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Students who have completed at least thirty (30) hours of law school course work and are in good academic standing (see "Nevada Supreme Court Student Practice Rule" under Clinical Program Information at the bottom of this page) can be certified for limited practice, which includes conducting investigations, interviewing witnesses, interviewing and counseling clients and representing clients before legislative and administrative bodies. Students with at least forty-five (45) hours of law school course work and are in good academic standing gain experience as lawyers practicing law under the Nevada Supreme Court Rule governing practice by law students. Working under the direct supervision of faculty who are licensed lawyers, students perform the full range of functions necessary for proper client representation, including appearing in the Nevada Courts. (These hours do not apply to the students enrolled in the Mediation Clinic.)

Students interested in registering for a clinic must complete an application form. For information letter and application form, click below:
Spring 2015 Clinic Information Letter (PDF)
Spring 2015 Clinic Application Form

All prospective clinic students must read the Nevada Supreme Court Student Practice Rule (PDF)