The Civil Rights Litigation Clinic allows teams of students to work on civil rights cases in cooperation with public interest organizations and private attorneys.  Students spend significant time out of class working on their assigned cases, with in-class time spent honing skills involved in litigation. For the 2012-2013 academic year, students will team up with ACLU of Southern California.
 
 
Georgina Wakefield talks about her experience with the Civil Rights Clinic
 
 
 
 
 


Professor Joanna Schwartz teaches the course. 
For more information about the clinic, unit credit, enrollment and any prerequisites click HERE​
 



Recent Projects:

Students in the Civil Rights Litigation Clinic, in conjunction with the ACLU of Southern California, are currently working on a case involving alleged violations of the First and Fourth Amendment rights by local law enforcement.