E-TOT Course, Tenth Session

Tenth Session: Law Clinics

Bruce Lasky (Co-Founder/Co-Director of BABSEACLE), Wendy Morrish (Co-Founder of BABSEACLE)

In the following sentences the participants in this session expressed what they have learned in this lesson:

Benefits of law clinics;

The importance of continuous effort to achieve goals;

Clinical education is the way to justice.

I learned about the six basic goals of clinical law.

Knowledge about the goals and benefits of legal clinics;

The importance of involving decision-makers in institutionalizing clinical law education;

The six goals of legal education;

Learning the functions of clinical law education;

Law clinics are important in development and improvement of community and law faculties.

Legal clinics not only strengthen the academic system, lawyers and students, but are also one of the most important tools for achieving justice.

By achieving all the goals of law clinics, we will reach justice.

Learning about the innovations in law education.

Achieving the sixth goals of legal clinics education, which is the creation of a better society, is based on the five goals; it means promoting students, professors, the community, the legal community and the education system.

Knowledge about the role of legal clinics in order to reach social justice.

To provide justice, it is necessary to extend legal education to all sections of society.

Clinical legal education is a valuable investment in empowering individuals through efforts which create social justice and also increase awareness.

Justice education through the use of legal clinics helps to improve the rule of law in society.

Legal clinics will be useful in promoting public ethics and social justice.

To set up a legal clinic, we have to be able to convince policymakers.

The institutionalization of legal clinics in the structure of education will eventually lead to the creation of justice at all levels of society.

Developing professional ethics and skills of professors, makes to increase knowledge of law in the society





Justice education

Clinical education

Improving legal skills

The importance of education

Decision making

Empowering students



Convincing policymakers

Pro Bono legal services

Institutionalizing justice

Fair legal system

Social justice

Educational interaction

Exchange of experience


Promoting the ethics of legal services

Institutionalizing rights

Rule of Law

Legal ethics

Legal interaction

The purposefulness of education