Simulated scenarios. Real results.
Simulation courses are an excellent opportunity to practice legal skills and gain practical experience through simulated scenarios and role-playing exercises.
These courses typically involve a hypothetical legal problem or issue that students work through in teams or individually, ranging from negotiating a contract to conducting a mediation or arbitration to preparing for trial or arguing before a judge. You’re assigned roles (attorneys, clients or mediators) and are able to work through scenarios just as you will in your real-life practice. You’ll receive feedback from your professors and peers, and have the opportunity to reflect on your performance and improve your skills.
Our current simulation courses:
- Advocating for Animals in Agriculture
- Alternative Dispute Resolution In Family Law
- Appellate Advocacy– Municipal Law Simulation
- Arbitration Advocacy
- Child Abuse And Neglect I: Defining The Problem (This Course Qualifies As An Externship)
- Child Abuse And Neglect II: Interventions For The Problem (This Course Qualifies As An Externship)
- Forensic Evidence In The Courtroom
- Interviewing, Counseling, And Negotiation Advocacy
- Mediation Advocacy
- Pretrial Litigation
- Street Law
- Trial Practice