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Law clerks learn about community lawyering and environmental justice

Oct 19, 2017

Meet Nash, Seth and Robert, MEA's summer law clerks


At Midwest Environmental Advocates, law students can learn a lot about community-based environmental law. They also provide an invaluable service through research, writing and answering questions from the public.

This summer, Nash Hall, Seth Horras and Robert D. Lee served Midwest Environmental Advocates as law clerks. What they took away from their experience will do more than just enhance their law school education. They learned real-world lessons on how the power of the law and the leadership of ordinary champions of the natural resources we share

We are taking applications for law clerkships for the spring semester. Law students should apply before the November 17 deadline.

Learn more about our law clerks and how to apply.

Big thanks to summer interns Christina Nguyen and Jordan Salinsky for producing this video.

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