Student Legal Clinic

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Student Legal Clinic

Launched in January 2005, the Legal Clinic at the Kozminski University College of Law and Public Administration is part of the legal clinics program developed by several Polish universities. Kozminski University was first private school participating in the project.  At the legal clinic, students under the supervision of faculty and practitioners provide free legal advice for poor members of the community.  One of the main goals of the program is to provide hands-on experience to law students. This presents a win-win situation for everyone involved. 

The KU Legal clinic is #1 according to the nastional "Rzeczpospolita" Law Faculties Ranking 2020

Supervisor of the clinic: dr Mateusz Woiński from KU's Depratment of Criminal Law

Only exceptional students are admitted to the program (gifted students in their  4th or 5th year of Law).  The Providing legal aid to poor members of  the community (unemployed, homeless, retired, handicapped, crime victims and the women with difficult situation, foreigners, and refugees) is an important social mission that sheds light on the value of public service. It introduces  students to social problems and enhances an awareness of poverty and human rights. It also fulfils the basic need of providing a society with free access to justice.