Clarissa Lehne ’18 and Paulina Arnold ’18 worked in the Crimmigration Clinic on a brief to assist a lawful permanent resident facing deportation for a minor crime. The brief helped win the man his release, and the victory has important implications for other immigrants, says Lehne. Learn more about the project and clinical education at Harvard Law School:

Harvard Law School Clinical Experience: Crimmigation Clinic

“Our clinics have a particular power because students aren’t mere interns or simply second-chairing cases—we are grooming them for leadership in the world,” says Clinical Professor Daniel Nagin, vice dean for experiential and clinical education and faculty director of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center. Learn more about the clinical experience at HLS:

Posted by Harvard Law School on Wednesday, July 25, 2018


Via Harvard Law School’s Facebook

Filed in: Clinical Student Voices

Contact Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs