Family Law Track

General Practice Concentration

Concentration Advisor: Professor Rona Kaufman and Professor Katherine Norton

In addition to completing required first-year courses, Corporations, Evidence, and Professional Responsibility, students wishing to fulfill the General Practice Concentration – Family Law Track must complete four additional courses in the upper level curriculum, as follows:

Required Courses

Family Law

Choose One:
Basic Federal Income Taxation
Children and the Law

Elective Courses

Choose two additional courses from below:

Simulation Courses

Estates and Trusts Skills Simulation
Trial Advocacy

Clinics and Externships

Education Law Clinic
Family Law Clinic
Government Externship*
High-credit Externship*
Judicial Externship*
Non-profit Externship*
Summer Intensive General Externship*

Upper-Level Writing Requirement Courses

Directed Research*

Other Courses

Accounting for Lawyers
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Employee Benefits
Law and Medical Ethics
Negotiation Skills
Social Media Discovery

*Requires approval of Concentration Advisor after consultation with faculty member supervising the clinic/externship/paper.