Transactional Law Clinic

Law students enrolled in the Transactional Law Clinic clinic, working under the supervision of licensed attorneys, offer pro bono services in transactional and regulatory matters.

Information for the Public

The Transactional Law Clinic serves small businesses, community development organizations and other nonprofit agencies, creative talents such as authors and artists, student and professional athletes, and others. Services include contract review and negotiation, startup governance and filings, entity formation and document drafting. The clinic also offers industry-specific regulatory advice or representation in front of regulatory agencies and assists those seeking business licenses from local municipalities or tax-exempt status from the IRS.

Contact: To apply for legal services from the Transactional Law Clinic, please submit the Request for Legal Services Form. Please be advised that contact with the Transactional Law Clinic does not necessarily mean the clinic will form a relationship with you or accept you into the clinic program.

Casey Faucon is the director of UConn Law's new Transactional Law Clinic, opening in Fall 2023. She started a similar clinic at the University of Alabama School of Law.

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Student Experience

The Transactional Law Clinic offers students experience performing transactional work for nonprofit and entrepreneurial clients. Students work under the supervision of clinic faculty and apply their lawyering skills when performing transactional work, including client interviewing and counseling, reviewing and drafting contracts and other documents, and assisting in other legal matters. The classroom component involves a weekly two-hour seminar that provides the theoretical and practical foundation necessary to perform transactional legal work.