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Principles of Criminal Law Course

During the spring semester of the first year, Pacific McGeorge extends the opportunity to take a graded, one (1)-unit course called Principles of Criminal Law. The course is taught in small sections by Professor Lee and Professor Swanson, and it is offered to first-year students whose fall exam scores indicate they could use some additional help in realizing their full potential.

In early January, designated students will be enrolled in this course as a supplement to the three (3)-unit Criminal Law course. Principles of Criminal Law is based on the substance of Criminal Law but focuses on developing the analytical skills necessary in law school and legal practice. The intent is to help enrolled students go on to achieve success in law school, on the bar exam, and beyond.


Courtney Lee, Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills, Director of Academic Support
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