Civil Legal Clinic

Law 391






The Civil Legal Assistance Clinic is a full-year two-semester clinic in which students represent clients in civil rights and poverty law cases. Civil Clinic students also work on related advocacy projects based on community needs. We anticipate that the majority of the cases for the 2016-2017 year will involve representing tenants in housing matters related to eviction, substandard conditions, or discrimination.

Civil Lawyering Process; courses on civil rights, poverty, civil procedure, or professional responsibility topics.

Evidence is a prerequisite and must be taken prior to the fall semester of your 3rd year.

Civil Lawyering Process is a co-requisite, which students are required take in the fall semester. 

B. Posner, K. Sabbeth, E. Wilson

Fall, Spring
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