Access to Justice Clinic
Spring 2023 • Section 21
In this clinical course, students would engage in legal analysis and policy advocacy while representing client organizations seeking to achieve systemic improvements in access to civil justice - in the mechanisms, that is, by which currently unrepresented people can get access to legal help. Students would develop skills in working collaboratively with client organizations, project planning; interviewing; research and information-gathering; analyzing substantive law, procedure, and the actual working of administrative agencies and courts; identifying systemic barriers and developing solutions and strategies by which to achieve them; and written and oral advocacy.
|W 10:00-11:50 AM||Barrack 205|
Additional Time Requirements
An additional 10-12 hrs a week for all work.
No Registration Restrictions.