Emory Law's legal clinics offer experiential learning opportunities through direct client experience.
Emory Law engages students in both substantive knowledge of the law and the practical application of skills learned in the classroom through our acclaimed legal clinics. Students work under the supervision of clinical faculty and experienced attorneys as they advocate for clients with real-world legal needs, experience first-hand the challenges of the legal profession, and begin a lifetime commitment to public service.
|Barton Child Law Public Policy and Legislative Clinics »||The Barton Policy and Legislative Clinics are committed to the use of sound legal and scientific research and development of evidence-based reforms.|
|Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic »||The Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic (JDC) is dedicated to providing holistic legal representation for children in delinquency, educational advocacy, and status offense proceedings.|
|Barton Appeal for Youth Clinic »||Students in the Appeal for Youth Clinic provide holistic appellate representation of youthful offenders in the juvenile and criminal justice systems.|
|International Humanitarian Law Clinic »||The International Humanitarian Law Clinic is a research and advocacy institute that promotes the law of armed conflict and fights to eliminate torture, war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity.|
|Turner Environmental Law Clinic »||The Turner Environmental Law Clinic provides important pro bono legal representation to individuals, community groups, and nonprofit organizations that seek to protect and restore the natural environment for the benefit of the public.|
|Volunteer Clinic for Veterans »||The Volunteer Clinic for Veterans assists those who have served our country with the legal issues that they face, including claims for service-connected disability.|