The clinic is structured around the following teachings :
- A Legal Listening and Information Service (SEIJ)
Supervised by reference research teachers, student groups receive and inform people with legal difficulties about their rights and obligations.
The legal answers of the students are validated by the referees before being transmitted to the beneficiaries.
- Training Workshops (AF)
- Clinical Education Student Training Workshop (AFEC)
Students admitted to the law clinic receive training to participate in the SEIJ and other activities of the law clinic.
- Clinical Case Study Workshop (AECC)
The group of students in charge of a clinical case takes up the file and deepens it with the guidance of a referral teacher.
- Workshop for The Prospecting of Memory and/or Research Topics (APTMR)
Based on the interests of a clinical case, students supervised by a referent identify their subject of memory and/or research.
- A law and society workshop (ADS)
Led by research teachers, a group of students conducts research on a social theme each academic year.
Targeting a specific audience, students conduct socio-legal surveys to show the interaction between law and society.