How to Apply
- Corporate Transactional Practice
- Labor and Employment Law
- Roadmap Terminology
- 1L Courses
- 2L Courses
- Business Law
- Civil Litigation/Appellate Practice
- Commercial / Bankruptcy Law
- Criminal Law & Procedure
- Entertainment & Sports Law Roadmap
- Entrepreneurship & Law
- Environmental & Land Use Law
- Family Law
- Intellectual Property
- International and Comparative Law: Business
- International and Comparative Law: Human Rights
- Public Service & Government Practice
- Real Estate Practice: Land Development Practice
- Real Estate Practice: Small Transactional Practice
- Trusts & Estates Law
- Externship Program
- Civil Clinics
- Criminal Clinics
- Conservation Clinic
- Program Areas
- Forms & Applications
- Environmental and Land Use Law Program
- Contact Conservation Clinic
- For Students
- About the Clinics
- Study Abroad
- Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy
- Pro Bono Program
- Semester in Practice Program
- Criminal Justice
- Environmental, Land Use, & Real Estate Law
- Environmental, Land Use, & Real Estate Law Certificate Requirements
- Field Courses
- Co-curricular And Extra Curricular Opportunities for Students
- Experiential Learning
- Career Opportunities
- Interdisciplinary Opportunities
- Trusts & Estates
- Dispute Resolution and Litigation
- Family Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- The Center for Estate Planning
- Center on Children & Families
- Criminal Justice Center
- Center for Governmental Responsibility
- Center for the Study of Race & Race Relations
Steps to Enroll in a Clinic:
Enrolling in a clinical program can be a valuable addition to your legal education. The steps below outline the process for being offered an opportunity to participate in a clinical program.
1. Check to see if your clinical choice requires a Notice of Registrant Clearance Letter to become a Certified Legal Intern.
2. Consider scheduling classes to acquire preference points–see current application for more information.
3. If interested in either of the Criminal Law Clinics take the required courses – see current application for more info.
4. Have at least 48 semester hours completed prior to beginning clinic.
5. APPLY BY THE DEADLINE – through the Clinic Office, 100 Bruton-Geer Hall. You will need to include with the application your Notice of Registrant Clearance Letter from the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.
6.CONTACT THE CLINICS ONCE YOU ARE OFFERED A POSITION AND HAVE ACCEPTED IT.
7. Complete CLI paperwork with Clinic Staff to submit to Florida Supreme Court (if applicable).
The Clinical Information Matrix below will help you gain more informaton about pre-requirements, time concerns, credit hours, and more information