Clinic Summary

Below is a chart summarizing helpful information about the Law School’s various clinics. This is a summary only, and students must refer to the course description for each clinic for complete information. In the event of any conflict or inconsistency between this summary chart and the course description, the course description will control. Students are also encouraged to contact the clinical faculty with questions about the clinics or recommended courses.

Clinic

Standard # of Credits/Quarter

# of Quarters

Prerequisite

Corequisite

Recommended not Required Courses

Year

Civil Rights Clinic: Police Accountability

1

varies

 

Must complete prior to 3L year: Evidence,
Criminal Procedure I, Intensive Trial Practice Workshop

Constitutional  Law III

2,3

Corporate Lab Transactional

3

3

   

Contracts & Commercial Transactions

2,3, LLM

Criminal & Juvenile Justice Project

1

varies

   

Evidence, Criminal Procedure I, Juvenile Justice and Intensive Trial Practice Workshop

2,3

Employment Law

1

varies

Evidence (for 3Ls)

 

Employment Discrimination,  Intensive Trial Practice Workshop or Trial Advocacy

2,3

Environmental Law

1 or 2

varies

   

Environmental Law

2,3

Exoneration Project

1

varies

Evidence, Intensive Trial Practice
Workshop

 

Criminal Procedure I, Criminal Procedure II

2,3

Federal Criminal Justice

2

3

 

Federal Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Criminal Procedure I

Federal Sentencing, Intensive Trial Practice Workshop

3

Gendered Violence & Law

3 or 4

2 (Win/Spr)

     

2,3

Housing Initiative

1

varies

     

2,3

Institute for Justice on Entrepreneurship

1

minimum

of 2

 

Entrepreneurship and the Law or instructor permission

 

2,3

International Human Rights

2

3

 

International Human Rights Lawyering
Skills

International Human Rights Law

2,3

Mental Health Advocacy

1

varies

   

Law and the Mental Health System

2,3

Post Incarceration Re-Entry

1

varies

     

2,3

Poverty & Housing Law

3 or 4

2 (Win/Spr)

     

2,3

Prosecution & Defense

3 or 4

2 (Win/Spr)

 

Student is responsible for ar