Schedule an Appointment
How to Schedule an Appointment
Before scheduling an appointment
- You MUST be currently registered at UT Austin for the semester in which you will be advised.
Appointment Eligibility Dates
Summer 2013 5/20/13 thru 8/20/13 Fall 2013 8/21/13 thru 12/20/13 Spring 2014 1/2/14 thru 5/17/14 Summer 2014 5/18/14 thru 8/20/14
- Make sure your issue is NOT on our list of excluded services.
- Advising on the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. "Obamacare")
- Auto Repairs
- Complex wills/wills involving property over $1,000,000
- Disputes against any of the University of Texas units or entities
- Disputes between currently enrolled UT Austin students
- Immigration matters
- Legal questions pertaining to a matter that is not yours
- LSS cannot advise you on criminal matters similar to, or the same as, a matter which LSS previously has advised you.
- Non-profit/501c3 and all other tax questions
- Patent law
- Phone or email consultation(s)
- Real estate documents
- Student-owned business related matters
- When the student is the landlord
If you qualify for an appointment, please
- Complete an intake form, either in person at the LSS office or online. After doing so, you may schedule an appointment.
Note: You may schedule appointments up to 1 week in advance.
If you have already scheduled an appointment
- Be sure to bring all pertinent documents with you to the appointment
- Arrive at least 5 minutes prior to your appointment to sign in
- Be sure to bring your student ID
If you CANNOT make your appointment OR will be more than 5 minutes late
- At least one hour prior to your scheduled appointment, please call 512-471-7796 to cancel and/or reschedule. Failure to do so may mean you will be ineligible to use our services until the next fiscal year.
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.