Student Perspectives on Clinic

Chicago-Kent has one of the largest clinical programs of any law school in the country and serves more than a 1,000 clients a year. Students work on fee-for-service cases in a wide variety of clinical practice areas -- criminal law, employment law, entrepreneurial law, environmental law, family law, intellectual property law, mediation, open government/government watchdog law (Center for Open Government), vaccine injury litigation, and tax law -- under the supervision of experienced clinical faculty. 

Listen to law students Catherine Larson '17 (Entrepreneurial Law Clinic), Dalia Labrador '17 (Criminal Defense Litigation Clinic), and Stephanie Langley '17 (Plaintiff's Employment Law Clinic) discuss what they've learned working in Chicago-Kent's legal clinics.

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