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Civil Clinic – Juvenile

Course Number: LAW 6940 Credits: 6

Prerequisites:

  • Interviewing, Counseling, & Negotiation(LAW 6388)
  • Interviewing and Counseling for Civil Clinics(LAW 6930)

Certified Legal Interns, students advocate for children in various types of proceedings, primarily in delinquency, dependency, administrative, and educational matters. As part of their training, students receive instruction in trial advocacy, professionalism, interdiscplinary collaboration and basic motion drafting. Students also work with the in-house social worker in developing holistic approaches, focused on resolving each child’s problem.  Clinic Requirements.