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Watch Professor Ian Weinstein, Associate Dean
for Clinical & Experiential Programs and Professor of Law, 
on Fordham Law Clinic.TV
YOUR CLINIC WORK IS CHALLENGING, but very engaging and rewarding. You and your colleagues take the idea of helping people seriously.  By the end of the semester you will realize that you played an important role in the outworking of a real case!

Fordham Law has fostered those feelings from the first day, and the clinic is building on that sense of purpose and community.  You are practicing in an atmosphere attentive to ethics and professionalism, where all appreciate that a diversity of views and ideas strengthens community and and helps every individual realize their best self.

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and you'll find more about Fordham's nationally recognized clinical program (Fordham Law School's clinical program ranks 16th in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report's survey of clinical legal educators). No matter which of our law clinics you choose, what you learn substantively about a particular area of the law will be secondary to your immersion in the best traditions of our legal culture and your emergence as a more rigorous legal thinker, a skilled craftsperson, and a caring, responsible professional.  In short, you will be a Fordham lawyer, a complete lawyer.