American Legal Systems I
Law School Description
Introduces conceptual and historical foundations of systems of public and private ordering in the United States and its territories and explores the roles of lawyers and the legal system in social and political change. Supports participants as they adjust to the law school experience and seeks to sustain their connections with the communities they aim to serve and the aspirations that motivated them to study law.
Uh Mānoa Catalog Description
Introduces foundational concepts in American legal systems. Engages students in legal analysis and techniques of legal advocacy. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only.