Applying to IJC - Quick Facts for Students

  • The Immigrant Justice Clinic is a full-year clinic.

  • Students receive seven credits per semester: three for the seminar portion and four for case work.

  • IJC is open to second and third year J.D. students.

  • Students who have not yet completed (a) Evidence and (b) at least one human rights, international law, immigration law or asylum law course must take those courses while enrolled in IJC.

  • Students may not participate simultaneously in both IJC and the Kovler Project Against Torture.

  • Students may apply to the IJC and other clinics in the Clinical Program for the 2019-2020 academic year in the spring semester of 2019.

  • IJC has a mandatory orientation, usually on the Thursday and Friday before school starts in August.

  • For more information about the application process, the Clinical Program's conflicts policy, enrollment options and pre- and co-requisites for the various clinics, explore the topics under "Applying to Clinic."