All clinics are taken in conjunction with a required clinical course component. For most clinics, students enroll through Helios during clinical registration preferencing. Unless otherwise noted in the clinic description in the HLS Course Catalog, when a student enrolls in a clinic, they are automatically enrolled in the required clinical course component by the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs. Clinic enrollment and clinical course enrollment are generally linked – if a student drops from a clinic, they will also be dropped from the clinical course and vice-versa. Students may participate in one clinic at a time. Once students have taken a clinic, they may not sign up for it again through Helios.
- The Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic will not be offered in Winter 2016.
- The Law, Development and Global Policy Clinic will be offered in Spring 2016. Please view the clinic description in the Course Catalog for more information.
- Professor Guinier will no longer be offering the Fall 2015 Law and the Political Process Clinic or the Spring 2016 Responsibilities of Public Lawyers Clinic.
- ClinicTalks: Find the right clinic for you. View Spring 2015 Calendar
- WebChats: Ask us general questions about clinical registration in real time. View Spring 2015 Times
- Read the Clinical Registration Handbook (PDF) for an overview of the clinical programs and clinical registration procedures.
- Review the Clinical Curriculum Chart for details about credits, pre- and co-requisites courses, and drop deadlines.
- See the Clinical Registration Checklist for an overview of clinical registration policies.
- Download the Clinical Skills Matrix for an overview of student work by clinic.
- Listen to Clinical Podcasts to learn more about the work in each clinic.
- Read Student Evaluations from past clinical students on Helios. Go to the “Public Service Search” and then filter by “Clinic”.