Unemployment Insurance Clinic II
This graded, four credit course allows students who excelled in the Unemployment Insurance Clinic I to move beyond administrative hearings to more complex oral and written advocacy. UIC II students work on unemployment insurance appeals and impact projects and also provide peer support to first year students taking UIC I. Examples of possible impact projects include organizing and writing amicus briefs on cases with important UI policy implications, work on complex federal litigation, and work on state UI policy issues. UIC II students are assigned multiple appeals and/or impact projects each term in addition to peer support of several UIC I student teams. Students are enrolled by invitation only after having expressed interest to the UIC professor.
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