Sample Handbook for Street Law Clinic
AbstractThe following handbook was designed for the United Nations Development Programme Access to Justice Initiative, Afghanistan, 2017. It is reproduced here with the kind permission of the author, Dr Richard Grimes, as a potential resource for others who are encouraged to adopt or adapt it to meet their own needs. Please note that this handbook includes references to the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s Code of Conduct (applicable in England and Wales) which applied at the time this handbook was developed. Adaptations would be required to take account of the current, updated conduct rules. In jurisdictions other than England and Wales those using this handbook should include reference to any relevant and applicable code of conduct or regulations.
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