Health insurance and billing practices vary by clinic type and may depend on the patient’s age, family size and income.
In China, for example, owners of such clinics do not have formal medical education.
Clinics sometimes sue big companies and government entities, which has led to pushback in courts and legislatures, including attempts to put limits on whom clinics can sue without losing state subsidies.
According to Avani Bansal in many law schools, clinical legal education is imparted without the support of practical component and lacks policy.
Participation in many of these legal clinics lacks academic credits.
Lack of resources, lack of trained faculty for the purpose, lack of involvement of Bar Council Members leads to ineffective and weak clinical legal education in countries like India.