As part of the NYLS Core Curriculum, this course consolidates the predictive analysis and professional writing skills that first-year students have been developing.
This Core Curriculum course introduces students to the rules governing the conduct of civil litigation in the United States.
This Core Curriculum course deals with basic principles governing the creation and enforcement of contractual obligation.
This Core Curriculum course covers constitutional doctrines affecting substantive criminal law such as interpretation of penal legislation, principles of culpability and conduct, and analysis of harm.
This first-semester course will introduce students to two sets of fundamental concepts necessary for the successful study of law.
This second-semester course will continue the focus on the learning skills addressed in Foundations for the Study of Law, so that each student continues to develop skills necessary for learning and understanding new concepts throughout their career in law.
This course integrates the teaching of legal reasoning and analysis, predictive legal writing, and legal research and problem solving with other lawyering skills, such as fact analysis and client interviewing.
This course introduces students to persuasive legal writing, oral advocacy, client counseling, and negotiation.
This course introduces students to legislative process and the nature of statutory construction. It explores the role of public law, legislation, and administrative regulations.
This course covers fundamental property concepts including personal property, real property, land use and development, and the modern real estate transaction.