A simulation course provides substantial experience not involving an actual client, that is reasonably similar to the experience of a lawyer advising or representing a client or engaging in other lawyering tasks in a set of facts and circumstances devised or adopted by a faculty member. The College of Law regularly offers the following simulation courses:  

(1) Contract Drafting
(2) Domestic Violence Workshop
(3) Interview, Counseling and Negotiation
(4) Law Office Management
(5) Mediation Theory and Practice
(6) Pretrial Practice Workshop
(7) Trial Practice 

In addition, the College of Law may offer other courses that may satisfy the Experiential Education Requirement. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs may designate other courses as meeting the experiential education requirement on a case-by-case basis where the designated course meets the standards for experiential learning.