New lawyers and military veterans both benefit from school's legal clinic
In her own words, Kyndra K. Rotunda had a bee in her bonnet. The Chapman University law professor had turned away another case from a struggling military veteran - one too complicated for her clinic students to handle.
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#1 Jan 28, 2013
As long as it helps military veterans, then its okay if it ends up helping ( http://www.mactuc.com ) lawyers too. Even if they're one occupation that gets made fun of really often.-Surrey
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