by Elizabeth Cavallari
This academic year, William & Mary Law School expanded our clinical opportunities to nine different clinics. In addition to our existing clinics (Domestic Violence, Federal Tax, Innocence Project, Legal Aid, Special Education Advocacy, Veterans’ Benefits), we now have an Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic and an Elder Law Clinic.
The Elder Law Clinic provides services to aging population in Williamsburg and the surrounding communities with issues that are often difficult to understand and manage for older people and their families. The Clinic is directed by alumna, Helena Mock.
Ms. Mock was recently interviewed by the ABA, and her interview is featured in The Voice of Experience by the American Bar Association. To read W&M Elder Law Clinic: Training Students and Helping Seniors, click here.