Legal writing is also integrated into the school's academic structure, known as the Woodruff Curriculum. Used as a model for other law schools in the U.S., the Woodruff Curriculum concentrates on practical skills and ethics courses, as well as including a hefty amount of writing. The first week of every year is devoted to a specialized workshop; first-years take Introduction to the Study of Law, while second- and third-years take classes on client counseling and dispute resolution, respectively. The school also boasts the oldest continually published law review in Georgia, Mercer Law Review.
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