Join faculty in this casual event to learn about the latest from Michigan Law's clinical program, which has grown to include 17 distinct clinics. The program offers students the opportunity to work on issues across a remarkable array of practice areas, including transactions, litigation, and everything in between. This event will feature remarks from Clinical Professor of Law Debra Chopp, the associate dean for experiential education and director of the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic. In this session, faculty will share how clinical education has evolved in recent years, and discuss the work that the clinics are doing to represent children, families, small business owners and nonprofit agencies, the wrongly convicted, human trafficking victims, asylum seekers, startups and makers, organizations bringing business solutions to some of the world's most pressing problems, and individuals in need of core civil and criminal legal services.