Advanced Educational Opportunity and Juvenile Justice Clinic (30111). 4 units, graded or credit/fail, at student option. Open only to students who have completed the Educational Opportunity and Juvenile Justice Clinic and were enrolled in the Advanced EOJJ Clinic in Fall 2016. Enrollment limited. Permission of the instructors required. M. Gohara and E. Shaffer.
Note: The instructors will coordinate a weekly meeting time once students have their schedules set.
Course Bidding: Continuing students should use their lowest priority among experiential course selections. No new students will be accepted for the spring term.
Note: Students may not be enrolled in a LSO clinic and any of the following non-LSO clinics in the same semester, whether as a student director, fieldwork-only returning student, continuing student, or otherwise: Education Adequacy Project, Legal Assistance; Prosecution Externship.