The Mitchell Hamline School of Law Self-Help Clinic is a student run pro-se clinic organized for the following purposes:
- To provide opportunities for members of the law school community to serve low-income, disadvantaged, and public interest legal needs in family law and criminal expungement matters.
- To aid low-income, disadvantaged clients in filling out motion paperwork regarding family law matters and criminal expungement matters.
- To connect low-income, disadvantaged clients with volunteer attorneys during the clinic hours.
- To connect with and learn from legal professionals engaged in the practice and development of pro bono, volunteer legal opportunities.
- To serve as a resource for the development of legal skills to help serve others.
- To enhance the experience of students interested in quality pro bono legal work.
Family Law Director
Criminal Expungement Director
Housing Law Director