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Appellate Advocacy Clinic

Appellate Advocacy Clinic Course Information for Law Students

The Appellate Advocacy Clinic is the newest of the Law School’s clinics, Under the direction of Professor Travis Ramey, students in this clinic provide free legal representation in appellate matters. In the Appellate Advocacy Clinic, law student interns litigate appeals in state and federal courts and administrative agencies, handling all facets of the process—from intake through mediation, briefing, and argument. The clinic’s caseload includes civil, criminal, and administrative appeals, and the clinic represents a wide variety of clients—individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations; plaintiffs, defendants, and amici curiae.

Organization Name: Appellate Advocacy Clinic-The University of Alabama School of Law

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 870392, Tuscaloosa 35487-0392

Physical Address: The University of Alabama School of Law, 101 Paul Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa 35401

Phone number: (205) 348-4960

Are you a non-profit? Yes

Do you accept donations? Yes

Are donations tax-deductible? Yes, through the University of Alabama Law School Foundation.

Do you provide direct client services? Yes

Brief description of services provided: Through its law student interns, the Appellate Advocacy Clinic provides free legal assistance to plaintiffs, defendants, and amici curiae in civil, criminal, and administrative appellate matters.

How do clients qualify for your services? Fill out the form at