The Legal Clinic is a unit of the Faculty, which trains and educates students who voluntarily join the Legal Clinic, enhance their applied skills and practical skills, and improve their communication with their local community, assigning them real and specific legal tasks under the supervision of a member of the university's educational staff, with the possibility of involving legal professionals, in areas serving the local community.
The Legal Clinic serves the university's social and environmental responsibility (CSR and ESG) with the aim of contributing to strengthening the rule of law, access to law and justice, good governance, development, sustainability and the dissemination of interactive educational methods.
The Legal Clinic draws its mission, vision, values and objectives from those of the university and the Faculty, to the extent that this is consistent with the nature of the Legal Clinic program, particularly serving marginalized groups and vulnerable, fragile and poor individuals, and by launching legal educational campaigns.
The social groups eligible to benefit from the Legal Clinic are determined by decision of the Dean of the Faculty, taking into account the proposal of the Legal Clinic’s Director.
The activity of the legal clinic is an academic student activity under the supervision of the Faculty. The students registered in the legal clinic will be given certificates of participation attesting their attendance at the sessions and activities of the legal clinic and their success in its programs.
The content and framework of the activities and programs of the Legal Clinic are determined at the beginning of each semester or academic year by decision of the Dean of the Faculty, taking into account the proposal of the Legal Clinic’s Director.