Application for Temple Law’s in-house clinics is through the Early Application Process. The deadline for submitting applications for in-house clinics for Spring 2020 is October 21, 2019 at 4:00 PM.

In-House Clinic Application

Students will be notified if they have been accepted into an in-house clinic. Notification will be in time for students to register via Priority Registration on SSB, which will take place in October. This is before registration for your other courses, which will begin in November. Detailed instructions for Priority Registration for clinics will be sent by email. For a list of frequently asked questions about in-house clinic registration, click here.

You may apply to more than one in-house clinic. If you choose to do so, you only need to fill out one application form.

Some but not all clinics involve the delivery of legal services to the public by students. Rules 321 and 322 of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court govern the admission of law students to the limited practice of law upon certification of each student’s professional competence and good character. In addition to the specific prerequisites, co-requisites, and certifications listed in the individual clinical course descriptions, all students participating in “live-client” clinic programs must be in good academic standing with a GPA of 2.0 or better at the beginning of the semester they are enrolled in a clinic.

Additional information can be found on the PA Practice Certification page. The application forms can also be downloaded directly from the Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners Website. Completed forms should be submitted to the Student Affairs Office located in Barrack 103.

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