LAMP: Legal Assistance to Minnesota Prisoners

Bradford Colbert

Resident Adjunct Professor of Law

Questions About LAMP?

LAMP Clinic
875 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105

Brad.Colbert @wmitchell.edu

Phone: (651) 290-8651
Fax: (651) 290-6406
Office: Rm 254

The LAMP clinic and what we do

While LAMP stands for Legal Assistance to Minnesota Prisoners, we like to think of it more metaphorically. The LAMP Clinic serves as a beacon in the dark world of those incarcerated.

The LAMP clinic provides help with all types of legal matters to inmates. LAMP cases range from lawsuits to stop inmate mistreatment to helping an inmate with a  divorce to drafting a will.

LAMP does not handle appeals for inmates to contest their convictions.

LAMP Clinic and Courses

Legal research resources

Free legal research resources specially crafted with families of the incarcerated in mind

LAMP Testimonials

“At the beginning of my third year, I argued a case before the 8th Circuit bankruptcy appellate court…perhaps more extraordinary…I worked on an actual petition for writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court.” —George Pappas, LAMP intern

“…I am very proud of the skills courses taught at this school, and especially of the LAMP Clinic.”

“…the most valuable and exciting part of my law school experience.”

“I recommend the LAMP Clinic to anyone who is serious about leading a courageous life in the law.”

“…one of my most rewarding experiences in law school.”

› Read students and alums on LAMP

Professor Colbert’s charge to the class

January, 2009 Commencement

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