Duquesne law clinic provides legal aid to veterans
With the opening of the new Tribone Center fir Clinical Legal Education, the School of Law is able to provide easier access and expanded services to people who need, but can't afford, legal representation.The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette interviewed Laurie Serafino, associate law professor and director of clinical legal education, for this article about of the Veterans Clinic and the new Tribone Center. The article also appeared in Stars and Stripes.
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