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Clients can also access services and information from community partners, including: Community Action, Child and Family Services Department, Victim Advocates, Manpower Services Department, Centro Hispano, Housing, Timpanogos Legal Center and other agencies. The TLC is a free legal centre run by the Family Justice Centre (“CJF”) Walk-in Clinic. Law students work with the CJF, a free clinic for people with divorce, custody or family law issues. Advice on immigration and housing is also available. Every first Tuesday of the month, a lawyer is available to advise seniors on common legal issues among seniors. Does your clinic help you resolve consumer law issues related to a lawsuit? This clinic is the best in town because of the great people who serve this clinic. Thank you very much! The BYU Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution (CPCR) at the J. Reuben Clark School of Law is committed to transforming conflict on campuses and around the world. Through mediation, arbitration, training workshops, research, lectures, university courses and consultations, the CPCR supports both BYU and the community beyond campus in building skills and promoting understanding of peace, negotiation, communication and conflict resolution.

No restrictions; serves community members, not just students. BYU Law offers a variety of live client clinics that allow students to practice legal skills under the supervision of a faculty member or practicing lawyer. Ask a judge to reduce or cancel a payment to a legally separated wife At the Community Legal Clinic, she offers free legal services to those who need them. Second- and third-year law students under the direction of Professor Carl Hernandez represent clients in areas such as immigration, contracts, housing and other matters. Citizenship and other community courses are also taught at the clinic. Thursdays from 5pm to 7pm (holidays closed) Support in English and Spanish Email: Phone: 801-297-7049 Health & Justice Building, 1st Floor 151 S. University Ave. Provo, UT 84601. Legal Design Clinic Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Clinic Government and Legislation Alliance Community and Economic Development Clinical Alliance Family Law Clinic Mediation Clinic First and Third Thursday Evenings from 5pm – 7pmIn the summer months July-August closed.

The International Centre for Legal and Religious Studies was officially founded and was founded on 1. January 2000 to create the institutional basis for our long-term initiatives in the field of law and religion worldwide. Over the next decade, we have become a recognized leader in the field of religious rights, both domestically in the United States and abroad. Work in the U.S. included congressional support and attendance at numerous conferences in the U.S. Internationally, ICLRS staff now play a pivotal role in organizing and participating in 20 to 30 regional conferences and deliberations on bill reform each year in countries around the world. A partner is trying to push me out of a partnership and take over the intellectual property Do I need an appointment or can I just show up and talk to a lawyer?.