Women's Employment Rights Clinic
Students represent low-income clients with employment-related problems in areas including unpaid wages, discrimination and harassment, pregnancy disability, family and medical leave, and unemployment benefits. The clinic operates as a law office, with students practicing under direct faculty supervision. Clinic students must simultaneously enroll in the Women’s Employment Rights Seminar (LAW-885S). This course counts toward completion of the Experiential Learning Requirement. Prerequisites: All first-year courses. Prerequisite: All first-year courses. Corequisite: Evidence. Consent of the instructor is required for Clinic enrollment. Corequisite: Evidence. Consent of the instructor is required for Clinic enrollment.