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The CAP Clinic is designed to educate students about a range of social change strategies and to encourage critical thinking about the pros and cons of different approaches. The course includes both a classroom and fieldwork component.
A variety of substantive areas impacting the lives of children will be addressed, with a focus on child welfare (abuse and neglect, foster care, and adoption), education, and juvenile justice. The course is relevant for students with a particular interest in children's issues but also for those more generally interested in law reform and social change.
Wed, Oct. 15 (noon – 1:00 PM): CAP Clinic Open House, Pound 407, Lunch Provided
Mon, Oct. 27 (6:00 – 8:00 PM): Clinical Fair Organized by the Office of Clinical Programs (OCP), Location TBA (CAP will host a table)
Mon, Oct. 27 - Thurs, Oct 30: Clinical Registration for Winter/Spring and Spring clinicals (OCP deadline)
Tues, Oct. 28 & Wed, Oct. 29 (noon – 2:00 PM): CAP holds Office Hours for students considering registering for the CAP Clinic, Pound 407B (students should feel free to stop by our office for answers to their questions about the clinic)
Thurs, Nov. 6 (noon – 1:00 PM): Overview Meeting for Registered CAP Winter/Spring Clinical Students, Pound 407, Lunch Provided
Mon, Nov. 10: CAP Clinic Winter/Spring Drop/Add Deadline (please note this deadline is earlier than the regular OCP deadline)
Thurs, Nov. 13 (noon – 1:00 PM): Overview Meeting for Registered CAP Spring Clinical Students, Pound 407, Lunch Provided
Wed, Dec. 3 & Thurs, Dec. 4 (noon – 2:00 PM): CAP holds Office Hours for students registered for the Spring CAP Clinic, Pound 407B
Fri, Dec. 5: CAP Clinic Spring Drop/Add Deadline (please note this deadline is earlier than the regular OCP deadline)
More details about the specific placements and projects will be provided to interested students who attend our Open House and other clinic events.
We're in the process of finalizing our Spring clinical placement options. For a list of prior years' placements, most of which will be placements in Spring 2009, visit the Cap Clinic Page.
For questions, call Jessica Budnitz at 617.496.1684 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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