Legal Clinic - Administrative Law Clinic

The Administrative Law Clinic is offered in partnership with Consovoy McCarthy PLLC, and will involve students in all aspects of the administrative process: from monitoring agency activity, to participating in ongoing matters, to analyzing relevant legislative proposals, to writing briefs on important administrative-law issues. The Clinic will provide students with the opportunity to work closely with Consovoy McCarthy attorneys on behalf of pro bono clients to identify subjects of interest, research administrative-law issues, and draft comments and briefs before agencies and in active litigation. (Additional information about the firm and the attorneys is available at: The Clinic classroom component is held in the evenings. Space is limited, and students must have completed Administrative Law (or agree to take Administrative Law concurrently) to be eligible to apply for the Clinic. Students apply via Symplicity.

Students accepted for Spring 2017 who complete all course requirements will receive two (2) graded in-class credits. After its inaugural semester in Spring 2017 and pending faculty approval, the Clinic will be a year-long letter graded course providing two (2) in-class credits in the fall and in the spring semester. For more information about the program’s requirements, please see the Information Packet for the Legal Clinic — Administrative Law Clinic.