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Senior Thesis

An opportunity for third-year students to engage in original research and to prepare a substantial written-work product on the scale of a law review article. The thesis topic should be chosen no later than two weeks after the beginning of the seventh term of law study and may be chosen during the sixth term. The topic is subject to the approval of the thesis supervisor, who may be any member of the Law School faculty under whose direction the student wishes to write the thesis and who is willing to assume the responsibility therefor. An oral defense of the thesis before members of the faculty, including the thesis supervisor, will be conducted late in the student's ninth academic term. Acceptance of the thesis for credit requires the approval of the thesis supervisor and one or more other members of the faculty who will be selected by the supervisor. Satisfactory completion of the senior thesis will satisfy graduation requirements to the extent of (a) 5 - 8 units of credit and (b) two research courses. The exact requirements for a senior thesis are in the discretion of the supervising faculty member. Special Instructions: Two Research credits are possible. Elements Used in Grading: Paper

2015-2016 Autumn
09/21/2015 - 11/20/2015
Instructors: staff
Notes: Law Unit Limitation.
2015-2016 Winter
01/04/2016 - 03/07/2016
Instructors: staff
Notes: Law Unit Limitation.
2015-2016 Spring
03/28/2016 - 05/27/2016
Instructors: staff
Notes: Law Unit Limitation.

Instructors for this course (Past and Present)

G. Marcus Cole
George Fisher
Joshua Cohen
Robert Weisberg
Allen S. Weiner
Mark A. Lemley
Richard Craswell
Jeffrey L. Fisher
Lawrence C. Marshall
Helen Stacy
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
Paul Goldstein
Joseph A. Grundfest
Norman W. Spaulding
Ticien Sassoubre
Michelle Wilde Anderson