Law School Celebrates 'Occupy Wall Street Clinic'
9:21 AM, Jul 2, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
Hofstra University Law School has released a press release celebrating a settlement its "Occupy Wall Street Clinic" reached with the City of New York over "a protester who sustained injuries while being arrested at an Occupy Wall Street demonstration."
According to the settlement, Occupy Wall Street protester Sade Adona will receive $25,001 from the City of New York. "In her Complaint in the case, Ms. Adona alleged that members of the NYPD falsely arrested her during that protest and unconstitutionally used excessive force in her arrest. In the case, the City also agreed to a judgment of attorneys’ fees of $24,000 for the Hofstra Law Clinic and $11,000 to Gideon Oliver," the settlement reads.
Tuition at Hofstra last year for full time students was $47,034.
The press release notes:
Finally, it concludes, "The OWS Clinic has already started on its next case."
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