Advanced/Continuing Clinic Student Application

Student Application to enroll in ​the same clinic for a second semester

Students are advised to review the Clinic Application & Registration Information Packet before submitting an application.

  • Use the "Advanced"/"Continuing" Clinic student application form below for second and subsequent semesters in the same clinic
  • (Use the Clinic student application form first-time enrollment for Fall or Spring clinics (any clinic))
  • (Use the Summer Clinic student application form for Summer clinic courses (Family and Veterans Advocacy Clinic and Low Income Tax Clinic only))

Students are encouraged to apply to clinics by ​the application due date. Students who apply by that deadline will be notified of their application status before the end of the ​exam period. Applications received after that time will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

In what law school year will you be when you are enrolled in the clinic?*

"Advanced Clinic" and "Continuing Clinic" are different regarding the type of credit earned for the class:
Please indicate type of clinic credit for which you are applying:*

Select the number of credit hours:*

Clinic for which you are applying to continue/advance in:*

Is your current cumulative GPA above 2.33? (To participate in a clinic, you must be in good academic standing.)

Do you speak any languages other than English?*

Have you participated in any other clinics offered at the law school?*

Are you employed?*

Do you plan to stay in this employment or start working, interning or externing with a law firm or government agency during the semester you are enrolled in the clinic?*



  • Conflicts: Clinics operate as law firms. Conflicts may arise if students enroll in a clinic and also work in a law firm or government agency in the first semester. If you plan to intern, extern, or otherwise, work during the semester you are in clinic, you will need to discuss with Dean Herrera.
  • All 3 and 4 unit clinic courses require that students spend a minimum of 6-8 hours per week in the clinical space.
Please type in the block above, or upload below, a brief statement about why you are interested in continuing in the clinic.
Please upload your statement of interest if you did NOT fill in the statement block above.
Please attach your current RESUME (as a pdf).*
I understand that I may not take more than one clinic in one semester or enroll in a clinic and an externship without the consent of the Associate Dean for Experiential Learning. Generally, consent is only granted when students can prove that no actual or potential conflicts will arise during the semester, and the student can demonstrate he/she has adequate time to devote to more than one client experience. Consent will also be conditioned on clinic faculty agreement and enrollment capacity of each clinic.
By entering ​my name in the space below, ​I certify that I am in good academic standing, of good moral character, have no Honor Code violations, and have had no moral character issues prior to attending law school or while in attendance.
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