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Please indicate that you have read the Clinic Guidelines, including rules about prerequisites, conflicts of interest and student practice.

Please verify your ability to take a day-time clinic. Indicate whether you are generally available for day-time work (outside of regular classes), whether you work during the day but have flexibility to attend occasional client meetings or court appearances during the day, or whether your job or other responsibilities preclude any day-time clinic assignments.

Please indicate below whether you will be working for the federal government or the District of Columbia *in any capacity* during the time you are enrolled in clinic.

Conflicts of interest may also exist with other employers. If you will be working (paid, unpaid, intern or extern positions) during the the time you will be enrolled in clinic, please enter the name of your employer(s) and your position(s).
Both full-time and part-time students must rank each and every clinic. Any repeats will be removed so ranking the same clinic more than once provides no benefit and may confuse your preference order.

For Fall 2017, evening clinics are Community Development Clinic, Government Accountability Clinic, and, if enrollment warrants, Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic. Therefore, it is listed as both a possible evening and a possible daytime clinic. If we have insufficient enrollment for three evening clinics in the fall, Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic will be offered as a day-time clinic in the fall and as an evening clinic in the spring semester. Part-time students who rank the evening clinics as their top three choices will receive a preference for these clinics.

If this is your second clinic, your prior clinic should be listed as your last choice.
Students assigned to the Criminal Law Clinic must attend LSIC's clinic orientation program, which will meet 9-6 from Monday, August 14 through Friday, August 18, 2017. Please indicate whether you will be able to attend this orientation program if assigned to Criminal Law Clinic.

Feel free to add comments about your answers or about this process.

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