†Capital Punishment Clinic (30161). 6 units (3 fall, 3 spring), credit/fail, with the option of graded credit. Students who have taken the clinic in the fall term will continue to work with attorneys in representing people facing the death penalty. Two additional students may be admitted upon application as described below. Enrollment limited to six. Permission of the instructor required. S.B. Bright, A. Parrent, and Sia Sanneh.
Course Bidding Information: If you are a new student who wishes to apply, you should list this course among experiential course selections. In addition, you should describe briefly why you would like to take the clinic; whether you will have sufficient time to devote to the clinic; past work experience (including summer work between years of law school); and what you expect or would like to do upon graduation. Include the paper or project you completed for the Capital Punishment: Race, Poverty, Disadvantage class or some other example of your legal analysis and writing. Statements must be sent directly to Professor Bright (firstname.lastname@example.org) by December 10, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.
Students continuing from the fall term should list this clinic among their experiential course selections; list the course as the lowest bid among these selections.