Online Application for Transactional Clinic

Students applying to the Transactional Clinic must sign up for an interview with Professor Bachari.  Interviews will be conducted on April 8, 9, & 13 from 10:30 to 3:30.  The sign-up sheet will be available on Professor Bachari’s office door (222 TU-II) beginning on Monday, March 9, at 10am.  If you are a part-time student you may contact Professor Bachari by email at kbachari@central.uh.edu or by phone at 713.743.2554 to set up an interview by appointment.  Admission to the Transactional Law Clinic is competitive and space is limited. 

Please fill out the brief information below and your information will automatically be e-mailed to our offices. 

Personal Information

Semester for Enrollment 

Program enrollment:

Your Name 
Street Address 
City 
State
Zip/Postal Code
Home Telephone
Work Telephone
E-mail Address Please use your UH email address.
Current Year In Law School
 
Clinic Information
How many hours towards your J.D. will you have completed prior to enrollment in the transactional clinic?
 
Have you completed or will you be concurrently enrolled in Professional Responsibility?
 

Do you understand that you must be in Good Academic Standing at the start of the semester you intend to be enrolled in the clinic?

 
List any other clinics which you have taken (Be specific):
 
List any languages in which you are fluent:
 
Do you understand this is a 3 credit, graded clinic and you must complete 50 hours for every semester hour for a total of 150 hours?
 
Do you understand you must attend all class sessions (including any orientation sessions)? No more than 2 absences are allowed for any clinic.
 
Do you understand that the Transactional Clinic is graded on a curve?
 
Please indicate why you are interested in this particular clinic. Admission to this clinic is competitive, so what you say here is important.
 
Please identify any other clinics that you are interested in:

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Prior to enrolling in the Transactional Clinic, permission must be given by the Professor. By submitting this application, your interest and ultimate registration are presumed. The Professor will contact you with questions and if none, will submit registration directly to Student Services.