Mar 04, 2024  
2021-2022 Law Bulletin 
    
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LAW 7006E - Access to Justice: Law Reform.


2 to 3 Credit Hours

Description
This is an elective course. In this course, co-taught by Professors Lauren Sudeall and Darcy Meals, students will learn about how lower-income litigants navigate the legal system. Through court observation, guest speakers, and weekly readings, students will explore an access to justice problem-an aspect of the system that is broken-and work in teams to develop a discrete reform to address the problem. Enrollment is limited, and students must obtain permission from the instructor(s) prior to registering.

Notes: * Note that this was previously a year-long course but has been adapted to be a single semester.



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