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LAW 844 v09 : U.S. Legal Research Analysis & Writing (Two-Year Program)

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Fall 2020
LLM Adjunct
UserID Name Email
ajs304 Shanedling, Abraham
as3494 Sandor, Anna
LAW 844 v09: U.S. Legal Research Analysis & Writing (Two-Year Program)
U.S. Legal Research Analysis & Writing (Two-Year Program)
W 5:45 - 7:45p (Note day/time change to Wednesdays, 5:45)
Special Requirement


This class is mandatory for, and restricted to, students enrolled in the Two-Year LL.M. Program.  This course is graded on an honors-pass-fail basis. Students who enroll in this course may not enroll in any other sections of U.S. Legal Research Analysis & Writing.

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Personal Information


B.A., with honors, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D., cum laude, Georgetown. Professor Shanedling is an Associate at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP in Washington, DC where he is a member of the firm's Business Trial Practice group. His practice includes counseling clients in complex litigation and regulatory matters across various industries, including communications regulatory issues, commercial disputes, data security and privacy, and administrative law. He has represented clients before federal and state courts across the country as well as federal and state administrative agencies, with matters ranging from multi-district products liability litigation to government investigations and enforcement actions. In 2015, Professor Shanedling was a recipient of the Burton Distinguished Legal Writing Award for his paper “Removing Weapons of Mass Destruction From the World’s Most Volatile Region: How to Achieve a WMD-Free Zone in the Middle East,” 46 Geo. J. Int’l L. 315 (2014). Professor Shanedling previously served as a law clerk with the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary and as a legal intern in the Office of the Chief Counsel of the Department of Homeland Security. He is a cum laude graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, where he was Managing Editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law and competed on the Appellate Advocacy (Moot Court) team.

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