The Economic Justice Institute is home to UW Law School’s five civil, anti-poverty clinical programs.
At EJI, our mission is both to educate law students through teaching, supervision and reflection, and to enable more people — especially those who can’t afford to hire lawyers — to access civil justice. Students gain real-world legal experience, empowering clients and the community through information, advocacy and methods of alternative dispute resolution.
Law students: gain hands-on legal experience
- Work on wide-ranging set of cases and problems
- Help real clients under supervision of skilled attorneys
- Learn how the law affects social issues
- Apply for positions in November of each year. If selected, students enroll in a clinic from May to May
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Looking for legal assistance?
To contact any of our clinics for assistance:
call 608-890-0678 or email email@example.com. Se habla español.
If you require assistance that isn't covered by EJI, review the Wisconsin State Law Library listing.
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