Our students will understand the social function of Law starting from their first academic year.
In the Legal Clinic, our students will understand the social function of Law starting from their first academic year. Our experiential learning model teaches students using real cases that are submitted by collaborating non-profit organisations through pro bono lawyers.
Students will defend pro bono cases which, by definition, have the following characteristics:
Hence, students work in the same way as in the professional world through guided sessions that are tutored by the clinical/pro bono professors. This way, students are brought closer to the reality of the profession.
These facilities are specific for students in the Bachelor's in Law and its dual degree programmes. The courses that apply in this field are all of those specific to non-jurisdictional Law, such as International Private Law, Legal Reports, Immigration, Civil Law, Consumer Law, etc.
The Legal Clinic provides a physical space for meetings, as well as face-to-face and virtual interviews. The virtual space offers a community where professors and students can share information, access documents and hold debates or forums.
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