Student Legal Services is a non-profit law firm employing 2 full-time licensed Ohio attorneys and other legal professionals to provide confidential legal assistance and representation. The services are designed to assist students in resolving issues in areas otherwise difficult or impossible to obtain legal services at affordable prices while allowing them to continue their education at Wright State University.
Our goal is to provide quality legal services at affordable prices, which allows the students to focus on their education. The attorneys and staff are dedicated to each one of the students at Wright State University.
Changes in Operation due to COVID-19
As of March 10, 2020, the University suspended face-to-face instruction until at least March 30, 2020.
To ensure the safety of our clients and staff, Student Legal Services will now offer appointments for legal services by phone through March 30, 2020. We may extend beyond this date based on University policy. Eligible students can schedule an appointment by calling our office 937-775-5857.
Representation in Court
Student Legal Services will continue to provide high-quality legal representation to eligible Wright State students in Greene County and surrounding area courts. If you are currently represented by Student Legal Services and have questions about your court date, please call our office at 937-775-5857. If you are not currently represented by our office and have an upcoming court date, please schedule a telephone conference with one of our attorneys by calling our office.
Student Legal Services remains available to assist Wright State students by phone. However, to ensure the safety of Student Legal Services staff, and our clients, we ask students and others to limit their face to face contact with our office unless requested to do so by Student Legal Services staff.
Contact our office for an appointment!
Summer Law Practicum
The Summer Law Practicum hosted by Student Legal Services will provide students an inside look in to working in the legal field. The Practicum is ideal for students who are interested in going to Law school, criminal justice and political science majors, and anyone else with a general interest in policing and the legal field looking to add to their resume.
The Practicum will allow students to "socially distance" via Webex with community partners working in the legal field such as Judges, Detectives, Prosecutors, Public Defenders, and private attorneys. Students will meet remotely twice per week for 4 weeks and will submit a one page reflection paper at the end of each week. Students completing these requirements will receive a certificate evidencing their completion of the Summer Law Practicum.
Students who are interested in participating should email Stephanie Allen at email@example.com to register. The deadline to register is June 10, 2020. The first "class" for the practicum will be June 16, 2020.
For further questions, please contact Stephanie Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know that Student Legal Services offers a scholarship? Visit the RaiderConnect Continuing Student Scholarships page to learn more.