A. Required Courses
All Trial and Appellate Advocacy Concentration students must complete the following five (5) required courses.

1. One (1) Evidence course from the following list:


Evidence 4 credits

2. One (1) Pretrial course from the following list:


Pretrial Civil Litigation 3 credits
State Criminal Practice 2 credits

3. An Appellate course from the following list:


Appellate Practice and Advocacy 3 credits

4. An Alternative Dispute Resolution course from the following List:

Alternative Dispute Resolution  3 credits
Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation 4 credits
Labor and Employment Arbitration (Not offered 2016-2017) 3 credits
Mediation 3 credits
Negotiation 2 credits
Arbitration of Domestic and International Disputes (Not offered 2016-2017)

5. A Trial Advocacy course from the following list:

Federal Criminal Practice Seminar 2 credits
Trial Advocacy 2 credits
Trial Advocacy: Criminal 3 credits
Trial Advocacy - Intensive 3 credits

B. Internships* and Clinical Courses**

All Trial and Appellate Advocacy Concentration students must complete an internship or clinical program. At least 1 course from the following list:

Accelerator-to-Practice Program
 8 credits
Family Advocacy Clinic 8 credits
Health Law Clinic 8 credits
Immigration Clinic 8 credits
Indigenous Peoples' Rights Clinic 8 credits
Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Clinic 8 credits
Internship in a Litigation-Related Internship credits vary between 2 and 5
Juvenile Defender Clinic 8 credits
Suffolk Defenders 8 credits
Suffolk Prosecutors 8 credits
*Participation in the Legal Internship Program requires prior approval by the Concentration Faculty Director. Internships must be arranged through the Legal Internship Office in advance of the semester(s) during which a student will participate. For information on the process of securing a legal internship, go to Legal Internships. You are also encouraged to make an appointment with Professor Bernadette Feeley in the Legal Internship Office, Room 165B, Sargent Hall, to discuss legal internships further. **Participation in any of the Clinical Programs requires application and acceptance in advance of the semester(s) during which a student will participate. Each Clinical Program has its own prerequisite courses and rules as to how students are selected for participation. If you are considering a Clinical Program, please to sure to consult the individual program's web site at Clinical Programs. You are also encouraged to make an appointment with the Clinical Programs Office, Room 190, Sargent Hall, to discuss the Clinical Programs further.

C. Litigation and Advocacy-Related Elective Courses

All Trial and Appellate Advocacy Concentration students must complete at least three (3) Concentration elective courses from the following list.
Administrative Law 3 credits
Advanced Civil Procedure 3 credits
Advanced Legal Writing 3 credits
Advanced Legal Writing - Criminal Topics 3 credits
Advanced Torts 2 credits
Concentration Thesis 2 credits
Conflict of Laws: Theory and Practice (Not offered 2016-2017) 3 credits
Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure 3 credits
E Discovery Law 2 credits
Equitable Remedies 3 credits
Federal Courts 3 credits
Health Law Advocacy (Not offered 2016-2017) 2 credits
Housing Discrimination Law, Theory and Practice: Brainstorming and Implementing Solutions to Discrimination 2 credits
Insurance Litigation 2 credits
International Legal Practice 2 credits
Interviewing and Counseling 2 credits
Massachusetts Practice * 2 credits
Medical Malpractice 2 credits
Patent Litigation Seminar 2 credits
Patent Prosecution II: PTO Practice 2 credits
Police Misconduct 2 credits
Real Estate and Land Use Litigation (Not offered 2016-2017) 2 credits
*Only one state practice courses may count toward fulfilling the three elective requirement.