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Student Legal Services


Coronavirus (COVID - 19) Update:

For student and staff safety, Student Legal Services (SLS) will not have face-to-face appointments or notary services until further notice.  Please call (806) 742-3289 to schedule a phone appointment with an attorney.  You can also e-mail our office at studentlegalservices@ttu.edu.  

Update -- 8/24/2020:

1) SLS offers free lease reviews for all students looking to rent an apartment for the 2020 - 2021 academic year.

2) Contact SLS immediately if you receive a notice to vacate or other eviction paperwork.

3) If you are in immediate financial need please visit http://www.depts.ttu.edu/financialaid/cares-act/ for more information.

4) Please call (806) 742-3289 or e-mail studentlegalservices@ttu.edu with your specific questions.

Regularly check the TTU coronavirus (COVID)-19 website for the latest updates. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.  



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We provide legal advice, counsel and limited representation for currently enrolled students at TTU/TTUHSC. Our licensed attorneys can advise and/or represent students in variety of legal areas including, but not limited to: landlord/tenant disputes, expunctions, misdemeanors, name changes, essential needs licenses, and small claims consumer disputes.

More about our services.

Attorney Profiles

Attorney Profiles

SLS is staffed by three full-time licensed attorneys, an administrative business assistant and several law clerks and interns.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to some of SLS' most frequently asked legal questions.

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Information on this site is provided for general informational purposes and does NOT constitute legal advice. Students should seek verification and clarification of all statements made on this website through our office. Slight variations in facts and circumstances may make an enormous difference in the legal advice that a particular attorney will render. Students who are confronted with legal problems or who desire specific advice, should make an appointment with an attorney at Student Legal Services or seek the assistance of another licensed attorney.

By maintaining this website, Texas Tech University Student Legal Services is not forming any attorney-client relationships. All information contained on this site pertains to Texas law, and should not be relied upon as law in any other state. We cannot guarantee that the information on this site is up to date and accurate, as the laws affecting Texans are in constant transition.

This web site contains links to other resources on the Internet. The links are provided as aids to help our students identify and locate internet resources that may be of interest, and are not intended to imply that we sponsor or are affiliated or otherwise associated with the creators of said sites. Texas Tech Student Legal Services is not responsible for the content or validity of information found on any websites herein linked. You further acknowledge that nothing in this Web site is intended to nor constitutes the practice of law or giving of legal advice.

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