All courses in the upper-level curriculum assume a student has completed the courses of the first year curriculum, thus 1L courses are not often listed as requisites to other courses. There are other courses, however, that rely on an understanding of material covered in other elective courses. Listed below are the common requisite courses and some of the courses for which they are requisites.
Please note: instructors may waive pre/co-requisites.
7600 Administrative Law (Agencies in Action, Agency Regulation, Federal Agency Non-Profit Internship)
7605 Business Organizations (Business Acquisitions, Corporate Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Securities Regulation)
7645 Criminal Procedure (vatious Clinics, Advanced Criminal Procedure)
7655 Employment Discrimination (Institutional Design in the Law of Work)
7773 Employment Law, Selected Topics (Institutional Design in the Law of Work)
7650 Environmental Law (Environmental Law Clinic)
7560 Evidence (various Clinics, Law and Forensic Science, Trial Advocacy)
7661 Federal Income Tax (Tax Clinic, Insurance Taxation)
7717 Intellectual Property (Intellectual Property Clinic)
7766 Labor Law: Organizing and Collective Bargaining (Institutional Design in the Law of Work)
7675 Principles of Insurance (Comparative Insurance Regulation, Insurance Finance, Topics in Insurance Law, Principles of Reinsurance)
7742 Trusts and Estates (Estate Planning)