Civil Lawyering Process

Law 233



Writing Experience (WE)



Civil Lawyering Process is a seminar designed to supplement the live-client component of the Civil Clinic. The seminar introduces civil litigation skills, civil procedure, substantive law, legal ethics, and the social context of our clients' legal problems. We pay particular attention to the lawyer-client relationship and development of the lawyer's professional identity. The course offers a forum for students to practice their lawyering skills and reflect on their lawyering experiences. 

Please check Sakai for the readings and other assignments for your first day/week of class and any other information your professor may have posted.

Evidence is a prerequisite.

 The Civil Clinic and Civil Lawyering Process must be taken concurrently in the fall semester.

K. Sabbeth, E. Wilson

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