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Advanced Elder Law Clinic

Law School Description

Students in the Advanced Elder Law Clinic have already taken the Elder Law Clinic course. The overall objective of the Advanced Elder Law Clinic Course is to continue to expose students to practice areas of law that affect older persons and to ethical and other practical issues involved in providing legal services to older persons and their caregivers. In the Advanced Elder Law Clinic, special consideration will be given to the legal rights of veterans and their caregivers.

UH Mānoa Catalog Description

(B) prosecution clinic; (C) defense clinic; (D) elder law clinic; (E) environmental law clinic; (G) estate planning workshop; (I) native Hawaiian rights clinic; (J) family law clinic; (K) entrepreneurship and small business clinic; (M) mediation clinic; (N) lawyering skills workshop; (P) mediation workshop; (Q) immigration clinic; (R) child welfare clinic; (S) Hawai'i Innocence Project I; (T) Hawai'i Innocence Project II; (U) legislation and statutory interpretation. Repeatable one time for (K). LAW majors only for (R), (S), (T) and (U). CR/NC and letter grade option for (J); CR/NC only for (N), (P), and (Q). Pre: 543 for (B) and (C); 521 or consent for (D); 529 or 561 or LWEV 582 for (E); 552 and 567, or consent for (G); 568 or consent for (J); 548 for (Q). (Once a year for (K)) (Alt. years for (U))

Credit Limit

9

Repeat Limit

Not Repeatable

Instructor Approval

No

Competition

No

Typical Enrollment Cap

10

Assigned Sections

No

Bar Course

No

Clinical Requirement

Yes

Prerequisites/Recommended

Semesters Offered

Tentative Course Rotation

Full Time
Annually
Fall
Part Time
Annually
Fall

Offering

Regular

Schedule Type

Field Experience

Major Restrictions

Law