Clinics are an integral part of the educational process at Touro Law. Available to full-time students in their second year and part-time students in their third year, and required as a condition of graduation, clinics provide students with an opportunity to represent actual clients with real legal problems and to work with experienced attorney-professors. Under the close supervision of faculty, clinic students advise clients and appear on their behalf in court or at administrative hearings.
In addition to providing valuable first-hand experience, clinics help students hone essential professional skills such as interviewing, drafting legal documents, and investigating and developing evidence.
Beginning with the class entering in the Fall of 2014, every Touro Law student is required to complete a clinic during their final year of law school. Currently, 12 clinics are offered: Advanced Bankruptcy Clinic , Bankruptcy Clinic, Criminal Defense Clinic, Criminal Prosecution Clinic, Disaster Relief Clinic, Elder Law Clinic, Family Law Clinic, Federal Prosecution Clinic, Immigration Law Clinic, Mortgage Foreclosure Clinic, Small Business and Not-for-Profit Law Clinic and the Veterans' and Servicemembers' Right Clinic.
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