Section Description Provided by Instructor
Enrollment requires satisfactory completion of Challenging the Consequences of Mass Incarceration Clinic (L9203) and permission of instructor. Major or minor writing credit available.
For students who have completed their semester in the Challenging the Consequences of Mass Incarceration Clinic, the Advanced Federal Prison Litigation Clinical Seminar provides the opportunity to make a more substantial commitment to the work of the clinic and take on a greater range of responsibilities. Students in the Advanced Clinic will continue their client casework, take on additional cases, and deepen their engagement with the relevant substantive issues. Students will engage in structured reflection and consultation with each other about their cases; review and provide feedback on drafts of written submissions; discuss possible strategic and ethical choices that must be made on cases; and “moot” each other to prepare for upcoming court appearances. In addition, students will be responsible for selecting substantive issues for more focused examination than is possible in the semester-long clinic. Students will develop a set of readings and questions and will structure and facilitate group discussions of these topics. Instruction and class discussions will occur in regularly scheduled meetings between groups of students and the instructor.
F 6:00 pm-7:50 pm
Method of Evaluation
J.D. Writing Credit
Minor (upon consultation), Major (only upon consultation)
LLM Writing Project
(only upon consultation)
Challenging the Consequences of Mass Incarceration Clinic
Evidence and Trial Practice
Admission to the course requires instructor permission.