Fall 2017 • LAW 610 • Credits: 2
Instructor: John Bonine
This seminar will help law students go from doctrine and theory to actual law practice _ particularly alone or in a small office dedicated to environmental law. We?ll discuss the nuts and bolts of client management, electronic filing, billing, attorney fee awards, basic discovery, motion practice, trust accounts, retainer agreements, growing your practice, using the press, loan repayment. Each seminar will involve lawyers from the local public interest bar.
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