Humboldt Law Clinic Human Rights


The Humboldt Law Clinic is a year-long program, in which participants have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in a specific field of law by working on practical cases during their studies. The Clinic consists of two separate cycles: a human rights law cycle (taught in English), and an anti-discrimination law cycle (taught in German). The human rights cycle will begin in the winter semester 2010/11, the anti-discrimination cycle will begin in the summer term of 2011. Students will choose to participate in either one or the other cycle in a given year. The Humboldt Law Clinic is affiliated with the Law and Society Institute Berlin at Humboldt University. It is supervised by Prof. Dr. Susanne Baer LL.M. (Michigan), Dr. Sarah Elsuni, Karina Theurer und Ass. iur. Nora Markard (MA). Jacqui Zalcberg, LL.M. (Columbia) was a co-founder of the Clinic.


Principal Investigators
Baer, Susanne Prof. Dr. (Details) (Public Law and Gender Studies)

Duration of Project
Start date: 11/2010
End date: 12/2020

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