James McManis will be teaching a Remedies Course to fourth-year law students at Lincoln Law School. “I look forward to working with students on this challenging but very important subject. I have had the pleasure of teaching many legal courses during my 44-year legal career. As a topic of study, I find Remedies particularly rewarding as it lies at the intersections of theory and practice, academia and the courthouse,” said McManis. “The finest lawyers I know consider themselves students as much as practitioners and I believe that students will be more likely to succeed in their legal careers if they approach the issues with curiosity, critical thinking and determination.”
Courses, held on Thursday evenings, begin August 16 and run to the end of November.