Legal clinical education, Student legal representation, Colorado Rule of Procedure 226, Sixth Amendment, Indigent representation
Sturm College of Law
Both the University of Denver College of Law and the University of Colorado Law School have active student law clinics. Law students in these clinics receive academic credit for representing indigent clients under the supervision of a faculty member or staff attorney. Students in the two clinics are permitted to practice in the Colorado courts pursuant to one of the nation's most liberal student practice rules.
Robert M. Hardaway, Student Practice in Colorado, 10 COLO. LAW. 1600 (1981).
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