The Domestic Violence Clinic provides comprehensive civil legal services to low-income victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking while educating law students in the skills required for client representation in a litigation-based practice. The goals of the Clinic are to provide invaluable services to the community and to educate students, and to instill in Clinic students a passion for helping survivors.
We recently surveyed Clinic alumni to find out if they were working for survivors after graduation. This is what they said:
We were delighted to hear that so many of our alums are helping survivors!
Also in this issue...
UO Domestic Violence Clinic Gets a New Home
Clinic Alumni Working With Survivors
Caroline Forell: The Best of the University of Oregon
Alumni Spotlight: Amy Hicksted
New Book by Professor Merle Weiner Discusses Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Clinic Spotlight: Kathryn Moakley
Senate Bills 1571 and 1600 Will Help Survivors of Sexual Violence
How Survivor Advocates Can Avoid Burnout
Normal Jealousy or the Start of Abuse?