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Clinic Projects

The Gender Justice Clinic provides legal services to victims of gender-based violence and discrimination, as well as to organizations working on related issues.  Under faculty supervision, student attorneys have provided legal advice and representation to individuals, litigated cases before international human rights bodies, drafted legislation and legal guides, participated in community education initiatives, and engaged in other forms of advocacy designed to advance gender justice. Below are some examples of recent Gender Justice Clinic projects.

Legal Assistance 

  • Legal assistance and representation to local survivors of gender-based violence and discrimination

 Legislative Advocacy and Community Engagement

International and Foreign Litigation

Advocacy before International Human Rights Bodies 

Practice Manuals

Fact-finding and Reporting

Community Education

*Several of these projects were undertaken by Cornell's International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC), in collaboration with Cornell's Center for Women and Justice, prior to the establishment of the Gender Justice Clinic in fall 2014.  For descriptions of earlier Center/IHRC projects, please click here.

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