Yisroel Schulman finished his first year at New York's Cardozo School of Law utterly disenchanted with his future profession. "The first year of law school was so theoretical that I couldn't see the relationship between the law and helping people," he said. But when Schulman heard about Cardozo's Bet Tzedek Legal Services Clinic, his thoughts of quitting law school evaporated.
Repairing the World One Client at a Time
New York Law Journal
July 31, 2000
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