Friday, October 14, 2016

Spring Clinical Law Program Information Meeting This Monday, October 17th

Thinking about taking a clinic this Spring?

The clinical faculty and students will be holding a clinic information meeting on Monday, October 17th at Noon in Room 187. This spring as part of the COL’s experiential learning program, we offer these clinical courses: the Civil Justice Clinic, the Criminal Defense Clinic and the Foreclosure Mediation Clinic (Please note that the Health Advocacy Clinic will not be offered in Spring 2017). These clinics offer students the chance to work with actual clients in a variety of settings on litigation, transactional and alternative dispute resolution matters. This meeting will provide an overview of each clinic. Current and former clinical students will discuss their clinical experiences, and the faculty will explain the clinic application process for Spring.

Reminder: Students matriculating at the College of Law beginning in Fall 2015 (current 2Ls in the class of 2018 or later) are required to complete a clinic or externship to graduate.

Please do not hesitate to contact a member of the clinical faculty if you need any additional information about one of the clinics.

Anita Maddali, Associate Professor of Law and Director of Clinics, amaddali@niu.edu
Paul Cain, Clinical Professor, Criminal Defense Clinic, pcain@niu.edu
Wendy Vaughn, Clinical Associate Professor, Civil Justice Clinic, wvaughn@niu.edu
Colleen Boraca, Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Advocacy Clinic, cboraca@niu.edu
Alan Boudreau, Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, Foreclosure Mediation Clinic, aboudreau@niu.edu