LAWS 294 - Civil Justice Clinic P
 
(2 cr.) Students represent low-income clients in a variety of civil matters in superior and probate courts and before administrative bodies and school officials. Typically, students in the Civil Clinic can expect to represent clients in employment, housing, family, education, and health matters, and also engage in legislative and administrative advocacy. Automatic short paper credit; one or two class meetings per week. Evening Civil Clinic Students represent low-income clients in a variety of civil matters in superior and probate courts and before administrative bodies and school officials. Typically, students in the Evening Civil Clinic can expect to represent clients in employment, housing, family, education, and health matters, and also engage in legislative and administrative advocacy. Students are required to reserve at least one two-hour block of time per week for class and supervision sessions. Students are also required to reserve at least one four-hour block of time per semester for daytime client representation; adequate notice will be provided to students. Automatic short paper credit.
 
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