Important Dates

**Application deadlines and processes for the Accelerator Program, Semester-in Practice and Domestic and International Externships vary. Please see materials for those programs, as they become available.
Thursday, January 31, 2019 In-House Clinic & Prosecutors Universal Applications Available Applications for 2019-20 become available on the Clinical Law School website.
 
Thursday, February 14, 2019 Experiential Open House/Information Session Clinical faculty, students and alumni will be available to answer questions and offer information about all in-house clinics, Prosecutors Program, and our Externships.This will be held from 2:00-4:00 in the Function Room.
 
Thursday, February 21, 2019 Clinic Universal Application Deadline Students must submit applications online by5:00PM. Late applications will be reserved for potential consideration only after all timely applications have been considered and given first priority. Emailed, faxed, and/or hard copy applications will not be accepted. This application applies to all in-house Clinics & Prosecutors.
 
Weeks of February 25 or March 4, 2019 Optional Interviews Please note that interviews are at the individual professors’ discretion. You will be contacted by the professor directly if s/he wishes to conduct an interview. No interviews are scheduled by the Clinical Programs Office.
 
Weeks of March 18, 2019 Results of the Selection Process Emailed to Applicants Please wait to receive this letter via email.No information regarding application status will be given over the phone, via email, or in person.
 
Monday, March 25, 2019 Deadline to Accept Program OffersStudents accepted to a clinical program/Prosecutors must notify the director of their program in writing that they accept the offer by5:00PM.Students who do not expressly accept their offer by this date will lose their slots.
 
Friday, May 31, 2019 Last Day to Withdraw From an In-House Clinic/ Prosecutors Program Students must notify the director of their program and Clinical Programs Program Manager Joan Luke (jluke@suffolk.edu)in writingof their intent to withdraw from a clinic and the reason for the withdrawal. Students may not be permitted to withdraw after May 31, barring exceptional circumstances. Please read the Clinical Programs Withdrawal and Removal Policies.
 
TBD Clinic OrientationAll students accepted to an in-house clinic or the Prosecutors Program must attend this clinic-wide orientation, which will take place in the first floor Function Room.Clinic orientation is mandatory and held prior to the start of classes.Please note that individual clinics may have additional orientation or “boot camp” requirements.