The adoption of the legal clinic mode of study at the level of ESAMI-trapca’s advanced courses came in 2018 by recommendation of the Academic Advisory Council (AAC). The Centre had for the first time the legal clinic independently delivered in 2019. ESAMI-trapca realises that research is essential for decision-making and driving key operational tasks for all types of organizations. To enhance the research skills of our students, through these legal clinics students conduct qualitative and quantitative research using the tradelab clinic mechanism. The legal clinics and practica are composed of small groups of highly qualified and carefully selected students who work on specific legal questions posed by beneficiaries. The students work in groups under the close supervision of one or more Professors (Academic Supervisors) and are also teamed up with experts (Mentors) from law firms, national or international organisations or academia, who lend their knowledge, time, and feedback to the students, pro bono.
All projects prepared and published under ESAMI-trapca, Tradelab law clinics and practice are done on a pro bono basis by students for research purposes only. The projects are pedagogical exercises to train students in the practice of international economic law, and they do not reflect the opinions of ESAMI-trapca, Tradelab and/or the academic institutions affiliated with Tradelab. The projects do not in any way constitute legal advice and do not, in any manner, create an attorney-client relationship. The project cannot, in any way, and at any time, bind, or lead to any form of liability or responsibility for the clinic participants, ESAMI-trapca, or Tradelab.