An introduction of fundamental concepts for a reflective, critical approach to clinical law practice.
This module introduces students to some basic forms of systemic advocacy, including examples and additional reading materials.
An entire criminal trial with commentary and practice tips by a Judge, Crown counsel and defence counsel.
Learn about how legal clinics conduct initial telephone intakes, including: checking for conflicts of interest and ascertaining whether a client is eligible for legal services.
Follow a typical client interview including relationship building, fact gathering, and problem analysis.
This course includes materials on writing in a clinical law context, including professional correspondence.
These materials explore how culture impacts clients' experiences of the law, lawyers, and legal systems.