Public Interest Lawyering Lab |

This course will give students an opportunity to work on cutting edge constitutional, animal, and death penalty law issues. The class will be structured such that each student is essentially a junior associate in a high profile, high stakes case. Professor Marceau will oversee the litigation and in conjunction with non-profits and clients, argue the cases. The students will have a unique opportunity to interact with clients and work on cases. The exact work to be done depends on the status of the litigation in a variety of cases, but likely work will include briefing, oral argument preparation, discovery litigation and client counselling. The exact topics will also vary. Students interested in the course should contact Professor Marceau,

Prerequisites: N/A
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course meets the Upper Level Writing Requirement

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