Law schools operate legal clinics that provide free legal aid to needy individuals and community organizations. It offers law students an opportunity to represent real clients in a vast variety of legal and social issues. Clinics allows easy transition from a law student to a practicing attorney. They provide law students with an opportunity to attain competence in multiple areas of practice. This includes interviewing, counseling, negotiating, oral and written advocacy, researching, legal drafting, and utilizing persuasive and expositive writing. The legal clinic is also a needed resource for the community. Student attorneys can assist government agencies in serving the public by providing legal services to charitable non-profit organizations.