Law Student for a Day

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Florida International University College of Law
11200 SW 8th Street, RDB 1042
Miami, FL 33199
Event Type: Diversity Matters Event

Law Student for a Day is a program organized by H.T. Smith Black Law Student Association at FIU and funded by Discover Law. This is a great opportunity for students in the area, especially underprivileged youth, that may be interested in Law. Students will be exposed to the Law school and take a few small classes on topics such as Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Immigration Law, Intellectual Property, and others. Students will also participate in an interactive mock-trial where they will be judges, defense, and the state. Students will learn about a specific area of criminal procedure and will be allowed to talk and share their thoughts regarding the law and policy. Students will eat with current law students and have an opportunity to ask questions regarding higher education, law school, and any other relevant topic.

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Florida International University College of Law
Add to Calendar 2019-02-01T00:00:00 2019-02-01T00:00:00 Law Student for a Day 11200 SW 8th Street, RDB 1042, Miami FL 33199
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Florida International University College of Law
11200 SW 8th Street, RDB 1042
Miami, FL 33199
Event Type: Diversity Matters Event

Law Student for a Day is a program organized by H.T. Smith Black Law Student Association at FIU and funded by Discover Law. This is a great opportunity for students in the area, especially underprivileged youth, that may be interested in Law. Students will be exposed to the Law school and take a few small classes on topics such as Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Immigration Law, Intellectual Property, and others. Students will also participate in an interactive mock-trial where they will be judges, defense, and the state. Students will learn about a specific area of criminal procedure and will be allowed to talk and share their thoughts regarding the law and policy. Students will eat with current law students and have an opportunity to ask questions regarding higher education, law school, and any other relevant topic.

School(s)

Florida International University College of Law
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