Two practices converge in the legal clinics: instruction in professional attorneys’ practices and concrete legal actions. The clinics prioritize student participation in all instances in which they can be incorporated. Coordinated by legal professionals, students join work on cases that CELS is litigating, participate in discussions regarding how to approach problems of public interest through litigation, and respond to legal consultations and complaints that reach our organization.
UBA-CELS Human rights legal clinic
This clinic is specially focused on human rights. It takes queries and provides free legal advice on problems affecting people deprived of their liberty, on mental health and disabled healthcare users’ rights and on access to justice, among others.
Consultations: Tuesday and Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. at CELS’ offices: Piedras 547, 1st floor, Capital Federal. We recommend scheduling in advance by telephone at (5411) 4334-4200.
Those people who cannot visit CELS in person can make their query by telephone on Tuesdays and Fridays from 4 to 6 p.m., send an email to email@example.com, or send a letter to Piedras 547, piso 1, C1070AAJ.
Clinic on refugees and migrants
This clinic takes queries and provides free legal advice on migration procedures and/or asylum requests and in cases of violation or deprivation of rights due to migration or refugee status. The clinic also carries out training activities for other organizations and in neighborhoods with large migrant populations.
Consultations: Mondays and Thursdays from 4 to 6 p.m. at the offices of CAREF, Juan Bautista Alberdi 2236/40. We recommend you request an appointment in advance by calling (5411) 4613-6162/4992.
An appointment is not required in urgent situations (deportations, health-related cases, expiring deadlines or other contingencies).