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Pritzker School of Law Catalog
2020–21
TABLE OF CONTENTS LAWSTUDY - Law Studies-General or Interdisciplinary .................... 87
LITARB - Litigation and Arbitration ................................................. 105
Pritzker School of Law ............................................................................... 2 PPTYTORT - Property and Tort Law ............................................... 121
Academic Calendars ................................................................................... 3 REGLAW - Regulatory Law .............................................................. 132
Law School Calendar ........................................................................... 3 TAXLAW - Taxation Law .................................................................. 137
MSL Residential Calendar ................................................................... 4 Course History ........................................................................................ 142
MSL Online Calendar ........................................................................... 4 Spring 2021 ...................................................................................... 142
Programs ..................................................................................................... 6 Winter 2021 ...................................................................................... 144
Juris Doctor ......................................................................................... 6 Fall 2020 .......................................................................................... 144
JD Program Options ................................................................... 16 Summer 2020 .................................................................................. 145
JD - MBA .............................................................................. 16 Spring 2020 ...................................................................................... 146
JD - LLM in Taxation ........................................................... 17 Winter 2020 ...................................................................................... 147
JD - LLM in International Human Rights ............................ 18 Fall 2019 .......................................................................................... 147
JD - PhD ............................................................................... 19 Summer 2019 .................................................................................. 149
Two-Year JD ......................................................................... 19 Spring 2019 ...................................................................................... 149
Transfer Students ................................................................ 20 Winter 2019 ...................................................................................... 151
Visiting Students ................................................................. 20 Fall 2018 .......................................................................................... 151
JD Concentrations ...................................................................... 20 Residential Faculty Profiles ................................................................... 153
Appellate Law Concentration .............................................. 21 Resources ............................................................................................... 157
Business Enterprise Concentration .................................... 21 Policies .................................................................................................... 158
Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution Concentration ....... 22 Student Expectations and COVID-19 Code of Conduct ................. 158
Environmental Law Concentration ...................................... 22 Index ........................................................................................................ 160
International Law Concentration ........................................ 23
Law and Social Policy Concentration ................................. 23
Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Concentration
............................................................................................... 24
Master of Laws (LLM) Programs ...................................................... 25
LLM .............................................................................................. 25
LLM - International Human Rights ............................................ 25
LLM - Taxation ............................................................................ 26
Executive LLM Programs ........................................................... 28
Chicago ................................................................................ 28
Madrid .................................................................................. 29
Seoul ..................................................................................... 29
Master of Science in Law ................................................................. 30
Dual Degree for Northwestern Undergraduates (BS/BA-MSL
Program) ..................................................................................... 32
Courses ..................................................................................................... 33
BUSCOM - Business and Commercial Law ...................................... 33
CONPUB - Constitutional and Public Law ........................................ 59
CRIM - Criminal Law .......................................................................... 78
INTPROP - Intellectual Property ........................................................ 84
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ACADEMIC CALENDARS Winter Intersession 2021
Intersession offers 2L, 3L, and LLM students the option to enroll in one
• Law School Calendar (p. 3) class during the Winter break. 1L and Tax students are not eligible for
• MSL Residential Calendar (p. 4) Intersession courses

• MSL Online Calendar (p. 4) Date Event
December 2020
Law School Calendar 18-Jan 10 Winter Break
2020-2021 Academic Calendar 21
January 2021
Winter Intersession courses begin
The Law School operates on a semester calendar, with optional terms
10 Winter Intersession courses end
during the Winter and Summer break periods. The Law School reserves
the right to make changes in this calendar. A detailed current calendar
can be found at https://www.law.northwestern.edu/academics/ Spring Semester 2021
acad_calendar/ Note - Spring Break was cancelled due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns

Fall Semester 2020 Date Event
January 2021
Date Event
6 Fall grades post
July 2020
6-8 LLM Orientation
31 Fall bidding - round 1 (through Aug 4)
8-22 Open enrollment (Spring)
August 2020
11 Spring semester classes begin
4 Fall bidding - round 1 (from July 31)
15 Last day to drop clinic
7-11 Fall Bidding - round 2
18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - no classes
14 Summer term classes end
22 Last day to add any law course; last day to drop any
14-17 Last chance to cancel Fall bids
law course other than clinic
17-21 Orientation week
March 2021
17-21 Summer term exams
29 Northwestern Monday, no classes
19 Open enrollment (Fall) (through Sep 4)
30 Spring semester classes resume (follow Monday
24 Fall semester classes begin schedule)
28 Last day to drop a clinic April 2021
September 2020 13 Spring classes end
4 Last day to add any law course; last day to drop any 14-23 Review sessions and reading period
law course other than clinic
24 - May 6 Spring semester exams
7 Labor Day Holiday - no classes
18 Summer grades post Summer Term 2021
October 2020
Summer Term offers 1L and 2L students the option of enrolling in up to
20-21 Winter Intersession bidding two courses during the break

