LL.M. Small Business Advocacy - Experiential – 6038

This LL.M. Small Business Advocacy course will replicate the practice of law and the representation of a small business client. The semester will revolve around one client, a food truck business, that wants to open and operate in the Twin Cities. Unlike other experiential classes at the law school such as legal writing, moot court and trial practice, the students will not be told what issues they will research and write about, but rather will independently identify, research and analyze the issues that the small business client faces.


Law 6021 LL.M. Legal Writing and Legal Skills I

Subject Area
Business Law *
Student Year
Grade base
A - F
Course type