2017 Courses in Law for Gifted High School Students

Summary

The Center for Legal and Court Technology, William & Mary Law School, in conjunction with the Center for Gifted Education, provides interactive and thought-provoking classes for high school students.

Full Description

Fred Lederer, Chancellor Professor of Law and Director, Center for Legal & Court Technology, William & Mary Law School, exposes high school students to basic topics in law such as what the law is, how it is made, how judges can changes the law, and how to resolve disputes. 

Courses include:

Introduction to U.S. Law (June 26-29; 9:00 am–12:30 pm)

Introduction to Torts (June 29-30; 1:00 pm–5:30 pm)

Introduction to Torts (July 10-11; 1:00 pm–5:30 pm)

Introduction to Evidence (July 12-13; 1:00 pm–5:30 pm)

Introduction to U.S. Law (July 17-20; 9:00 am–12:30 pm)

Introduction to Search & Seizure (July 20-21; 1:00 pm–5:30 pm)

Introduction to Search & Seizure (August 10: 1:00 pm–5:30 pm; August 11: 8 am–12:30 pm)

There are no prerequisites needed, and courses may be taken in any sequence.

Fees:

Introduction U.S. Law: $330

Introduction to Evidence: $190

Introduction to Torts: $190

Introduction to Search & Seizure: $190

A limited number of need-based scholarships will be available.

For registration and questions, please contact:

[[medelt, Mary Beth Dalton]]

Administrative Assistant

Center for Legal and Court Technology

The College of William & Mary Law School

Phone:  757.221.2494

www.legaltechcenter.net