Partner Organization

Economic Justice Institute, Inc.

Economic Justice Institute, Inc.

The Economic Justice Institute is home to five civil, anti-poverty clinical programs. The purpose of the institute is to educate law students through teaching, supervision, and reflection, and to enable more people — especially those who are unable to afford lawyers — to access civil justice. The clinics include:


Consumer Law Clinic

Provides law students with hands-on training, designed to assist lower-income clients with consumer-based legal protection services

Family Court Clinic

Law students provide legal information, forms, and guidance to unrepresented family law litigants


Neighborhood Law Clinic

Offers a broad range of legal services including rental housing, employment, and public benefits law

Immigrant Justice Clinic

Provides legal services to Wisconsin's under-served immigrant community, including filing applications for humanitarian relief available to non-citizen crime victims, and defending non-citizens facing removal in Immigration Court

VOCA Restraining Order Clinic (Victims of Crime Act, 1984)

Provides direct legal services to victims/survivors of intimate-partner violence in Dane, Jefferson, Rock, and Sauk Counties