Law professor Judith E. Olingy supports inmates' return to society by starting the first re-entry program designed to help offenders transition back into society.
Since it began in fall 2008, CSLAP has had more than 100 clients. The innovative clinical program connects law students with people on probation or parole to provide legal guidance on such issues as child support or filling out federal social security applications.
“Re-entry clinics are certainly something very much en vogue these days as a way to keep people out of prison from going back,” Olingy said.
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