Friday, September 6, 2013

In the News: Wake Forest School of Law's Elder Law Clinic

Wake Forest University School of Law's Elder Law Clinic is now 22 years "young" and has recently moved its client-service location from a hospital to the law school itself.  Clinical Professor Kate Mewhinney  directs the clinic, which is staffed by students certified to practice through the North Carolina Bar under her supervision.  There's a great news article highlighting the work of the Wake Forest Clinic in the Winston-Salem Journal.  The article demonstrates the importance of law school-based elder law clinics as a source of key legal services for the public while also providing relevant educational opportunities for students.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/elder_law/2013/09/in-the-news-wake-forest-school-of-laws-elder-law-clinic.html

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