The Law Clinic works with partner agencies to ensure that the local community's full range of needs is met.
The Criminal Convictions Unit began life as Scotland’s first campus-based Innocence Project, set up in 2007-08 by Dr. Eamonn O’Neill, Director of the MSc. in Investigative Journalism at Strathclyde. The University of Strathclyde Law Clinic works in partnership with the Miscarriages of Justice Organisation (MOJO) to investigate potential miscarriages of justice. This collaboration provides thorough … Continue reading Criminal Convictions Unit
The Scottish University Law Clinic Network (SULCN) is an initiative that brings together, and raises awareness of, student law clinics in Scotland. These law clinics aim to address access to justice problems across society in a variety of ways, including: public legal education, to allow people to recognise when they have a problem with a … Continue reading The Scottish University Law Clinic Network (SULCN)
The Scottish Women’s Rights Centre (SWRC) was launched on 22 April 2015 to ensure that women in Scotland who have or are experiencing gender based violence are able to access timely and appropriate legal advice and information.
TAP is collaborating closely with the Refugee Survival Trust (RST) on the Breathing Space Project to assist asylum seekers who have exhausted all rights of appeal. TAP also provides free, specialist immigration advice at the Initial Advice Clinics (IACs).