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GIURISPRUDENZA Scuola di Giurisprudenza

Legal Clinics

HIGHLIGHTS

The three legal clinics are part of the highly qualified didactic activities aimed at implementing the “European an Transnational Dimension of Juridical Studies” and “The City of Justice” development lines of the project on which basis the DSG has obtained the “Department of Excellence” award from the MIUR for the 2018-2022 period.

 

Clinic 1, “The Rights of International Protection Applicants”, has been incorporated within the Tuscan Regional Government (Regione Toscana) project aimed at developing the regional acceptance system’s wealth of competences and know-how.  With its contribution, The Regional Government has sponsored the activation of Clinic 1 in order for the latter to offer a specific syllabus to 25 CAS operators.

The Regional Government has started the selection of CAS operators who, as anticipated during the presentation of the Clinic, will partake in lectures.

The final Moot Court of Clinic 2 “The Protection of Rights by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has been incorporated within the context of a conference organized in collaboration with the Criminal Court of Florence and with the support of the Legal Education Foundation among the events, which will be valid as training for attorneys, offering four credits.

 

 

YEAR 2018

Please be informed that, due to organizational reasons, the start date of Clinic 1 on international Protection has been moved to April 6, 2018 and the enrollment date has therefore been moved to March 28, 2018.

Pursuant to the numerous requests for clarification, we wish to specify the following:

Practical activities for Clinics 1 and 3:  The activity hours include: the time at the institution or the court; periodic meetings with the instructors and the tutors; the hours dedicated to the study of practical cases adopted by the institution or the relevant judge, hours which will worked autonomously by each student under the tutor’s remote supervision.  Practical activity adaptation. Be it known that - in so far as possible - the commitment expected from each student at the institution or the court may be adapted considering other university commitments and that the activity may, if necessary, be suspended during the examination period.

A maximum of 25 students will be admitted to each Clinic based on the selection criteria indicated for each one of them.

Clinic 1: The Rights of International Protection Applicants - Application (pdf e docx)

 

Clinic 2:  The Protection of Rights by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHU) - Application (pdf and docx

Clinic 2 was launched on March 16 before the Hon. Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque.

 

Clinic 3:  The Protection of People’s Rights in Criminal Proceedings - Application (pdf and docx)  

 

To enroll

Those students who wish to enroll in one of the clinics must send the specific form to:  scuolaATgiurisprudenza.unifi.it

  • by March 28 as opposed to March 5 to attend the clinic on “The Rights of International Protection Applicants”, which will start on April 6, 2018 instead of March 9.
  • by March 12 to attend the clinic on The Protection of Rights by the European Court of Human Rights, which will start on March 16, 2018
  • by March 28 to attend the clinic on The Protection of People’s Rights in Criminal Proceedings which will start on April 5, 2018.

 

For further information on the Clinics operations can write to: clinichelegaliATdsg.unifi.it 

 

 
last update: 18-July-2018
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