Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic: Perspectives

  • Michael Vance

    My time in the clinic was a great foundation for my future career as a transactional lawyer.

  • Lauren Richter, Class of '19

    Not only do you get to help shape the community you live in, but you get to do so while gaining first-hand experience in case-management, client interaction, transactional drafting, and public speaking.

  • Michael Willey, Class of '19

    The Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic offers the best opportunity at Texas Law to explore and develop skills important to the practice of transactional law.

  • Tommy Garber, Class of '19

    The Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic was the best experience I had at Texas Law.

  • Kendall Williams, Class of '17

    It was an amazing experience that exposed me to a nuanced practice of law that is dynamic, impactful, and rewarding.

  • Allison Bendele, Class of '16

    No other programs, including summer clerkships, provided the level of professional development and client interaction that I was privileged to have gained during my time at the Clinic.

  • Hersh Verma, Class of '15

    Not only was the entire experience personally and professionally rewarding, but also I had the chance to use my legal knowledge to further a worthy cause.

  • Stephanie Trinh, Class of '14

    I was able to build off my work in the clinic and it has helped launch my career as a community lawyer in Austin.

  • James Willson, Class of '14

    The Community Development Clinic gave me the most exposure to real clients and real legal work than any of my other classes.

  • John Phillips, Class of '12

    The Community Development Clinic has been one of the best experiences I have had while in law school, and has shaped my career as a lawyer.