Students who have completed their first two semesters and are in good academic standing are eligible to apply for all clinical courses. All courses require an application and enrollment is limited. Clinics are often over-subscribed, particularly in the spring term. Interested students should apply during early registration to maximize the chance of being admitted.
|Courses||Fall 2023 Credits||Spring 2024 Credits|
|Actual Innocence Clinic||6||6|
|Capital Punishment Clinic|
|Children’s Rights Clinic||6||6|
|Civil Rights Clinic||6||6|
|Criminal Defense Clinic||6||6|
|Disability Rights Clinic||4||4|
|Domestic Violence Clinic||6||6|
|Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic||6||6|
|Housing Policy Clinic||4|
|Human Rights Clinic||6||6|
|Juvenile Justice Clinic||6|
|Law and Religion Clinic||6||6|
|Supreme Court Clinic||6||6|
|Transnational Worker Rights Clinic||6||6|
For details about internships, review the Internship Eligibility and Enrollment Chart.
For questions, contact the Clinical Program Manager Christina Dost at ClinicalEd@law.utexas.edu.