Two years ago, when representing clients charged with prostitution in the Midtown Community Court, Legal Aid Society attorney Kate Mogulescu developed a program to better identify and advocate for vi
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Michelle J. Anderson, Dean, contends: We don't think it makes sense for a student to graduate law school today without real world experience in practice
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