The Faculty of Law at the University of Tübingen has been offering the training programme "Human Rights Law in Practice" in cooperation with the Career Service and the student legal advice association "Refugee Law Clinit Tübingen" since the summer semester 2016.
The project is supported by the patrons Professor Dr. Jochen von Bernstorff, LL.M. and the former Vice President of the VG Sigmaringen, Prof. Wolfgang Armbruster.
Within the framework of the training, students first deepen their specialist knowledge in the field of foreigners and asylum law and also acquire interdisciplinary key qualifications such as trauma awareness and counselling skills before the RLC participants can become active as counsellors themselves under the guidance and supervision of experienced practitioners.
The Refugee Law Clinic thus responds on the one hand to an urgent need of civil society and people seeking protection in Tübingen. At the same time, it offers committed students the opportunity to gain insights into their future professional practice, to gain counselling experience, to deepen their knowledge in the field of international law / human rights for their studies and to acquire knowledge of administrative law in the special field of asylum law.
Start of the new training year in summer semester 2020.
If you are interested or have any questions, there will be information sessions on Monday, 03.02.20 from 18-19 (st) in Lecture Hall 10 of the New Assembly Hall and on Thursday, 06 February from 18-19 (st) in Lecture Hall 9 of the New Assembly Hall.
If you would like to apply, simply send a letter of application with a curriculum vitae, the status of your studies and a letter of motivation (max. 1 1/2 pages) by 19.04.2020 at the latest to
Further information can also be found at: https://www.rlctuebingen.de/.