23-26 Last chance to cancel Winter bids
November 2020 Date Event
3 Day of Civic Service May 2021
6-10 Spring bidding - round 1 10 ELLM Chicago orientation
13-17 Spring bidding - round 2 10 ELLM Chicago classes begin
24 Fall semester classes end 14 Law School Convocation ceremony
25 Review sessions 17 Summer Session I classes begin
26-27 Thanksgiving Holiday - no classes 31 Memorial Day, no classes
30 Reading period begins June 2021
December 2020 4 Spring grades post
4 Reading period ends 13 University commencement (tentative)
5-17 Fall semester exams 18 Degree conferral
July 2021
5 Independence Day Holiday (observed) - no classes
6 Summer Session I classes end
7-9 Summer Session I exams
12 Summer Session II classes begin
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4 MSL Residential Calendar
August 2021 27-Mar 7 Spring 1 Power Week Session
13-17 Fall bidding - round 1 March 2021
20-24 Fall bidding - round 2 8 Spring 2 Seven-Week Session Begins
27 Summer Session II classes end 12 Add/Drop Deadline for Spring 2 Seven-Week Session
27-30 Last chance to cancel Fall bids 29 Northwestern Monday, no classes
30 Summer Session II exams (through Sep 1) April 2021
30 Orientation (through Sep 3) 16 Add/Drop Deadline for Spring 2 Power Week Session
30 Fall open enrollment (through Sep 10) 23 Spring 2 Seven-Week Session Ends
24 - May 2 Spring 2 Power Week Session
MSL Residential Calendar May 2021
14 Law School Convocation Ceremony
2020-2021 Academic Calendar
The MSL Residental program operates on a semester calendar with Summer 2021
a Summer option. Each semester consists of two 7-week and two 1-
Date Event
week sessions. The Law School reserves the right to make changes
June 2021
in this calendar. A detailed current calendar can be found at https://
www.law.northwestern.edu/academics/degree-programs/msl/program/ 21 Summer session begins
residential/calendar/ 25 Add/drop deadline for Summer
July 2021
Fall 2020 5 Independence Day Holiday - no classes
Date Event August 2021
August 2020 13 Summer session ends
17-21 Orientation (Fall 2020 Entering Students)
24 Fall 1 Seven-Week Session Begins MSL Online Calendar
28 Add/Drop Deadline for Fall 1 Seven-Week Session
September 2020 2020-2021 Academic Calendar
7 Labor Day Holiday: No Classes The MSL Online Program operates on a semester calendar with a
Summer option. Each semester consists of two 8-week sessions

October 2020
The Law School reserves the right to make changes in this
2 Add/Drop Deadline for Fall 1 Power Week Session
calendar. A detailed current calendar can be found at https://
9 Fall 1 Seven-Week Session Ends www.law.northwestern.edu/academics/degree-programs/msl/program/
10-17 Fall 1 Power Week Session online/calendar/
19 Fall 2 Seven-Week Session Begins
23 Add/Drop Deadline for Fall 2 Seven-Week Session Fall 2020
November 2020 Date Event
26-27 Thanksgiving Holiday - no classes August 2020
27 Add/Drop Deadline for Fall 2 Power Week Session 10-21 Orientation
December 2020 24 Fall 1 session begins
4 Fall 2 Seven-Week Session Ends 28 Add/drop deadline for Fall 1 session
5-13 Fall 2 Power Week Session September 2020
14 - Jan 10 Winter Break / Intersession 7 Labor Day Holiday - no classes
October 2020
Spring 2021 16 Fall 1 session ends
Note: Spring break was cancelled due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns. 19 Fall 2 session begins
23 Add/drop deadline for Fall 2 session
Date Event
November 2020
January 2021
26-27 Thanksgiving Holiday - no classes
4 Registration for Spring Classes Begins
December 2020
11 Spring 1 Seven-Week Session Begins
11 Fall 2 session ends
15 Add/Drop Deadline for Spring 1 Seven-Week Session
14-Jan 10 Winter Break
18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - no classes
February 2021
19 Add/Drop Deadline for Spring 1 Power Week Session
Spring 2021
Note: Spring break was cancelled due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns

