Dear law students,
Are you concerned about what is going on in the world?
Do you feel the time has come to become part of the solution?
The best way to get experience practicing law is to take a clinic. Only in a clinic will you get the most authentic experience you possibly can while still in law school.
In the brand new Global Anti-Racism Clinic, students will employ the full range of lawyering skills, including interviewing, legal research, writing and analysis, strategic advocacy and legal assistance. Through the seminar and clinic projects, students will be immersed in the theory and practice of international law. They will work with existing and developing anti-racism international and regional mechanisms to put in place functional structures to combat systemic racism and racist architectures in a range of contexts.
Learn more about the Global Anti-Racism Clinic
This clinic is a joint initiative of the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice and the Center on Race, Law and Justice.
SEMINAR: THURSDAYS, 2 – 3:50 PM
OFFICE HOURS/FIELD WORK: TBD
Acceptances on a rolling basis. Early Acceptance Deadline: June 10, 2022
To apply, send a brief email of interest and resume to: Akosua Nyamekye, Legal Assistant
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