Reentry Clinical Seminar (LAW-756-002)
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The Re-Entry clinic combines individual representation with seminar discussions around the central theme of mass incarceration. Under direct supervision, clinic students represent individual clients at administrative parole hearings and in court. The clinic students have the opportunity to develop an extensive array of lawyering skills, including interviewing and counseling clients, developing case histories, maintaining case files, investigating cases, and developing effective oral and written advocacy. The classroom component focuses on skills development such as storytelling, problem-solving and developing case theories, and will focus on broader reentry challenges due to race and social inequality in the criminal legal system. Students also work collaboratively with community-based reentry advocates to promote effective reentry strategies.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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