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How Carolyn McAllaster transformed legal aid for people with HIV

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Duke Law’s Carolyn McAllaster has had a profound influence on Duke’s legal clinics and law students as an advocate for health justice.

McAllaster, Colin W. Brown clinical professor emerita of law, was the founder of Duke Law’s Health Justice Clinic, which provides legal representation to low income clients who face barriers due to chronic medical conditions. She directed the HIV/AIDS Policy Clinic, focusing on improving health care policy for individuals with HIV/AIDS in North Carolina and the southern United States.

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