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Students may generally schedule elective courses at any time in the second or third year (consistent with their required schedule); however, certain electives may be taken only after satisfactory completion of a prerequisite course.

Prerequisites for the following electives are as follows:

Elective Prerequisite
Advanced Topics in Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Family Business Planning
Estate Planning
Wealth Transfers
Trust & Estates
Family Law Advocacy & Procedure Trust & Estates or Family Law
Family Rights Practice & Procedure Family Law
Business Organizations II
Business Planning & Drafting
Family Business Planning
Securities Regulation
Business Organizations I
Securities Law Compliance & Enforcement
Business Organizations II or Securities Regulation
Civil Liberties
Civil Rights Actions

Equal Protection & Voting Rights
Separation of Church & State
Constitutional Law
Advanced Criminal Procedure
Criminal Practice & Procedure
White Collar Crime
Criminal Procedure
Business Planning & Drafting
Family Business Planning
Taxation of Individuals
Taxation of Corporations
Taxation of Partnerships
(Taxation of Partnerships also recommended)
Business & Financial Basics (formerly Basic Tax & Accounting for Lawyers)
Health Care Fraud & Abuse
(may be taken concurrently)
Health Care Law

Copyright Law
Intellectual Property II: Advanced Trademark

Patent Law & Drafting
Patent Litigation
Intellectual Property
Oil & Gas Drafting Problems
Oil & Gas
Trial Advocacy: Advanced Trial Advocacy Skills
Trial Advocacy: Advanced Trial Preparation
Scientific Evidence
Practice Court I

The following capstones must be preceded by these courses:

Capstone Prerequisite Courses
Administration of Estates Capstone Administration of Estates
Trust & Estates
Business Transactions Capstone Business & Financial Basics (formerly Basic Tax & Accounting for Lawyers)
Business Organizations I
Business Organizations II
Business Planning & Drafting
Securities Regulation
Taxation of Individuals
Trusts & Estates Capstone Trust & Estates
Wealth Transfers
Intellectual Property Capstone Intellectual Property I
Intellectual Property II: Advanced Trademark
Copyright Law
E-Commerce Law
Patent Law & Drafting
Patent Litigation
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