Students enrolled in Civil Practice Clinic represent individuals in Social Security disability appeals, and children and parents who need special education services in public schools.
The Turner Family Community Enterprise Clinic allows students to represent small businesses and nonprofit organizations in a range of transactional matters, including entity formation, governance, tax, contracts, employment, intellectual property, and risk management. Projects may include creating a new business, drafting a lease or other agreement, or applying for tax-exempt status.
Students enrolled in Criminal Practice Clinic represent adults charged with criminal offenses and children charged with criminal offenses and delinquency.
Students in the Immigration Practice Clinic represent vulnerable low-income immigrants from all over the world before the immigration agencies, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) and federal courts in humanitarian immigration cases.
Students enrolled in Intellectual Property and the Arts Clinic represent individuals, businesses, organizations, groups, and associations in matters in various intellectual property fields, including copyright, trademark, publicity rights, and trade secrets. The Clinic also offers community education programs on intellectual property and arts-related topics.
Students enrolled in International Law Practice Lab will learn specific lawyering skills such as treaty negotiation, research relating to international law and the intersections of international and domestic law.