Law 701A/B - Ninth Circuit Appellate Clinic
The Yearlong Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic is a joint undertaking between UCLA and the law firm of O’Melveny and Myers LLP.Three senior O’Melveny appellate attorneys will teach the Clinic. Working in two-person teams with other O’Melveny attorneys, students will represent litigants on a pro bono basis in appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Students will file opening and reply briefs and participate in oral argument. In the Clinic, students will learn principles of appellate law and practice, including fundamental concepts such as standard of review, preservation of issues, and understanding the appellate record. Students will also receive advanced writing instruction.
Prerequisites: None.Course length: two semesters. Course credit: 5 units.Limited to 3L students. Application required to enroll is due TBA. The course is evaluated on a P/U/NC basis. Due to constraints in receiving cases from the Court, the course is limited to six (6) students.
|Victor Jih / Charles Lifland / Alison Silvers||13F||701A||LEC 1||F 10:00 AM - 2:45 PM||3.0||No||No|
|Application required to enroll; deadline July 9, 2013. Law 701A will not meet every week. Yearlong course for a total of5 units. Enrollment open to 3Ls only.|
|Victor Jih / Carlos Lazatin / Charles Lifland / Alison Silvers||14S||701B||LEC 1||TBA||2.0||No||No|
|Second part of a yearlong course for a total of 5 units. The Records Office will process enrollment for this course. Meeting dates TBD.|