Education Law Clinic

Education Law Clinic


Education Law Clinic

MC Law's newest clinic, the Education Law Clinic, is a partnership between MC Law and the Jackson office of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, PLLC. MC Law students and Bradley attorneys partner to provide legal representation to public school students facing long-term suspensions and expulsions and in special education matters. Clinic students work directly with clients, prepare and implement case strategies, and represent clients in hearings and appeals. While the Education Law Clinic focuses on the due process rights of public school students, the clinic also gives students first-hand, practical experience in administrative law and civil litigation practice and procedure.

"We are getting real world experience in the Education Law Clinic. I've interviewed clients, attended hearings, and helped find solutions for students with learning disabilities and physical disabilities; students who won't slip through the cracks and become a statistic because of this clinic." -- Shayla White, Education Law Clinic participant, Spring 2019

Classes and casework take place at MC Law and/or at Bradley's Jackson office, located one block from the law school. The Education Law Clinic is taught every fall and spring semester and is open to all students who will have completed at least 45 credit hours.

Adjunct Clinical Supervising Attorney   Adjunct Clinical Supervising Attorney

       Julian D. Miller
      Bradley Arant Boult Cummings   LLP 
      One Jackson Place
      188 E. Capitol Street, Suite 400 
      Jackson, MS 39201