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Summer 2013
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Alumni newsletter from Penn Law Clinics

Message from the Clinic

Welcome to our inaugural Clinic Alumni E-Newsletter! We hope this letter will share our news, and more importantly, allow us to find out about and feature your latest exciting accomplishments. The Gittis Center for Clinical Legal Studies at Penn Law continues to grow in depth and breadth. We’re excited to share stories here from three of our clinics, the Civil Practice Clinic, the Interdisciplinary Child Advocacy Clinic, and the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, as well as a feature story on one of our many star students. Look for stories from the other six clinics in upcoming editions.

In addition to sharing with you what we’ve been doing here in Philadelphia and across the world, we also hope this newsletter will serve as a catalyst for you to share with us your own stories and reconnect. Click on any of the blue buttons to re-connect with us. We are always interested in hearing from our alums and receiving feedback on the clinical experience, what it has meant to you, and how it can better serve future students. We’re also interested to learn about ways you would consider becoming more involved and we welcome your nominations for fellow alumni to feature in future newsletters!

We hope you enjoy catching up with us through this e-newsletter, and that it serves as the beginning of an ongoing and dynamic dialogue among us all for years to come.
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Student Spotlight
 
Kimberly Wexler (L ’13) was selected to receive the CLEA (Clinical Legal Education Association) award for Penn Law for 2013, for her exemplary work in both the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic (“ELC”) and in the inaugural semester of the Detkin IP and Technology Legal Clinic (“IPC”).

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Nominate alumni to feature in future newsletters

ICAC Ensures a Safe Home in U.S. for Teen from Mexico

Law students from our Interdisciplinary Child Advocacy Clinic spent the past year successfully advocating for a young client who left an abusive home in Mexico.

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CPC Fights to Save Family Homes in Philadelphia

Many clients come to Penn’s Civil Practice Clinic (CPC) seeking to ensure safe shelter, from landlord-tenant cases to fraudulent deed transfer and quiet title work. 

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ELC Helps Teacher-Entrepreneur Expand Pilot Program

This spring, an ELC student negotiated a contract with seasoned attorneys from the School District of Philadelphia to permit a summer learning program to expand to serve 480 additional students.

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Share your Penn Law Clinic experiences & how they shaped your career
The Gittis Center, Penn Law’s teaching law firm, is devoted to nurturing reflective, responsible, ethical lawyers by vesting students with primary responsibility for resolving clients’ real-life problems in a supportive learning environment characterized by teaching of essential skills, individualized mentoring, and supervision by faculty-practitioners.
Our individual clinics are as follows: 
Civil Practice Clinic
Criminal Defense Clinic
 Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic
Detkin Intellectual Property & Technology Legal Clinic
Interdisciplinary Child Advocacy Clinic
Legislative Clinic
Mediation Clinic
Supreme Court Clinic
Transnational Legal Clinic
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