Legal Aid Clinic

Course number: LAW 3830

Students who are selected to act as student supervisors at the University Law Centre during the summer and who continue to actively serve the University Law Centre during their third year may, by successfully completing a written assignment approved by a faculty supervisor, opt for the Legal Aid Clinic.

GRADING

 Pass/Fail.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students who are employed at the University Law Centre during the summer and who continue actively to serve the University Law Centre during their third year may, by successfully completing a written assignment on an approved topic, opt for the Legal Aid Clinic.

N.B.: No more than three of the following electives may be selected for credit over the course of the second and third year program of studies: (a) LAW 3210 – Competitions A; (b) LAW 3220 – Competitions B; (c) LAW 3240 – Court of Appeal Clerkship; (d) LAW 3822 – Scholarly Publications; (e) LAW 3830 – Legal Aid Clinic. Students may elect to take more than three of these electives, but no credit will be awarded.

INSTRUCTOR: Michael Walker

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