LAW-2117 Public Interest Law Seminar

Prof. David C. Yamada,

2 credits day; 2 credits evening.


The course grade will be based on written work, class participation, and a final paper.


The course will consider the different venues in which public interest work can be done (non-profit, governmental, and private sector settings), the different types of public interest work (litigation, transactional, public policy), and public interest career development issues facing law students and lawyers. Students will complete a variety of written exercises and a final paper.


pointer    Enrollment is limited: 20 

pointer    Elective Course

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pointer    Final Paper Required


<<Course Updated: March 14, 2016>>