Important Information for 2015-2016 Academic Year | Enrollment Options and Credits |Pre- and Co-Requisites | Conflicts Policy | Frequently Asked Questions

Pre/Co-requisites


All clinics require that applicants have successfully completed the required first-year curriculum. Part-time students who have successfully completed the required second-year curriculum are eligible to apply, but may be required to satisfy additional criteria for a specific clinic.
Civil Advocacy Clinic (formerly known as the General Practice Clinic)
   
   
  • Evidence is a co-requisite if not already completed by the applicant.
  • Preference will be given to students who have completed Evidence before enrolling in clinic.

Community & Economic Development Law Clinic
   
    ONE of the following courses is a co-requisite in either semester for students who have not yet taken either course: Business Associations OR Law of Nonprofit Organizations.

Criminal Justice Clinic
   
   

The following courses are pre-requisites:

  • Criminal Procedure
  • Evidence*

    *Note: Students participating in CJC during their 3rd year of law school must have completed Criminal Procedure and Evidence before the Fall semester of the third year. Students participating in CJC during the 2nd year of law school must have completed Criminal Procedure before the Spring semester of the second year and Evidence either before or during the Spring semester of the second year.


D.C. Law Students in Court
   
    Evidence is preferred, but not required.

Disability Rights Law Clinic
   
   

Evidence is a co-requisite in the fall semester if not already completed by the applicant.

Law and Disability is recommended, but not required.


Domestic Violence Clinic
   
    Evidence is a pre-requisite.


Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic
   
   

The following are co-requisites in either semester if not already completed by the applicant:

  • Evidence
  • Any Intellectual Property course

     


Immigrant Justice Clinic
   
   
  • Evidence is a co-requisite in either semester if not already completed by the applicant.
  • Any immigration law or asylum law course is a co-requisite in the fall semester if not already completed by the applicant.

International Human Rights Law Clinic
   
   

The following are co-requisites in either semester if not already completed by the applicant:

  • Evidence
  • Any human rights, international law, immigration law or asylum law course

Janet R. Spragens Federal Tax Clinic
   
    Federal Personal Income Taxation is a pre-requisite.

Women & the Law Clinic
   
    Evidence is a highly recommended course in either semester if not already completed by the applicant.