General information about individual clinics can be found below:
An Open House is held twice a year in fall and spring (prior to registration for the next semester) for interested students to gather information on the clinics. Clinic faculty and current clinic students are available for an "everything you ever wanted to know about clinics at University of Baltimore School of Law" question and answer session.
No, as long as the pre-requisites or co-requisites for the course have been fulfilled. Evidence is a pre-requisite of all clinics, except for Community Development clinics. See the pages for Law Clinic application and/or the Clinic Selection Policies and Procedures for more complete pre and co-requisite information for clinics.
The clinic administrator performs the lottery determining student placement. A list of students eligible to participate in clinic will be posted online on the Clinics in Action page. Please follow the instructions for each clinic on how to contact the faculty to set up an interview with them.
Appellate Practice – 4 credits
Civil Advocacy – 6 credits
Community Development – 6 credits
Criminal Practice – 6 credits
Disability Law – 3 credits
Family Law – 6 credits
Immigrant Rights – 6 credits
Innocence Project -- 6 credits
Mediation Clinic for Families – 3 credits
Several of the clinics hold evening seminars: Appellate Practice, Community Development and the Innocence Project Clinic. The Mediation Clinic for Families also may be particularly appropriate for evening students. The main clinic building is open evenings and weekends during the semester to enable evening students the same access as day students.
The Criminal Practice Clinic is offered in the Summer.
Applications for Summer term and Fall semester are usually available by the first week in March and due at the end of the month. Applications for the Spring semester are available in early October and due at the end of that month. Watch your UB e-mail account for more information on application availability and deadlines.
You can always turn in an application late and be considered for the wait list.
After you have made your initial appointment with your faculty, your name will be added to the Clinic Permissions List in Peoplesoft and you may register. If you experience any problems registering, call Laura Garcia 410.837.5659 to confirm that your name has been added.