Jun 23, 2024  
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RHET 4325 - Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Argument


Three credit hours.

Designed for all majors, particularly for prelaw students and writers interested in the discourse of the law. Students will read a variety of judicial decisions on current issues such as Freedom of Speech and complete several relatively short assignments focusing on legal reasoning and argument. Students will also learn how to find information on legal decisions and issues. Dual listed in the Graduate Catalog as RHET 5325.

Prerequisites: RHET 3315  or permission of instructor.



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