Albany Law School's award-winning Clinic & Justice Center, established in 1981, combines theory and practice through its in-house public interest law firm, providing free legal services to eligible clients in the Capital Region. In a typical academic year, the Clinic recruits more than 200 students for clinic projects, representing hundreds of clients and assisting many more individuals and organizations through technical assistance and community education activities. The Clinic's mission is to provide high quality legal representation and to teach students to be skilled professionals who practice law with compassion and sensitivity to individual client needs.
Domestic Violence Prosecution Hybrid Clinic
Family Violence Litigation Clinic and Immigration Project
Health Law Clinic
Tax & Transactions Clinic
In the in-house Clinic, students represent real clients in actual cases.
In Field Placements, students work onsite with attorneys in the government or private sector.
If you are currently an enrolled Albany Law student interested in applying for a clinical experience, please login and visit the Law Clinic and Justice Center portal.
The Albany Law School Clinic and Justice Center is funded, in part, through public grants and private donors. To make a donation, contact Anne Marie Judge, interim assistant dean for institutional advancement, at
email@example.com or 518-445-3219, or
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