Cornell Law Clinic Urges Revised Student Practice Rules

, New York Law Journal

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Since the 1960s, clinical education in law schools has provided real world experience to law students and legal representation to those least able to access it. In this tradition, the Cornell Law School Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic opened its doors in August 2015 and urged re-examination of several local student practice rules and court practices to better reflect the New York bar's growing emphasis on experiential training and pro bono service as prerequisites to bar admission.

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