Clinics provide a unique learning experience that allows students to inhabit the role of a lawyer and all that it entails, including assuming substantial responsibility for real legal work on behalf of real clients. The in-house clinics are taught by professors whose primary professional commitment is teaching and who have expertise in clinical pedagogy. These faculty closely supervise and are focused on students’ learning and development as they move through the process of handling real legal matters. In clinics, students work closely with both faculty and peers. The clinics include a seminar component, weekly supervision meetings, and case rounds, which are group meetings in which students examine critical incidents in cases, themes that arise through clinic experiences, and targeted lawyering issues. Clinics offer students a unique opportunity to better understand how the law works in real life and to gain valuable practice skills before they graduate from law school. Students in clinics will be certified under the Georgia Student Practice Rule. The clinic structure allows students to draw upon and further develop their substantive knowledge, doctrinal reasoning, lawyering skills, ethical engagement, and professional identity.