This chapter seeks to develop law clinic students’ reflection and critique of the law by utilising Rawls’ theory of justice to examine social and economic injustices in society. It will be argued that incorporating John Rawls’ concept of distributive justice can contribute to the development of Clinical Legal Education (‘CLE’) beyond the traditional client-centric lawyering model, where the lawyer views their main role as achieving their client’s objectives. Rawls’ theory will be applied to CLE to reflect on social institutions in the Republic of Croatia, namely the Ministry of Justice and the distribution of primary social goods.