Monday, August 17, 2015

Clinical Law Program Still Accepting Applications

Thinking about taking a clinic this Fall? Interested in building your legal skills? Want a chance to provide quality legal services to actual clients in a supportive environment?

As part of the COL’s experiential learning program, we offer four clinical courses: the Civil Justice Clinic, the Criminal Defense Clinic, the Foreclosure Mediation Clinic, and the Health Advocacy Clinic. These clinics offer students the chance to represent clients in a variety of settings on litigation, transactional and alternative dispute resolution matters.

The Clinic Application for Fall is available from the College of Law website.

Applications are still being accepted on a rolling basis as long as space is available.

Please note: The Civil Justice Clinic seminar class will meet on Monday from 4:00 to 5:50 and the Criminal Defense Clinic will have their seminar class on Wednesday from 4:00 to 5:50. The Health Advocacy Clinic will have its seminar class on Monday from 2:30 to 4:20. The Foreclosure Mediation Clinic seminar class will be scheduled based on student availability. All clinic seminars will be held at Swen Parson.

Please do not hesitate to contact a member of the clinical faculty if you need any additional information about one of the clinics.

Anita Maddali, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of Clinics, 
Paul Cain, Clinical Professor, Criminal Defense Clinic,
Wendy Vaughn, Clinical Associate Professor, Civil Justice Clinic,
Colleen Boraca, Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Advocacy Clinic,
Alan Boudreau, Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, Foreclosure Mediation Clinic,