To be a profession-ready lawyer, you need experience. Learn how to apply doctrinal law while representing clients under the supervision of your faculty-mentors. Through close supervision and rigorous feedback, you’ll develop competence in law practice management and professional responsibility as well as a deeper understanding of substantive law. While providing a stellar educational experience as student attorneys, our clinics also provide much-needed, otherwise unavailable legal resources to the communities and people of Central New York. If you are interested in obtaining legal assistance from our office, please review our intake guide.
Explore our nine in-house clinics:
Children’s Rights & Family Law Clinic
Community Development Law Clinic
Criminal Defense Clinic
Disability Rights Clinic
Elder & Health Law Clinic
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
Securities Arbitration & Consumer Law Clinic
Wohl Family Veterans Legal Clinic
We are now accepting applications for Spring Clinics for 2019. Please download, complete, and submit the Spring Clinic Application[PDF] to the Clinic Suite by Monday, November 5 by 4 p.m.