Pace's John Jay Legal Services currently offers client representation
clinical experience in four different areas: criminal trial advocacy,
disability rights litigation and transactional representation;
immigration and immigrants' rights; and investor rights/securities arbitration's. The central purpose of a client representation clinical
program is to help students make the transition from doing what students
do to doing what lawyers do, and to make this transition in a
thoughtful, purposeful manner. The key is that the student is the
lawyer—not the assistant, not the researcher, but the lawyer.