AIDS Legal Project Celebrates 10 years of service to the HIV/AIDScommunity

November 22, 2006Duke Law News


In 1996, the AIDS Legal Project first opened its doors to clients
with HIV/AIDS. Since then, more than 1000 clients have been
represented by Duke Law students.


The Durham Herald-Sun praised the project on its January
5, 2006 editorial page
, saying, "We are grateful that
students and faculty running the legal clinic -- now in its 10th
year of operation -- remain committed to guiding AIDS patients
through the tricky legal paperwork that can make difficult times
even more so."


The AIDS Legal Project was also featured in a news article
in the Herald-Sun
(PDF).

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