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LAW 922S Federal Reentry Court Practicum 1.0-3.0 Credit

This class is designed to support the Supervision to Aid Reentry (“STAR”) Program (aka “Federal Reentry Court”). Federal Reentry Court assists previously incarcerated federal prisoners to successfully reenter the community. Students will provide legal representation to participants on matters, including challenging traffic citations and fines, restoring driving privileges, landlord/tenant disputes, family law, and identity fraud. Students must participate in court sessions and attend a bi-weekly seminar. Students may elect to receive 1-2 academic credits per semester, or to receive pro bono credit. Students must make a year-long commitment to participate in both the seminar and the other aspects of the project, regardless of credit election.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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