Please review the instructions below carefully. All interested students should apply for a UB Law’s Legal Practicum via the online application. Please note that there is a separate application for applying to a clinic.
Practicum and externships applications proceed through a similar but separate process.
Applicants should be aware that practicum students are NOT considered members of the UB Law’s Clinical Legal Education Program Law Practice, and will not be admitted to practice under a practice order. However, you will be eligible to earn hours towards your pro bono requirements, and taking a practicum will satisfy four hours of your experiential learning requirement.
In order to give opportunities to all students who want an experiential learning experience, students are strongly discouraged from enrolling in more than one experiential course in a semester (i.e., a clinic, practicum, or externship). Permission will be granted in very limited cases, and only after a meeting with Professor Kim Diana Connolly.
Questions regarding the clinical program or related experiential learning should be directed to Professor Kim Diana Connolly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply for a practicum, please: