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Course Prerequisites

A substantial number of second- and third-year courses have 1 or more upper-level courses as prerequisites.

Course Prerequisite
LAW 864 Advanced International Trade Law A basic course in international trade regulation or equivalent or permission of instructor
LAW 870 Advanced Legal Ethics
LAW 972 Professional Responsibility
LAW 857 Advanced Litigation
LAW 908 Evidence,
LAW 992 Trial Advocacy,
and permission of instructor if Advanced Litigation has been taken
LAW 858 Agriculture Law
LAW 873 Commercial Law: Secured Transactions*
LAW 877 Animal Rights Seminar
Permission of instructor
LAW 889 Bankruptcy
LAW 873 Commercial Law: Secured Transactions
LAW 883 Biodiversity Law
LAW 905 Environmental Law Survey
LAW 866 Business Associations II LAW 865 Business Associations I
LAW 868 Business Planning Seminar LAW 865 Business Associations I,
LAW 866 Business Associations II,
LAW 913 Federal Income Taxation,
LAW 855 Taxation of Business Enterprises, LAW 892 Business Organizations
LAW 881 Conflict of Laws
45 hours of law school credit or permission of instructor
LAW 851 Contracts III
LAW 809 Contracts
LAW 930 Corporate Finance LAW 865 Business Associations I
LAW 884 Corporate Transactions: Process and Issues
LAW 865 Business Associations I,
LAW 866 Business Associations II, LAW 892 Business Organizations
LAW 890 Criminal Prosecution Clinic LAW 908 Evidence,
LAW 992 Trial Advocacy*,
qualification under Kansas Rule 719 (See Clinic and Externship Rules)
LAW 859 Deposition Skills Workshop LAW 908 Evidence
LAW 907 Estate Planning: Practice
LAW 906 Estate Planning: Principles
LAW 906 Estate Planning: Principles
LAW 996 Estates and Trusts,
LAW 913 Federal Income Taxation
LAW 910 Federal Courts and the Federal System LAW 845 Jurisdiction or permission of instructor
LAW 915 Federal Tax Procedure
LAW 913 Federal Income Taxation
LAW 844 Immigration/Asylum Law Clinic
LAW 923 Immigration Law
LAW 924 Independent Research
40 hours of law school credit,
2.0 overall grade-point average
LAW 847 International Civil Litigation LAW 845 Jurisdiction or permission of instructor
LAW 932 International Human Rights Law
LAW 974 Public International Law*
or permission of instructor
LAW 845 Jurisdiction
LAW 804 Civil Procedure
LAW 952 Legal Aid Clinic
LAW 972 Professional Responsibility,
LAW 992 Trial Advocacy*,
qualification under Kansas Rule 719 (See Clinic and Externship Rules)
LAW 947 Mergers and Acquisitions
LAW 865 Business Associations I,
LAW 866 Business Associations II, LAW 892 Business Organizations
LAW 960 Moot Court Competition
Second-year status
LAW 965 Nonprofit and Tax-Exempt Organizations
LAW 865 Business Associations I,
LAW 913 Federal Income Taxation, LAW 892 Business Organizations
LAW 977 Patent Law
LAW 968 Intellectual Property
LAW 897 Pension and Employee Benefits Law
LAW 913 Federal Income Taxation
LAW 895 Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies
LAW 896 Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies Class*,
LAW 878 Criminal Procedure*
LAW 978 Refugee and Asylum Law
LAW 974 Public International Law,
LAW 932 International Human Rights Law,
LAW 923 Immigration Law,
or consent of instructor
LAW 986 Securities Regulation
LAW 865 Business Associations I,
LAW 866 Business Associations II, LAW 892 Business Organizations
LAW 842 State Constitutional Law
LAW 806 Introduction to Constitutional Law
LAW 855 Taxation of Business Enterprises
LAW 913 Federal Income Taxation and
either LAW 865 Business Associations I
or LAW 892 Business Organizations
LAW 990 Taxation of Mergers and Acquisitions
LAW 855 Taxation of Business Enterprises
LAW 893 Topics in the Law of Cyberspace
LAW 922 Introduction to Copyright in Literary and Artistic Works
or permission of instructor
LAW 992 Trial Advocacy
LAW 908 Evidence
LAW 998 Tribal Judicial Support Clinic
LAW 914 Federal Indian Law;
LAW 987 Sovereignty, Self-determination, and the Indigenous Nations; or
LAW 967 Native American Natural Resources
  *concurrent enrollment acceptable

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