Clinic - Legal Assistance to Minnesota Prisoners (LAMP) Clinic (9002)

Students provide 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.

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Grading: Letter graded

Prerequisite(s): Pre- or Co-requisites: Advocacy (WMCL)*

Professional Responsibility, or Practice, Problem-Solving and Professional Responsibility (HUSL)

LAMP amy be taken for the first time by students who are in their last semester of law school ONLY with the permission of the instructors.

*Hamline students who have not had the opportunity to take Advocacy may have this requirement waived by the instructor if they have received sufficient instruction in LRW and other skills courses at HUSL.

Credits: 3 (with permission of faculty, students may take either 1 or 2 additional credits in the following semester)

Offered: Fall/Spring

Meet Advanced Research and Writing Typically
Skills: Clinics and Externships

Subject Areas:
Civil Procedure
Clinics and Externships
Criminal Law
Family Law
Poverty Law
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Taught by: Bradford Colbert Melissa Sheridan

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