LOYOLA GENOCIDE JUSTICE CLINIC ADVANCED
(LAWH-5002) - 3 UNITS
The LGJC will allow students to complete real-world research projects on behalf of partners including the prosecutors at an international criminal court, international investigators and former prosecutors gathering evidence of potential international crimes, and nonprofit organizations focused on finding creative solutions to promote restitution for genocide survivors and heirs. At the end of the semester, each student will deliver a professional research memo on their assigned topic, to be submitted to the requesting partner. Students in the LGJC Advanced track are not required to attend pedagogical class sessions, though they will participate in individual team meetings and activities. Students are eligible for admission to the Advanced track after having completed at least one semester of the Standard track and by permission of the instructor.