A support service for law students
Mitchell Hamline School of Law Counseling Services is a short-term support service for students while in law school.
Established in 1991, the Counseling Services program recognizes the many specific demands and stresses that members of the law school community face in the quest to meet the expectations of self, family, jobs, and education.
All services are confidential. Both the law school and the counselors recognize the student’s need for confidentiality. Counseling information will not be shared with anyone without your written authorization unless it’s legally required. Every effort is made to ensure your privacy, including licensed clinicians who are not Mitchell Hamline employees and a private location for sessions.
Counseling sessions are held remotely using a secure telehealth system.
Note to All Blended Students: Since each State/Country has its own Telehealth rules, if you are out-of-state/country (Not Minnesota), please see our Out-of-State webpage to see which counselor you should choose for support.