“US News & World Report” examined law schools that have started legal incubators, among them the Pace Community Law Practice. In an article titled, “Consider Schools with In-House Firms, Incubators” the piece explores the advantages these programs offer to recent law school graduates.
“At the Pace Community Law Practice, which opened in September, law graduates get hands-on training serving clients who often can’t afford the standard rate for legal services. Their practice areas include immigration, family law and disability rights, among other things.
“‘We’re learning about office management, ethics, interviewing and counseling clients, advocacy,’ says Craig Relles, a 2012 graduate of Pace University.”
The complete article can be read here.