The Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics


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Since 1971, the Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics at GW Law (GW Law Clinics) have played a critical role in enabling students to develop vital skills and values, while providing direct legal services to clients seeking access to justice or access to economic opportunity. The GW Law Clinics is currently comprised of the dynamic offerings listed below:

• Civil and Human Rights Law Clinic
• Civil Access to Justice Clinic (Employment Division)
• Civil Access to Justice Clinic (Medical-Legal Partnership Division)
• Civil Access to Justice Clinic (Family Division)
• Criminal Appeals and Post-Conviction Services
• Criminal Defense and Justice Clinic
• Domestic Violence Project
• Family Justice Litigation Clinic
• Health Rights Law Clinic
• Immigration Clinic
• Prisoner & Reentry Clinic
• Public Justice Advocacy Clinic
• Rising for Justice
• Small Business & Community Economic Development Clinic
• Vaccine Injury Litigation Clinic

Each clinic varies considerably in purpose, duration, requirements, and duties. The clinics also provide an exciting and supportive educational environment where law students have the opportunity to develop lawyering skills and gain insights into law and the legal profession.

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