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USC Gould School of Law

International Human Rights Clinic I and II     LAW-849, 850

In the International Human Rights Clinic, students engage in real-life cases and projects addressing some of the most serious human rights issues of concern today, at home and abroad. Students learn the substantive law and develop the international lawyering and human rights advocacy skills required for effectively engaging in the work. The cases and projects are often undertaken in partnership with individual advocates or organizations involved in human rights related work.

Units 5
Grading Options CR/D/F (LAW-849); Numeric (LAW-850)
Exam Type None
Writing Requirement No
Skills/Experiential Requirement Yes

Grading Options: vary with the professor

Note: International Human Rights Clinic is a two, consecutive, semester commitment. Some work may require national and international travel.

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