CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW — Nearly three months after news broke that a train had derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, students in the Environmental Law Clinic at Case Western Reserve University School of Law held a free legal clinic in East Palestine. The clinic, in collaboration with River Valley Organizing, Community Legal Aid, Fair Shake Environmental Legal Services and the Ohio Environmental Council, aimed to answer resident questions. None of the organizations involved in the clinic benefited monetarily from the event, and aimed to provide community assistance and clear answers for residents who have heard confusing and sometimes conflicting information in the aftermath of the derailment.