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This year’s clinics are set for Oct. 19, Feb. 1 (2014), and March 22 (2014) from 10 a.m. to noon at Gonzaga Law School (721 N. Cincinnati St.). Due to last year’s overwhelming response, appointments are encouraged, but not required. In order to make an appointment, call the Juvenile record sealing contact at (509) 469-9491 or via email.
Staffed by law students and volunteer attorneys, the clinics will help people seal their juvenile records if they are eligible to be sealed. Individuals with a history of serious crimes – or criminal history in other states – may not be eligible.
To qualify for juvenile recording sealing, an individual must meet three criteria:
For more information, please contact the Juvenile Record Sealing Clinic at (509) 469-9491 or via email.
Co-sponsored by CLIPS and the Law Student Alliance for Social Justice.
PBJ is a weekly discussion for the entire law school community on current social and legal justice issues.
Gonzaga University School of Law’s Center for Law in Public Service (CLIPS) and the Student Bar Association’s Alliance for Social Justice organize PBJ and invite student organizations to co-sponsor PBJ events.
PBJ Sandwiches provided!