LAW 767A

Comparative Racial & Social Justice Law

2 Unit(s)

This course is designed to expose students to a variety of legal skills most useful for social justice and public interest advocacy. Students focus on public interest lawyering through a close analysis of case studies and discussion of recurring issues in public interest practice. The students address questions of how public interest problems are framed; how clients, lawyers, and their allies think about problem-solving strategies; and how public interest lawyers use different modes of advocacy to address problems.