Credits: 3 credits
Students work in a Community Legal Clinic administered by the TRU Faculty of Law. Students develop and practice lawyering skills including: client interviewing and counseling; file management; legal research; the preparation of legal documents, letters and memoranda; representing clients in administrative law hearings and provincial court trials and public education and law reform. Students work with real clients to develop these skills and are exposed to access to justice issues in context and specific areas of practice. Students handle legal matters for individual clients, depending on the complexity and duration of the case.
Prerequisite: LAWF 3410 and consent of the Faculty
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