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Summary of the academic year 2016/2017 activity in Polish legal clinics

The prepared statistical information says that 6 531 cases were submitted to legal clinics between 2016 and 2017. 1826 students and 321 teachers worked in the clinics. Detailed information in the presentation.

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Summary of the academic year 2014/2015 activity in Polish legal clinics

The prepared statistical information says that 10 693 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2014 and June 2015, 3283 (32%) were civil law cases, 1988 students and 351 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that one teacher supervised the work of 6 students and 5 cases were solved by one student.

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"Professional Legal Ethics - in theory and case studies"

Professional Legal Ethics - in theory and case studiesThis book answers the need for a compendium of ethics for legal professionals. The authors' agenda was to provide lawyers with an instrument useful at specific stages of their career: during legal studies, post-graduate training and fully professional legal practice. The norms for particular legal professions are presented in an innovative way; instead of traditional commentary of the cited norms, they are illustrated by examplesof professional misconduct with a fully designed scenario for a class activity focused on a relevant case. Such an illustration is combined with the introduction of numerous interactive teaching methods which can be used in various courses related to legal studies.
The book facilitates getting to know the norms and principles of legal professional conduct, presents similarities and differences between legal professions, and allows to better understand the social roles that lawyers play in society. In addition, the volume gives a quick and easy access to numerous rulings of disciplinary courts.


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"The Legal Clinics. The Idea, Organization, Methodology."

This publication is addressed to students and the faculty? the managers of legal clinics. Students will find here a repository of knowledge on the idea, the history and the rules that govern the functioning of legal clinics. Members of the faculty will find here practical knowledge on how to organize the work of a legal clinic and how to best teach within its framework, as well as pointers on how to prepare students to lend assistance to clients. On behalf of the Board of the Legal Clinics Foundation I would like to express my gratitude to all persons who have contributed to the creation of this publication.

"The Legal Clinics. The Idea, Organization, Methodology." >>>

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University legal clinic - Information Form >>>

"The Deontological Code of the Warsaw University Legal Clinic" >>>


Summary of the academic year 2014/2015 activity in Polish legal clinics

The prepared statistical information says that 10 693 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2014 and June 2015, 3283 (32%) were civil law cases, 1988 students and 351 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that one teacher supervised the work of 6 students and 5 cases were solved by one student.

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Summary of the academic year 2012/2013 activity in Polish legal clinics

The prepared statistical information says that 13 379 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2011 and June 2012, 4057 (30%) were civil law cases, 1851 students and 235 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that 1 teacher supervised the work of 8 students and 7 cases were solved by one student.
Summary of the academic year 2011/2012 activity in Polish legal clinics >>>


Summary of the academic year 2011/2012 activity in Polish legal clinics
The prepared statistical information says that 13 379 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2011 and June 2012, 4057 (30%) were civil law cases, 1851 students and 235 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that 1 teacher supervised the work of 8 students and 7 cases were solved by one student.

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Summary of the academic year 2010/2011 activity in Polish legal clinics
The prepared statistical information says that 12 786 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2010 and June 2011, 3934 (30%) were civil law cases, 1994 students and 224 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that 1 teacher supervised the work of 9 students and 7 cases were solved by one student.

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Summary of the academic year 2009/2010 activity in Polish legal clinics

The prepared statistical information says that 11899 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2009 and June 2010, 3214 (27%) were civil law cases, 1756 students and 216 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that 1 teacher supervised the work of 8 students and 7 cases were solved by one student.

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Summary of the academic year 2006/2007 activity in Polish legal clinics

The prepared statistical information says that 9399 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2006 and June 2007, 2327 (25%) were civil law cases, 1302 students and 197 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that 1 teacher supervised the work of 6 students and 7 cases were solved by one student.

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Summary of the academic year 2005/2006 activity in Polish legal clinics
The prepared statistical information says that 9833 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2005 and June 2006, 2397 (24%) were civil law cases, 1279 students and 179 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that 1 teacher supervised the work of 7 students and 8 cases were solved by one student

Summary of the academic year 2005/2006 activity in Polish legal clinics >>>


Summary of the academic year 2004/2005 activity in Polish legal clinics
The prepared statistical information says that 7421 cases were submitted to legal clinics between October 2004 and June 2005, 1607 (22%) were civil law cases, 1049 students and 147 teachers worked in the clinics. This means that 1 teacher supervised the work of 7 students and 7 cases were solved by one student.

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