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Xinh T. Luu

Lecturer
Lecturer
Unit: School of Law
Department: School of Law
Office location and address
WB233b
580 Massie Rd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Education
J.D. University of Utah College of Law 1990
M.L.S. University of Washington 1996
B.A. University of Colorado 1977
Biography

Xinh (pronounced "Sing") Luu joined the Law School in 1996 as librarian for international, foreign and comparative law.  She teaches International/Foreign Legal Research and Graduate (LL.M.) Legal Research, Reasoning and Writing. Before coming to Virginia, she was a patent attorney and a petroleum engineer in Colorado.


LAW 7050: International and Foreign Legal Research
Credits: 2
The main objectives of this course are to introduce students to the components of a complex international legal problem; develop research skills using print sources, online databases and the Internet; offer strategies for finding the law and information. Topics include public and private international law, arbitration, human rights, intellectual property, environmental law, and trade law.
LAW 8802: Graduate Legal Research and Writing I
Credits: 1
This course introduces LL.M. students to the fundamentals of U.S. legal research materials, methods, and strategies as well as various forms of legal writing.
LAW 8805: Graduate Legal Research and Writing II
Credits: 1
This course continues to introduce LL.M. students to the fundamentals of U.S. legal research materials, methods, and strategies as well as various forms of legal writing.