26 Spring 1 Seven-Week Session Ends
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Date Event
January 2021
6 Registration for Spring classes begins
11 Spring 1 Session Begins
15 Add/drop deadline for Spring 1 session
18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - no classes
March 2021
7 Spring 1 session ends
8 Spring 2 session begins
12 Add/drop deadline for Spring 2 session
29 Northwestern Monday, no classes
May 2021
2 Spring 2 session ends; Add/Drop Deadline for On-
Campus Power Week
14 Law School Convocation Ceremony
16-22 On-Campus Power Week
Summer 2021
Date Event
June 2021
21 Summer session begins
25 Add/drop deadline for Summer
July 2021
5 Independence Day Holiday - no classes
August 2021
13 Summer session ends
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6 Programs
PROGRAMS • Satisfy the Legal Ethics requirement
• Complete a Perspective Elective (from a list of such courses as
designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at
• Juris Doctor (p. 6) registration)
• JD Program Options (p. 16)
• Complete 6 credits of Experiential Learning (from a list of such
• JD - MBA (p. 16)
courses as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as
• JD - LLM in Taxation (p. 17) such at registration)
• JD - LLM in International Human Rights (p. 18) • Satisfy the Advanced Writing Requirement
• JD - PhD (p. 19) • Dual degree and 2-year-JD students must fulfill additional/modified
• Two-Year JD (p. 19) requirements as specified on their respective program pages

• Transfer Students (p. 20)
• Visiting Students (p. 20) JD Curriculum
• JD Concentrations (p. 20) The first year of study at Northwestern Law focuses on building a solid
• Appellate Law Concentration (p. 21) foundation in legal reasoning, analysis, and writing, as well as a thorough
• Business Enterprise Concentration (p. 21) understanding of the structures and policies of the law

• Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution Concentration
(p. 22)
First Year Coursework
The following required first-year courses provide a basic foundation in law
• Environmental Law Concentration (p. 22)
and legal reasoning:
• International Law Concentration (p. 23)
• Law and Social Policy Concentration (p. 23) Course Title
First Year
• Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Concentration
Fall
(p. 24)
LITARB 530 Civil Procedure
• Master of Laws (LLM) Programs (p. 25)
LAWSTUDY 540 Communication and Legal Reasoning I
• LLM (p. 25)
BUSCOM 510 Contracts
• LLM - International Human Rights (p. 25) CRIM 520 Criminal Law
• LLM - Taxation (p. 26) PPTYTORT 530 Property
• Executive LLM Programs (p. 28) or PPTYTORT 550 or Torts
• Chicago (p. 28) Spring
LAWSTUDY 541 Communication and Legal Reasoning II
• Madrid (p. 29)
CONPUB 500 Constitutional Law
• Seoul (p. 29)
PPTYTORT 550 Torts
• Master of Science in Law (p. 30) or PPTYTORT 530 or Property
• Dual Degree for Northwestern Undergraduates (BS/BA-MSL First 1L Elective Course
Program) (p. 32) Second 1L Elective Course
Juris Doctor Electives Open to First Year Students
During the Spring semester of the first year, students choose two upper-
Contact class electives that may form the basis of additional study in subsequent
years. 1L electives are marked with the "Open Elective" attribute and may
Associate Dean, Academic Affairs: Ezra Friedman (https:// vary from year to year

www.law.northwestern.edu/faculty/profiles/EzraFriedman/)
NOTE: While every effort is made to ensure the following lists are
Program Overview accurate, change is inevitable. Courses used to satisfy graduation
requirements must be designated as such at the time of registration. Not
Our primary academic program is the Juris Doctor (JD) degree, which all courses are offered every year

includes our joint degree programs: JD-MBA, JD-PhD, JD-LLM in Taxation,
and JD-LLM in International Human Rights. We also offer a Two-Year Course Title
JD program designed for internationally educated attorneys, as well as BUSCOM 601S Business Associations
opportunities for transfer and visiting JD students. BUSCOM 602K Corporations
BUSCOM 605B Contracts II: Complex Commercial Contracting
JD Graduation Requirements BUSCOM 629 Employment Law
In order to graduate with the degree of Juris Doctor from Northwestern BUSCOM 630 Labor Law
University Pritzker School of Law, each student must: BUSCOM 690 Basic Federal Income Taxation
CONPUB 610 First Amendment
• Earn 85 semester credit hours during 6 to 7 semesters in residence at
CONPUB 615 Fourteenth Amendment
Northwestern Law

