Open to: 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th semester students. Foreign language ability is helpful but not required. It is not possible to concurrently enroll in the same semester in both this course and another live-client clinic, legal or judicial externship, or the Startup Legal Garage.
6 units: 2 unit non-GPA graded class component and 4 unit fieldwork component, graded pass-fail.
Requirements for Course: Immigration Law. Refugee Law helpful but not required.
Classroom Component: Operates in a seminar manner, focusing on case strategy and analysis, skills and the representation of clients.
Fieldwork Component: Students work primarily with local immigrants' rights projects involving law reform or litigation. Students directly engage in client interviewing and counseling, case planning and legal writing, and preparation of clients for hearings before immigration judges or immigration examiners. Students work directly under the supervision of Professor Boswell and field placement supervisor.
To enroll: This course will be offered in Fall 2017. Apply using the Common Clinic Application.
Please send questions to Professor Boswell at firstname.lastname@example.org.