Ninety UW Law students begin clinical programming in May

Ninety law students began their work this week in UW Law School’s ten in-house clinical programs.

Student experiences range from helping patients navigate the health care system to litigating claims on behalf of consumers to assisting incarcerated people with their legal needs.

Students will work full-time for the next 12 weeks, immersing themselves by guiding clients through complex legal issues. By the end of the summer, clinical students will have contributed over 40,000 hours of legal work for people in Wisconsin who would otherwise go unrepresented.

  

Submitted by Law School News on May 31, 2018

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