Clinic: International Human Right Advanc Immigration and Solitary Confinement (JD-174ADV)
Students will work on one or more cases or projects related to the protection of international human rights, often as a senior member of the Clinic. Students will engage in various aspects of case planning and project development, again depending on the nature of the case or project. Thus, student work may include fact investigation, legal and factual research, client interviewing and counseling, legal writing, oral advocacy, or other relevant work. Students may also play a role in case or project selection, and case and project strategy. Students work under the ultimate supervision of the Director of the International Human Rights Clinic or other clinical faculty. Course evaluation is based on each student's overall work product, as compiled in an end-of-semester portfolio. Clinic Director Approval is required prior to enrollment in the course.

Course Name: JD-174ADV
Departments: Juris Doctor
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Prerequisites: Must have already taken basic International Human Rights clinic, before taking this advanced course. To register, complete Common Clinic Application found on WebAdvisor Quick Links.
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