- Continue to develop skills of client-communication, problem-solving, drafting, collaboration and self-critique.
- Continue to make progress on personal goals.
- Build expertise in one or more areas of the Clinic's practice.
Section 001, Fall 2018
2-4 credits; graded Credit-Fail
For students who have completed their semester in the Community Enterprise Clinic, the Advanced Community Enterprise Clinic provides the opportunity to make a more substantial commitment to the work of the Clinic. Students in the Advanced Clinic will continue their client casework, take on additional cases, and deepen their engagement with the relevant substantive issues. Students will engage in structured reflection and consultation with the professor and with each other about their cases. This will include feedback on drafts of documents prepared for clients; discussion of strategic and ethical choices that must be made on cases; and opportunities to moot presentations to a client's governing board or membership or to participants in community legal education workshops. Students may also have the opportunity to work on policy issues related to non-profits and social enterprises.
Method of Evaluation
J.D. Writing Credit
Minor (upon consultation), Major (only upon consultation)
Enrollment requires satisfactory completion of Community Enterprise Clinic (L9132) and permission of instructor.