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Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic - FWELC

Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic
The Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic is an initiative of students and staff of the Amsterdam Law School and provides legal services on all questions related to social rights, labour exploitation and equality law.
Programme Fair Work and Equality Clinic
In the Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic, the students will acquire knowledge to be able to build up a decent work case (dealing with labour explotation, unfair or unequal treatment), in which both international and national labour law and several legal doctrines are applied with the aim to remedy violations of fundamental labour rights.
Legal services for clients
The Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic provides legal advice to a variety of organizations on discrete questions of labour law and equality law. The Clinic generally requires fees for service, depending on the complexity of the case, costs are relatively low. In cases where the clients are of little means we can waive the fee.
Apply for this year
Are you a student interested in working on a real case? Apply for the Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic. Clinic students are chosen through a selection process. Registration at SIS is not necessary but it is recommended to register for an alternative course in case you are not selected.
About us
The Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic is an initiative of students and staff of the Amsterdam Law School of the University of Amsterdam. This clinic is part of the Experiental Education programme Amsterdam Law Practice in which students apply their knowledge of the law to questions from actual practice.
Contact
For more information on the Fair Work and Equality Law Clinic, please contact the Director of the Clinic, Dr. Nuria Ramos Martin.