Quick facts for prospective CAC applicants:
- The Civil Advocacy Clinic is a one-semester clinic. The day section of the CAC is offered in the fall and spring; the evening section is offered in the fall only.
- Students in the day section receive seven credits per semester: three for the seminar portion and four for case work.
- Students in the evening section receive five credits per semester: two for the seminar portion and three for case work.
- CAC is open to JD candidates who will be full time second and third year JD students or part time third and fourth year JD students in the fall of 2018.
- Evidence is a co-requisite (not a pre-requisite) for CAC.
- CAC has a mandatory orientation, usually on the Friday during the first week of each semester.
- For more information about the application process, the Clinical Program's conflicts policy, enrollment options and pre- and co-requisites for the various clinics, review the information under "Applying to Clinic" on the main clinic website.