Immigration Clinic

This is a year-long clinic available to second- and third-year law students designed to provide the legal, ethical, and moral tools needed to provide high-quality immigration services to the under-served community. Students will represent asylum seekers, battered spouses and children, and other non-citizens seeking immigration relief in Immigration Court, before the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Department of Homeland Security.

Prerequisites: Evidence, Immigration Law
Co-requisites: None required
Course Credit: 12 credits - 6 per semester
Grading: Graded
Full-Time/Part-Time: Part-Time
Minimum Hourly Requirement: 20 hours per week
Eligible Students: 2L's and 3L's
Florida Bar Notice of Registrant Clearance: No
Clinic Location: STU Campus
Faculty: Professor Michael Vastine