International Sustainable Development Project Law Clinic (1-4 per semester/maximum of 5) The Clinic will partner with, among others, university-sponsored humanitarian engineering (HE) and social entrepreneurship (SE) programs, like Penn State's multidisciplinary HESE program, and with foreign entrepreneurs with sustainable business objectives (economic, environmental and social). Clinic students will work collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams with HESE students to develop, design, and implement humanitarian ventures in the developing world.
Effective: Spring 2014
Advanced International Sustainable Development Projects Law Clinic Students in the Advanced section of the Clinic will provide important continui ty to longer-term Clinic projects. Advanced Clinic students will meet with and work with first semester clinic students, with heightened expectations for le adership and more comprehensive research, analysis, and work product.
Effective: Fall 2014
Prerequisite: IHSDP 995 and faculty approval required
Last Import from UCM: September 16, 2017 3:00 AM