Law School Clinics: What Exactly Does Student Tuition Subsidize?

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  1. Seth R. says:

    It was always my assumption that tuition from the law school was diverted to fund other college departments with a greater overhead than the law school, like say, the chemistry department.

  2. Andrea says:

    I had never thought about those two types of clinics before – interesting. Except now I’m desperately trying to figure out how the Hale and Dorr Legal Services Center at Harvard fits in. I guess leaning toward the second one?

    I agree that one of the most valuable parts of clinical education is to provide training for career where there will be a lot of responsibility early on. There are an awful lot of clients of such lawyers who will benefit from that supervised training.

  3. pungas says: