On October 8 at 10:00 a.m. (room 221, building 3, TSUL) a round table discussion on this topic will be organized.
At the round table discussion hosted by the Legal Clinic of TSUL will provide information about the conditions of membership in the Legal Clinic, the order of the internship and the issuance of a special certificate at the end of the course, as well as its benefits.
The following classes are conducted with students coming to the Legal Clinic:
- direct participation in the reception of citizens;
- reviewing court decisions twice a week;
- writing applications and lawsuits;
- Reading and discussing a law per week;
- counseling citizens at mobile reception desks;
- visiting the place of practice (court, prosecutor's office, notary and other organizations);
- acquiring in-depth skills in economic cases, including building contracting skills.
By participating in these trainings, students will have the opportunity to learn how to work with citizens' problems and help solve them.