Top-year students provide supervised, work-oriented, legal advice to small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits that meet certain eligibility criteria. Students have the opportunity to develop their practical skills in their legal profession and use their basic understanding of labor law for the public good in a real 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 judge trials.
Studies carried out by students who focus on supporting individuals in various areas of the law, including criminal charges, civil lawsuits, family law, tenancy, wills, and access to social aid. This clinic also supports communities and groups working in areas that significantly affect the benefits of society.
Provide legal counseling to clients who identify as a woman with a low or average income focusing on family law issues and practices in related areas of law. The Center welcomes applications from all top-class law students, including women, men, trans, and gender-diverse individuals, who have taken the Family Law course as a prerequisite. Students work under the supervision of clinical lawyers to provide representation to individual clients. This clinic contributes to removing barriers to access to civil justice for women and their children.