4 credits. Student option grading.
This course gives students the opportunity to engage in the movement lawyering. The course has both a classroom component and a community component.Practicum participants will gain first hand experience, knowledge, and skills in how to work with organizers to use the law to support and defend justice movements. Students will work with lawyers, community organizations, and activists to understand strategies and tactics of movement legal work. They will follow the lead of movement participants and community members to build power and assist in creating lasting change.