Students have the opportunity to give supervised legal advice to small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits that meet certain eligibility criteria; in this way they develop their practical skills and use their basic understanding of labour law for the public good in a professional environment.
Students work as defense attorneys or consultant attorneys in several criminal cases. The focus of students' work is on trial preparation, conducting defense negotiations and lawsuits, and judging trials.
Students carry out studies in civil lawsuits, criminal charges, family law, tenancy, wills, and access to social aid. This clinic also supports communities and groups who work to benefit society.
This clinic provides legal counseling to clients who identify as a woman, especially those with a low or average income, focusing on family law. Applications from all law students, including women, men, transgender, and gender-diverse individuals, who have completed the family law prerequisite, are welcome. Students work under the supervision of clinical lawyers to provide representation for individual clients as we work towards civil justice for women and children.