- Associate Clinical Professor, Civil Practice Clinic: Zachary Mountin
- Course Numbers and Descriptions: First Term / Second Term
The nutshell: Learn civil practice skills while representing employees in a range of civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution contexts (e.g., administrative complaints, judicial and administrative tribunals, mediation, arbitration). Students may represent low-income workers fighting for their justly earned wages; federal employees in due process hearings; or employees claiming discrimination in mediations before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or Colorado Civil Right Division.
This is for you if: You want a variety of litigation and conflict resolution experience on the civil side of the legal system and are interested in fighting for the rights of employees.
To Become a Client: Please contact the clinic at (303) 492-8126. Please note the clinics are not open during the students semester breaks and typically only accept cases at the start of the school year. While we try to help as many people as possible, we may need to refer you to outside sources.