The Law Clinic & Justice Center offers valuable practical experience for academic credit.
You might help a disabled child receive a better education, or an AIDS patient gain access to health care. You might resolve a dispute for a victim of identity theft.
Students have helped domestic violence survivors find protection for themselves and their children. Other students have prosecuted the batterers.
The Clinic provides ample opportunity for every student to participate, and some choose more than one clinical experience during the course of their studies.
Along with the inhouse clinics, there are some 200 opportunities to internship off-site, where students gain experience, learn from practitioners in the field, and meet professional contacts.