The Health Law and Policy Clinic works on cutting-edge legislative, regulatory, and litigation projects at the state and national levels aimed at increasing access to quality, comprehensive health care for poor and low-income individuals and families.
The Democracy and the Rule of Law Clinic works with The Protect Democracy Project to safeguard the key features of a democratic society through litigation and other means. Issues areas include ensuring the impartial application of the rule of law; prohibiting official corruption; and challenging government if it targets certain people or groups in our society.
The Harvard Legal Aid Bureau (HLAB) is a student run-legal services program. Students represent indigent clients in civil matters in varied practice areas, including family law, housing law, wage and hour law, government benefits, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) matters.
The Family and Domestic Violence Law Clinic of the Legal Services Center focuses on offering clients legal assistance on divorce, domestic violence, paternity, child and spousal support, adoption, and guardianship.
The Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic focuses its advocacy efforts on using the law to promote financial stability, access to healthcare, and dignity for veterans and their families and persons with disabilities.
The Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic offers students an opportunity to do hands-on, meaningful environmental/energy regulatory, policy, and advocacy work covering a spectrum of environmental, energy, and administrative law issues.
The Education Law Clinic engages students in individual special education advocacy and systemic change projects to advance the school success of children who have endured highly adverse childhood experiences.
Students work in State Attorney General Offices around the country in various divisions including: environment, criminal trials and appeals, human trafficking, civil defense, opinion and consumer protection.
The Employment Civil Rights Clinic focuses on rights in the workplace, with a particular emphasis on state and federal laws that prohibit discrimination, harassment, and retaliation based on race, sex, disability, and other protected characteristics.
Students at the Transactional Law Clinics concentrate in one or more of the TLC’s three substantive “clinics”, which concentrate on business and non-profit law, real estate, and arts, and music and entertainment law.
The International Human Rights Clinic’s practice spans a wide range of issues, including arms and armed conflict; business and human rights; women’s rights; ,human rights and the environment; and transitional justice.