From Laura Rovner, Ronald V. Yegge Clinical Director and Associate Professor of Law

Since 1904, the law school’s clinical programs have given students the opportunity to learn about lawyering skills in the real world of clients who face a variety of issues for which they might not otherwise have legal representation. At the same time, the clinic provides students the opportunity to learn and practice these skills under the supervision of clinic faculty who work to ensure that all students obtain valuable educational experiences. Working in the clinic is one of the most exhilarating and gratifying experiences of our students’ law school careers. It is spectacular to watch them grow into skilled and dedicated attorneys.

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