This is a year-long clinical program open to third year students that provides experience in handling criminal cases in state appellate courts. Each student will have primary responsibility for at least two cases from inception through record preparation, all relevant motions, and the writing of briefs and oral argument. There is a weekly seminar in the appellate process.
Prerequisites: Evidence, Professional Responsibility.
Corequisites: Criminal Procedure
Course Credits: 8 credits (4 credits each semester; this is a full year clinic)
Grading: This is a graded clinic.
Faculty: Howard Blumberg