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For a full discussion of this course and the curriculum see the following course listing: Immigrant Women Law and Policy LAW-795T-001.
Students enrolled in the Immigrant Women Law and Policy Seminar LAW-795T-001 are required to also enroll in this course LAW-795T-001B. Students may take this course for 1, 2, or 3 credits. Students will be assigned a NIWAP project for the semester that is designed to match the number of credit hours chosen by the student. Students will be required to work at NIWAP for the following numbers of hours per week – 10 hours (1 credit); 15 hours (2 credits) or 20 hours (3 credits). These hours will include the student’s work on their NIWAP project and their work providing national technical assistance to attorneys and advocates on issues of importance for immigrant survivors. Work at Each student participating in the seminar with earn a total of 3, 4 or 5 graded course credits with 2 credits for class work and the remaining 1, 2 or 3 credits for work on a NIWAP project. This is the NIWAP project portion of the course. Both the seminar and the credits students received for their NIWAP project and work will be graded.
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