Clinical Programs and Other Practice Oriented Courses
Excellent clinical law offerings are available at the Law School. In clinics, students practice law under the supervision of clinical faculty. Current clinicalopportunities include: housing, child advocacy, environmental protection, criminal defense, domestic violence, poverty law international transactions and human trafficking. Visit the Clinical Programs Web page for more information.
Courses such as Trial Practice, Negotiation, and Alternative Dispute Resolution offer practical skills training in simulated practice settings. In addition, other courses and seminars offer students the opportunity to gain exposure to drafting contracts, pleadings, briefs, and other types of legal writing and alternative methods of dispute resolution.
More specific information can be found in the course description materials available at registration.