This course is a continuation of the Consumer Protection Clinical course. Students who have successfully completed the Consumer Protection Clinic may apply for a second semester in the clinic, with faculty approval and contingent on the availability of space. During the advanced clinic semester, students continue to represent individuals in matters related to consumer protection law, including consumer debt, foreclosure, landlord/tenant issues, and predatory lending. Students will gain a deeper understanding of substantive law, while continuing to gain real life litigation and advocacy experience. Advanced clinic students are not required to take the seminar component of the course again, but are expected to attend a weekly case status meeting. This course is two credits and requires at least 85 hours of casework.
This is an elective course.
|Consumer Protection Clinic||LAWB 6301||4 credit hour(s)|