CONPUB 617S Local Government Law
• Achieve a cumulative GPA of at least 2.25 (or 2.0 if two-thirds of all
CONPUB 619 Employment Discrimination
grades are C+ or better)
CONPUB 633 American Indian Law
• Successfully complete all required first year courses
CONPUB 644 Legislation
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CONPUB 645 Law and Social Change Course Title
CONPUB 660 Immigration Law Legal Ethics Course Options
CONPUB 690 International Law LITARB 600 Legal Ethics
CONPUB 695 International Criminal Law LITARB 600G Legal Ethics in a Global Legal Practice
CRIM 641 American Criminal Codes 2001: Rewriting the Illinois LITARB 600L Legal Ethics for Business Lawyers
Criminal Code LITARB 600P Legal Ethics for Public Interest and Government
LAWSTUDY 601 Jurisprudence: Foundational Questions of Law and Lawyers
Lawyering LITARB 607 Legal Ethics (ITA)
LAWSTUDY 612 Western Legal Tradition TAXLAW 685 Tax Ethics, Opinions and Penalties
LAWSTUDY 631L Economic Analysis of Law
LAWSTUDY 640 Language and Law Perspective Elective (1 course)
LAWSTUDY 642 Narrative Structures Law, Literature, Journalism, Film Students must successfully complete the perspective elective
requirement by completing one course from a list of such courses as
LAWSTUDY 656 Law and Psychology
designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at
LAWSTUDY 707 English Legal History
registration

LAWSTUDY 710 Privacy Law
LAWSTUDY 726 The Legal Profession Course Title
LAWSTUDY 920 American Legal History CONPUB 605C Comparative Constitutional Law Seminar
LITARB 650 Civil Procedure II CONPUB 640 Critical Race Theory
LITARB 656 Remedies CONPUB 651 Feminist Jurisprudence
PPTYTORT 610 Environmental Law CONPUB 667 Law and Society
PPTYTORT 620 Family Law CONPUB 670 Ideas of the First Amendment
PPTYTORT 625 Estates and Trusts CONPUB 722L Comparative Law
PPTYTORT 635 Torts II CONPUB 724 Constitutional Design in the Muslim World I
PPTYTORT 640 Insurance Law CONPUB 725 Constitutional Design in the Muslim World II
PPTYTORT 650 Intellectual Property CONPUB 726 Public Corruption & the Law
PPTYTORT 651 Patent Law CONPUB 727 Liability and Enforcement in Criminal and
International Law
Unique First Year Opportunities CONPUB 730 Race, Social Science, and the Law
• Teamwork and communication skills are strongly emphasized
CRIM 637 Criminal Procedure: Theoretical Foundations
in classes such as Communication and Legal Reasoning, a
CRIM 656 The American Death Penalty
required year-long course in which students collaborate on
CRIM 692 Mass Incarceration
analytical exercises and group projects. Part of this class involves
CRIM 696 Restorative Justice Seminar
participation in the Arlyn Miner First-Year Moot Court (https://
www.law.northwestern.edu/academics/curricular-offerings/practice/ LAWSTUDY 510 Colloquium: Law and Gender
mootcourt/). LAWSTUDY 601 Jurisprudence: Foundational Questions of Law and
Lawyering
• At the end of the year, students may apply for a position on one of the
LAWSTUDY 612 Western Legal Tradition
Law School’s scholarly journals (https://www.law.northwestern.edu/
research-faculty/journals/). Selection is based on a mandatory LAWSTUDY 613 Economics and the Environment
write-on process following first-year spring semester exams, LAWSTUDY 615 Law and Rhetoric
unless students are accepted through an optional 1L Provisional LAWSTUDY 616 History of Economic Regulation
Membership Program for three of our six journals that takes place LAWSTUDY 631L Economic Analysis of Law
during the spring semester of the first year. LAWSTUDY 632L Special Topics: Economic Analysis of the Law
LAWSTUDY 633 Colloquium: Law and Economics
Second and Third Year Curriculum LAWSTUDY 640 Language and Law
After the first year, JD students choose elective courses to satisfy the LAWSTUDY 642 Narrative Structures Law, Literature, Journalism, Film
remaining degree requirements. Students generally register for 14 to
LAWSTUDY 644 Analyzing Human Rights
16 credit hours each term, and cannot enroll in more than 17 credits per
LAWSTUDY 647B Authenticity in Legal Practice
semester

