FIU Law - Clinical Programs
CAJ works with FIU’s College of Law in providing training for foreign law students in legal clinics. The Clinical Program provides legal education through hands-on experience that enables students to apply course work to actual cases and to examine the institutional, ethical and professional issues inherent in the lives of today’s practicing lawyers. The Program offers students exposure to client transactional work, advocacy and litigation in a supervised setting. In addition to the benefits of working closely with professors and legal practitioners, students gain invaluable experience in the art of lawyering from a variety of in-house clinics.
The law clinics focus on immigration and human rights, community development, small businesses and non-profit corporations, consumer bankruptcy, family and children’s advocacy, environmental law, immigrant children protection, investor advocacy, and the H.E.L.P. (Health, Ethics, Law and Policy) program.
Click here to visit the College of Law's Clinical Programs website.