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CLB Legal Clinics for Human Rights
The College of Law and Business operates 9 legal clinics as part of its Human Rights Program. Supervised by experienced faculty members, our students gain invaluable field experience by providing aid and representation to the community and helping to advance social issues in Israel. CLB's legal clinic for Human Rights recently set an important - national and international - precedent striking down an Israeli law allowing for the privatization of prisons.
CLB Human Rights Clinics was presented with the Gurney prize, an award presented by the Association for Public Law in Israel to human rights organizations that have initiated significant social change in the Israeli legal system.

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CAPITAL MARKETS LEGAL CLINIC
Adv. Amiram Gill
The Capital Markets Legal Clinic is the first of its kind to train law students in corporate practice that serves the public interest.
>> OPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS


THE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CLINIC

Dr. Ofer Sitbon
Promoting the commitment of commercial corporations in the fields of human rights, the rights of employees and consumers, ethics and the environment.
>> OPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS


THE CLINIC FOR MIGRANTS' RIGHTS
Adv. Osnat Cohen Lifshitz
The Clinic for Migrants' Rights deals with all aspects of the phenomenon of migration to Israel via public activity and legal representation of various groups of migrants, such as migrant workers, migrant children and asylum seekers.
>> OPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS


COMMUNITY ADVOCACY CLINIC

Adv. Debby Sadeh
Legal aid throughout the country, in all branches of civil law, including the execution procedure, social security, labor laws, consumers, family matters etc.


EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS CLINIC

Adv. Sunny Kalev
Legal aid and representation in cases involving an infringement of rights of children and parents in the educational system: discrimination, charging unlawful amounts, screening tests, involvement of private entities in the schools, etc.
>> OPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS


DETAINEES AND PRISONERS RIGHTS CLINIC

Adv. Rachela Erel
Legal aid and representation in cases involving the infringement of rights of detainees and prisoners, including harsh prison conditions, the lack of proper medical care, unlawful chaining, etc.


THE CLINIC FOR SOCIAL-ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE

Adv. Eran Tzin
Examining the relationship between man and his environment, including increasing the transparency and participation of the public in matters involving the environment and health, aiding disadvantaged neighborhoods in their struggle against obstacles, initiating environmental legislation, promoting policies that secure the rights of the homeless, etc.


THE CLINIC FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Adv. Neta Dagan
Promoting rights of disempowered communities, such as the elderly, crime victims, students with learning disabilities and children with special needs, mainly by filing precedential petitions to the supreme court or initiating and promoting legislation.
>> OPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS


THE EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS CLINIC

Adv. Debby Sadeh
Legal aid and representation in cases involving discrimination due to nationality, religion, origin, socio-economic situation, age, gender, sexual inclination, disabilities, etc.


NGOs CLINIC

Adv, Ronny Vinner & Adv. Efrat Shpilman
The NGOs Clinic provides a wide range of free transactional and corporate legal services to third sector organizations that cannot afford a private attorney.
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