This clinic provides civil representation to indigent persons incarcerated in Minnesota. Students represent clients from interview through any trial. Cases include domestic relations, imprisonment-related matters (institutional grievances, parole, and detainers), and the full range of other civil problems including debtor-creditor, wills, contracts, torts, and civil rights issues.
Grading: Letter graded
Prerequisite(s): Pre- or Co-requisites: Advocacy, Professional Responsibility. LAMP may be taken for the first time by students who are in their last semester of law school ONLY with the permission of the instructors.
Credits: 3 (with permission of faculty, students may take either 1 or 2 additional credits in the following semester)
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