In-House Clinic--Disability Law (4 per semester/maximum of 8) Up to four students per semester represent indigent persons with disabilities who have legal concerns related to those disabilities. The bulk of the work consists of administrative hearings before the Social Security Administration and judicial review in federal court. Matters handled include Social Security and Supplemental Security Income, special education, disability discrimination, and Medicare and Medicaid claims. Students are obligated to work 12 hours per week in the Clinic, and there are weekly meetings with the supervisor, either individually or as a group. This course is graded.
Effective: Spring 2011
Prerequisite: SEM 926 and faculty approval
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