CARES Clinic: 610-519-3006; Civil Justice Clinic: 610-519-6417; Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic: 610-519-3006; Federal Tax Clinic: 610-519-4123
Providing free legal representation to under-represented individuals by law students working under close faculty supervision.
Civil Justice Clinic, Farmworker Clinic & Interdisciplinary Health Law Clinic applicants must meet or slightly exceed legal services financial guidelines.
CARES Clinic applicants have no income guidelines.
Federal Tax Clinic applicants’ income must not exceed 250% of federal poverty guidelines.
Referrals & appointments required. No walk-ins. Cases are screened for case type & financial eligibility & are selected for their educational value to the student-lawyers. The office operates year-round but only accepts cases during the academic year.
Asylum Clinic: Students represent refugees seeking asylum
protection in the U.S. because of threatened
persecution in the countries from which they
Civil Justice Clinic: Students represent clients in a range of civil
matters including custody, support, disability,
consumer matters, housing & employment.
Farmworker Clinic: Students represent clients in agricultural &
agricultural-related settings throughout eastern
Federal Tax Clinic: Students represent low-income taxpayers in
controversies before the Internal Revenue
Service & in the U.S. Tax Court.
Health Law Clinic: Law students & graduate nursing students
work collaboratively representing low-income
clients in health-related matters.
No divorce, bankruptcy or criminal cases are accepted.
Dveera Segal, Esq.
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