This chapter reflects on how to incorporate the study of social movements into Clinical Legal Education (‘CLE’). Using his experience teaching at the University of California, Los Angeles (‘UCLA’), one of the foundational CLE programmes in the United States, Scott Cummings explores approaches to teaching movements in the CLE context and beyond. These include: building communities of students who are connected to movements for social change and reimagining law school as a space where political engagement is valued and even promoted; mobilising faculty resources to develop courses and extracurricular projects that connect students with local struggles and leverage law school resources to challenge local poverty and inequality; and channelling lessons learned from these efforts back into teaching and scholarship.