Family Law and Housing Clinic

About Us

The clinic provides a community service by representing low-income clients who would otherwise lack access to legal services. Students are given the responsibility to represent clients with legal problems in a variety of civil matters including, but not limited to, family law and housing matters. To the extent possible, assigned cases will reflect areas of interest to participating students.

For Students

The Family Law and Housing Clinic is offered as a full-year* graded clinical course during the Fall and Spring semesters. Participants earn six credit hours per semester and earn a total of twelve credit hours for the year. Participants are limited to third year law students. A maximum of 8 students are selected for the academic year.

For Clients

The Family Law and Housing Clinic provides a community service by representing low-income clients who would otherwise lack access to legal services.

Contact Us

The Family Law and Housing Clinic does not accept walk-ins or direct requests for representation. You must apply to LANWT before being considered for representation.