Assume a client of yours has lost a case that has a good likelihood of obtaining U.S. Supreme Court review, but that client is unable to afford counsel or even the cost of printing the briefs necessary to request review. Fortunately, all hope is not lost in such a situation, as appellate litigator Howard J. Bashman can attest, based on recent personal experience.
A User's Guide to Law School Supreme Court Clinics
Special to Law.com
April 2, 2007
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