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295.4K sec. 001 - Advanced Veterans Law Practicum (Spring 2023)
Instructor: Rose Carmen Goldberg (view instructor's teaching evaluations - degree students only)
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Grading Designation: Credit Only
Mode of Instruction: In-Person
Course End: April 28, 2023
Enroll Limit: 4
As of: 08/24 11:03 PM
The U.S. military is at the center of some of the most important social justice issues of our time: sexual assault, racism, and discrimination against LGBTQ individuals. In the Veterans Law Practicum and Seminar (VLP), students will learn about the impact of these and other issues on affected servicemembers and veterans, as well as about legal remedies. More information about VLP is available here: https://www.law.berkeley.edu/experiential/veterans-law-practicum/.
In Spring 2023, the Advanced Practicum students will continue their policy advocacy efforts on behalf of veterans deported consequent to criminal convictions that often stem from service-connected mental health conditions. According to best estimates, hundreds of veterans have been deported to Mexico alone, with many others in Jamaica, various countries in Africa, and elsewhere across the globe.
Enrollment in the Spring 2023 Advanced Veterans Law Practicum is limited to students who participated in the Veterans Law Seminar and Practicum (intro or advanced) in Fall 2022.
*All students enrolled in this course must also enroll in the co-requisite course Advanced Veterans Law Seminar.
Students interested in learning more about the Veterans Law Practicum and Seminar can contact Prof. Rose Carmen Goldberg (email@example.com).
Rose Carmen Goldberg founded a Medical-Legal Partnership for veterans who were unlawfully kicked out of the military consequent to sexual assault, PTSD, and racism. She started the partnership as a Skadden Fellow. Currently, Rose works at the Office of the California Attorney General. She practices impact litigation and policy advocacy, with a focus on veterans, individuals with disabilities, student loans, and ghost guns. Rose has written about veterans issues and sexual assault in numerous outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, and The Hill. Her advocacy has been recognized with awards, including the California Women Lawyers’ Fay Stender Award for humanity and commitment to the underrepresented. Rose’s work background includes health policy at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, a stint at the White House working on Native American Affairs, and a fellowship in the U.S. Senate. Rose has a J.D. from Yale Law School and an M.P.A. from Columbia University.
Exam Notes: (None) Class requires a series of papers, assignments, or presentations throughout the semester
Course Category: Social Justice and Public Interest
This course is listed in the following sub-categories:
Race and Law
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