LEGAL STUDIES & OAKES ARE OFFERING 2 CLASSES IN FALL 2019Legal Studies/Oakes 188A 2 units:Intro to Legal Profession and Legal Aid Work (Seminar)Legal Studies/Oakes 199 3 units:Legal Field Practice Skills & Ethics (Placement)Total: 5 units, P/NP188A + 199 must be taken together. 188A teaches principles in legal work. Offered by practitioners from the Watsonville Law Center. 199 is your placement in legal air or legal information setting. it provides 35 hours on-site training, analysis & debrief: applying the principles in 188A.Schedule to be determined; enrollment by permission codes.To be included on a list for more information, please write to puentes.ilacr@gmail.com with Subject Line: Legal Training Course.To suggest a site for a placement, please contact Leslie López of the Oakes CARA Program, at lesliel@ucsc.edu. Sites include organizations that provide information to help people understand their rights, make decisions, and access services available to them (immigration, health, housing, food, safety, etc.).

New Class: Fall 2019 Professional Skills Training in Legal Aid Work

Legal Studies and Oakes are offering LGST/OAKS 188A & 199

Legal Studies/Oakes 188A 2 units:

Intro to Legal Profession and Legal Aid Work (Seminar)

Legal Studies/Oakes 199 3 units:

Legal Field Practice Skills & Ethics (Placement)

Total: 5 units, P/NP

188A + 199 must be taken together. 188A teaches principles in legal work. Offered by practitioners from the Watsonville Law Center. 199 is your placement in legal air or legal information setting. it provides 35 hours on-site training, analysis & debrief: applying the principles in 188A.

Schedule to be determined; enrollment by permission codes.

To be included on a list for more information, please write to puentes.ilacr@gmail.com with Subject Line: Legal Training Course.

To suggest a site for a placement, please contact Leslie López of the Oakes CARA Program, at lesliel@ucsc.edu. Sites include organizations that provide information to help people understand their rights, make decisions, and access services available to them (immigration, health, housing, food, safety, etc.).

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