This podcast is a conversation with our newest clinicians at the University at Buffalo School of Law. Professor Heather Abraham, Director of the Civil Rights and Transparency Clinic is joined by Professor Alexandra “Ali” Harrington, Director of the Criminal Justice Advocacy Clinic and Adjunct Clinical Professor Vanessa Glushefski, Co-Director of the Community Engagement Legal Clinic (f/k/a COVID Law & Community Engagement Clinic). Dive into this podcast to hear about the amazing work of these clinicians, their clinics, and their student attorneys, after joining the law school in Fall 2020 through the COVID-19 pandemic and the work they’re hoping to do in the future!
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