Family Law Assistance Project (FLAP)

The Family Law Assistance Project is a collaboration between Cooley and Lakeshore Legal Aid. Students in this clinic work with FLAP’s staff attorneys representing low-income people in family law and domestic violence matters in Oakland County Circuit Court under Michigan Court rule 8.120. In the clinic, students have the chance to litigate and practice family law and represent low-income people in a “hands-on” environment.

About the Program

The Family Law Assistance Project (FLAP) is a unique opportunity for Cooley students to represent real clients in family law and domestic violence matters. It is an extraordinary opportunity. In the clinic, you will have the chance to experience the practice of family law and represent low-income people in a "hands on" environment.

You will:

This extraordinary opportunity requires extraordinary commitment and responsibility.

Requirements:

If you have questions regarding the Family Law Assistance Project (FLAP), contact Professor Lowe at lowea@cooley.edu.



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