Students will demonstrate a basic knowledge of the law in certain key areas, including Torts, Contracts (including the law of Sales), Property, Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law (including Constitutional Criminal Procedure), Business Associations, and Evidence.
Students will be equipped to practice law ethically and professionally, with honesty, integrity, and Christ-like character.
Students will demonstrate competency in legal analysis, writing, and problem solving, including specific written skills necessary for the successful practice of law.
Students will demonstrate an ability to engage in oral communication of legal matters, in ways that successfully embody the oral skills necessary for law practice.
Students will present themselves to prospective employers in ways that communicate personal and business competence.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Biblical principles applicable to law, and an ability to apply those principles in practical ways to the practice of law.
Learning outcomes for LL.M. program
Students will demonstrate a familiarity with the United States legal system, in the context of selected substantive law topics.
Students will demonstrate an ability to reason, research, write, and problem-solve in the context of the United States legal system.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the common-law legal tradition, as opposed to a civil law system.
Students will demonstrate an appreciation of Christian principles applicable to law.