This winter term, approximately 132 Harvard Law School students are traveling to over 47 cities and countries across the world to pursue clinical projects that range from working with the Girls Court in Hawaii, analyzing documents with the Judicial Reform Foundation in Taiwan, to developing case studies for the Arts Law Center in Australia.
Within United States, students are traveling to 31 cities to practice with government offices such as the Attorney General Office of California, Kentucky, Maine and Maryland; and organizations such as the Equal Justice Center, Capital Post Conviction Project of Louisiana, and American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Capital Punishment Project. Through the Independent Clinical Program students are representing clients and dedicating their skills to meet the legal needs of the community.
Learn more about the Independent Clinical Program here.
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