LAWSTUDY 656 Law and Psychology
NOTE: While every effort is made to ensure the following lists are LAWSTUDY 668 Legal History Workshop
accurate, change is inevitable. Courses used to satisfy graduation LAWSTUDY 670 American Democracy
requirements must be designated as such at the time of registration. Not LAWSTUDY 677 Colloquium: Legal History
all courses are offered every year. LAWSTUDY 695 Quantitative Reasoning in the Law
LAWSTUDY 702 Colloquium: Legal Theory
Legal Ethics (1 course)
LAWSTUDY 703 Analytical Methods
Students must successfully complete the legal ethics requirement
by completing one (and only one) course from a list of such courses LAWSTUDY 707 English Legal History
as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as such at LAWSTUDY 708 Law and Literature
registration. LAWSTUDY 720 Empirical legal Studies
LAWSTUDY 722 Economic Analysis of Corp. Securities Law
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LAWSTUDY 723 Legal History Colloquium LITARB 604T International Business Law & Negotiations
LAWSTUDY 920 American Legal History LITARB 605 Trial Advocacy ITA
LAWSTUDY 921 American Legal History: The Warren Court LITARB 608 Litigation, Crises and Strategic Communications
PPTYTORT 600 Land Use and Other Urban Issues LITARB 610 Introduction to Trial Advocacy
PPTYTORT 624 Innovation Theory & Intellectual Property LITARB 614A Intellectual Property Litigation: Pretrial Skills
PPTYTORT 684 Philosophy of Intellectual Property LITARB 616 Pre-Trial Advocacy
LITARB 620 Advanced Trial Practice
Experiential Learning (6 credit hours) LITARB 621 Appellate Advocacy
Students must successfully complete the experiential learning
LITARB 670 Negotiation
requirement by completing at least 6 credit hours from a list of such
LITARB 670S Negotiation Workshop
courses as designated by the Curriculum Committee and identified as
LITARB 672 Advanced Negotiation Workshop
such at registration

