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USD School of Law Students to Argue Ninth Circuit Appeals
For the first time, University of San Diego School of Law will offer a select few students the opportunity to brief and argue Ninth Circuit appeals. Students admitted to the Appellate Clinic this year will represent indigent immigrants in two cases.
The year-long clinic immerses students into the appellate litigation process from start to finish—from writing opening briefs to participating in oral arguments. Complementary interactive classroom sessions provide students instruction, simulations and other skill-building activities relevant to the cases.
Appeals will be litigated under the supervision of Professors Katherine Mayer Mangan, a former Ninth Circuit clerk and current appellate attorney, and Michael Devitt, who teaches appellate advocacy and oversees the McLennon Honors Moot Court competition at
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