The course is for LL.M. students who speak English as a second language. It serves as a companion to [a substantive law course, e.g., Constitutional Law I]. Students will build skill in analyzing cases, applying case holdings to hypothetical facts and understanding the material presented in the substantive law course. Also, students will learn and practice skills necessary for success in law school, e.g., preparation of effective case briefs, class notes, and course outlines.