CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION MOVEMENT IN NIGERIA. ODI LAGI, SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER NETWORK OF UNIVERSITY LEGAL AID INSTITUTIONS, (NULAI) NIGERIA. History. Participation at the 1 st All Africa Clinical Legal Education Colloquium in Durban June, 2003
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ODI LAGI, SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER
NETWORK OF UNIVERSITY LEGAL AID INSTITUTIONS, (NULAI) NIGERIA
1. To generate sufficient interest in the legal education sector to encourage universities and law schools to set up law clinics; and reform legal education.
2.To Provide –a. technical and institutional support to university/law school law clinics. b. a medium for exchange of ideas and peer review among law clinics. c. a link between and among law clinics and relevant institutions in Nigeria and similar organizations. d. access to training for law teachers.
3. To Assist law clinics to develop and sustain human rights based programmes such as human rights education, legal aid and access to justice that impacts on community development.
4. To Promote a culture of public/community service in budding lawyers.
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