Position: Practicum student, 3 credit course. Note: This course fulfills the professional skills requirement.
Open to: 2Ls and 3Ls
Time Commitment: Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30 to 3:45 p.m. for the first four weeks, 8 hours a week of office hours and a one-hour staff meeting for the rest of the semester.
Location: Sullivan Hall
Type of Supervision and Training: Direct supervision from an attorney is provided, along with training at beginning and throughout.
Application Process: Register for LPRC-425-A online
Contact: Moderate Means Program Staff Attorney Clay Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A few spots remain for an experiential, practice-oriented course! Register now!
Looking for an opportunity to build your client interviewing skills? Interested in family, consumer or housing law and want to apply your learning to real clients’ cases? Want to build or hone your issue-spotting and legal analysis skills? Want to help moderate income clients access low-cost legal services?
This experiential course will give you the opportunity to:
- Conduct a high volume of client interviews via telephone
- Perform legal analysis for each case
- Work with attorneys throughout the state to take the case
What are students saying about this course? A 3L recently shared, “This experience has been the most engaging experience in law school yet, and has given me more confidence in client interaction and my ability to research any civil law topic that comes up.” Click here to read what other students are saying about this opportunity.