The legal Clinic at Applied Sciences University in the Kingdom of Bahrain focuses on providing various services such as lectures, workshops, training programmes, community engagement, field visits and meetings. It also provides students with practical skills, organizes moot courts, and enhances students’ skills in scientific research and other skills to prepare them for the labour market.
The Legal Clinic of Law College aspires to have an effective role in enhancing the ability to practice various legal jobs, and the legal profession in particular, by focusing on interactive teaching methods to make law students qualified for the labour market after graduation. The Clinic also trains students to integrate locally to serve the community and spread the legal culture among its members.
The Legal Clinic seeks to enhance the practical skills of law students to enter the labour market with adequate and appropriate abilities by providing them with real-life work experience and combining practical and theoretical legal practice in a real environment, developing teaching mechanisms and empowering our students to be in charge of an active role in the learning process.
Clinic Director’s Word
The existence of the legal Clinic in the College of Law represents a qualitative change towards the promotion of applied legal education, students’ connection with practical life, engagement in practical aspects of law, and development of their practical skills. This is achieved by working in the Clinic on the diversity of expertise and distribution of tasks by addressing topics covering various legal aspects in a way that is as far away from the theoretical aspect of the law study as possible. Thus, those topics are being addressed by specialized lawyers and legal experts in the relevant fields, and thus form the link between the legal sciences in both their theoretical and applied aspects.