In this short post – about what are the “legal clinics” that are not legal clinics.
First of all, we are working to build our network. Therefore, we must know the truth and do not want to conceal it. The principle to support most quality clinics is based on the fact that they should be separated from such “legal clinics”
How to become a high-quality legal clinic? Markers are Standards and Instrument for Assessing. The second is even more than the first one, because it is built as a collection of faithful management decisions and the legal clinic itself – how to become genuine.
Today, on June 8, a round table entitled “The Importance of the Legal Clinical Movement for the Formation of New Generation Lawyers” was held at the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine (NUDFSU) in Irpin. This event became the final chord of monitoring of the Irpin Law Clinic (YUK), because it announced the results of the work of the monitoring group. We remind that this spring and already these summer days there is a series of monitoring of legal clinics, which conducts AYUKU in order to provide practical and methodical advice for improving their activities
Results of the monitoring of the legal clinic of the National University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine. Monitorng was held during 31 of May – 1 of June and showed that said legal clinic is highly responding the Standards and was evaluated for 67 percent out of 100 possible.
5 main areas of cooperation were agreed:
1. Organization of practice and internship of students in the state free legal aid system.
2. Mutual redirection of clients.
3. Conduction joint events.
4. Preparation of information and educational materials.
5. Joint participation in the project “I have a right”.
Litvak O.M. (Ed.) (2015) Legal Advisor for Combatants : Guide. Kiev: National Prosecution
Academy of Ukraine ser. “Defender of the Fatherland. Library of the Military Prosecutor “
The manual identifies the main military-political and military terms. Legal consultations were provided on the protection of the rights of the mobilized individuals, persons who returned from the zone of the ATO, as well as members of their families. Considered typical life situations, when defenders of the Fatherland needed legal assistance. A wide range of information resources has been processed for the search of real cases, cooperation with the All-Ukrainian Human Rights Organization “Yurydychna Sotnya”
The publication is aimed at helping mobilized individuals and individuals who have returned from the ATO zone, as well as members of their families. The materials contained in the guide will be useful for prosecutors, law enforcement officers, teachers, researchers, postgraduates and law students who
interested in the outlined topics.