Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic
Faculty: Mae Quinn
Student attorneys enrolled in the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic will provide representation to young people in the St. Louis area, acting as lead counsel on a range of youth advocacy matters. In 2013-14 we plan to focus on three practice areas: (1) St. Louis City Juvenile Court cases; (2) post-Miller juvenile life without parole sentence challenges; and (3) medical/legal partnership matters referred to us by our Medical School partners at The Spot. Given our unique, holistic approach to representation, our legal and other work on behalf of clients may take us beyond the courthouse to the education law and school discipline arenas, administrative proceedings, and appellate courts. Students can also register for additional credits to engage in policy and public citizen lawyering projects on behalf of young people. The Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic is taught by Mae Quinn.
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STUDENTS: Click here to view information about the Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic. This handout provides general information that will be helpful for you to know before registering.