Attendance at an Olmsted Law Library clinic is limited to: 1) residents of, or individuals working in, Olmsted County, or non-County residents who have cases that are filed in Olmsted County; and, 2) those who are not currently represented by an attorney on the matter they want to discuss.
A legal clinic is an opportunity for an unrepresented party to meet briefly with a volunteer attorney and get legal advice concerning their case. Clinic sessions are intended to be a one-time event to assist those who are representing themselves in the courts. Clinic attorneys are not there to represent the person on their case, nor are the clinic sessions intended to take the place of attorney representation.
Olmsted County Law Library clinics do not cover all topics, or even all issues within a covered topic. Each clinic category will provide information on what is – and is not – covered in a clinic session.
Registration in advance is required for all clinics, and space is limited.
Notice as of March 19, 2020: All legal clinics will be held remotely rather than in person.
– The volunteer attorney will contact each clinic registrant by phone.
– If you need the volunteer attorney to view paperwork for a clinic, arrangements must be made ahead of time in order to get the paperwork to the attorney.
– Please contact the law library by phone or email to register for the a free legal clinic. A law librarian will give you instructions for getting necessary paperwork to the volunteer attorney.