GSU Students: Try a Clinic Because it is the Best Thing You’ll Do in Law School

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Click here to learn why Cassandra Bradford, member of the clinic’s inaugural Fall 2013 class, believes law students should experience the Investor Advocacy Clinic.

Bradford, who has participated in both the Investor Advocacy Clinic and the Philip C. Cook Low Income Taxpayer Clinic says,

“Participating in clinics was the best thing I have done in law school. Even if you work at a law firm, you rarely get the opportunity to practice law and handle your own cases while having a mentor and supervisor to guide your steps.  I got to learn the essential lawyering skills that are not taught in law school, like how to build a good client relationship and how to handle a difficult situation.  Clinics offer the chance to dive into a field and see if you really have a passion for something, and helped me decide what I want to do.”

Learn more about the Investor Advocacy Clinic during the Experiential Course Information Fair on September 17 at 12:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m. in the West Exhibit space.

Ready to apply?  Check out the application here.