283H sec. 1 - International Human Rights Law Clinic Seminar (Fall 2014)
Instructor: Allison Davenport (view instructor's profile)
Instructor: Laurel E. Fletcher (view instructor's teaching evaluations | profile)
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Meeting Time: W 3:35-5:25
Meeting Location: 141
Course Start: August 27, 2014
This seminar functions as the companion course for the International Human Rights Law Clinic. It provides training on substantive human rights norms, exposes students to the various types of human rights work (monitoring, litigation, policy, legislation, research, etc.), encourages student to think critically about the goals and trade-offs of human rights methodologies in the context of strengths and limitations of the human rights movement, offers a structured context in which to reflect on the lawyering process, and provides students with the opportunity through student-led class sessions to present aspects of casework for group feedback and discussion (e.g. ethical problems, presentations, written advocacy, etc.).
Enrollment in the Clinic (4 units per semester) and Seminar (2 units) is by permission. Because of project demands, Clinic students may not enroll concurrently in another clinic or field placement. Prior or concurrent enrollment in an international law course (e.g. International Law, International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law) is recommended but not required.
This course satisfies the Experiential Requirement.
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