Atlanta’s John Marshall Law Schools simulation curriculum covers a wide range of skills, including negotiations, mediation, trial advocacy, client interviewing & counseling, transactional drafting, law office management, problem-solving, team building, presentation skills, and oral advocacy. Most simulation courses are for upper-class students.
The following are experiential courses that satisfy the credit requirements for experiential learning and count toward the 6-hour experiential course credit requirement:
|210||Pretrial Practice & Procedure (Civil)||2|
|217||Advanced Transactional Drafting||3|
|220||Trial Advocacy & Writing||3|
|225||Alternative Dispute Resolution & Writing||3|
|235||Advanced Appellate Advocacy||2|
|260||Criminal Pretrial Practice & Procedure||2|
|467||Integrated Criminal Practice (Criminal Honors Program)||6|
|610||Law Office Management||2|
|620||Alternative Dispute Resolution||3|
|650||Client Interviewing & Counseling||2|
Registration for simulation courses is handled via MyAJMLS and processed by the Registrar’s Office. For questions related to these courses, please contact Professor Gatewood, Associate Dean of Academics.