LAW 607: Statutory Interpretation - spring

The work of state and federal legislatures, explored with the aim of preparing students for the effect of such legislation on their professional lives and work. Legislation is the most concrete, direct statement of governmental policy impacting a broad range of legal subjects. For attorneys, legislation is at the center of significant amounts of their work, involving statutory application and interpretation by courts and administrative agencies. Attorneys need to be skilled in locating statutes and related materials, understanding the process and context of law making, as well as developing the analytic skills necessary for statutory interpretation and argument.

2024 Spring
13123 01 Lecture 45 3.00
Days Start End Location
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2:50 PM EDT 4:15 PM EDT Law School 232
Instructor: Spencer Clough Class status:
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: In Person