Course Homepage: AIDS/HIV and Cancer Legal Assistance Project


Spring 2008

AIDS Legal Assistance Project
Carolyn McAllaster/Allison Rice
Wednesdays, 1:00 - 2:50 p.m.
Room 4044

This page provides an access point to Clinic forms and documents, most materials that are in the clinic notebook, as well as links to important resources on the web. To access materials, please click on one of the links on the right. General information about the Aids Legal Project appears on the Project's website.

Assignment for First Class: A memo and materials to be read for the first class will be placed in your mail folder. (Some of those materials can also be accessed via the readings page )

Attendance at First Class: All students, including those on the wait list, must attend the first class. Students who miss the first class will be replaced by a waiting list student, unless the absence is approved in advance by the instructors. THERE IS A WAITING LIST, SO IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING DROPPING, PLEASE TALK TO ONE OF THE INSTRUCTORS ASAP.

Mandatory Clinic Intensive There will be a mandatory, all-day training program on Saturday, January 26, from 8:45 until 4:30 p.m. Please reserve the day. If you have any problems with this, please speak with one of the instructors immediately.

Office Hours: 6 hours per week to be scheduled

Class E-mail List:   You will automatically be subscribed to the class e-mail list if you are enrolled as of the beginning of the semester. If you drop the course, please unsubscribe from the list. If you add the course, please subscribe ASAP.

Clinic Web Materials:

  • Related sites will bring you to relevant links, including medical and Social Security resources.
  • Course documents will allow you to access most of the materials in the Clinic notebook, and all commonly-used Clinic documents and forms. (To access course documents, you'll be asked to enter a user name and password, which will be given out in class.) These documents are also available on the Clinic office computer.
  • Readings lists class readings. We've included links to many of the readings.