J.S.D. candidates (including those who are second-year Associates) meet weekly throughout the year, at a mutually convenient time to be determined, to present their doctoral work to each other, as well as the chair of the graduate committee and members of their dissertation committees. Each candidate presents twice: his or her project during the fall semester, and then work-in-progress on that project during the spring. Grades will be based on class participation (each student will share with the professor the responsibility for conducting one of the classes) and on research and writing undertaken in support of the representation of one or two capital clients whose lawyers work in New York and can assist in supervising the student's work.
Section Offerings for 2012-13
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