Credits: 3 credits
Students gain practical skills in community lawyering such as client interviewing, strategic litigation, legal research, and ethical issues. They have the opportunity to examine and to be exposed to access to justice issues in context and specific areas of practice such as residential tenancy law, public legal education and law reform in British Columbia. This course shall be a pre-requisite for participation in the Legal Information Service and clinical legal education programs at TRU Faculty of Law.
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