College of Law

Tag: Expungement Clinic

Joy Radice selected to lead UT Legal Clinic

Posted July 2, 2018

The University of Tennessee College of Law welcomes a new but familiar face as the director of clinical programs. Joy Radice, a recently tenured associate professor at the College of Law, began as director of the UT Legal Clinic effective July 1. She succeeds Interim Director Penny White, who has led the clinic since 2015. Read more

On the right side of change

Posted May 30, 2018

On a cool fall morning outside the Beck Cultural Exchange Center in east Knoxville, a line of more than 150 people stand in the rain. It’s a Saturday. With nearly 200 additional people already inside the building that commemorates the city’s African-American history, the line moves slowly. Read more

Expungement Clinic Provides Early Clinic Opportunity

Posted February 27, 2017

Since Fall 2015, Joy Radice has directed our one-credit Expungement Clinic, offered to enable more students to experience live-client opportunities in advance of being eligible to appear in court. What began with a hotline, a few enthusiastic 1Ls from Professor Radice’s criminal law class, and a commitment to representing individuals with important legal needs quickly grew into a full-fledged […] Read more

UT Law students support homeless veterans through Operation Stand Down

Posted November 11, 2015

Earlier this semester, a group of UT Law students and faculty volunteered their legal services for homeless veterans as part of Operation Stand Down, an event sponsored by the grassroots, non-profit organization Knoxville Area Veterans Stand Down. The event was held September 26 at the National Guard Armory. In addition to legal service providers, the […] Read more