Wednesday, May 1, 2019

My Clinical Experience at Loyola

Hello again!

I have to say that I am starting to freak out because graduation is coming! The time is flying and I can’t believe I am about to graduate. But we will talk about that soon.

Today I want to talk about the experience that I am having here at Loyola Law School. We have so many options, such as externships, on-campus jobs, clinics, etc. It’s important to find out where and which area fits the best so you can enjoy your time with these opportunities!

Last semester, I started to work on campus as a Research Assistant at The Coelho Center. We focus on disability law and I am learning so much, especially because that is an area of law that I have never experienced before.

Also, I am a volunteer at the Project for the Innocent, and I have to say: I love that place and I think that the work that the Project does is so important for society today! The Project does pro bono work for inmates that were wrongfully convicted, so basically they are in prison but they are innocent. Since the Project started, they won some cases and that means that some people are free today because of the work of the Project! So, as you may notice from my enthusiasm of talking about that, I am enjoying the experience so much – especially because that is the area of law that I want to work with.

As you can see, Loyola Law School is so much more than only classes (by the way, they are amazing!), but you will have so many opportunities here and learn more than you can imagine!

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