LITARB 675 Mediation and Advocacy
Course Title LITARB 676 Practicum: Mediation Practice
BUSCOM 605B Contracts II: Complex Commercial Contracting LITARB 681 Law, Advocacy & Public Persuasion
BUSCOM 631 Entrepreneurship Law LITARB 684 Law, Advocacy & Public Persuasion II
BUSCOM 633I Structuring Transactions: Real Estate LITARB 693 The Visual Display of Evidence at Trial
BUSCOM 633M Structuring Transactions: Mergers and Acquisitions LITARB 695 International Arbitration
BUSCOM 633T Private Equity Transactions LITARB 700 Clinic: Entrepreneurship Law Center
BUSCOM 633U Venture Capital and Early Stage Financing LITARB 704 Clinic Practice: Wrongful Convictions and Juvenile
BUSCOM 633V Structuring Transactions: Sale of a Business Justice
BUSCOM 633Z Structuring Transactions: Financial Institutions LITARB 705 Clinic Practice: Eviction Defense and Unemployment
BUSCOM 646B International Project Finance Compensation Clinic
BUSCOM 660 Commercial Law: Secured Transactions LITARB 706 Clinic: Juvenile Justice/ Criminal Trials and Appeals/
PreTrial Representation
BUSCOM 667 Corporate Restructuring: Bankruptcy Reorganizations
LITARB 708 Clinic Practice: Center on Wrongful Convictions
BUSCOM 670P Practicum: Corporate Counsel
LITARB 712 Clinic Practice: Center for Criminal Defense
BUSCOM 670PS Practicum: Corporate Counsel
LITARB 714 Clinic: International Human Rights Advocacy
BUSCOM 707 Business Principles for Lawyers
LITARB 716 Clinic Practice: Juvenile Justice Trials and Criminal
BUSCOM 736 Advanced Contract Drafting for Entrepreneurs
Appeals
BUSCOM 738 Negotiating a Joint Venture in China
LITARB 719 Clinic Practice: Federal Criminal Appellate Practice
BUSCOM 779 Practicum: High Tech
LITARB 720 Clinic Practice: Human Rights Advocacy at Home and
BUSCOM 790 Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship Abroad
CONPUB 638 Practicum: Public Interest Law LITARB 721 Clinic: Civil Rights Litigation
CONPUB 638D Practicum: Public Interest Law LITARB 722 Clinic Practice: The United States Supreme Court
CONPUB 647 Practicum: Judicial LITARB 728 Clinic Practice: Immigration Law
CONPUB 647D Practicum: Judicial LITARB 729 Clinic Practice: Environmental Advocacy
CONPUB 647S Practicum: Judicial LITARB 730 Clinic Practice: Complex Civil Litigation & Investor
CONPUB 656 Practicum: Civil Government Protection
CONPUB 896 Intensive Practicum LITARB 733 Clinic Juvenile Justice Pre-Trial, Trial, Appeal and
CRIM 608 Practicum: Criminal Law Post-Dispositional / Post-Conviction Advocacy
CRIM 621 Criminal Trial Practice LITARB 734 Clinic: Second Chances: Advocacy for Children in
CRIM 626 Fed Crim Justice Practice Juvenile & Criminal Court
CRIM 691 Practicum: Restorative Justice LITARB 735 Clinic Practice: Criminal Defense - The Death Penalty
CRIM 693 Restorative Justice, Community Building, and LITARB 741 Clinic: International Human Rights Law and Practice
Practice LITARB 743 Legal Ethics in Motion
LAWSTUDY 618 Spanish for Lawyers LITARB 745 Clinic Practice: Children’s Rights Advocacy:
LAWSTUDY 620 Advanced Legal Research International and Domestic
LAWSTUDY 620A Advanced Legal Writing: Argument, Advocacy, LITARB 746 Clinic: Community Justice and Civil Rights Litigation
Drafting PPTYTORT 614 Structuring Transactions: Environmental Law
LAWSTUDY 622 Basics of Contract Drafting PPTYTORT 641 Medical Innovation I
LAWSTUDY 628 Advanced Legal Writing: Writing for the Court PPTYTORT 642 Medical Innovation II
LAWSTUDY 629 Foreign, Comparative, and International Legal PPTYTORT 644 Structuring Transactions: Music Law
Research PPTYTORT 668 Practicum: Health Law
LAWSTUDY 711 Client Strategies PPTYTORT 674 Intellectual-Property Strategy and Business
LAWSTUDY 719 Advanced Legal Writing: Trial-Level and Post-Hearing Implications for Companies
Briefs
LAWSTUDY 725 Data Privacy Advanced Writing Requirement (2 courses)
Students must also fulfill an upper level writing requirement in their
LITARB 604 International Business Law Negotiation
second or third year. This requirement can be met by completing one
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Research Writing course plus one Professional Writing course. JDMBAs BUSCOM 727 International Bankruptcy
and 2-Year-JDs may satisfy the upper level writing requirement by BUSCOM 732 Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Smart Contracts
completing either one Research Writing course or one Professional CONPUB 605C Comparative Constitutional Law Seminar
Writing course, but they may not count the writing course toward another CONPUB 637 Law and Education
degree requirement, such as Experiential Learning

