How Texas Can Help Lawyers Help Children: Austin American-Statesman

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Tiffany Roper /(512) 320-0222

October 14, 2005

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Aimee Blanchard, a 2002 graduate of The University of Texas School of Law, went to law school to become a child welfare attorney. She even spent a year working with abused and neglected children at the Children’s Rights Clinic, a hands-on clinic at UT. As a student attorney representing the legal interests of child clients, Ms. Blanchard did a lot of things that practicing lawyers do" interviewing clients, developing legal strategies for her cases, and arguing her clients’ positions in the courtroom.