Fall 2017 Course Schedule

The Washington Lawyer (LAW-892-001A)
Jeffrey Lubbers

Meets: 06:00 PM - 07:50 PM (T) - Room C217

Enrolled: 15 / Limit: 22

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Notices

Assessment: Paper; Class participation; Mid-semester multiple choice quiz based on the readings.

Description

This two-credit seminar is intended to bring together LL.M in Law and Government candidates and JD students for an overview of what it means to be an effective “Washington lawyer.” Topics include the importance of the Administrative Procedure Act; navigating the White House, Justice Department, and executive agencies; influencing the legislative process and the appointments process; ethics and lobbying restrictions, public interest and government lawyering.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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Non--All readings will be posted on MyWCL

First Class Readings

Available on MyWCL

Syllabus

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