Clinics with Openings

In spring 2023, the following law clinics will have openings for students to work hands on with clients, under the supervision of the director, and earn experiential-learning credits.

These are one-semester opportunities. The instructor’s permission is required to enroll, so please scroll down for information about the application process.

Visit the individual clinic pages to learn more about each, and reach out to the clinic director(s) if you have any questions.

Clinic Clinic Director
Center for Patient Partnerships - Health Justice Clinic Professors Jill Jacklitz ( or Sachin Gupte (
Eviction Defense Clinic Professor Sophie Crispin ( or Grace Kube (
Family Court Clinic (Child Support Adjustment) Professor Jennifer Binkley (
Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic Professor Emily Buchholz (
Legal Assistance to Incarcerated People Professor Renagh O’Leary ( or Kate Finley (
Neighborhood Law Clinic Professor Mitch (

Application Process

To guarantee consideration of your application for spring semester 2023 clinics, complete the Clinic Application Form below by October 23, 2022. Space is limited, and applications submitted after this date will be considered only if seats open up.

If you are accepted into a clinic for spring, the clinic director will notify you of your permission to register. You may apply to be considered for more than one spring clinic and will have the opportunity to rank your choices.


For each clinic to which you apply, you will need to upload a resume and cover letter, combined in a single document. You can use the same combined document for all your choices, if you like.

For your clinic application to be complete, you must also fill out information about past jobs and activities on the Law School’s Student Conflict Database.


For questions about the Clinic Application Form, contact Annie Haugen (

For other questions about the application process, contact Associate Dean Weigold ( or one of our clinic directors.

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