Clinics

Under the supervision of fully-qualified lawyers, Osgoode Hall Law School students are able to provide legal services to members of the community.  If you are seeking legal representation or advice, mediation, or other services, please see the list below:

CLASP provides legal representation and summary advice for administrative law, criminal law, and immigration law matters.  Please contact us to see if you meet our financial eligibility, live in the geographic area we cover and your issue fall under an area of law that we practice.
Parkdale Community Legal Services provides representation and legal assistance in the following areas Social Assistance, Violence and Health (SAVAH), Immigration, Workers' Rights and Tenants' Rights. Please click here to see if we can help you.  
The Osgoode Mediation Clinic provides free Mediation Services and Conflict Resolution Training to the community surrounding York University. Please click here for more information.
The Osgoode Business Clinic provides basic legal assistance to individuals starting small enterprises, who lack the financial means to obtain legal services through regular market channels. 
The IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic helps under-resourced start-up companies and entrepreneurs take their innovations into the marketplace. Please click here for more details.
The Innocence Project is a clinical program at Osgoode Hall Law School which seeks to address the problem of wrongful convictions. Please click here for information on the application process.