The allure of Supreme Court advocacy is spreading among top law schools. Lawyers from two Washington, D.C., firms will work with students at Yale and the University of Virginia to launch Supreme Court litigation clinics this fall. Other schools appear to be following close behind. All agree that the clinics are not just a ploy for firms to win free labor from eager law students. "Supreme Court advocates by nature have an academic bent," says Mark Stancil of Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck & Untereiner.
Attorneys Take Supreme Court Advocacy Back to School
July 20, 2006
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