The Legal Clinic was founded at the College of Law and Politics, Nawroz University, in agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as it began operating in the academic year 2015-2016.
The Clinic- affiliated lawyers and faculty staff of the College of Law and Politics provided these consultations, which helped resolve many legal problems unresolved in the public directorates for the groups listed above.
The Clinic opened numerous training sessions and workshops besides the above mentioned and initiated a series of discussions on the concept of volunteer humanitarian activities. The positive effects of these activities on the ground have yielded the desired outcomes.
Legal Clinic aims to accomplish the following objectives:
1. To help and provide legal advice to address the pending problems of the disadvantaged groups and low-income individuals.
2. To hold development courses and workshops for students to instill the spirit of voluntary service into students.
3. To hold seminars for students on the subjects related to the legal profession. It also tries to improve students' scientific level, connecting the theoretical part of studying law to the practical side to overcome difficulties while practicing law. Likewise, there are other objectives that the clinic tries to accomplish, all of which are directed towards humanitarian work without regard to financial return.