Interprofessional Center

for Counseling & Legal Services

Legal Services Clinic Application Information Sessions for Fall Semester 2013 and Spring Semester 2014 are now available

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Fall Semester 2013 and Spring Semester 2014

Please remember that clinic applications are due electronically by 5:00 p.m., TODAY, Monday, March 11. 

Please download the clinic application as indicated.  The application is four pages long.  Once downloaded, please save the application to your local device or you will lose your content.  When you are satisfied with your application and have inserted your resume and unofficial transcript (required only for Professor Sisk’s appellate clinic), upload your application as instructed on the website.  You will receive a confirmation email message indicating that your application has been successfully sent.  If you have questions, please feel free to contact Kathy Mann Arnott by email (klbredesen@stthomas.edu) or phone, 651-962-4950. 

Please see below for the application.

Download&SaveClinicApplication_Fall2013Spring2014

Upload&SubmitClinicApplication_Fall2013Spring2014

‌Thanks for your interest in clinic!

Clinic faculty, current students and staff will present information about clinic and be available to answer questions.
Attendance at an information session is recommended, but not required for application.  If you are unable to attend and have questions, please feel free to contact Kathy Mann Arnott, klbredesen@stthomas.edu.

CIVIL CLINIC OVERVIEW: Clinic students will learn the substantive law, lawyering skills and professional ethics necessary to serve clients in one of ten practice groups:  Appellate, Immigration Appellate, Bankruptcy Litigation,  Consumer Bankruptcy, Federal Commutations, Misdemeanor, Nonprofit Organizations, Community Justice Project, Elder Law, and Immigration Law. 

NOTE:  There is only one application and selection process for the 2013-2014 academic year – if you wish to apply for clinic for the 2013-2014 academic year, you must complete and submit your application in this process. 

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