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Gonzaga Law School

Clinical Legal Programs


For over 40 years, students have represented real clients in the Clinical Legal Programs. Participants take on causes of people who otherwise would have no representation.

Clinical Legal Programs

Clinical Legal Programs is a non-profit law firm that provides legal advice, representation and counseling without charge to low-income community members. ULA is located in Gonzaga University School of Law and cases are handled by second- and third-year law students under the direct supervision of attorneys.


Clinical Legal Programs offers legal assistance to low-income residents in our community on a variety of matters. Feel free to apply for our services based on the criteria below.


  • We provide representation, advice and counseling without charge to low-income persons 60 years of age and older who are residents of Spokane County.
  • We assist low-income taxpayers with Federal tax problems before the Internal Revenue Service and the United States Tax Court.
  • We provide legal representation to not-for-profit environmental programs in the Inland Northwest.
  • We represent members of the Kalispel Tribe in civil and misdemeanor criminal matters.
  • We assist start-up and development-stage enterprises in business formation and related matters.
  • We represent and counsel low-income individuals and families on immigration law matters, including family reunification, humanitarian protection, and citizenship advocacy.

To Get Legal Assistance: 

Apply to Clinical Legal Programs by directly by calling (509) 313-5791 or contact the Northwest Justice Project’s Coordinated Legal Education, Advice, and Referral CLEAR ServicePlease note: The opinions, work product, and positions advanced by the faculty and students working in the various clinics operated by Gonzaga Law School – Clinical Legal Programs do not necessarily reflect the opinions or positions of Gonzaga University or the School of Law.

Contact Us

Call Us Today
721 N. Cincinnati St.
Spokane, WA 99202
TEL: (509) 313-5791
FAX: (509) 313-5805