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Each academic year, some 550 HLS students explore the practice of law in the world around them through a diverse set of clinical legal offerings administered by the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs.

Through clinical offerings, students engage in supervised projects spanning the globe — assisting underserved clients, developing crucial legal resources, and conducting policy-based research. Notable recent clinical engagements abroad have included:

Closer to home, many students provide direct representation of clients or work on complex questions of refugee and asylum law, criminal defense, environmental law, civil legal services, and education rights.