About The Clinical Programs
Among its several missions, the School of Law strives to prepare students to be practicing lawyers. While traditional academic course work provides the foundation for skills training, the School of Law has multiple ways for law students to experience the actual practice of law in supervised settings.
A maximum of 12 credit hours may be gained toward the 88 credits required for graduation.
Assist in providing low-cost legal and business assistance to small and emerging businesses in the local community.
Help real-world clients file trademark applications under the supervision of licensed attorneys.
Help low-income clients referred by Community Legal Aid Services resolve housing problems.
Assist low-income clients file applications to expunge (seal) their criminal records, obtain Certificates of Qualification for Employment (CQE), and file clemency applications.
Earn credit while working under the supervision of an attorney in the offices of local prosecutors, public defenders, nonprofit, or civil legal aid organizations.
Provide general civil and criminal legal information to inmates in local county jails in the only student-supervised project of its kind in Ohio, under the direction of staff attorneys.
Provide general legal information to prisoners on criminal and civil problems, under the direction of staff attorneys.