Barbara Lock, left, shown with students and tax clinic client Juanita Morales in 2013. Clinic staffers, third-year law students at the University of Idaho, offer free legal services for Idahoans with tax troubles. The program benefits clients in need but also gives students real-life experience in the courtroom and working with a range of clients.
Barbara Lock, left, shown with students and tax clinic client Juanita Morales in 2013. Clinic staffers, third-year law students at the University of Idaho, offer free legal services for Idahoans with tax troubles. The program benefits clients in need but also gives students real-life experience in the courtroom and working with a range of clients. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Barbara Lock, left, shown with students and tax clinic client Juanita Morales in 2013. Clinic staffers, third-year law students at the University of Idaho, offer free legal services for Idahoans with tax troubles. The program benefits clients in need but also gives students real-life experience in the courtroom and working with a range of clients. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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Law students use their skills to help low-income residents with their tax troubles

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