Come learn more about the NEW Criminal Justice Appellate Clinic!
September 13th, WCC 3016
Lunch will be served.
This is a new by-application winter term clinic offering. Students will participate in an winter externship with the Roderick & Solange MacArthur Justice Center (“MJC”) in Washington, D.C., working on appeals before federal circuit courts and/or the U.S. Supreme Court that raise important issues related to civil rights and the criminal justice system.
MJC is one of the nation’s premier civil rights organizations and champions criminal justice reform through litigation, in areas that include police misconduct, rights of the accused, issues facing indigent prisoners, the death penalty, and the rights of detainees. The organization’s Washington, D.C. office focuses specifically on appellate litigation as a vehicle for achieving change in these areas
For more information, please consult the clinic’s webpage: https://hls.harvard.edu/dept/clinical/criminal-justice-appellate-clinic/
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