The Applied Skills Program has special responsibility for designing, teaching and overseeing courses that are primarily devoted to developing the skills associated with the application of the law.
The Applied Skills Program includes the upper level professional
skills courses: New York Law in National Perspective and Consolidated
Legal Analysis. New York Law in National Perspective surveys in a
comparative context the substantive law in eight major subject areas
Consolidated Legal Analysis, taken the last semester of law school, revisits fundamental principles of legal analysis to consolidate the skills developed in varied areas of law. Both courses are required courses for students in the Comprehensive Curriculum Program.
Applied Skills Program also coordinates all sections of Civil Litigation
The program also conducts all
The Applied Skills Program is under the direction of Joseph L. Marino who teaches New York Practice, New York Law in National Perspective and Consolidated Legal Analysis. Professor Marino has more than 30 years experience teaching applied legal skills in law school and for the bar. He is the director of the Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education , Marino Bar Review Course and Marino Bar Tutors.
Professor of Applied Legal Studies
Director of Applied Skills Program
Applied Skills Coordinator