Gendered Violence and the Law Clinic

Skills, Experience, and other Reflections on Student Involvement in the Clinics

November 22, 2013

Real world experience: a phrase we all too often use but rarely invest in. As young lawyers, fresh out of law school, many of us know the “law” solely through our theoretical pedagogical class discussions regarding person-less plaintiffs and imaginary defendants.

Law Students Serve the Public, Further Their Careers Through Clinical Education

In Chicago’s clinics, students put their classroom knowledge to practical use in the areas of environmental law, domestic violence, entrepreneurialism, and much more.

Even before they are admitted to the bar, students at the University of Chicago Law School can put their developing expertise to work and actually practice law in one of our many clinics. Our clinical programs are both broad and deep, offering students experience in criminal and civil law, in public service and the private sector, in litigation and transactional work and advocacy.

Students Take Lead Role in Creating Gendered Violence and the Law Clinic

Students Start Pro Bono Effort
Bethany Krajelis
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
February 17, 2012

University of Chicago Law School students Eileen Ho and Mishan Wroe spent the past year working to fill a void in their school's offerings.

Faculty: 
Susan J. Curry

Neha Lall

Lecturer in Law

Neha Lall is a Staff Attorney in Legal Assistance Foundation's Housing Practice Group, where she represents low-income tenants in a full-range of housing matters.  Ms.

Syndicate content