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Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy

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Health Justice Project - Clinic Application
Law students currently in their second or third year of law school are eligible to participate in the Health Justice Project clinical component (6 credits) and in the Introduction to Health Justice course (3 credits). First year students are invited to participate in a number of ways, including volunteering to conduct client intake, participating in service days at local health centers, and contributing to advocacy efforts. 

Students should expect to commit a significant amount of time each week to their work in the Clinic including, but not limited to, participation in a 2-hour seminar, a 3-hour precept with medical residents, 5 hours of didactics at Erie Family Health Center, and client related work. Students enroll in the clinic for six credits. In order to participate in the Clinic, students must attend a mandatory orientation (“boot camp”) and have faculty permission.

To apply, email a scanned version of your completed application to healthjustice@luc.edu by the deadline listed on the application. Students selected for interviews will be notified via email and students selected for enrollment will be notified shortly after interviews occur.

Click here for the application to the Health Justice Project clinic. For the application to the Introduction to Health Justice course, click here.

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