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2006-2007 Clinical Curriculum

  • This chart lists courses that offer clinical sections and indicates if the clinical is optional or required. Offerings not listed as 'required clinicals' can also be taken as a standalone class. 
  • Enrolling in a clinical section will add you to the class and the clinical components. Dropping any clinical section will drop you from both the class and the clinical (and workshop, if applicable). 
  • Clinical courses that fulfill the Professional Responsibility requirement are: ITA Civil: The Lawyering Process, ITA Criminal Justice, ITA Criminal Prosecution Perspectives, Legal Profession: Delivery of Legal Services, Legal Profession: The Responsibilities of Public Lawyers.
  • Additional clinical curriculum charts: 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-20122012-2013
Clinical CourseCourse NumberClass TimeClass CreditsClinical Term & CreditsSample Clinical Placements
Administrative Law A1 (Manninng)30000C-1/FFall: Th, F
10:30am - 12:00pm
3
+ 1 workshop
Fall: 3 or 4LSC (HELLP Unit ) or
HLAB (members only)
Administrative Law A2 (Stephenson)30000C-1/FFall: M, T
8:15am - 10:15am
4
+ 1 workshop
Fall: 2, 3 or 4LSC (HELLP Unit) or
HLAB (members only)
Administrative Law B1 (Barron)30000C-1/SSpring: M, T: 10:30am-12:00pm3
+ 1 workshop
Spring: 2, 3 or 4LSC (HELLP Unit) or
HLAB (members only)
Advanced Human Rights Clinical Workshop A (Cavallaro)
- By permission only
- Clinical credits are required
94740C-1/FFall: W
4:45pm-6:45pm
1Fall: 2, 3, or 4Human Rights Program
Advanced Human Rights Clinical Workshop B (Cavallaro)
- By permission only
- Clinical credits are required
94740C-1/SSpring: W
4:45pm-6:45pm
1Spring: 2, 3 or 4Human Rights Program
Art Law: Seminar (Martin)98550C-1/SSpring: W
4:45-6:45 PM
2Spring: 2, 3 or 4LSC (Art Law Clinic)
Bankruptcy (Warren)31400C-1/FFall: M, T, W
3:00pm - 4:20pm
4
+ 1 workshop
Fall: 2, 3 or 4LSC (Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Clinic)
Child Advocacy Clinic (Bartholet/Budnitz)
- Clinical credits are required
- Winter/Spring add/drop deadline is 11/17/06
- Spring add/drop deadline is 12/07/06
32080C-1/S
or
32080C-1/WS
Spring: T
4:45pm - 6:45pm
2Spring: 3 or 4 ;
Winter: (optional) 2
Children & Family Law Program; Civil Rights Project; Suffolk County D.A.'s Office; Trauma & Learning Policy Initiative; LSC (Family Law Unit)
Civil Litigation Workshop: Advanced (Collier)
- Evidence is a pre-requisite
- Clinical credits are required
32210C-1/SSpring: T
6:45 - 8:45pm
2 +
1 workshop
Spring: 2, 3 or 4LSC (Family and Children's Law; HELLP; Housing/ Litigation; or Predatory Lending/ Consumer Protection Units)
Community Action for Social and Economic Rights (White)32370C-1/S
or
32370C-1/WS
Spring: T
4:45 - 7:55pm
3Spring: 2, 3 or 4
Winter: (optional) 2
Placements arranged by Professor Lucie White
Consumer Law (Bertling/Breger)33721C-1/SSpring: W
4:45pm - 6:45pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Spring: 2, 3 or 4LSC (Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Unit)
Criminal Justice Advocacy: Clinical Seminar (Poole)92010C-1/SSpring: Th
4:45pm - 6:45pm
2Spring: 2Criminal Justice Institute
Criminal Procedure: Advanced (Bright)34210C-1/WSFall: Th, F
10:30am - 12:00pm
2Winter: 2 and
Spring: 2, 3 or 4
Southern Center for Human Rights and other placements
CyberOne: Law in the Court of Public Opinion
(Nesson)
37271CFall: M, T
1:15pm - 2:45pm
3Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4
or Winter: 2
Berkman Center
Cyberlaw: Internet Points of Control (Zittrain)39150C-1/F
or 39150C-1/S
Winter: Mon-Fri:
2:00pm - 5:00pm
3Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4
Berkman Center
Dispute Systems Design: Seminar (Bordone)92792C-1/FFall: W:
4:45pm - 6:45pm
2Fall:
2
Program on Negotiation
Employment Civil Rights Clinical Workshop (Churchill)
-Clinical credits are required
35312C-1/S
or 35312C-1/WS
Spring: T
4:45pm - 6:45pm
2Spring: 2, 3, or 4
Winter: (optional) 2
LSC (Employment Law Clinic);
externships with private firms, advocacy groups, or government agencies (such as Mass Commission Against Discrimination; Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights; or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission)
Employment Discrimination (Bartholet)
- Clinical grade is pass/fail
35330C-1/WSSpring: W, Th
1:15pm - 2:45pm
3Winter: 2 and
Spring:2 or 3
Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights
Employment Law (Silbaugh)35300C-1/F
35300C-1/S
Fall:
W: 8:45am-10:15am
Th, F: 9:15am - 10:15am
4
+ 1 workshop
Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4
LSC (HELLP Unit) and
HLAB (members only)
Environmental Law A (Freeman)35500C-1/FFall: M, T, W
10:30-11:50am
4Fall: 2, 3 or 4Alternatives for Community and Environment;
Coalition for Buzzards Bay;
Conservation Law Foundation;
Mass Department of Environmental Protection
and U.S. EPA
Environmental Law B (Stephenson)35500C-1/SSpring: M, T
8:15am-10:15am
4Spring:2, 3 or 4Alternatives for Community and Environment;
Coalition for Buzzards Bay;
Conservation Law Foundation;
Mass Department of Environmental Protection;
U.S. EPA
Family Law (Halley)36600C-1/FFall: M, T, W
3:00pm-4:20pm
4
+ 1 workshop
Fall: 2, 3 or 4LSC (Family Law Unit);
HLAB (members only)
Gender Violence, Law and Social Justice: Seminar (Rosenfeld)94020C-1/F
94020C-1/S
Spring: T
4:30pm-6:30pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4
Jane Doe, Inc.;
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center;
Security on Campus;
Mass. Governor's Commission on Sexual and Domestic Violence;
Trafficking Victims Outreach & Services Network in Boston
The Government Lawyer A (Stafford-Stein)38000C-1/F
38000C-1/S
Fall: Th
3:00pm-5:00pm
2Fall or Spring:
2, 3, or 4
U.S. Attorney's Office;
Office of the Attorney General

