The John Marshall Law School -- Community Legal Clinics -- From the Desk of Director Steven D. Schwinn
Learn in Our Clinics. Advocate in Our Community.

Earn Your Required Experiential Learning Credit

All John Marshall students are required to earn at least 3 experiential learning credits before they graduate. Earn your credits working in one of John Marshall's Community Legal Clinics.

Gain Practical Legal Experience

Work side-by-side with faculty members and attorneys to provide essential legal services to Chicago's under-represented and vulnerable communities.
Gain direct legal experience—from client interviewing and counseling to pre-trial and motions practice to litigation and appellate work.
Graduate with practical experience and the skills and values you need to practice law right away—practice ready, no additional training required.

Serve the Community

We provide a range of services, including representing clients in litigation, spearheading impact litigation and legislative reform, offering public education and outreach, and providing client advice.

Find your passion at www.jmls.edu/clinics/. For more information, contact Professor Steven D. Schwinn, Director of Clinical Programs, at [email protected] or 312.427.2737 ext. 865.

Business Enterprise Law Clinic
Business Enterprise Law Clinic
Provide pro bono business legal services to entrepreneurs and tax-exempt, not-for profit organizations.
IP Patent Clinic IP Patent Clinic
Assist innovation in the real world by helping inventors and small businesses with patent assistance.
     
     
Conflict Resolution Institute & Clinic
Conflict Resolution Institute & Clinic
Work with parties to resolve disputes through meaningful alternative conflict resolution.
IP Trademark Clinic IP Trademark Clinic
Assist mark owners with trademark rights, counseling, and applications.
     
     
Domestic Violence Clinic Domestic Violence Clinic
Help survivors of domestic violence seek orders of protection, find immigration relief, and acquire representation in family law matters.
Pro Bono Program & Clinic Pro Bono Program & Clinic
Represent clients in mortgage foreclosures, juvenile expungement services, civil rights, small claims, and appeals.
     
     
Fair Housing Legal Support Center & Clinic Fair Housing Legal Support Center & Clinic
Represent victims of housing discrimination and transform fair housing and fair lending laws throughout the country.
Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic
Serve those who served by helping with VA benefits appeals and other legal assistance.
     
     
International Human Rights Clinic International Human Rights Clinic
Work in domestic and international courts and tribunals and with civil society institutions to protect human rights in the U.S. and around the world.
   
--- Learn more at www.jmls.edu/clinics/
  Questions or concerns?
Contact Professor Steven D. Schwinn, Director of Clinical Programs, at [email protected] or 312.427.2737 ext. 865.
 
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