Just three years ago the Stanford Law School Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, the first of its kind, filed its inaugural petition with the Supreme Court.

Since then the Supreme Court clinic idea has spread like wildfire — six top law schools have them now, by last count. In each, top students work with faculty and seasoned Supreme Court litigators to write briefs in a clinic setting for Supreme Court cases.

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