The Economic Justice Institute is recruiting student applicants for its summer 2011-2012 civil clinical projects: the Family Court Assistance Project (FCAP), the Domestic Violence Immigration Clinic (DVIC), the Neighborhood Law Project (NLP), and the Consumer Law Clinic (CLC). An information session will be held for all interested students on Tuesday, November 9, from 4:30-5:30 in Room 2225. EJI'S supervising attorneys from each of the programs will be available to answer questions about the programs, explain the application process, and distribute application forms.
The clinical projects provide full-time summer clinical opportunities for about 25 law students. Students in all of the projects will enroll full-time during the 2011 summer session, and continue part-time during the 2011-12 academic year.
Students are accepted into the clinics through a competitive application process. Written applications are due November 24, 2010. The Center's clinical faculty will review the applications and notify students, prior to the winter break, whether they have been accepted into one of the clinics. Specifics of the application process will be provided during the question and answer session.
Submitted by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs on October 28, 2010
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