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The course will cover legal issues related to Aboriginal peoples in both the criminal justice system and the family law systems.
This seminar-based course includes a focus on the legal dynamics of police/civilian encounters through student-led review of the law surrounding detention, arrest, search and seizure and, as time permits, other current and timely matters.
The primary focus of the Clinical Criminal Law course is the development of skills required by a practitioner in criminal law. These skills include: interviewing, counselling, negotiation and advocacy skills such as direct and cross-examination and argument.
The purpose of this course is the development of skills required to effectively practice criminal law. Students will be required to attend class and to participate in simulated exercises. Particular emphasis will be given to procedure and practical resolution of criminal law cases.
This course is intended to replace the currently-offered course “Clinical Criminal Law”. The purpose of the course is to provide students with a more fulsome and comprehensive criminal law practice experience. The course aims to provide students with the necessary practice skills and to develop student interest in the practice of criminal law. Students will work at the University of Manitoba Community Legal Clinic, a legal aid clinic, which is housed in the lower level of Robson Hall.