INHURED’S LEGAL CLINIC
Our legal clinic, a practice based division offers legal aid and assistance that provide hands-on solutions by lawyers and non-lawyers on practical ethical dimensions of the law that deals with the overall issues of vulnerable people affected by it. Categorically, it provides a lawful treatment to the challenges concerning to forced migration, human rights violation and domestic violence issues.
WHY LEGAL CLINIC?
Legal aid is a tool for accessing justice for those who cannot afford legal service on their own. The Nepalese judicial system has agreed the notion of providing legal aid to poor, marginalized and deprived people since 1970’s. Nepal where about one third of the total population lives below the poverty line, the role and importance of legal clinic via legal aid is extremely noticeable.
The objective of establishing legal clinic is to provide pro-bono legal support and protect legally vulnerable people residing in Nepal. In our legal clinic we are available to forced migrants, issues relating to violence against women and many other contemporary problems aiming to hear their stories and problems in order to facilitate them with feasible solutions. For this, we will first conduct the fact findings followed by documentation of cases and then provide remedies through various administrative, judicial and quasi- judicial institutions including National Human Rights Commission.
WHICH DAYS AND TIME WE CAN BE CONTACTED?
We suggest you to make an appointment by dialing us at 015010536 (8011) or email email@example.com.
- We are open for legal clinic every Tuesday and Thursday from 3-5 PM