York University Law School
Mooting and Clinical ProgramsThe School offers many experiential learning opportunities through which students may develop and hone their practical skills, such as their respective advocacy, argumentative, and lawyering abilities, and 'grapple with the dynamics of the legal process and their relations to law as theory.' Such opportunities are available via for-credit programs, of which there are 12, and non-credit offerings, of which there are 4. For credit practical education programs include the Advanced Business Law Workshop, Corporate Finance and Governance, and Mergers and Acquisitions, Community and Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP), Criminal Law Intensive or the Intensive Program in Poverty Law at Parkdale Community, Innocence Project, Intensive Program in Aboriginal Lands, Resources and Governments, Intensive Research Program, Labour Co-Op, Mooting Program, Osgoode Business Clinic, Supervised Research Papers, and Osgoode Hall Law Journal.
Non-credit experiential learning may be obtained through Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC), Reel Justice (movie series), Summer Public Interest Advocacy Program and Centre for Innovation Law and Policy, and the Honourable Ian Scott Public Interest Internship.
Mooting Program (for credit)
Osgoode Business Clinic (for credit)
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