Fall 2017 • Law 707 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Elliott Farren
Under the supervision of an attorney, students provide assistance to low-income people eligible for legal services from the Lane County Legal Aid Office. Students perform the necessary interviewing, investigation, research, case strategy development, drafting, and trial preparation work for their clients. Clinic members occasionally handle court or administrative hearings.
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