For any attorney interested in oral advocacy, litigation and the U.S. Supreme Court, constructing a case for argument before the nation's highest court is the chance of a lifetime -- a chance that has become a reality for a group of third-year University of Pennsylvania Law School students involved in a Supreme Court clinic at the school. They helped attorney Stephen B. Kinnaird of Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker prepare for argument in a controversial Kentucky case involving criminal and immigration law.
Law Students See Their Work in Action at Supreme Court
The Legal Intelligencer
November 11, 2009