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– Professor John Heilman, Co-Director of Academic Support and Bar-Related Programs

Externships Fashion Law3 Intellectual Property Law International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law International Art Law2 International Entertainment Law2 IP Licensing: Law and Practice Motion Picture Production Law Music Industry Contracts The Music Publishing Industry Patent Law Patent Preparation and Prosecution Television Production Law Trademark Law Video Game Law INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW Cameron, Cammack, Epstein, Faerman, Grimes, Gunning, Gupta, Lutz, Miller, Scott, Stier, VanLandingham Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Media Law2 Corruption and Government2 European Union3 Externships Global Tort Litigation Immigration Law International and Comparative Copyright Law International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law International Art Law2

International Business Transactions2 International Entertainment Law2 International Labor and Employment Law Seminar International Law in Practice International Litigation and Arbitration International Protection of Human Rights2 International Sports Law2 International Trade Law Islamic Law Latin American Laws and Institutions2 Law and International Development Law Journal Seminar Media as an International Human Right3 Public International Law U.S. Immigration Law and Mexico in the Age of Reform2 JURISPRUDENCE AND LEGAL HISTORY Calnan, Cammack, Epstein, Frost, Gray, Gunning, Gupta, Hart, Hoyos, Knipprath, Krimmel, McEvoy, Pugsley, Shaffer, Shafiroff, Sloan, Wood American Legal History Federal Indian Law History of Contemporary Policy Informal Systems of Order Seminar Islamic Law Jurisprudence Seminar

Academic Support – Resources for Ensuring Student Success The Office of Academic Support and Bar-Related Programs coordinates activities, courses and services to help students develop effective study techniques and other essential strategies for achieving academic success. In addition to individualized tutoring and study skills and exam writing workshops, several specially structured academic courses provide more interactive study and exam skills instruction: Defenses in the Law and Practical Lawyering Skills reinforce organizational, critical thinking, writing, listening and exam-taking skills; and Selected Topics in American Law introduces students to the expectations of the California Bar Exam.1 In Southwestern’s Writing Center, students are welcome to visit at any stage of their writing—from brainstorming to polishing. The Writing Center faculty are available to provide individualized feedback and advice and present group workshops on writing composition, citation and grammar issues. The Center assists any law student seeking help with such writing assignments as legal memos, briefs, seminar papers, clinical work, externship assignments, law review or journal notes, cover letters, and writing samples. 1 Note: Some of these courses have limited enrollment

www.swlaw.edu/studentservices/academicsupport

Law and International Development Law and Literature Law and Literature Seminar Law and Religious Institutions Seminar Law and Rhetoric

COURSES

At Southwestern, academic support is closely intertwined with other academic programs and activities. We are all working to ensure our students’ success. It is that sense of collaborative purpose for the benefit of all students that makes a great difference here.”

Law and Social Change – Obstacles and Opportunities Law and Society Seminar Legal Arguments about Moral and Political Issues Seminar Race and the Law Seminar Trial of Jesus Seminar

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Catalog 2014  
Catalog 2014