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LAW 950S Community Lawyering Clinic I 5.0-6.0 Credits

The clinic offers students the unique opportunity to employ a variety of strategies including litigation, legal reform, community education, media advocacy, and even international advocacy to support the mobilization efforts of community groups working on the ground to achieve social justice. During the second semester, students, in collaboration with community leaders and guided by their ground-level work in the first semester, will design and implement projects aimed at addressing the systemic challenges facing the community, such as improving access to justice. The goal of the clinic is to build students’ capacity as lawyers, leaders, advocates, policy analysts, and community organizers, while at the same time empowering and serving the community.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is LAW.
Corequisite: LAW 656S

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