Svoboda Legal Scholars Summer Program 2020
St. Olaf College’s Svoboda Legal Scholars Program offers an opportunity for a select group of undergraduate students to perform intensive legal research and serve in a legal support role to social impact oriented clinics at the University of Minnesota, Mitchell Hamline, University of Iowa, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University of St. Thomas schools of law. Selected students will have the opportunity to contribute to the work of the clinic under the direction of the clinic director/law school faculty member. Through involvement in this program, students will become more knowledgeable about the field of law and legal services while providing valuable contributions to legal clinics serving diverse, under-resourced populations. This program is supported by the generosity of Paul Svoboda ’81.
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