The Government Lawyer B (Flug)
- Click here for info and application

38000C-2/SSpring: TBD2Spring: 3 or 4
Winter: (optional) 2
Various placements in local and federal government agencies, and in Washington, DC
Health Care Law (Malani)38300C-1/FFall: M, T
4:45pm-6:45pm
4
+ 1 workshop
Fall: 2, 3 or 4LSC (Health Law Clinic)
Housing Law and Policy (Kennedy/Charn)38100C-1/F
38100C-1/S
Spring: T
4:45pm-6:45pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4
LSC (Housing/Litigation Unit);
HLAB (members only)
Human Rights Advocacy Seminar (Cavallaro/Nowrojee)
-LL.M. students need instructor permission to enroll
94741C-1/FFall: T
7:00pm-9:00pm
2Fall: 2, 3, or 4Human Rights Program
Human Rights and the Environment: Seminar (Giannini)94611C-1/FFall: T
7:00pm-9:00pm
2Fall:2, 3 or 4Human Rights Program
Human Rights and the Environment: Workshop (Giannini)38212C-1/SSpring: T
4:45pm-6:45pm
1Spring: 2, 3 or 4Human Rights Program
Independent Clinical
- Not in clinical lottery
38212C-1/SFall, Winter, or Spring-Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4;
or Winter: 2
Various
International Human Rights Litigation Seminar (Cavallaro)94743C-1/SSpring: T
4:45pm-6:45pm
2Spring: 2, 3 or 4Human Rights Program
Internet Law and Politics: Seminar (Palfrey)95931C-1/F
95931C-1/S
Spring: T
4:45pm-6:45pm
2Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4
Winter: 2
Berkman Center
Introduction to Advocacy (ITA) Civil: The Lawyering Process A (Charn)
- Clinical credits are required
- Fulfills Professional Responsibility Requirement
39500C-1/FFall: W
4:45pm-6:45pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Fall: 3 or 4 requiredLSC (Family and Children's Law Practice; HELLP; Housing Law and Litigation and Predatory Lending/Foreclosure Prevention Units)
Introduction to Advocacy (ITA) Civil: The Lawyering Process B (Grossman)
- Clinical credits are required
- Fulfills Professional Responsibility Requirement
39500C-1/SSpring:M
4:45pm-6:45pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Spring: 3 or 4 requiredLSC (Family and Children's Law Practice; HELLP; Housing Law and Litigation and Predatory Lending/Foreclosure Prevention Units); HLAB (members only)
Introduction to Advocacy (ITA): Criminal Justice (Ogletree)
- Students Automatically Get TAW
- 3L students only
- Required clinical credits
- Fulfills professional responsibility requirement
- Evidence is a pre-requisite
39700C-1/FWITA:
Fall & Winter:
Th: 4:45-6:45 PM

