International Human Rights Clinic
J.D. students are required to have instruction in the Model Rules of Professional Conduct prior to participating in a clinic or an externship (see Clinics Enrollment Policy). The following courses fulfill this prerequisite:
Ethics in Civil Litigation (LAW 239)
Law of Lawyering: Ethics of Social Justice Representation (LAW 237)
Criminal Justice Ethics (LAW 317)
The Law of Lawyering (LAW 238)
Ethics in Action (LAW 539)
J.D. students are also required to have taken either International Law or International Human Rights Law or International Human Rights Advocacy.
These prerequisites do not apply to LL.M. students. Instructor permission is required for enrollment of LL.M. students.
Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.
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