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Student Legal Services

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Our Mission

Student Legal Services provides UNT students with legal advice, assistance, representation and education. Our goals are to enable students to focus on their education and stay in school despite any number of legal obstacles. The services of this office are 100% free to enrolled students. Anyone interested in meeting with a lawyer should contact our office at 940.565.2614 to schedule an appointment with the attorney.

Attorney Kathryn McCauley

1155 Union Circle #305058
Denton, TX 76203-5017

Phone: (940) 565-2614
Fax: (940) 369-7251 
TTY: (940) 369-8652

Hours

As our full time attorney is currently out of the office, we will be holding limited walk-in hours with a temporary attorney. We anticipate the limited walk-in times will take place from 9am-5pm on the following dates for the month of March:

  • Thursday, March 12th

  • Wednesday, March 18th,

  • Thursday, March 19th,

  • Wednesday, March 25th,

We advise calling the office at 940.565.2614 to make sure everything is running on schedule before you come for legal advice.

If you need immediate assistance, we suggest contacting the Lawyer Referral Information Service for the State Bar of Texas. Through this service, you can receive a 30 minute consultation for just $20.00. If you and the attorney agree to keep working after the first 30 minutes, their rates will apply. You can reach this service by calling 800.252.9690 or you can get a referral online by visiting www.texasbar.com/LRIS.

 

Forms to Start With

Self-Help Packets

Below are links to fillable self-help packets created by UNT Student Legal Services to empower you in resolving certain legal situations. Each packet has instructions and forms that can be filled out in Adobe PDF format, then printed and filed with the court or the appropriate agencies. While these forms are meant to aid you in resolving your own issue, we encourage you to make an appointment with the attorney in our office before proceeding.

Disclaimer 

This web page has been prepared for use by University of North Texas students only. These downloadable forms and explanations have been provided as a convenience for students and do not constitute legal advice. Before using these sample letters or forms, it is highly recommended that you visit Student Legal Services (Room 136, Stovall Hall) for more complete information contained in our free pamphlets. In addition, students with legal dilemmas are encouraged to schedule an appointment with Kathryn McCauley, a licensed Texas attorney, who can provide appropriate legal advice.

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Update to Student Legal Walk-In Hours

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Please Note: Walk-ins on November 26th, 2014 will be cancelled. The last day for walk-ins in 2014 will be Wednesday, December 10th, 2014. They will not be held from December 17th, 2014 through January 7th, 2015. Walk-ins will resume January 14th, 2015.  We apologize...
Our office is approaching a major milestone in our recoveries/savings on behalf of our student clients.

$2,000,000

$1,868,395.10
 

Check out these great Apps

Upcoming Events

Student Legal Videos

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Legal Resources

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