|Course||Transactional Practice - Law 698G|
This course will introduce the student to the practice of a transactional attorney, focusing on the role of the transactional attorney in practice, the various types of transactions and practices available and a brief introduction to some types of transactions. All assignments for this class will be drawn from and will simulate real-world legal experience. CLASSES WILL BE TAUGHT BY PROFESSOR OR BY AN EXPERT IN THAT SPECIFIC PRACTICE FROM THE ARIZONA LEGAL COMMUNITY.
This is a two-unit course. Class will meet twice per week (90 minutes each meeting) for eight weeks, for a total of 16 classes. Each class will include a lecture and homework requiring hands-on drafting, and other class exercises may include simulations, negotiations and/or other hands-on exercises moderated by faculty.
Homework and in-class projects
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The class will be graded pass/fail based on attendance, professionalism and successful execution of homework and in-class projects. There will be no final exam.