Clinical Education swearing-in ceremony
Forty-two new student attorneys were sworn in Tuesday as part of Wayne Law’s Clinical Education program. These students will serve people and organizations in the community with their legal needs. Delivering the keynote address at the virtual event was Laura Barrera ’16, managing attorney at the Florence Immigrant Rights and Refugee Project in Tuscon, Arizona. Justice Marilyn Kelly ’71, distinguished jurist in residence at Wayne Law, administered the Lawyer’s Oath.
Six Clinics are offered this semester:
- Appeal and Post-Conviction Advocacy Clinic
- Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic
- Business and Community Law Clinic
- Community Advocacy Clinic
- Disability Law Clinic
- Immigration Appellate Advocacy Clinic
Wayne Law has eight live-client clinics where students work under the supervision of a licensed attorney and take on real clients and real cases. For more information on Wayne Law’s Clinical Education program, visit law.wayne.edu/academics/clinics.