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.
Currently, several clinics are offered including:
- Advanced Bankruptcy Clinic
- Bankruptcy Clinic
- Child Advocacy Clinic
- Criminal Defense Clinic
- Criminal Prosecution Clinic
- Education and Youth Justice Clinic
- Immigration Law Clinic
- Senior Citizens Law Project
- Small Business and Not-for-Profit Law Clinic
- Veterans' and Servicemembers' Right Clinic
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