Nashville School of Law


Wills Clinic

The Wills Clinic is a partnership between the Nashville School of Law and Habitat for Humanity. The partnership aspires to pair students and practicing attorneys who are volunteering their time and expertise. The Clinic is organized around participating area attorneys who have practical experience in the preparation of estate planning and related documents, litigation experience in probate matters, have participated as a volunteer attorney in this or similar clinics, or are otherwise approved by the NSL Director of Clinics or Dean. The supervising attorneys receive both CLE credit and pro-bono credit from the Tennessee Supreme Court. Wills Clinics are held one Tuesday night per month and do not overlap with the Juvenile Court Custody Clinics. Enrollment in clinics for law school credit will be limited to 10 students per clinic. More information is available in Section 6 of the Policies and Procedures.


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Christian Cahill