The Transactional Law Clinical Workshop is a co-requisite to practice in the Transactional Law Clinics. The Workshop meets weekly for two hours (5 pm to 7 pm), and is taught by Clinical Professor Brian Price, with the assistance of clinical instructors. No particular substantive course prerequisites are required. By way of example, no prior experience regarding corporations or tax is presumed. Two classroom credits are awarded for the Workshop.
A clinical practice component is required of all students. Clinical placements will be at the Transactional Law Clinics. Enrollment will occur during clinical registration.
Students may enroll for either 15 hours per week (3 credits) or 20 hours per week (4 credits) of clinical work, in addition to the 2 credit Transactional Practice Clinical Seminar for all students.
Students interested in enrolling in the Community Enterprise Project (CEP), should refer to the Course Catalog links below, for details on the application process.
- Community Enterprise Project of The Transitional Law Clinics (Fall, 2015)
- Transactional Law Clinical Workshop (Fall, 2015)
- Transactional Law Clinics (Fall, 2015)