Units: 3.0-7.5, Hours: 6-0
Clinical legal education is predicated upon the assumption of a recognized role within the legal system by the law student. The experience gained from the participation in the role becomes the focus for reflection and examinations of substantive legal rules, procedural and strategical positions, and introspective critical analysis of the role of the lawyer in the legal process. This requires a carefully supervised program with manifold opportunities for one to one instructor student supervision and regular group sessions. Programs envisaged would take place in a community law office.
350A- (3.0-7.5) Community Law-Legal Aid Clinic
Note: Only part-time students may enrol for less than 7.5 units. Part-time students are required to consult with the professor before registering for LAW 350 in order to make necessary accommodation arrangements.
Grading: COM, N, F
Undergraduate course in Law offered by the Faculty of Law.