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PLS 266 - Legal Research and Writing | Course Descriptions | Monroe Community College
PLS 266 - Legal Research and Writing

Students develop legal resesarch and analysis strategies through lecture, library exercises, and computerized research. Understanding the structure of the sources of law and utilizing critical thinking skills equip students to undertake legal research systematically. Students use federal and New York State CD-ROM and law books consisting of substantive and procedural documents, digests, reporters, statutes, rules and regulations of administrative agencies, and the Internet to research databases and communicate with others. Writing exercises involve analyzing, summarizing, and synthesizing research in a clear, concise, accurate and timely manner based upon the procedural requirements of the law. Three class hours.

3 Credits

Prerequisites: Successful completion of PLS 260, or permission of program director.

Course Offered Fall only

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Fall Semester 2014

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