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Summer 2014 LLM in International Law Class Descriptions

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Immigration Clinic I & II (Sandra M. Wagner, Peggy A. Kane)
LWVL530

1-4 credit(s), H/P/L/F Graded
Requirement: Skills
Concentration(s): LLM in International Law (LLMI)

Students gain practical experience through interviewing, counseling, and representing clients with immigration-related problems. Students complete forms and draft documents on behalf of clients. Students also attend and/or participate at hearings at Immigration Court. Weekly meetings are held with the clinic supervisor to discuss immigration law, practical application and casework. The clinic is graded on a 4-tier Pass-Fail basis. No Prerequisites.

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