Legal and Social Justice Skills for Social Workers
Focuses on the development of legal skills in an anti-oppressive framework. Emphasizes a critical analysis of the skills necessary to practice in statutory settings such as child welfare, and may include dispute resolution, advocacy, mediation, investigation, evidence-giving and report writing.
- Credit will be granted for only one of SOCW 350B, SOCW 350, CYC 350B.
- Students not majoring in Social Work but in their third- or fourth year may request permission to register in the course.
- SOCW 350A; and
- admission to Bachelor of Social Work program; or
- permission of the school.