In the Health Care Reform Field Clinic, students are placed with three aggressive, high-profile health law offices – The Legal Aid Society's Health Law Unit; New York Lawyers for the Public Interest's Health Justice Program; and Selfhelp Community Services' Evelyn Frank Legal Resources Center. They work with attorneys assisting low-income New Yorkers as they navigate our fragmented and dynamic system.  Students litigate Medicaid and Medicare benefits claims and appeals; provide seniors technical assistance on Part D drug plans; help frame, research and conduct community education and legislative initiatives; and research and write in support of impact litigation.  The seminar focuses on health insurance coverage and access to health issues under ACA as they impact low-income New Yorkers.