Course ID: 207446

Overview

Students in this course are placed with a professional or agency in the family and children's law field. Some of the placements will require the students to do some research, document drafting or client interviewing, but the primary focus is on learning from observation, review of files, reflection with the placement supervision, and class discussion. There is no scheduled class time, but there will be several class meetings arranged at times that do not conflict with any student's schedule. Students are required to keep a course log and write a short reflective piece. The placements include: Children's Aid Society, Family Court Judges, Victim Witness Program and Family Law Lawyers (6).

Please see the Special Applications Page for additional information about enrollment.

Components: Seminar

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Degree Requirement Fulfilled: Practice Skills

Prerequisite: LAW 520