Since the clinic's launch in January 2013, students have taken on the following projects:
- Legislative advocacy for Buddhist and Native American inmates regarding a proposed limitation on religious items in California prisons.
- A comprehensive evaluation for a faith-based family camp facing religious discrimination in the use of its property.
- Negotiation for a Jewish family seeking religious instruction alternatives for their child under a California public school “release time” program.
- Agency work in California for a Hare Krishna temple regarding compliance with local property tax rules.
- Agency work in California for a Christian monastery regarding compliance with local zoning ordinances.
- Agency work in Florida for an inmate who returned to his parents’ Jewish faith in prison but whose request to be circumcised was denied.
- Agency work in California for a non-denominational church facing zoning challenges to continuing its ministry to the homeless.
- Agency (and possible trial-level) work in California for Sikh employees whose employer refused to accommodate their requests for workplace accommodation.
- Agency and trial-level work in California for a Muslim inmate facing restrictions in his right to wear a kufi, even though Jewish inmates wear yarmulkes without similar limitations.
- Trial-level work in California state court for a mosque association with land-use challenges.
- Trial-level work in California federal court for Seventh-day Adventist employees whose employer took adverse action against them based on their need to observe the Sabbath on Saturday.
- A trial-level amicus brief in New Jersey state court in support of a Jewish synagogue facing zoning challenges.
- An amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for a Christian advocacy group in support of a Texas inmate’s challenge to a ban on his Native American religious practices.
- An amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit for Jewish advocacy groups in support of a family Bible camp project facing obstacles to construction.
- An amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court for a national Muslim organization in support of a petition for certiorari arising from a Montana ruling forcing a small religious community to participate in the state's workers compensation program.