Jul 22, 2024  
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Advocacy for Policymakers - LAWB 6235


Credits Hours: 2

This course will examine how lawyers, political leaders, and other stakeholders responsible for shaping policy effectively employ tools of advocacy. Students will improve their ability to identify, evaluate, and formulate effective advocacy strategies and tactics and to develop common practitioner tools, such as concise briefing and messaging materials used in advocacy initiatives. In addition to building advocacy skills, the class will introduce students to key policy issues arising from domestic and foreign policy challenges.

Required: Elective
Fulfills these Designated Graduation Requirements: Policy and Perspectives Requirement  
Practice Area: Government, Public Policy & Regulation Public Interest Law  



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