|Course||Tribal Courts Clinic - Law 696C|
|Instructor||Raymond D. Austin View Faculty Page|
|Units||2 - Graded|
Federal Indian Law or permission of Instructor
Tribal Courts and Tribal Law
Students provide research support to tribal courts in Arizona and the Southwest, including serving as law clerks, drafting rules and procedures, and drafting training materials.
No book required. Reading supplements will be posted on forums or distributed
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Dedication to and required hours in pursuit of assigned project
Open to J.D. (2L & 3L), LLM, and SJD law students. Students must complete a minimum of 100 hours of work, including class attendance, for two academic credits.
This course satisfies the Professional Skills curricular requirement.