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Legal Services for Students

Service Update: At this time and until further notice, the Legal Services for Students office is closed to visitors and notary services are suspended. We continue to provide legal assistance and support to students through phone and video consultations.

Legal Services for Students in the Office of the Dean of Students provides counsel and guidance to currently enrolled students. We advise students on their rights and responsibilities in various areas of law, including landlord-tenant disputes, criminal citations, small claims court, auto accidents and insurance, personal injury, powers of attorney, and consumer matters. Our services are provided in a confidential consultation, at no additional cost to the student.

Legal Services for Students does not provide representation or advocacy on behalf of individual students with regard to their potential legal claims or disputes. If the situation requires legal representation, our team will provide referrals to other legal resources and information.

Legal Services for Students offers seminars, workshops and presentations to student groups and classes to explore legal issues before conflicts arise. Free notarization service is available to all registered students during normal business hours.

Contact Us

Legal Services for Students
Office of the Dean of Students
2609 University Avenue (UA9), Suite 3.104
Austin, TX 78712 (Office location CLOSED until further notice)

Mailing Address
Legal Services for Students
100 West Dean Keeton Street, A5800
Austin, TX 78712

Phone: 512-471-7796, calls are answered between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. If we do not answer, please leave a voicemail with your name, EID, phone number, and request. Voice messages are responded to within 48 hours.
Map of 2609 University Avenue Building

Legal Disclaimer - The information contained in this website does not constitute legal advice nor is it intended to constitute legal advice. It is not a substitute for consulting an attorney regarding a particular case. The information and opinions contained herein are those of Legal Services for Students in the Office of the Dean of Students and are not necessarily those of the University of Texas at Austin. All materials contained herein are the property of Legal Service of Students in the Office of the Dean of Students and its attorneys – All Rights Reserved.