J.D. Curriculum

Roy Sobelson, JD curriculum

The Georgia State Law J.D. curriculum is engaging and challenging, starting with your first semester in Lawyering Foundations, through required courses, such as Constitutional Law and Evidence. As a second-year student, you’ll begin tailoring your courses to explore your interests and meet your career goals. Course offerings cover almost all aspects of public and private law.

Full-Time Program

Fall semester

Spring semester

First year

Course
Contracts I
Torts
Civil Procedure I
Lawyering Foundations I
Legal Bibliography

Hours
3
4
3
3
1

Course
Contracts II
Property
Civil Procedure II
Lawyering Foundations II
Criminal Law

Hours
3
4
3

Second year

Constitutional Law I
Evidence
Electives

3
4
9

Lawyering Advocacy
Professional Responsibility
Electives

3
2
10

Third year

Electives

15

Electives

14

Georgia State Law’s Part-Time Curriculum 

 
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