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Lawyering Process Summer Clinic - 2231

Lawyering Process Summer Clinic
Class Term:
Fall Term 2022-2023
Catalog Number:
5417
Professor(s):

Professor

Type:
Clinic
Credits:
2 (0 Contact, 0 Field)
Graduation Requirements:
Experiential Learning
Priority:
General Enrollment Course
Full Year Course:
No
Category:
Standard Courses

Description

Students will be able to gain live client experience in performing an ensemble of essential lawyering skills, including: interviewing, counseling, negotiation, document/pleading drafting, and representation before the Court of Common Pleas. Modeling, training and supervision will be provided by experienced staff attorneys at the field-based setting in Washington and the Professor in a one-hour weekly group review meeting at the law school/online through Lync. Family law – Protection from Abuse, custody, divorce, child dependency – will be the principal area of practice, with students provided preparatory substantive instruction/materials by staff attorneys and Professor. Family Law is not a required prerequisite. Scheduling of clinical hours will be adjusted to accommodate each student’s other work commitments. Transportation costs associated with travel to/from the office will be reimbursed.

Lawyering Process Summer Clinic