The Clinic

The Sciences Po Law School Clinic is an original educational program hosted by the Sciences Po Law School in Paris. An experiential learning program built around a contextual, interdisciplinary and reflective approach to the contemporary practice of law, it enables students and partner organizations to engage in cutting edge public interest and social innovation projects at the local, national and global scale.

The clinic’s pedagogical and public interest mission relies on the active involvement of faculty, students and partner organizations in projects related to current social justice issues.

Research is an integral part of the clinic, which aims to influence public debate within and beyond academic circles through the publication of reports, academic scholarship, as well as public events organized at Sciences Po.

The Sciences Po Law School Clinic covers five specific fields:

Each field translates into a specific clinical program, articulated around a clinical seminar. Clinical seminars are taught by Sciences Po faculty, as well as professionals drawn from a variety of fields. They are built around the various clinical projects on which teams of students, supervised by professional tutors, work throughout the academic year in partnership with a wide range of organizations.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Economic Law Students can apply to :

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

To Economic Law Students

Clinic is not compatible with a Moot, a collective project or Pre-doctoral initiation to research program (PIR).

Clinical course is associated with another elective course:

  • RISE Program: Luca d'Ambrosio's Social Responsibility and Global Governance course (fall 2019) and we suggest Jean-Philippe Robé's Globalization and Legal Pluralism course (fall 2019)
  • HEDG program: Jeremy Perelman's Human Rights, Global Poverty and Development course (fall 2019)
  • Migration program: Loïc Azoulai's European Migrants Law course (fall 2019)
  • JETE program: Laurent Neyret's course on Environmental Economic Law (spring 2020)
  • Access to Justice programComparative discrimination law: enforcement and effectiveness in a global world (spring 2020) 

Annual investment is mandatory.

Course/workshop exemptions: 

  • Students enrolled in GGS are exempt from 3 workshops (fall) and 2 workshops (spring)
  • Students enrolled in EMR are exempt from one elective per semester
  • Students enrolled in DPE, CEA and DI are exempt from an elective course in the fall

The Clinical project will be your Grand oral.

To PSIA Students

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ANY QUESTIONS?

Please contact Sciences Po Law School Clinic

Partners

Dechert LLP

Anthony Mainguené Foundation and the Anthony Mainguené Prize

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