Charlotte School of Law
Charlotte Law students are exposed to skills and values of the profession from the first day of matriculation and then throughout the remaining years of their legal study. All students begin their law school career with an intensive multi-day orientation where students are introduced to the study and practice of law. Through our infusion curriculum, students are introduced to lawyering skills and values in many of their courses, including a number of traditional 'doctrinal' courses. Students learn to research, analyze, write and orally present issues as lawyers do in practice as part of the six (6) hour first year Lawerying Process curriculum. Our flexible advanced writing requirement offers students a choice of courses and options where they can sharpen their research analytical and writing skills. Charlotte Law's upper-division curriculum includes a wide-range of doctrinal and skills courses seminars, clinical offerings and externships providing students with opportunities to explore specific interests and enhance their readiness for practice. Finally as lawyers-in-training all students provide pro bono service to underserved populations.