The seminar examines the uses of litigation to effectuate social change in conjunction with other methodologies such as grassroots organizing, public education and legislative lobbying. Students will undertake exercises designed to simulate actual case settings involving large scale social problems. Because there will be some overlap with the nature of coursework in the public interest litigation seminar, students should elect one course or the other. Recommended for 2l's and 3l's.
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