Spring 2017 Course Schedule

Human Rights Fieldwork Supervision (Instructor Permission Required) (LAW-712A-001)
Ali Beydoun

Meets: 06:00 PM - 07:50 PM (M) - Room N103

Enrolled: 7 / Limit: 10

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Notices

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Description

UNROW’s story began in 2000 when five Texas trial lawyers—Walter Umphrey, Harold Nix, Wayne Reaud, John O’Quinn, and John Eddie Williams (UNROW). Over the past 17 years, that gift has supported student involvement in human rights litigation through participation in the UNROW Human Rights Impact Litigation Clinic. Students in the UNROW Clinic gain invaluable practical experience. This year, students wrote complaints in two very different cases, communicated with opposing counsel, researched and filed discovery requests, responded to motions, and began preparing their own motions for summary judgment. Work in the UNROW Clinic provides students with practical lawyering skills that truly set them apart.

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