Credit units: N/A
College: Graduate and Postdoc Studies
Department: Law (Dean's Office)
Presentations regarding current research will be made by visiting faculty, faculty and graduate students. All graduate students in residence must make a presentation at least once each year. The seminar may also seek to provide for review of current literature and developments.
Note: All graduate students are required to attend, and to participate in the course to the satisfaction of the Law Graduate Studies Committee. This is a non-credit course.
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