GSU Students: Try a Clinic to Practice Being a Lawyer

Try a Clinic to Practice Being a Lawyer

Click here to learn why Michael McLaughlin, JD ’14, who will soon begin work with Jones Day in Atlanta, believes law students should experience the Investor Advocacy Clinic.

McLaughlin says, “Try a clinic to practice being a lawyer.  I would participate again in the Investor Advocacy Clinic because it is such a unique law school experience. Unlike a typical law school class where work is assigned individually, you work side by side with your classmates and the Clinic’s Director to accomplish your tasks.  Unlike a typical law school class where education occurs solely in the classroom, you personally interact with members of the community by providing investor representation and education.  And unlike a typical law school class where you feel like a student, the Clinic provides an atmosphere for you to feel like a lawyer.”

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

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