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Stanford Law Students Work on Real-World Problems in New Law and Policy Lab

Stanford Law School’s Law and Policy Lab allows students to work under the supervision of faculty members with real-world clients, such as the EPA, San Mateo Superior Court, U.S. Copyright office and more. 

The only program of its breadth and depth at a law school, the practicums give students the opportunity to learn how to work with experts in a variety of fields analyzing and solving important policy questions of the day.

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