There’s a growing consensus that third-year law students are ready to handle felony criminal matters, provided they have the proper supervision.

This week Ohio became the 42nd state to allow 3Ls to handle more than misdemeanors, changing course after a long campaign led by the Indigent Defense Clinic at the Ohio Justice & Policy Center, a nonprofit that partners with several area law schools.

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