TAW:
Fall: (Sept only)
Mon-Fri: 2-9pm
7
(3F TAW +
3F, 1W ITA)
Fall: 3 and
Winter: 1
Criminal Justice Institute
Introduction to Advocacy (ITA) Criminal: Prosecution Perspectives (Corrigan)
- Students Automatically get TAW
- 3L students only
- Required clinical credits
- Fulfills professional responsibility requirement
- Evidence is a pre-requisite
39600C-1/FWITA:
Fall & Winter:
Th: 5:00pm-7:00pm

TAW:
Fall (Sep only):
Mon-Fri: 2-9pm
6
(3F TAW +
2F, 1W ITA)
Fall: 3 and
Winter: 1
District Attorney's Offices of: Middlesex, Essex, Norfolk, or Suffolk Counties
Judicial Process in Community Courts: Seminar (Cratsley)
- LL.M. students need instructor permission to enroll
90920C-1/SSpring: W
6:45pm-8:45pm
2Spring: 2, 3 or 4Individual Justices of the District Court, Boston Municipal Court, Juvenile Court, and Housing Court Departments of the Mass Trial Court
Law and Education (Ryan)41190C-1/F
41190C-1/S
Fall: M, T
3:00pm-4:30pm
3 + 1 workshopFall or Spring: 2, 3 or 4LSC (Trauma and Learning Initiative) or other non-profit organizations
Legal Profession: Delivery of Legal Services (Charn)
- Fulfills Professional Responsibility Requirement
43300C-1/F
43300C1/S
Fall: T
4:45pm-6:45pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Fall or Spring: 2, 3, or 4LSCFamily and Children's Law Practice; HELLP; Housing Law and Litigation and Predatory Lending/Foreclosure Prevention Units)
Legal Profession: The Responsibilities of Public Lawyers (Guinier)
- Fulfills Professional Responsibility requirement
42300C-1/SSpring: W, Th, F
1:15pm-2:40pm
4Spring: 2, 3, or 4American Civil Liberties Union;
Board of Bar Overseers;
Center for Law and Education;
Children's Legal Services, Inc.;
Division of Unemployment Assistance; The Medical-Legal Partnership for Children; GLAD;
Greater Boston Legal Services;
LSC (Various Units); Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights
Local Government Law (Barron)43500C-1/SSpring: M, T
3:00pm-4:30pm
3Spring: 2, 3, or 4City Solicitor's Offices for local cities and towns and other municipal agencies. Center for Urban and Regional Policy; Northeastern University and Kopleman and Paige
Mediation and Consensus Building (Wheeler)44000C-1/SSpring: M
4:45pm-6:45pm
2Spring: 1Harvard Mediation Program
New Approaches to Regulation and Social Behavior: Seminar (Simon)98421C-1/FFall: T
4:45pm-6:45pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Fall: 2, 3, or 4LSC (HELLP Unit)
Pathways to Sustainable Work (White)44230C-1/S
44230C-1/WS
Spring: M
4:45pm-6:45pm
2Spring: 2, 3, or 4
Winter: (optional) 2
Profesor White Places
Poverty, Law, Policy and Practice (Charn)97990C-1/F
97990C-1/S
Spring: M
7:00pm-9:00pm
2
+ 1 workshop
Fall or Spring: 2, 3, or 4LSC (Various Units)
Practical Lawyering in Cyberspace (Cunard/Malone/Palfrey/Keller)
- LL.M. students need instructor permission to enroll
98141CFall: W
4:45pm-6:45pm
2Fall or Spring:
2, 3 or 4
or Winter: 2
Berkman Center
Race and Justice Criminal: Seminar (Ogletree)98221C-1/SSpring: W
4:45-6:45 PM
2Spring:2, 3 or 4Criminal Justice Institute; Wrongful Convictions and Death Penalty Work
Refugee and Asylum Law and Advocacy Seminar A (Anker)
- Required clinical credits
98460C-1/FFall: Th
5:00-7:00 PM
2Fall: 2, 3 or 4Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic
Refugee and Asylum Law and Advocacy Seminar B (Anker)
- Required clinical credits
98460C-1/SSpring: Th
5:00-7:00 PM
2Spring: 2, 3 or 4Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic
Securities Regulation A (Scott)46200C-1/F
46200C-1/S
Fall: M, T
10:30am-12:00pm
3Fall or Spring:
3 or 4
SEC
Skills and Ethics in Clinical Practice (Grossman)
- HLAB members only
- Required clinical credits
- Fulfills professional responsibility requirement
39511C-1/FSFall:
4:45-6:45 PM
2Required:
1 Fall and
2 or 3 Spring
HLAB (members only)
Social Movements, Law Stories, and Law Making (Guinier/Torres)
- By Permission
- Not in clinical lottery
46411C-1/SWinter: W, F
Jan 3, 10, 17:
6pm-9pm
Jan 5, 12, 19
3pm-6pm
2Spring: 2Placements arranged by Professor Lani Guinier
Supreme Court Litigation (Tribe, Goldstein, Russell)
- By permission, applications due 10/20
- Clinical credits are required
46650C-1/WWinter: Mon-Fri
2pm-5pm
1Winter: 2Coordinated with professors  
Theory and Practice of Public Lawyering: Seminar (Guinier)
- By Permission
- Not in clinical lottery
99080C-1/F
99080C-1/S
Spring: TBD2Fall or Spring: 2, 3 or 4Placements arranged by Professor Lani Guinier
Transactional Practice Clinical Workshop: Business, Non Profit, Real Estate and Entertainment (Price)47532C-1/FFall: W
4:45-6:45 PM
2Fall: 2, 3 or 4CEP Unit at LSC
Transactional Practice Clinical Workshop: Business, Non Profit, Real Estate and Entertainment (Price)47532C-1/SSpring: M
4:45-6:45 PM
2Spring: 2, 3 or 4CEP Unit at LSC
Trial Advocacy Workshop A (TAW)(Ogletree, Roberts)
- For non-ITA students only.
- LL.M. students need instructor permission to enroll
47500A-1/FFall: Mon-Fri
2:00-9:00pm
3NoneNone
Trusts and Estates (Sitkoff)48020C-1/SSpring: M, T
8:15-10:15 AM
4
+ 1 workshop
Spring: 2, 3 or 4Estate Planning Clinic at LSC

