The Citizen Lawyer Program exists to advance Iowa Law's teaching and service missions. It is a teaching platform for students to develop the knowledge, values, and skills that are central to law as a professional calling. By offering a wide variety of opportunities for pro bono work, community service, and programs about legal issues, skills, and values, CLP extends students' education beyond the classroom while engaging them directly in the College's mission of public service.

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The Citizen Lawyer Program's 2017-18 annual report is available here: 
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The Organization for Women Law Students & Staff invites you to join them at their annual Spring Seminar. This year the event will feature a panel of four successful female Iowa Law alums that are working in various legal positions in different areas of the country.
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The LGBTQ Micro-Conference on Healthcare, Education, Advocacy and Rights Friday, March 30, 1-5* p.m. (Baker Teacher Leader Center) This conference will spark dialogue, collaboration, and action on campus and in the community for LGBTQ individuals and the organizations and institutions that serve them.  
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Judy Hamilton Crockett shares memories and letters from her father, Major Clair E. Hamilton, a 1921 Iowa Law graduate and Judge Advocate in Nuremberg.  The program will take place on Thursday, March 29 at 12:40 p.m. (245 BLB)
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What's Next in the Legal Profession by Nicolle Schippers presented as part of the Lawyers & Leaders Series on February 23, 2017 (link below).
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