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Queen's Law students interested in applying for 2018 summer positions, and 2018-19 course positions, were invited to send in applications until February 16, 2018, at noon. The application period is now closed.

A unique experiential learning opportunity, the Queen’s Law Clinics provide our students with hands-on experience while fostering a spirit of community service. Our clinics include business law, family law, elder law, poverty law, and prison law. Through these five clinics, Queen’s Law students are given the opportunity to act with a high degree of autonomy and responsibility, with the guidance and oversight of our Clinic Directors and review counsel. 

Curious about the clinics? Take a look at our most recent Queen's Law Clinic Newsletter (PDF, 2.5MB). You can also read our January 2017, July 2017 and October 2017 issues. 

Learn more about the student experience at our clinics by visiting our individual clinic pages... 

...and visit the Queen’s Law Clinics client site to see the clinics from a client's-eye-view.

The Queen’s Law Clinics gratefully acknowledge the support of Legal Aid Ontario, the Law Foundation of Ontario, Pro Bono Students Canada, the class of Law’81, the United Way, and alumni and industry sponsors.