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In-House Clinics are legal clinics housed within the law school providing legal services to actual clients facing real legal issues. Whether you are an aspiring criminal lawyer looking to hone your trial skills or criminal appellate skills or desire to be a business lawyer, our In-House Clinics offer you the opportunity to practice in your chosen practice area. If you are interested in counseling asylum seekers to the US or want to practice immigration law, we have in-house legal clinics that will provide you that opportunity. With an In-House Clinic, you will be the primary contact for your client; counseling your client directly on their legal issues. In-House Clinics are semester or year-long and are 3, 4 and 6 credits, depending on the Clinic.

DePaul Law currently offers clinical programs in the following seven practice areas:


DePaul Legal Clinics
25 East Jackson Blvd.
Suite 1050 (O'Malley)
Chicago, IL 60604

Important Information:
DePaul College of Law will no longer be offering the Family Law clinic or the Mediation as Advocate clinic. The Technology/Intellectual Property clinic is also being put on hiatus until the Spring or Fall of 2019.