Every Fall and Spring semester the Student Law Office hosts the Clinical Recruitment Fair. In an informal setting in the forum, the fair provides a platform for law students to talk to the clinic faculty, staff and current clinical students about the clinic’s offerings. The Student Information Session is a lunchtime gathering held in a classroom. The clinic faculty talk about their clinical offerings and what the students can expect if they participate in a particular clinic. Students have the opportunity to ask the faculty questions during the session. Within a few days of the recruitment fair and information session, the on-line clinical application process starts. Students have one week to apply to the clinical programs. Students can apply to two clinics, one first choice option and then one second choice option. The applications can be accessed by clicking on the link below.

Click here to Apply for a Clinic »

Note: Registration for the Civil Rights Clinic, the Environmental Clinic, and the Community Economic Development Clinic occur only in the Spring of each year, for the following Fall, as they are year-long clinics. The Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation Clinics are semester-long clinics.

Clinic Fliers:
Civil Litigation Clinic
Civil Rights Clinic
Community Economic Development Clinic
Criminal Defense Clinic
Environmental Law Clinic
Forge Innovation Clinic

Important Dates:
Spring 2017 Orientation – Thursday, January 5 and Friday, January 6
First Day of Spring Classes – January 9
Clinic Recruitment Fair for Spring 2017 Semester – October 13
Clinical Programs/Externship Information Session – October 20
Clinical Programs Social Hour – October 27
Application Dates for Spring 2017 – October 21-October 30
Forge Innovation Clinic Information Session – October 20

Class times for each clinic, Fall 2016
Criminal Defense T/R 12:30-2:30
Civil Litigation T/R 2:45-4:45
Civil Rights M/W 10:30-11:45
Community Economic Development T 4:30-7:00
Environmental Law T/R 1:15-2:30
Forge Innovation Clinic M 3:30-5:00