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Changes to the Dickinson Law Bulletin
Changes to the Dickinson Law Bulletin will be tracked in real-time and listed below. At the end of every semester, these updates will be incorporated into the Bulletin.
Courses Added: Effective Summer 2023
- DLSJD 905: SJD Research Colloquium
Course Changes: Effective Fall 2023
EXPCL 902: Community Law Clinic
Old Listing Effective Through Summer 2023:
The Community Law Clinic represents individuals living near or below the poverty line in matters of family law, disability law, housing, public benefits, and other areas deemed appropriate by the supervising attorneys. Law students represent clients through every level of either the state common pleas court system or the requisite federal court system. The clinic provides students with the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on training serving a segment of the population that is generally underserved because of financial hardship.
Changes Effective Fall 2023: