Legal Methods is one of the few common rites of passage for CLS students—a 3-credit boon that lightens the 1L course load and provides a transitional adjustment period before the pressure of graded courses sets in. It is the first chapter of our legal training, during which we lay the foundation for the earliest stages of our careers.

But as the Legal Methods curriculum stands now, does it effectively serve its purpose?

Let us hear from you with your votes and comments, and we’ll publish highlights in a special report in our next issue.

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Q: In what tangible ways could the course be changed to address issues important to students while they are here, both as scholars and as members of the Law School community? 

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