June 10, 2015—Luz Herrera, assistant dean for clinical education, experiential learning and public service, discussed the law school’s partnership to launch a solo practice training program in a Los Angeles Daily Journal article.
Luz Herrera, assistant dean of clinical education, experiential learning and public service at UCLA School of Law and one of the program's administrators, said the initiative will help newly minted attorneys tap into crucial networks of support and mentorship as they go about building skills as sole practitioners.
“I set up my own practice in 2002 and I understand what it’s like to struggle with setting up…without any support. We’re trying to organize this in a way that they’re getting training on everything from ethical issues to substantive areas of law.”
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