In advance of registration for Fall 2018, here are some frequently offered answers and guidance about these courses. Please contact Professor Baker, Professor Hamilton, or our new Clinical Program Manager, Kellie Kamimoto, for any questions as you make plans for registration next week.
First, be sure to read the last two pages on this official guidance with important details about these classes:
These five clinics are open enrollment, capped at 10, and we will run wait lists for each of them:
Community Justice Clinic (Baker)
Jewish Divorce Mediation Clinic (Nissel) (New!)
Legal Aid Clinic (Stringfellow Otey)
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (Cortez)
Restoration and Justice Clinic (Cooper)
The Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic is closed for registration after accepting its earlier applicants.
See Straus for information about the Investor Advocacy Clinic (Uhl), the Mediation Clinic (Blondell), and the Fair Employment and Mediation Clinic (Blondell).
See Palmer for the Entrepreneurship Clinic (Wu).
These practicum courses are by application. Seats are open for all of them, so if you are interested, register to get on the wait list, then contact Professor Baker immediately for application information. You will need a resume and cover letter addressed to the partner agencies for these courses:
Veterans Law Practicum (Ventura)
Veterans Law Practicum (Los Angeles)
Employment Law Practicum
Health Law Practicum
Immigration Law Clinic
Read everything here:
Follow up with Professor Hamilton and Kellie Kamimoto.