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Winter 2025 Clinic

Government Lawyer: Attorney General Clinic

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Enrollment in this clinic will fulfill the HLS JD pro bono requirement.

Required Class Component: The Role of the State Attorney General (2 fall classroom credits). Students who enroll in this clinic will be enrolled in the required course by the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs. If a student drops the clinic, they will also lose their seat in the required course.
Additional Co-/Pre-Requisites: None.
By Permission: No.
Add/Drop Deadline: Early drop deadline September 6, 2024.
LLM Students: International students on F-1 student visas are required to have Curricular Practical Training (CPT) authorization; LL.M. students are not eligible for CPT.
Placement Site: Various externship placements at AG offices throughout the country during winter term.

The State Attorney General Clinic during the winter term offers students an opportunity to work in state attorney general offices around the country. Clinic work is full-time over winter term and care will be taken to place students in both states and divisions that meet their professional goals, although particular placements are not guaranteed. Winter term placements are generally involved in various divisions of State AG offices: environment, criminal trials and appeals, human trafficking, civil defense, opinions and consumer protection. Students are placed in offices across the country for a three week period. Some financial support is available to assist with transportation and lodging.

Please contact the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs for more information about this clinic ( or 617-495-5202).