Fall 2017 Course Schedule

Clinic: Criminal Justice Clinic: Defense Seminar (LAW-756-004A)
Binny Miller, Jenny Roberts

Meets: 09:00 AM - 12:15 PM (T) - Yuma - Room Y404

Enrolled: 6 / Limit: 10

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Paper In-class Project(s) Out-of-class Project(s) Class Participation Other (please describe in a few words): Your grade for the seminar is based on your work in the classroom as well as your work in the simulations and other seminar assignments. You are expected to attend and be on time for every class. The participation portion of your grade is based in large part on demonstrating an understanding of the required readings through your reflective participation in the seminar. Your seminar grade is also based on your work with in-class exercises, seminar-related writing assignments, and oral presentations. This includes the preparation for, execution of, and reflection about the various simulations. Finally, each team will be responsible for organizing one or more case rounds sessions around a client’s case. Evaluation for this part of the seminar is based on the degree to which you provide fellow students with necessary background information in advance of the session, as well as the preparation for and organization of the actual rounds.


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First Class Readings

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