Thursday, August 1, 2013
The article, available online here, is from the December issue of Student Lawyer Magazine which for some odd reason did not arrive in my inbox until last week. Nevertheless, there's a good article profiling clinics from several law schools that are providing students with a wide variety of "real-world" experience. Included in the article is Stanford's Community Law Clinic which handles housing, employment and public benefit law matters for lower income clients. Also included are Gonzaga's Federal Tax Clinic, Alabama's Tornado Relief Clinic (since merged into the school's general civil law clinic) and Northeastern's Community Business Clinic which helps local entrepreneurs with transactional work.
Law School Clinics Provide Real-World Training. It's a nice piece - check it out.