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Philanthropy Supports Student Legal Clinics

Student directors provide real legal help to people who truly need it.

Both Mikole Soto of Sheridan, Wyo., and Halinka Zolcik of Denver are passionate about helping people. Their dedication shows—Soto is the student director of the Civil Legal Services Legal Clinic, and Zolcik is student director of the International Human Rights Clinic. This student dedication is in turn supported by University of Wyoming’s stalwart donors.

Soto was motivated to become a lawyer to help people with special needs. Her younger sister Laurel was born with learning disabilities and developmental delays.

“(In the clinics) we’re providing real legal help to people who really truly need it,” Soto says. “That’s extremely rewarding. You are able to go in and represent clients on your own under the supervision of a licensed attorney, an experience many of us didn’t think we’d be able to do until after law school. I know that when I’m out of law school, I’ll have that foundation some people might not have when they first come out.”


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