Eligibility, Prerequisites and Scheduling Information

2016-2017

** May enroll concurrent with clinic enrollment

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Clinic Credits
(Fall-Winter-Spring)
Students Eligibility Prerequisites &
Recommended Courses
(recommended in italics)
Selection
Basis
Faculty/Location/Student Contacts
Children and Youth Advocacy (E524) 4-5-3
Full year req'd
8 3Ls preferred; will accept no more than four 2Ls Required: Child Adv. Sem.**
Recommended: Evidence, Family Law, Professional Resp., Trial Advocacy, Interviewing & Counseling, Juvenile Justice
Application Lisa Kelly,

Students:
Baily Mullins,
Taylor Knight,
Zachary Gussin,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 244
Entrepreneurial Law (E523)
3-3-3
Full year req'd
15-18 3Ls, LL.M.s Prerequisites: (each student's clinical practice will follow one of the three tracks noted below- only associated prerequisites for that track are required; enrollment preference given for advanced crs):
  1. Business Law Track: Business Organizations (A515) OR The Law of Nonprofit Organizations (E514).
  2. IP Track: IP Survey (P567) OR IP Law Core (P501).
  3. Tax Track: Advising Privately-Owned Businesses (T525) OR Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders (T501) OR Taxation of Partners and Partnerships (T511) OR Exempt Organizations (T512) OR Taxation of S Corporations (T518).
Recommended for all: Professional Resp. (B510)
Application Jennifer Fan,

Students:
Cecilia Jeong, (Corporate/Trademark Track)
James Miller, (IP/Patent Track)

William H. Gates Hall
Room 249
Federal Tax Clinic (T526) J.D.s 3-3-3
LL.M.s 2-2-2
Full year req'd
6 J.D.s
6 LL.M.s
2Ls, 3Ls, LL.M.s Prerequisite: Basic Income Tax (A530)**
Concurrent enrollment OK if A530 taken in Autumn quarter

Recommended: Trial Advocacy, Evidence, Professional Resp., Negotiation
Lottery Scott Schumacher, ;
John Clynch,

Students:
Taylor Page,
Jack Brumbaugh,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rooms 245 & 431
Immigration Law (B531)
0-4-4
Two quarters req'd
6-8 2Ls, 3Ls Pre- or Corequisite: Immigration Law (A577)**
Recommended: Trial Advocacy, Evidence, Professional Resp.
Application TBD




Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 265
Innocence Project NW (E566) 4-4-4
Full year req'd
8 2Ls, 3Ls Recommended: Criminal Procedure, Persuasive Writing, Post-Conviction Review, Forensics Application Peter Moreno,
Anna Tolin,


Students:
Janelle Chase,
James Prescott,
Duffy Romnor,
Rachel Yemini,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 265
International Human Rights (E556) 0-3-3
Two quarters req'd
6 JDs
4 LL.M.s
2Ls, 3Ls, LL.M.s Required: Business & Human Rights Seminar

Recommended: International Human Rights
Application Alejandra Gonza

Students:
Alizeh Bhojani
Kelsey O'Neal,
Thomas Miller, thomasmm

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 265
Legislative Advocacy (E599) 3-6-3
Full year req'd
6-8 2Ls, 3Ls Required: Legislation & Formulation of Public Policy Seminar (Fall)**

Recommended: Professional Responsibility, WA Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure
Application Lara Zarowsky

Students:
Chelsea Hager
David Hession,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 265
Mediation (B526B) 4-4-0
Two quarters req'd
8 2Ls, 3Ls Recommended: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Negotiation, Professional Resp. 3Ls by Lottery;
up to two 2Ls by Application
Alan Kirtley,
Christine Cimini,

Students:
Olga Barajas,
Patrick Dahn,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 248
Not For Profit Organizations (E591) 0-2-1
Two quarters req'd
4 2Ls, 3Ls, LL.Ms Required: Basic Income Tax (A530); Tax-Exempt Organizations (T512)** OR Law of Nonprofit Organizations (E514)** OR 4 hr. workshopTBD**

NOTE: sessions held at Seattle U.; students must meet conflicts of interest rules
Lottery Judy Andrews


Students:
Jane Pryjmak,
Jacob Ferrari,

Seattle University, R. A. Peterson Law Ctr.
Regulatory Environmental Law & Policy (E594) 4-4-0
Two quarters req'd
9 2Ls, 3Ls Required:** Pollution Control (A527) OR Natural Resources (B585) OR Admin. Law (A509)

Recommended: all of the required courses and Advanced Legal Research (A549), Persuasive Writing (E508)
Application William H. Rodgers,
Todd A. Wildermuth,

Students:
Alex Sidles,
Audrey Frey,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rms. 408 & 330
Technology Law & Public Policy Clinic (E554)
4-4-4
(Credit load can be adjusted with instructor approval)
12 2Ls
3Ls,
LL.M.s
Recommended: Admin Law (A509), Law & Econ (A561), Legislative Externship (B535), Legislation (E555), Local Government Law (A563) Application William Covington,

Students:
Chad Law,
David Stieber,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 242
Tools for Social Change: Race and Justice Clinic (E530) 4-4-4
(Fall and Winter qtrs. req'd; Spring qtr. is optional)
8 2Ls, 3Ls Recommended: Race and the Law, Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Justice Seminar Application Kimberly Ambrose,

Students:
Martina Kartman,
Bruna Estrada,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 243
Tribal Court Public Defense (E529) 4-4-4
Full year req'd - no partial credit
16 2Ls, 3Ls Corequisite: Trial Advocacy I (B520), Evidence (B503), Criminal Procedure (B505) **

Recommended: American Indian Law, Professional Resp.
3Ls by lottery;
2Ls by Application (written commitment to 3 qtrs is required of all students)
Molly Cohan, & Brenda Williams,

Students:
Marlana Kuper,
Sophia Posnock,

Wm. H. Gates Hall
Rm. 241
Workers' Rights Clinic (B528) 0-5-4 2 3Ls Recommended: Employment Law, Trial Advocacy, Evidence, Professional Resp.

NOTE: All sessions held at Seattle U. or Fair Work Center; students must meet conflict of interest rules.
Application Liz Ford,

Seattle University
Peterson Law Ctr.

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