The Immigrant Justice Clinic is a three-credit, one-semester course (offered in the Spring semester only) in which students have the opportunity to learn multiple dimensions of lawyering by engaging in direct client representation under faculty supervision. Students will represent clinic clients in an affirmative application to the Department of Homeland Security. This is not a litigation clinic.
Prerequisite: First-year day courses; Professional Responsibility
Co- or Prerequisite: Immigration Law
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The Immigrant Justice Clinic selects all of its students under the lottery system.