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The Charleston School of Law has partnered with community organizations to create clinics that support families in need of legal representation. 

Our six available clinics are listed below. 

In addition, the Charleston School of Law clinics offer current law students with the opportunity to learn and serve throughout the community.

Housing Clinic

Charleston School of Law and Charleston Pro Bono work together for their Housing Clinic. This program helps tenants in Housing Court.

Mediation Clinic

The Mediation Clinic conducts mediations in family and civil cases (students will serve under supervision as the mediator.

Domestic Violence Clinic

The Domestic Violence Clinic is a student opportunity available through SC Legal Services. The clinic represents clients seeking orders of protection/restraining orders.

Family Law Clinic

Led by Charleston Pro Bono, the Family Law Clinic represents clients in Family Court matters.

Access to Justice: Parole Clinic

The Parole Clinic represents clients in hearings where they are seeking parole (early release).

Street Law Clinic

The Street Law clinic teaches legal topics to students in K-12 schools.