Litigating a Transaction (8692)
(06/01/2021-08/07/2021)

Course Memo

This course is designed to have students negotiate, structure, and draft a commercial contract from the practitioner’s point of view and then create specific litigation documents to address boilerplate and negotiated contract issues after a negotiation. Teams of students will be expected to draft transactional and litigation documents capable of achieving their client’s goals from the formation of a contract through breach to the commencement and eventual decision of the trier of fact.

Satisfies the Skills or Drafting requirement.

Course Section Description

Co-taught by Prof. Paskan. This course will satisfy the Skills or Drafting Requirement.

ASSIGNED BOOKS