In our in-house Clinics, students represent real clients in actual cases under the supervision of a faculty member.
Law students are building businesses and spurring economic development in New York’s Capital Region.
Students take on the challenging opportunity to prosecute domestic violence and sexual assault crimes while acquiring basic lawyering and courtroom skills.
Students take on challenging and rewarding opportunities to argue cases in court on behalf of persons who have suffered violence at the hands of intimate partners or family members.
Students provide legal services to families, and as resources permit, to individuals who have legal issues stemming from HIV/AIDS or Cancer.
Students are trained to provide direct representation to both detained and non-detained immigrants, including immigrant victims of domestic violence, intimate partner violence and sexual assault.