Legal Analysis Micro-credential
The legal analysis micro-credential provides students with an introduction to the substantive law of both voluntarily assumed legal obligations (contracts) and obligations imposed by the law (torts), along with a foundation in the skills and methods of applying legal principles to factual scenarios to predict outcomes that is at the heart of legal analysis.
This micro-credential is part of the foundation series. For more information about foundation series micro-credentials, see the Micro-credential Series section of the Additional Offerings page and the Micro-credential Bulletin.
This micro-credential is only available to students enrolled in the Executive Juris Doctor or Juris Doctor program and is not available as a stand-alone offering.
In order to earn a credential, you must successfully complete each course with a grade of "C-" or higher.
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Certification, State Board, and National Board Exams
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