Perspectives Elective *
- A Process Elective **
- A Public Law Elective ***
- An Advanced Legal Research Course
- A Seminar
- A Workshop
- A minimum of six credits in experiential courses. Students may satisfy this requirement by completing six or more credits in the following types of courses:
- Advanced Legal Research Courses
- Supervised Field Placements
- Judicial Internships – Appellate
- Judicial Internships – Trial – Federal Trial Courts Only
* Perspectives courses include American Legal History; Comparative Law; Crime & Punishment in America; Federal Indian Law; Jurisprudence; Law and Popular Culture; the Law of Sexual Orientation; Law & Religion; Parent, Child & State; and Military Law. Not all courses are offered every year.
** Process elective courses include Administrative Law; Advanced Civil Procedure; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Criminal Process; Federal Criminal Procedure; and Legislation. Not all courses are offered every year.
*** Public Law electives include Constitutional Criminal Procedure; Constitutional Law 2: Speech & Equality; Education Law; Federal Courts; The First Amendment; Local Government Law; Privacy; and Media Law. Not all courses are offered every year.
See Article 200 of the Marquette University Law School Academic Regulations for additional degree requirements.