LAW 896R

Externship: Consumer Rights

2 Unit(s)

This course includes both classroom and field work components held at the Justice & Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San Francisco. In class, students learn how to defend against debt-collection lawsuits. In the field, students engage in a clinical practice with attorney supervision as they advocate for clients sued by creditors. The classes and clinics are held on selected Wednesday evenings and also on the last Saturday of the month. Students earn 2 credits, but those who are certified by the State Bar’s Practical Training of Law Students program may petition instructor for a third credit. This course is offered in Spring and is restricted to part-time students during priority registration. This course counts toward completion of the Experiential Learning Requirement and is graded on a Credit/No Credit basis. Students may enroll directly without additional externship application via GGU4You.