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Welfare Law in Theory and Practice (Law Clinic)

The Law Clinic (Rättspraktik) in Gothenburg was launched in November 2014 with the start of a unique course, Welfare Law in Theory and Practice, an elective clinical course included in the LL.M programme.

During the course, the students work at non-profit organisations giving legal advice to disadvantaged people as well as they attend lectures and seminars at the Department of Law. Upon completion of the course, the students gain academic credits (30 ECTS). The students work closely with their supervisors three days a week at the organisations. Two days a week the students attend lectures, exercises and seminars at the Department of Law, which provides the academic part of the course. The idea is to help the students improve their legal skills by providing a good theoretical basis within the different areas of welfare law, as well as providing a good opportunity to apply their knowledge in practice at the non-profit organisations.

Page Manager: Jeffrey Johns|Last update: 8/17/2017

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