The Legal Clinics provide the students with practical experience, combined with theoretical background. The clinics are held as a year-long course, and entitle participants to receive study credits. Participants deal with the following issues:
1. Legal Assistance and Practice: Students work in community centers which assist those of limited means. Assistance is given in civil law issues such as contracts and small claims.
2. Enforcement of Debts: Students work in Execution of Judgments Office, assisting both debtors and judgment creditors.
3. Assistance to Bereaved Families, Disabled Veterans and Victims of Hostilities: Students collaborating with relevant aid organizations, assisting those seeking legal information and help.
4. The Rights of Persons with Special Needs: Students assist persons with special needs in a variety of fields including welfare, health, education, national insurance, housing, accessibility, etc.
5. Environmental Law: Students collaborate with environmental organizations and legal divisions of local authorities.
7. The Hotline for Governmental Integrity: Students deal with information received from the public regarding allegations of governmental corruption and improper administration.
8.Representation of Criminal Defendants, Suspects & Prisoners: Students collaborate with the Public Defender’s Office, taking part in court sessions, jail visits etc.
9. Urban Renewal Clinic: Enables the students to thoroughly study and apply the Urban Renewal Plan 38 on reinforcement and reconstruction.
10. Assistance to Victims of Sexual crimes: This clinic comprises of a thorough study of the theory and practice of sexual assault and its implications.