Amy Vaughan-Thomas

Director of Academic Success

Law School / Student Services

508-985-1162

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UMass School of Law


Teaching

Courses

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

The Academic Skills Lab is a non-credit bearing, weekly course for first year law students. Participation is mandatory during the fall semester when instruction focuses on a variety of fundamental legal skills such as law school study skills, case reading and briefing, legal analysis, and law school examination preparation. In the spring semester, the program's focus is remedial. First year students are referred to weekly workshop sessions designed to improve law school exam performance

Students will complete weekly practice exams using Agency materials. Students will receive frequent feedback on assignments. In-class instruction will focus on writing and study skills, as well as legal analysis and reading techniques. This course will be required for students on academic probation after their first full-time semester or second part-time semester, and will be open to other first-year and second-year students up to the course limit.

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