Students recommend this clinic for any 2L or 3L who wants to get a real feel for the practice of law. 2L Noel Pace elaborates on his experience winning two federal cases for disability and his opportunity to interface with the medical system while 2L Karshi Doshi talks about how you have autonomy and responsibility for cases but receive great supervision.
Law and medical students speak about their meaningful experiences in the Health Rights Clinic Medical Legal Partnership.
Julie Morgan, Class of 2013, talks about the value of interacting with clients. Watch video
Why did Kayla Leland, J.D. '12, value this clinic? "I got to do what I came to law school to do – be an attorney." Watch video
David Berk, J.D. '12, discusses the benefits of the clinic and how he worked with clients from start to finish. Watch video
Ashley Dewelde, J.D. '12, not only participated as an intern but decided to come back to be a fellow in the Health Rights Clinic. Watch video
Kathryn Desire, JD '11: "...instead of just reading about something in book, you're actually getting to apply your knowledge. Watch video
JoNel Newman, Esq. is the Director of Heath Rights Clinic and a Professor at Miami Law.
Watch video of Professor Newman where she discusses the clinic.
The Health Rights Clinic presently provides legal services on-site to veterans receiving health care at the Miami Veteran Administration Medical Center (VAMC). Read More.
WSVN-TV News 7- Channel 7 featured the work our clinic is doing at Miami's VA Hospital.
Miami Herald - Dual Medical-Law Degree to Provide 'Great Opportunity' for Deep Understanding of Both Fields Clinic Joins Miller School of Medicine in National Partnership
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Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers (ETL)
Our Clinic has been recognized by ETL - an organization dedicated to facilitating innovation and reform in legal education. Read More.
ETL features the Health Rights Clinic in this video on its homepage.
National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP)
NCMLP is a project of the George Washington University School of Public Health and Public Health Services' Department of Health Policy. They have recognized our clinic's medical-legal partnership. Read More.
Access to Justice Clinical Course Project (A2J Clinic Project)
Our clinic is one of 6 law school clinics chosen to participate in and create a course kit as part of this project. Read More.
Patricia Elizee, JD '10, and Larisa Hernandez, JD '09 participated in the Health Rights Clinic and have opened their own firm specializing in areas of the law they practiced while in our clinic. www.elizeehernandez.com