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Posted Sept. 21, 2007

Giselle Campbell
Staff Writer

The University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario began a collaboration in spring 2007 with the Los Angeles-based Disability Rights Legal Center to provide free service to the Inland Empire.

In addition to this program, the College of Law recently announced its spring 2008 plans to open its own Clinic for Justice and Immigration.
These two in-house clinics offer ULV law students a chance to practice real cases for clients under supervision.

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