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LAW 0790: Access to Justice Clinic
Spring 2024 • Section 21

Course Description

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.


Day/Time Location
M 2:35-4:25 PM Barrack 207

Additional Time Requirements

An additional 10-12 hrs a week for all work.

Course Details

  • Len Rieser
  • Laura Bingham
Credit Hours

4 Credits



Course Type
  • Internal Clinic
Course Modality


Fulfills J.D. Requirement
  • Experiential/Professional Skills


Registration Info

Registration Notes

Average 10-12 hours per week.

Book List/Materials