Fall 2019 • Law 768 • Credits: 3
Participants represent victims of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault in obtaining restraining orders and related relief. Students perform the necessary interviewing, investigation, research, case strategy development, drafting, and trial preparation for their clients. Students participate in contested hearings. Recommended: Domestic Violence Seminar, Family Law, Evidence, and Trial Practice Laboratory.
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