The Citizen Lawyer Program exists to advance Iowa Law's teaching and service missions. It is a teaching platform for students to develop the knowledge, values, and skills that are central to law as a professional calling. By offering a wide variety of opportunities for pro bono work, community service, and programs about legal issues, skills, and values, CLP extends students' education beyond the classroom while engaging them directly in the College's mission of public service.

News & Events

The Council on American-Islamic Relations – Chicago office (CAIR-Chicago) is seeking a Civil Rights Law Clerk for Summer 2015.
As indicated in the memo sent to all law students last week, all BSA/PBS service hours dates after March 1, 2015, will be reported using a paper form due to issues with the BSA web portal. Students will report all hours after March 1 at one time, and these will then be reviewed and added by PBS Executive Board members.
Don't miss the Financial and Investments 101 this Thursday, April 2nd at 12:40pm in Room 225! PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED. Please RSVP to law-clp@uiowa.edu.
Two programs this Friday, March 27th, have been designated as Lawyers & Leaders events.
Thinking of becoming a rural attorney? Unsure where you can get additional funding? Law students who are hired by rural practitioners for summer clerkships can apply for financial aid through 2 programs offered by both the Iowa State Bar Association (ISBA) (specifically, the ISBA’s Rural Practice Committee) and Iowa Legal Aid.