Arizona Summit (Summit) has clinics in nine practice areas:
- Domestic Violence
- Entrepreneurship / Intellectual Property
- Human Services Campus
- Family Law Litigation Clinic
- Immigration & Human Rights Clinic
- Post Conviction Relief Clinic
- Bankruptcy – Enroll in an evening 2-credit Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic with local bankruptcy “guru” Attorney Diane Drain, if you have already taken the Bankruptcy course and are ready to work with a team serving actual clients undergoing bankruptcy.
- Domestic Violence – An opportunity for a limited number of students to work with Professor Penny Willrich on Saturday mornings at Elim House to render direct legal service to victims of domestic violence. Enroll in Clinic Without Walls; General Practice 908GP (HSC/TLO/Vets) with Prof. Susan Daicoff for 1 credit and submit your resume for consideration to Prof. Willrich by email.
- Entrepreneurship / Intellectual Property – A new clinic serving business entrepreneurial clients: Clinic Without Walls; General Practice 908GP EIP Section with Prof. Fordham for 2 credits.
- Human Services Campus (HSC) Homeless Legal Assistance – This clinic provides face-to-face client service in a fast-paced, general practice environment off campus. Enroll in Clinic Without Walls; General Practice 908GP (HSC/TLO/Vets) with Prof. Daicoff for 2 credits.
- Mediation – Mediate actual civil lawsuits in local courts and for local cities. Enroll in a day, 3-credit Mediation Clinic with Prof. Daicoff, if you have taken Mediation or (otherwise) have the 40-hour training credentials. A student must be able to devote 9 hours a week to mediate.
- Veterans – This clinic serves veterans in need of legal advice and assistance. Enroll in Clinic Without Walls; General Practice 908GP (HSC/TLO/Vets) with Prof. Daicoff for 1-2 credits and arrange to be in the clinic.
Note: The availability of these clinics vary.
The Advanced Clinic is only for returning Clinic students.
Click here to download the Clinical Program Course Descriptions