The University of Minnesota Law School will be launching a Gun Violence Prevention Clinic in January, which is believed to be the first in-house law school clinic in the nation with a focus on promoting gun violence prevention through strategic litigation.

The clinic, a three-year pilot project, will utilize student pro bono legal work to support and litigate cases that help reduce injuries, deaths and trauma resulting from gun violence, according to the school’s announcement.

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