Michigan Law offers a wide selection of practice simulations—taught by practitioners at the top of their fields—that combine doctrinal and experiential learning. By working through the stages of both mock and actual cases, students acquire extensive practical experience and develop specialized expertise in a particular area of law. This hands-on experience helps students to better appreciate and think about the theoretical underpinnings of the law and better equips them for actual practice in it. In a typical academic year we offer nearly 40 practice simulation courses with varied formats and topics. The wealth of opportunities covers a broad range of topics, including corporate criminality, tax planning for business, real estate entrepreneurship, joint ventures, alternative dispute resolution, and antitrust advocacy.
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