 

 

HALE & DORR LEGAL SERVICES CENTER WORKSHOPS
(For students placed at LSC)
WORKSHOP TIMECLASS CREDITS
Housing Clinical Workshop A (Mares/McDonagh)Fall: Th: 5:00-7:00 PM1
Housing Clinical Workshop B (Mares/McDonagh)Spring: Th: 5:00-7:00 PM1
Family and Children Law Clinical Workshop A (Greenwald)Fall: T: 5:00-7:00 PM1
Family and Children Law Clinical Workshop B (Greenwald)Spring: Th: 5:00-7:00 PM1
Health, Employment, Living Legacy and Planning (HELLP) Clinical Workshop A (Greenwald)Fall: Th: 5:00-7:00 PM

1

Health, Employment, Living Legacy and Planning (HELLP) Clinical Workshop B (Greenwald)

Spring: Th: 5:00-7:00 PM1
Predatory Lending / Foreclosure Prevention / Consumer Protection Clinical Workshop A (Bertling, Breger)Fall: Th: 5:00-7:00 PM1
Predatory Lending / Foreclosure Prevention / Consumer Protection Clinical Workshop B (Bertling, Breger)Spring: Th: 5:00-7:00 PM1
Special Education Clinical Workshop A (Cole/Gregory)Fall:T: 4:45-6:45 PM1
Special Education Clinical Workshop B (Cole/Gregory)Spring:Th: 5:00-7:00 PM1
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