Wednesday, August 21, 2013

          MLPS, Innovation Clinics Cited Among 25 Most Innovative at U.S. Law Schools

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          PreLaw Magazine ranks new UC Hastings clinics among the "25 most innovative ideas" in the country.

          The Institute for Innovation Law and the Medical-Legal Partnership for Seniors were listed by PreLaw Magazine as among the 25 most innovative clinics in the country.

          “Our students are working with very young, early-stage entrepreneurs,” said Robin Feldman, professor and director of the Institute for Innovation Law. “Imagine grad students with a dream for a new computer or a new drug delivery system. They each believe they have the next greatest idea.”

          In the Medical-Legal Partnership for Seniors, UC Hastings students develop key lawyering skills through representation of low-income elderly patients at a University of California, San Francisco medical clinic. Students assist clients in legal issues related to health, such as advance health care planning, estate planning and public benefits.

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