Course Details

Clinic: International Human Rights LLMs Fieldwork

International Human Rights LLM students will work under the supervision of Professor Thomas F. Geraghty and visiting professors Adam Stapleton and Kathryn English on human rights/access to justice projects in developing and post-conflict countries. Possible projects will include representation of prisoners in Malawi and access to justice projects in Kenya and Ethiopia. Students will be required to attend weekly classes sessions while in the U.S. and will also be required to submit a final paper. Students may have the option of travelling to Malawi in 2015 - January 1-11, March 21-29 or after classes/before graduation. Registration Requirements: This course is open to LLM IHR students only. This is not a biddable course. Enrollment by permission of the instructors. The bid point cost for this course is 100 points (25 points per credit). Students planning on taking this course must set aside 100 bid points to be able to enroll in this course after receiving instructor permission to enroll.

Catalog Number: LITARB 737

Course History

Spring 2015
Title: Clinic: International Human Rights LLMs Fieldwork
Faculty: Geraghty, Thomas F. (courses | profile)

English, Kathryn B M
Section: 1     Credits: 4.0
Capacity: 6     Actual: 3