To enhance and activate the legal clinic, Dijlah University College offers free legal services

As part of Dijlah University College's duties to the community, the College Council decided to set up a legal consulting team to provide free legal advice to the poor and the abstinent people who cannot pay the fees of lawyers. The team is under the supervision of qualified lawyers who are practicing law in the law department Dr. Yassin Karim Mohamed, Dr. Thamer Najm Abdullah, and Asst. lecturer Mustafa Razzak Hussein. The College has given its distinguished students of the fourth stage the opportunity to provide legal advice to the needs of citizens to enhance the students' contact in the practical life and experience the practical side of the law and develop their skills as well as receive training on how to meet clients and provide advice, Case studies, drafting legal arguments and writing legal memoranda.

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