Law School for Teens - Weekly Class - Ongoing Class
Mike Traywick - Think, Reason, and Argue Better
In this ongoing class, we will cover topics taught in law school at an introductory level, including topics like the 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, Contracts, Evidence (I object), and more...
US Grade 8 - 11
Do you want to learn more about the 1st Amendment? Do you want to be more educated on the subject of contracts? Are you interested in working with Business Law? Or maybe your future lies in putting the guilty in jail or defending the innocent, and you want to learn more about criminal law. Well, you'll find all that and more here! Each week, we will talk about a different topic in law. This class will be discussion-based, and we will have fact patterns (handouts w/ story problems) to help...
This class is taught in English.
- Students will learn a variety of topics found in law and law school. - Students will become more nuanced thinkers as they understand the ins and outs of law. - Students will learn to make well-reasoned arguments in defense of their position, citing evidence to support their claims.
I am a practicing attorney and a former high school teacher that taught Criminal Law and other similar topics at a high school level.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parents should check the weekly topics to make sure that they are comfortable with the topics for their learner. At times, we will discuss wide ranging topics from the freedom of speech, to gun rights/control, crimes, and other legal topics.
The US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, various laws from various states, and many websites that are law related.
Meet the teacher
My name is Mike Traywick, and I am a high school teacher, a lawyer, and a veteran of the US Navy. If you are new to Outschool, you can use the PROMO Code: MIKETRA2020 for $20 off and enter the coupon code at checkout. Look through my classes at...
1x per week
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Completed by 462 learners
Live video meetings
3-14 learners per class