Information for Prospective Clients
In general, the Clinic represents clients in wage and hour and unemployment cases. We do not typically represent clients in employment discrimination cases. Most of our cases are through referrals from community partners or the Office of Administrative Hearings. However, the faculty remain open to accept other kinds of civil cases that will work well with our teaching, student practice, and Clinic mission.
There is no charge for services, although we may ask clients to contribute to certain litigation costs if they are able to do so. We reserve the right to seek attorney’s fees from opposing parties when appropriate.
If you are interested in talking with us about a case, please call our Intake Line at 202.994.7463. If no one answers, please leave a message and we will return your call.