Public Policy Clinic

Public Policy Clinic

Students enrolled in this clinic undertake thorough, in-depth policy studies in response to requests from public officials. Requests for balanced studies are coordinated through the Legislative Research Department and the Revisor of Statutes Office.

The course is open to second- and third-year students in the fall semester. No application is required. Students enter the clinic by following standard enrollment procedures for:

LAW 976 Public Policy Clinic
The Public Policy Clinic undertakes in-depth, balanced policy studies in response to requests from public officials. Individual students, or teams of students, supervised by the clinic director, prepare the research reports. Designed to give students practical experience in applying analytical policy methods to public policy issues. FLD.
Fall 2015
Type Time/Place and Instructor Credit Hours Class #
FLD Schmidt, Jennifer
T 01:35-03:35 PM GRN 310 - LAWRENCE
3 12714




Jennifer Schmidt

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