Civil Litigation Clinic & Seminar | L4805/L4806

Clinic: The Civil Litigation Clinic students represent low-income clients in a variety of civil disputes. The clinic permits students to participate in the selection of cases and problems they work on. Students have represented clients in areas involving wage and hour claims, housing discrimination, eviction defense and domestic violence protection orders. Additionally, the Civil Litigation Clinic requires some form of community outreach project enabling the student to learn about the client populations they serve. Students will earn 3 out of class for this course and 3 in class credits through the corequisite course L4806, Civil Litigation Clinic Seminar.

Seminar: The Civil Litigation Clinic students represent low-income clients in a variety of civil disputes. The clinic permits students to participate in the selection of cases and problems they work on. Students have represented clients in areas involving wage and hour claims, housing discrimination, eviction defense and domestic violence protection orders. Additionally, the Civil Litigation Clinic requires some form of community outreach project enabling the student to learn about the client populations they serve. Students will earn 3 in class credits for this course and 3 out of class through the corequisite course L4805, Civil Litigation Clinic.

Prerequisites: None
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This class may meet the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)


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