Legal Innovations at the Law School Level – The LeXFactor Briefs
This episode of The LeXFactor Briefs covers a Law.com article that looks into the VISTA program created at Villanova University, which is the first university-based online certificate program built to train immigrant advocates.
Lauren and Brad chat about how this program has the potential to affect lasting change in law schools across the country and what it may mean for the legal industry innovation moving forward. For many low-income immigrants, having a DOJ-accredited representative who is also officially trained in immigration law can mean the difference between having secure legal representation in court and being helpless when it comes to the U.S. court system.
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