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1L - First Year Topics
You may have heard that lawyers are precise. It’s true. In law school, you will spend a lot of time discussing the meaning of a singular word or placement of a comma.
It is also true that sometimes there is more than one way to say something, or multiple phrases may mean essentially the same thing. It can be tricky to hear both that every punctuation mark and word matters, and that you must be nimble enough to recognize when two sources are talking about the same concept in different terms. This lesson is designed to show you some examples both of precision, and of when two things essentially mean the same thing.
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This lesson looks at the process of negotiations discussing the terms of a contract when the parties contemplate a final written agreement.
This lesson provides a general review of legal research and an introduction to Wyoming primary and secondary resources.