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Hebron University Legal Clinics

Hebron, State of Palestine
Joined September 2016
Presence in: State of Palestine
Focus: Generalist Legal Services, Other

The Legal Clinic opened its offices at Hebron University campus in September 2011. In August 2013, the Clinic was integrated within the law school. The Clinic currently enjoys a strong reputation not only in the Hebron district, but also at the national, regional and global levels. The Clinic, like most legal clinics around the world, seeks to build the capacity of its students to practice law by applying their knowledge of legal theory in the provision of legal aid to community members. Through the Clinic, law students provide pro bono legal assistance to certain marginalized groups. The Clinic has become the hub for legal information, training and rights activism at Hebron University and has given law students the opportunity to extend the application of their legal skills into law reform, research, advocacy, and to develop their public speaking skills through community legal education

People Associated With This Organization

Hendam Rjoub

State of Palestine  
Hebron University Legal Clinics
Joined September 2016
Interests: Other
Master in Law (LLM) (Candidate) August 2016
Birzeit University, Ramallah, Palestine
(Note: This LLM included two-year course

Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (grade: very good) January 2012
Hebron University, Hebron, Palestine

Courses included: International law, human rights, humanitarian law, international organizations, constitutional law, administrative law, civil law, contacts law, commercial law, companies, banking law, personal status law, criminal law, civil procedures law, criminal procedures law, Islamic law, and comparative law

High School Certificate (grade: distinction) July 2006
Majed Abusharar High School, Dura, Hebron


Coordinator February 2012- present
Legal Clinic, Hebron University, Hebron

Project funded by Human Rights and Good Governance Programme, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); and the Rule of Law Program, United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

 Contribute to implementation of various legal clinic activities, specially providing legal advices and supervise the training of students.

 Assist in providing pro-bono legal advices and in handling individual cases.

 Supervise the work of a number of volunteers working at the clinic.

 Management tasks: preparing reports and other types of documents.

 Training: facilitation, implementation.

 Planning and organizing conferences, workshops, training courses, moot courts, and symposia.

 Coordinating with variety of stakeholders (governmental and international institution, NGOs, law professors and experts, universities, Bar Association and lawyers).

 Conduct academic and practical legal research & Preparation of academic assessment reports.
 Coordinate training courses, conferences, workshops, seminars.

 Organize outreach activities with universities, the media and community centers.

 Supervise the work of a number of volunteers working at the clinic.

 Lead the publication of a monthly newsletter.

 Act as a teaching assistant to law professors, provide guidance to law students:

Legal Clinic Instructor & Assist to establishment Specific Clinics, Hebron University Legal Clinic: (International Human Rights Clinic, Women Clinic, Juvenile Clinic); Founder International Refugee Clinic;

Teaching Assistant and Researcher, College of Law & Political Science in Hebron University: (practical training Course, international refugee law, international human rights law, public international law, international organizations & United Nations system, constitutional law, women and juvenile justice).
Hendam Rjoub is the network champion (main point of contact) for Hebron University Legal Clinics.

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