LAW 7675: CL: Child Advocacy and Juvenile Justice

3-4 Credits

The Child Advocacy and Juvenile Justice Clinic (the 'CAC') is a full academic year, seven-credit program beginning in the fall semester in which students represent indigent clients in juvenile delinquency and child welfare matters before the Hennepin County Juvenile Court and custody cases before the Hennepin County Family Court. Students have previously been actively involved in two cutting edge areas of the law: they have represented adults seeking custody of unaccompanied immigrant minors under the Special Immigrant Justice Status federal statute, and they have represented inmates serving life without parole (LWOP) in Minnesota prisons for offenses they committed as juveniles. In connection with their LWOP cases, students have represented clients in extensive proceedings before state and federal courts, including the District of Minnesota and the Eighth Circuit.

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A Average (3.861)Most Common: A (42%)

This total also includes data from semesters with unknown instructors.

24 students
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