Clinic Registration 2016-2017
Welcome to Clinic Registration! This site provides students information and materials for all year-long and semester-long clinics for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Clinic Application will be open between March 16 and 12:00pm, noon, April 11, 2016. All students must apply online during that window. Before applying, please:
- Read the CLINIC HANDBOOK in its entirety.
- Read the clinic-specific supplemental materials (found below) for all clinics you are interested in.
- Attend the Clinic Fair on March 16.
- Attend any Info Sessions and Open Houses you are interested in.
Clinic Supplemental Material
Below please find information about each of our 16 clinics. Please read these materials carefully, as some include specific application instructions. For more information, visit each clinic's website by clicking on "Our Clinics" and looking to the navigation bar on the left side of that page.
Affordable Housing Transactions Clinic (Harrison Institute)
Appellate Litigation (YEAR LONG)
Appellate Litigation (FULL TIME, SPRING ONLY)
Center for Applied Legal Studies (Supplemental Information)
***Center for Applied Legal Studies (Supplemental Application)
Community Justice Project
Criminal Defense and Prisoner Advocacy
Criminal Justice Clinic
D.C. Law Students in Court
Domestic Violence Clinic
Federal Legislation & Administrative Clinic
Institute for Public Representation: Civil Rights Clinic
Institute for Public Representation: Communications & Technology Clinic
Institute for Public Representation: Environmental Law Clinic
International Women's Human Rights Clinic
Juvenile Justice Clinic
Public Policy: Climate Change, Health & Food, Human Rights, Trade (Harrison Institute)
Social Enterprise and Nonprofit Clinic
*Beginning in academic year 2016-2017, Street Law: High Schools (which had previously been a clinic), will be a semester-long practicum course. Participants enrolled in either the fall or spring will earn five credits; those who elect to take Street Law for the full year will earn nine credits. Please see the curriculum guide after April 6, 2016 for a course description and enrollment details. In addition, Street Law: Community will be offered in summer 2016; please see here for details. For immediate information about all three of these courses, please contact Professor Richard Roe at firstname.lastname@example.org.