Housing 30 clinical professors who oversee 14 centers and more than 20 individual clinics, our Bluhm Legal Clinic plays an essential role in educating our students and in carrying out important reform to laws and legal institutions here and abroad. Future lawyers at Northwestern Law are exposed to the problems that our society and all societies face in their efforts to support justice.
Visit our Bluhm Legal Clinic website to learn more about the work of each of the centers.
09/01/2014 Prisoner exonerations are at an all-time high, and it's not because of DNA testing | Alison R. Flaum in ABA Journal
08/27/2014 St. Clair County Sheriff's Office accused of coercing armed robbery confession from black teen | Locke E. Bowman; Alexa Van Brunt; Laura H. Nirider JD '08 in The Madison County Record
08/25/2014 Wisconsin, Indiana Join Rush for Same-Sex Marriage Review | Andrew M. Koppelman in Bloomberg
08/20/2014 Northwestern and Michigan Are Partners in the Pursuit of Justice for the Wrongfully Convicted | Steven A. Drizin JD '86 in The Huffington Post
08/19/2014 Quinn OKs DNA tests for defendants who plead guilty | Center on Wrongful Convictions in The Chicago Tribune