Student Legal Clinic

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Student Legal Clinic

The problem of some education systems is the excessive dogmatic approach to certain issues, as well as teaching things that became a thing of the past long ago. When developing our Student Legal Clinic, we follow a completely different approach. Our Student Legal Clinic operates on a pro bono basis. Legal advice is offered here to those worse off, who cannot afford the services of a law firm.

Students learn by dealing with case studies. They look for solutions to specific legal problems. The Clinic draws up legal opinions and submissions. These activities are a proper form of preparation to pursuing legal professions. Students have an opportunity to get to know the ropes of working with clients. The KU College of Law offers special psychological training to the members of the Clinic, which involves teaching the basic skills required to work with clients – including so-called difficult clients.


The KU Legal Clinic is #1 according to the national "Rzeczpospolita" Law Faculties Ranking 2023.

The following sections operate within the framework of the Student Legal Clinic:

  • administrative law
  • criminal law
  • civil law
  • family law
  • labor and social security law
  • business law

Supervisor of the Clinic: Dr. Mateusz Woiński from the KU's Department of Criminal Law