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Classes

Law, Aging and Medicine (Law 521) - 3 credits

This course provides a basic foundation for legal practice with older persons at the intersection of law, aging and medicine.

 

Health Law: Bioethics (Law 532) - 3 credits

This course provides a basic foundation for legal practice in the field of Health Law.

This course provides a basic foundation for the study of bioethics, healthcare and the law. 

 

Elder Law Clinic (Law 590D) - 2 or 3 credits*

The Elder Law Clinic is a two (2) or three (3) credit hour course*.  All clinical law students must become law student interns under Rule 7 of the Hawai`i Supreme Court Rules

 

*2 credits for limited outreach activities
*3 credits for full outreach activities

 
 

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