UDC Law has adapted clinical offerings to better meet the needs of students enrolled in the robust evening program. This fall, the Clinical Program launched the “clinical semester,” geared specifically to evening students. UDC Law evening students must engage in one of the school’s clinics for 10-credits in the Fall semester of their fourth year in order to graduate. Clinics will be offered to evening students on a rotating basis.

This fall, Professors Tianna Gibbs and Andy Budzinski have adapted their work in the General Practice Clinic to focus on providing unbundled legal services to litigants in family law cases to help them navigate the complexities of remote court operations and effectuating service of process during a global health pandemic. 

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