Law 891:

Post-Conviction Justice Seminar I (1.0-5.0 units)

Examines the substantive rights of federal prisoners with respect to parole, sentencing, validity of conviction and conditions of confinement and the procedural mechanisms by which to enforce those rights. Under faculty supervision, students provide legal assistance to federal inmates in administrative and judicial proceedings.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Law, Gerontology/Juris Doctor, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Juris Doctor/Communication Management, Juris Doctor/Communications Management, Law/Economics, Law/International Relations, Juris Doctor/Public Administration, Juris Doctor/Public Policy, Juris Doctor/Political Science, Law/Philosophy, Law/Real Estate Development, Law/Religion, Juris Doctor/Religion and Social Ethics, Law/Social Work
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Mike Brennan,
Heidi Rummel
LAW12session dates
Information accurate as of March 9, 2020 7:44 am.
The Fall 2020 semester will begin with fully remote instruction, with limited exceptions for clinical education. Faculty will contact students to provide information to login to classes. Read more.