Family Law Clinic is a law office within the law school. The course integrates the theory and practice of law. It begins with an intensive three-day orientation before the semester begins. In the classroom, students develop theoretical models of the lawyering process, while also representing real clients under the supervision of clinic faculty. The cases involved divorce, delinquency, dependency, education and mental health issues. Outside of the classroom, students meet with clients, and represent them in hearings of various types ranging from administrative hearings to judicial proceedings.
This is an elective course.
|Civil Procedure I||LAW 6230||2 credit hour(s)|
|Civil Procedure II||LAW 6327||3 credit hour(s)|
|Evidence||LAW 6319||3 credit hour(s)|
|Legal Profession||LAW 6221||2 credit hour(s)|
|Criminal Procedure Pretrial Process||LAW 6301||3 credit hour(s)|
- Designated Requirements
- Experiential Learning