St. John's Law School Room 2-26 (3 In-House Clinics) and Legal Aid Society’s Queens Neighborhood Office (QNO)

Clinic Postings and Application Instructions


Consumer Justice for the Elderly:  Litigation Clinic

FULL for Spring 2020

Securities Arbitration Clinic

FULL for Spring 2020

Tenants’ Rights Advocacy Clinic

FULL for Spring 2020



Child Advocacy Clinic

(One semester clinic – 4 credits)

Students will represent children (newborn through 21 years of age) involved in family court and immigration court cases, in which the children are the subject of abuse or neglect allegations in New York, or are fighting deportation based on abuse or neglect in their country of origin (unaccompanied child migrants). Student caseloads typically include allegations of parental drug or alcohol abuse, physical abuse, failure to ensure school attendance, mental illness, domestic violence, and inadequate guardianship. Students appear in family courts throughout the five boroughs and Long Island, and in Immigration Court at 26 Federal Plaza. 

Application Instructions


  • Click APPLY FOR THIS OPENING. Please do not click "Apply with Indeed"
  • Enter the current date before completing any other fields.
  • You may choose 3 clinics in the order of your preference. 
  • An applicant may not have two 1st choice clinics.
  • If you have sent in an application prior to this, it will be superseded by this application. 
  • If you have renewed an application prior to this, it will be superseded by this application.
  • Previously expressed clinic preferences will be superseded by this application.  
  • When your application is successfully submitted, you will initially receive an auto-acknowledgment email. Please review your St. John's email account for this acknowledgement email.  

For any questions or concerns about any part of the process, including desired changes to your application, as well as technical difficulty, contact Lorraine Benjamin or Janet Kroll at 718-990-6689.