On November 5, 2015, Stanford Law School celebrated the 10th Anniversary of its Immigrants’ Rights Clinic.
To mark the occasion, SLS welcomed back 3 alumni, Andrew Bruck, JD ’08, Alvaro Huerta, JD ’10, and Michelle Parris, JD ’10, who were students in the clinic for a discussion on the how the clinic experience impacted their careers.
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The Mills Legal Clinic provides in-depth, hands-on learning opportunities. In addition to incubating tomorrow's public service, public interest, and pro bono lawyers, our clinics are a training ground for future lawyers, whatever their career interests—whether to join a large firm, become entrepreneurs or scholars, make policy, or engage in public service.