803 Criminal Defense Clinic (4)

An in-depth discussion of legal theory as well as practical experience representing clients charged with criminal misconduct. Students are expected to devote a significant number of hours each week to the practice experience, as determined by the faculty member responsible for each clinical offering. Additionally, students participate in a classroom component taught by members of the faculty in conjunction with the supervising attorneys under whom the students are working in the field.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Lawyering Skills (720) and Professional Responsibility (735)
Recommended: Trial Advocacy (725)

This elective course is normally offered every year.