Law schools have a unique potential in helping members of the armed forces: forming clinics to provide them with legal assistance. Only one initiative has emerged so far to fulfill that potential: the Clinic for Legal Assistance to Servicemembers at George Mason University School of Law. This clinic has received many inquiries from law schools (and others) about launching a similar program. There are a number of key elements underlying a successful program that interested law schools should keep in mind.
LAW SCHOOL CLINICS
Helping our troops
The National Law Journal
July 28, 2008
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