CONPUB 640 Critical Race Theory
Research Writing CONPUB 651 Feminist Jurisprudence
1. A course meets the graduation requirement of a Research Writing CONPUB 664 Animal Law Seminar
course if a principal element of the assigned work in the course CONPUB 682 Women, Children, Gender and Human Rights
consists of one or more papers totaling a minimum of 7,000 words, CONPUB 697 Globalization and the Legal Profession
including footnotes, and meets the following criteria: CONPUB 700 Nation Building: International Human Rights in
• Each paper makes an argument based on research conducted by Transitional Societies
the student. CONPUB 702 International HR Law: Differing Perspectives, Europe,
• Each student submits a full initial draft for each paper. the Americas, US
• Each student receives substantial individual feedback from the CONPUB 706 International Law: the Law of War
professor on the clarity and effectiveness of the writing as well as CONPUB 709 A New World Order: the Role of the United Nations in
on the substance and organization of the argument in the draft. Advancing the Rule of Law and Human Rights
• Each student submits a final draft responding to the professor’s CONPUB 730 Race, Social Science, and the Law
feedback. CONPUB 736 Food Law and Policy Seminar
2. Senior Research (https://www.law.northwestern.edu/academics/ CONPUB 737 Legal Issues in Arab-Israeli conflict
curricular-offerings/senior-research/) (4 credits) or a 3-credit CONPUB 741 Trade Secrets Seminar
Independent Study project (https://www.law.northwestern.edu/ CONPUB 744 Separation of Powers
registrar/documents/independent_study_rules.pdf) counts as the CONPUB 747 State Constitutional Law and Contemporary Public
equivalent of a Research Writing course. Policy
3. Satisfactory completion of a journal note written with faculty CONPUB 750 Constitutional and Statutory Interpretation
supervision, certified as satisfactory by the appropriate journal editor CONPUB 752 Economic Liberty & the Constitution
and the faculty supervisor, counts as the equivalent of a Research CONPUB 754 Cybercrime
Writing course. CONPUB 755 Global Freedom of Expression and the Press
CONPUB 757 Free Speech on Campus
Professional Writing
CONPUB 758 Reproductive Health and Justice Seminar
1. A course meets the graduation requirement of a Professional Writing
course if a principal element of the assigned work in the course CONPUB 762 Originalism: Theory and Practice
consists of substantial transactional, litigation, legislative, regulatory, CONPUB 775 The Regulation of Money in Politics
public advocacy, or judicial writing of the sort that practicing lawyers CRIM 637 Criminal Procedure: Theoretical Foundations
do and that is assigned in a real or hypothetical practice context. This CRIM 638 Criminal Justice Reform
sort of writing is designated here as an “assignment.” CRIM 649 Children in Conflict with the Law
2. Assignments meet the Professional Writing requirement if they CRIM 650 Chicago’s Gun Violence Epidemic
consist of at least: CRIM 655 Prisons and Prisoners' Rights
a. A single substantial written assignment of approximately 5,000 CRIM 665 Crime and Criminology
words, written entirely by an individual student; or CRIM 685 Wrongful Convictions: History, Policy, and Reform
b. Three or more written assignments completed over the course of CRIM 697 Reform of Criminal Procedure: Tanzania I
the semester. LAWSTUDY 613 Economics and the Environment
i. A single assignment that requires multiple substantial
LAWSTUDY 615 Law and Rhetoric
revisions responding to feedback may count as multiple
LAWSTUDY 616 History of Economic Regulation
assignments

LAWSTUDY 647B Authenticity in Legal Practice
ii. Although professors may permit students to write some
LAWSTUDY 705 Colloquium: Public Law II
assignments under 2(b) collaboratively, the professor must
LAWSTUDY 709 Law, Legal Institutions, and the New Political
also have the opportunity to distinguish and evaluate each
Economy
student’s individual writing

LAWSTUDY 718 Law of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
3. Students must receive substantial feedback on the clarity and
LAWSTUDY 722 Economic Analysis of Corp. Securities Law
effectiveness of the writing as well as on the substance and
LAWSTUDY 724 Intersection of Crim, Education, Health, Env. And
organization of each assignment

Immigration
NOTE: While every effort is made to ensure the following lists are LAWSTUDY 727 Federalist Papers
accurate, change is inevitable. Courses used to satisfy graduation LITARB 540 Advanced Problems in Evidence
requirements must be designated as such at the time of registration. Not LITARB 613 Mental Models in Conflict Resolution
all courses are offered every year. LITARB 625 Advanced Topics in Litigation
LITARB 671 Juries
Course Title
LITARB 739 The Nature of Juridical Proof
Research Writing
LITARB 740 Civil Rights Lawyering Seminar
BUSCOM 680 Mutual Fund Regulation
LITARB 744 International Litigation
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The Pritzker Legal Research Center is the law library for the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law in Chicago, IL. Skip to Main Content Pritzker Legal Research Center Toggle navigation

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We would like to welcome our newest Pritzker Wildcat students for the 2022-2023 school year! Neighborhood registration will take place In-Person ONLY. Pritzker 7/8 Girls Trach and Field Win 2022 CPS Championship Title!!!

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This is a special perk for the family and friends of Pritzker and LaSalle Elementary schools. Wristbands include unlimited access to all inflatable activities and mini golf on Saturday and Sunday from 12-2 pm. Wristbands are good on both days so join us on Saturday and then hold onto your wristband to return on Sunday and repeat the fun!

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