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Asylum & Refugee Law (LAW-656-001)
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The central goal of this course is to prepare you to represent an asylum seeker in the United States. Toward this end, the course aims to: (1) give you a substantive basis in the law and the tools you need to answer questions of law that arise in your future practice; (2) orient you in the relevant procedures and highlight the skills you will need in order to meaningfully engage with clients seeking asylum; and (3) introduce you to issues in law and policy that your generation of lawyers must struggle with, and hopefully resolve.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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