Community lawyering, when practised through clinical legal education clinics, provides opportunities for law students to engage directly with poor and disadvantaged communities about pressing legal matters.  Students learn about the barriers in law, and lack of access to justice for these communities.  This form of lawyering is inter-disciplinary with creative and responsive service delivery models.  Students work to empower not just the individual client, but the community or group’s interests as a whole.  Community lawyering, when it involves students, is about achieving justice for disempowered individuals and communities while educating and inspiring students simultaneously.  This is central to the ideas of justice education and GAJE goals.