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Resident Adjunct Professor
875 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
Students provide legal services and assistance to women as they leave the state women’s prison in Shakopee, Minnesota. An extension of William Mitchell’s LAMP Clinic, this clinic provides a holistic model of representation.
The Reentry Clinic in Numbers
Over the past year, 13 certified student attorneys have assisted 45 clients at the Reentry Clinic, completing more than 1200 hours of legal work.
The Reentry Clinic News
- The Reentry Clinic at William Mitchell is pleased to announce the opening of the art exhibition, “Beyond Prison – Self Portraits and Reflections,” to be featured at the William Mitchell gallery from March 10 through April 15. The exhibit will feature five women released from prison within the last two years sharing their self-portraits with […]
- As part of its mission to “change the universe through women’s stories,” Minnesota Women’s Press has recognized William Mitchell College of Law educators Ellen Kennedy and Joanna Woolman among their 2010 Changemakers—women who have demonstrated wisdom, courage, and strength to inspire others to look at the world through a different lens. Ellen Kennedy, executive director […]
- Watch the KARE-11 story about the William Mitchell Reentry Clinic
- Mitchell 2L Sarah Soucie, a certified student attorney with the law school’s Reentry Clinic, helped her client see her children for the first time in months.
- Mitchell LAMP students also will provide legal services to women leaving the prison in Shakopee William Mitchell College of Law will expand the Legal Assistance to Minnesota Prisoners (LAMP) Clinic to include a new Reentry Clinic that will serve women leaving the state women’s prison in Shakopee.