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Students in the Work-Life Policy Unit work on civil disputes, administrative proceedings, legislative lawyering, and community education matters involving unemployment insurance benefits, flexible scheduling, wage and hour, time off, discrimination and other employment law issues.
With faculty supervision, students are responsible for all aspects of representing Clinic clients, including: case selection; interviewing and counseling clients; fact investigation; theory and advocacy strategy development; analyzing options for changing employment and advocating for policy changes to address foreclosure crisis; drafting demand letters, pleadings, motions, appellate briefs, settlements, and policy documents such as white papers, amicus briefs, analysis of pending legislation, comments to administrative agencies, or testimony; and representing clients in negotiations with other parties, administrative hearings, civil litigation or at oral arguments in state or federal court.
The Clinic is a graded 6 credit course. Students are expected to spend approximately 20 hours per week and at least 300 hours total in the Clinic during the semester. For more information, see the Clinic’s webpage at law.asu.edu/clinics
Credit Hours: 6
Grading Option: Letter Grade Only
Graduation Writing Requirement: No
Flexible Writing Requirement: No
Skills Requirement: Yes
Prerequisite: Students must have taken or concurrently be enrolled in Evidence,
Special Withdrawal Course: Because of administrative considerations and professional obligations to courts and clients, no student pre-registered for a clinical offering shall be allowed to drop the clinic later than one month preceding the first day of classes, or to add the clinic, unless approval is obtained from the Directors of the Clinic and the Clinical Program.
Limited Enrollment Number: 6
Final Exam Given: No
Attendance Policy: Per Statement of Student Policies
Online Course Site: Blackboard