Clinical Programme and Specialist Clinics

Human Rights Clinic


This clinic’s vision is to train and sensitise the law students to educate the public on human rights issues, and be equipped to promote respect for fundamental human rights and freedoms and work for social justice.

The main objective of the Clinic is to inform the average person about their human rights and how these rights can be enforced.

This Clinic is conducted by Mr. Jason Nathu, a Tutor in the Legal Aid Clinic at the Hugh Wooding Law School, in either the First or Second Term of the academic year.


  • Maximum of 16 students;
  • Prompt attendance at all sessions;
  • Expected to participate in activities outside of the law school

Further information about the Human Rights Law Clinic is available on the Clinic’s website at