Environmental Law Centre Clinic
Units: 1.0-2.0, Hours: 3-0
An opportunity to study the theory and engage in the practice of public interest environmental lawyering in a supervised clinical setting. Students enrolled in the Clinic provide legal information and assistance to environmental NGOs, community groups and First Nations. They also develop public interest lawyering skills including advocacy through media, client counselling, and case development and management. The class meets for a weekly seminar to discuss ongoing projects and related readings, and to exercise skills. At the end of term, every student will submit for evaluation a major written product prepared for a designated clinic client.
Note: May be taken twice for credit to a maximum of 4 units with the approval of the Associate Dean.
Grading: COM, N, F
Undergraduate course in Law offered by the Faculty of Law.